Brittany Chavez – MFA Exhibition December 12, 2019

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Museum Conservation Students Receive Candis Stern Scholarship

The Candis Stern Scholarship is dedicated towards awarding students for their work in the Museum Conservation program directed by Dr. Silvia Marinas -Feliner.

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Art Faculty Presentations – Research and Creativity Week!

Join the Art Department for Art Faculty Contributed Talks in the Corbet Center Ballroom (Middle) 11/14 from 4:00-5:30pm. Session chaired by Art Department Head Julia Barello. Featuring presentations by Brita d’Agostino Assistant Professor of Graphic Design, Motoko Furuhashi Associate Professor of Metalsmithing and Jewelry, and Margaret Goehring, Associate Professor of Art History.

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“REDEUX”: MFA Student Exhibition

As part of the NMSU Research and Creativity week, our MFA students and members of our faculty will be exhibiting work or giving presentations. REDEUX will be featured in the Bridge Gallery, in the new Devasthali Hall. We will be having an opening reception for the MFA students exhibiting their work at 4:30 pm. We…
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Visiting Artist, Jess Tolbert 11.13

10am DEV Hall (Art Building), room 106 Collection Study Room Jess Tolbert received her MFA from University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and a BFA from Texas State University, San Marcos. Her recent work reconsiders and reimagines the materials and products of mass production as raw material, transforming them into wearable objects that investigate the merits of…
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Mariah Morell at Art Obscura 11.9.20

Mariah Morell received her BFA in 2016 and has been actively showing her work. From her website: My work is about the excess and exuberance of youth. Using excessive mark making to convey the subject of youth and exuberance. Specifically relating to the younger generations voice and how people transform over time and grow out…
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Frank Meuschke’s Exhibit “Invisible Present”

Frank Meuschke received his MFA from NMSU’s Department of Art in 2000. From here, he went to Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture for an artist residency program and upon completion, soon became their Dean from 2001-2003. He has had numerous exhibitions, residencies and teaching appointments. Frank is currently the resident artist at the Cedar…
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Alumna Olivia Baker exhibition!

Congratulations to Alumna Olivia Baker (BFA ’15)!  Her work will be displayed at Flourish Aveda Wellness Art Gallery in Colorado Nov. 9-30, 2019.

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Assoc. Prof. Motoko Furuhashi’s Artwork Represented in the 2019 Beijing International Jewelry Show

Models on the catwalk showing off the jewelry made by artists whose work was accepted into the 2019 Beijing International Jewelry Exhibition. Congratulations Motoko!

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Former Artist-in-Resident, Marina Shaltout’s New Work at U of Arizona

Marina Shaltout is currently an MFA candidate at the University of Arizona’s, School of Art where her focus is on 3D + Extended Media. Snake Woman (see gallery) is her recent installation. Marina was a former artist-in-resident in the NMSU Department of Art, working primarily in the metals/jewelry area. In June, 2020, look forward to…
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