New Mexico A-i-R: Curated Conversations

Millicent Rogers Museum - Online
Thursday, December 9, 2021 & Thursday, January 20, 2022
6:00pm - 7:00pm

We're honored to showcase 10 Native American artists in this exhibition as a collaboration with the Institute of American Indian Arts Artist-in-Residence program. This group of artists is based in New Mexico and works across media—in photography, hand-cut paper, printmaking, painting, glass, beadwork, porcelain, local clay, as well as high fashion jewelry and apparel. We invite you to visit this exhibition and journey with these makers in their expressions that reflect vast webs of relationships in connection to places of home.

December 9: “At Home & Beyond: Art Practices & Visual Languages in Local & Global Currents”
This virtual panel focuses on the dynamics between the local and global contexts of these two artists’ practices in relationship to their work in abstract and representational visual languages.

Register by Dec. 7

January 20: “Strike a Pose: Fashion as an Artistic Framework”
This virtual panel takes fashion as its focus and closely considers its role as a framework for artistic production for these three artists based in Santa Fe. The featured artists work in textiles, found materials, wood, metals, and photography, and this discussion will explore the ways that fashion influences their medium, composition, and artistic genre.

Register by Jan. 18

To register and learn more, please click HERE.