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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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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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Visiting Artist Lecture with Justin Groth, 10.18.20

Notice the place and time are different than the usual time and place. Justin will be in the Ceramics Studio, Room 122 in Devasthali Hall at 12 noon.

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Pop Up Art Show Creates a Bridge in “Challenging the Traditional View”

Karen Conley, recent alumna from NMSU’s BFA program, took on the charge along with the help of artist friends, Roy van Der Aa, Tiffany Figuero and a few others to organize a recent pop up exhibit, “Challenging the Traditional Viewpoint”. Two art supporters and members of the Las Cruces Community Partners, Bob Pofahl and Steve…
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Eric LoPresti’s Exhibit, SUPERBLOOM Opens at the UAG 10.4.18

Eric LoPrestri is with us from New York City for the next several days. Tomorrow, his exhibit SUPERBLOOM will open up at 5:30 for the reception going until 7:30. Friday afternoon at 5:30, Eric is making himself available to visitors for personal walk throughs of his exhibit. A great opportunity to meet him in person,…
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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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Artist Lecture Two For One: Arkley and Alpert

The Department of Art presents the last lecture of our Visiting Artists and Scholars Lecture Series for this academic year.  Please join us on 4.19.18 to hear them talk about their work and maybe they will talk about their artist residency in Roswell, NM.    

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Juried Student Show Opens Tonight!

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