Museum of Indian Arts and Culture | Apr 9, 2008
Spider Woman's (Na ashje'ii 'Asdzáá) Gift: Navajo Weaving Traditions, a long-term exhibition, features weavings from the 1850s through the 1890s - the Classic and Transitional periods.
New Mexico Museum of Art | Apr 8, 2008
In Tuff Stuff, four New Mexican artists, Dunham Aurelius, Mike Diaz, Harmony Hammond, and Jack Slentz present work that challenges notions of beauty associated with typical understandings of sensitivity, grace, and harmony.
El Palacio Magazine | Mar 27, 2008
Counter Culture Movement in New Mexico Documented in Recent Issue of El Palacio Santa Fe, NM (WebPR, March 27, 2008)—The Counter Culture of the 1960s in New Mexico is documented in the pages of the most recent edition of the quarterly publication ...
Museum of International Folk Art | Jan 1, 2008
Gee's Bend Quilts and Beyond takes an in-depth look at the creative vision of a master quilt-maker, Mary Lee Bendolph, and the intersecting artistic worlds in which she participates.
New Mexico Museum of Art | Nov 6, 2007
Flower Power: A Subversive Botanical will examine anti-war sentiments, anti-establishment demands, class realignments, gender divisions, and utopian desires associated with the single petal, daisy flower that was an icon of the 1960s.