Congrats to: Alisha N. Porter, Kiana Pinter, Emilio Grijalva

Alisha N. Porter, recent 2020 NMSU graduate, has wasted no time Blazing their own trail! Since graduating last spring Alisha has been included in two exhibitions! “Material Identity”at Loveland Center for Contemporary Art in Loveland CO, and “Living Mark” at Verum Ultimum Gallery in Portland OR. Also! Alicia was chosen to be a Resident Artist at…
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NMSU Art Museum director joins statewide panel to discuss importance of supporting feminist artists

New Mexico State University Art Museum director Marisa Sage will join a statewide panel discussion hosted by 516 ARTS focusing on the importance of curating feminist artwork. 516 ARTS is a non-collecting, contemporary art museum located in Albuquerque. See the full article here by Amanda Adame here.

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Dylan Overheim – Exhibition at Art Obscura

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NMSU Art Museum Reopening – Sat Sept 19!

NMSU Art Museum is reopening Saturday, September 19! Visit their website to reserve tickets today. In compliance with all state guidance and policies, visitors will be able to return to view the current exhibition, which has been extended until December 6, 2020.The museum will run a timed entry system, allowing up to ten people to…
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MFA Candidate, Alex Nipper Receives Scholarships for 2020-2021

Congratulations go out to Alex Nipper, who will be finishing up his last year of the MFA 3-yr. studio program. He was just recently notified he’ll be starting the year with a welcoming news, receiving the Vivien B. Head Scholarship and the the College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Graduate Award. Alex’s work is available…
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Exhibition: Afterimage Anxiety: Joshua Rose

Exhibition begins: Friday, July 10, 2020 Exhibition ends: Saturday, February 6, 2021 Venue: Mezzanine Gallery, Turchin Center for the Visual Arts “Perhaps I am just in awe of everything when I settle down to really look at things.” Joshua Rose From, Turchin Center for Visual Arts website. Click here more info.

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Exhibition: Rain and the River: Jacklyn St. Aubyn

Painter Jacklyn St. Aubyn creates a magical space in which things aren’t what they appear to be. First perceptions may be misleading. She has landscapes and interiors in mind as she works, but not in the realistic sense; rather, she conjures imaginary spaces that defy logic. She muses: “It is the narrow region between what…
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Museum Conservation Student, Symphony Scott Receives National Scholarship for 2021

When I changed my major and began taking classes for Art Conservation, a whole new view for my life opened up for me. Symphony Scott Symphony Scott is an outstanding senior in the Department of Art’s Museum Conservation program, where she has found a degree matching her love of art and the hard sciences directed…
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Presenting Bachelor of Fine Art Graduating Seniors: Shaunia Grant, Katelyn LaPage, Olivia Lemmons, Alexxis Ortiz and Jose A. Suarez

The five artists forming the spring 2020 BFA cohort at New Mexico State University each engage in research examining their understanding of themselves within a complex world; made all the more convoluted by the incursion of COVID-19 into their practice. United in their clarity and commitment that saw them through the completion and documentation of their…
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Art Students design for virtual URCAS!

This year’s Undergraduate Research Creative Arts Symposium (URCAS) went virtual! Read about the Student Art Team’s contribution to this event hosted by the Honors college: Once more, the Advanced Graphic Design class has been given the opportunity to construct the brand for URCAS 2020. The class was divided into two teams, each given the task…
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