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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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Perimeter wall to the sculpture yard comes down.
Thursday we have our first artist talk of the semester with Cathy Lee Crane, a video artist and performer who has Guggenhiem Fellowship on her resume along with several other prestigious honors and awards. Her talk begins at 5:30 on March 1st in the Center for Theatre Arts (take note, not the usual place)….
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Architect, Christophe Zeller (left) with Dept. of Art Head, Julia Barello (center) and MFA Candidate, Jeff Erwin (right) Members from the Art in Public Places Committee announced their final selection for the Hardman and Jacobs Undergraduate Learning Center Commission. In a meeting last Friday, Nov. 3, 2017, the chosen artwork from a highly competitive field…
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While working on one of New York City’s conservation projects, the Washington Square Arch, Elena Mars was captured working alongside another intern during their conservation of this monument. Miss Mars received an internship in New York City’s Parks Department Citywide Monument Conservation Program where they manage over 500 sites under Director, John Saunders. The Department…
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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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THANK YOU FOR GIVING TUESDAY AND THE DEVASTHALI CHALLENGE!!! Dr. Rama and Ammu Devasthali, seen on the far right, have contributed $250,000 to D. W. Williams Hall for equipment for the new art department building. As part of Giving Tuesday at NMSU, the Devasthali’s set up a challenge to match their contribution dollar for dollar….
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