Albuquerque Museum Exhibit American Jewelry in New Mexico includes Metalsmithing and Jewelry Professors, Julia Barello and Motoko Furuhashi

American Jewelry From New Mexico  Both of our department’s Metalsmithing and Jewelry Professors, Julia Barello and Motoko Furahashi have been included in a large survey representing the history of jewelry as well as contemporary artists working in this discipline in New Mexico at the Albuquerque Museum. This video, Alchemy of Jewelry Gallery, produced for the exhibit, American…
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Fulbright Professor Rachel Stevens Lecture

Returning from a Fulbright in Ukraine, Professor Rachel Stevens will share her research, journey, and the three projects that explored different elements of Lviv, Ukrain’s Jewish heritage. From January-June of 2018, Rachel Stevens lived in Lviv, Ukraine and focused her research and creation on Lviv’s former Jewish community, which once exceeded 160,000 people, but was destroyed during the Nazi occupation…
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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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Open Lab Hours for Mac Lab

Hours available to students for Mac Lab located in the Dept. of Art annex, room 106A.

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Art Students Receive Vivien B. Head Scholarship

This scholarship is available to students in the Music, Theater and Art Departments. This year the Department of Art is proud to announce two of our students, Katherine Chudy, a third year graduate student and Angelica Jones, an undergraduate student, have been awarded just over $4,700 each for the upcoming academic year. To apply for…
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Dr. Margaret Goehring Publishes Article, “Painted Ambitions: The Masonic Murals in the Elisha Gilbert House”

Associate Professor of Art History, Margaret Goehring, has published her article—“Painted Ambitions: The Masonic Murals in the Elisha Gilbert House” in the current issue of Journal of Research into Freemasonry and Fraternalism, pp. 148-195  ( https://doi.org/10.1558/jrff.27087)

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MA Alum, Haley Luster

Congratulations to recent alum, Haley Luster (MA ’17) in her new position as Museum technician and conservator at the New Mexico History Museum in Santa Fe!

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Alum Designs Electronic Caregiver Logo

  Audra Lamoreaux is an employee of SameDay Security, the parent company for Electronic Caregiver. Audra had an opportunity to put her graphic design skills to practice in her field when asked to give the company’s logo an update.  Here’s Audra had to say when I asked her about the opportunity: “At the time I…
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Alumni, Cody Jimenez chosen for Mexicanx Initiative, WorldCon 76

BFA Alumni, Cody Jimenez was invited by John Picacio to attend WorldCon 76 in San Jose this August 16-20. He is the first Mexican Guest of Honor and set up the MexicanX initiative to fund memberships for 50 Mexican creative people who are fans of sci-fi and fantasy. Cody was quoted as saying, “There are…
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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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