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Fulbright Recipient, Rachel Stevens’s “A Key to the City”

Rachel Stevens A Key to the City The Center for Urban History of East Central Europe http://www.lvivcenter.org/en/exhibitions/historical/180-2018-05-24-key-to-the-city/ A Key to the City – lvivcenter.org www.lvivcenter.org On May 24, 2018, we would like to invite you to the opening of the exhibition by Rachel Stevens “A Key to the City: Three Ways of Visualizing Jewish Heritage…
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“American Jewelry From New Mexico” presents 2,500 years of Jewelry History

Our Department of Art’s Metal/Jewelry Professors, Julia Barello and Motoko Furuhashi are two of the 300 artists from five cultures to present their work as part of an exhibit, American Jewelry from new Mexico that focuses on 2,500 years of jewelry history. The show opened up on June 2nd and runs through the middle of…
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Professor Craig Cully’s Exhibit “NOURSHing”

Professor Cully’s recent research has culminated in an exhibit opening on May 22nd in the Joseph Gross Gallery in the University of Arizona’s College of Fine Arts.  If you are traveling in the area, Craig invites you to stop by and see his exhibit. 

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Fulbright Scholar, Professor Rachel Stevens in Ukraine for the Spring 2018

Sculptor Professor Rachel Stevens has just arrived in Lviv, Ukraine where she will conducting research during her second experience as a Fulbright Scholar. The title of her research is the “Forest Grows in the Synagogue: Reimagining the Galician Landscape Through Sculpture”. In western Ukraine few obvious features of Galicia’s Jewish culture remain, as the Holocaust…
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Metals/Jewelry Art Professor, Motoko Furahashi at Upcoming SOFA Chicago

NMSU Art Metals’ Profesor Motoko Furuhashi will be presenting her work and lecture at SOFA Chicago. Her Lecture will be presented on Friday, November 3 from 8:30 to 9:30am as a part of SNAG emerging Artists, and her work will be presented by Charon Kransen Arts between November 2 to 5th. http://www.sofaexpo.com/

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Bree Lamb

Bree Lamb, our visiting professor in photo is having a workshop.   DACC East Mesa Campus Digital Media Building Room 101 Tuesday 3/14 – 6-9PM Thursday 3/16 – 6-9PM Saturday  3/18 – 9-330PM 1 credit class CRN #35033 CMT 276 – Lightroom In this 3-day workshop, we will make a thorough examination into all aspects…
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Michele Abeles

Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Michele Abeles Michele Abeles received an MFA in photography from Yale University. Her work will be on view at the 12th Biennale de Lyon and the Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel and has been featured in exhibitions includes: Sculpture Center; White Columns; and MoMA PS1, in New York. Lecture: 5:30 PM Tuesday,March 14,…
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Faculty Exhibition – “Impermanent Topography”

Impermanent Topography, Department of Art faculty exhibition, opened up to the public on January 17th and will be on exhibit through February 9, 2017.  Included in the show: Julia Barello, Tauna Cole, Craig Cully, Jessika Edgar, Motoko Furuhashi, Richard Hesketh, Wes Kline, Adam Labe, Bree Lamb, Jacob Munoz and Rachel Stevens. This is an opportunity for…
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Spring 2017 Visiting Artist Lecture Series

Department of Art at New Mexico State University is please to announce our up coming visiting artist in Spring 2017! Michelle Abeles (http://47canal.us/main.php?1=ma&2=pics) Lecture on Tuesday, March 14, 2017, 5:30pm, Location TBA Workshop on Wednesday, March 15, 2017, 11:30-2:00pm, D.W.Williams Hall Annex Room 118 Steven Randall (http://www.stevenrandallstudio.com/) Lecture on Tuesday, March 28, 5:30pm, Location TBA Shanti…
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Hrag Vartanian

Visiting Artist: Hrag Vartanian Talk: Tuesday, Nov. 1, 6 p.m. NMSU, HSS Auditorium, Room 101 Free admission Workshop: Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2-4 p.m. NMSU, D.W. Williams Hall, Room 219 Free admission Please join the Department of Art for a rare opportunity to attend an engaging talk and/or participate in a workshop held by writer and curator Hrag Vartanian, editor-in-chief and co-founder of Hyperallergic, an renowned online publication created in response to the…
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