Places of Memory, pairs members of two Indigenous women-led organizations: Tewa Women United/TWU (Española, New Mexico) and the National Association of the Families of the Abducted, Detained, and Disappeared of Peru/ANFASEP (Ayacucho, Peru) to explore the culturally specific ways they use art to heal community and individual trauma. Street Art and Activism, is a convening of muralists, printers, and painters whose work engages contemporary social issues with a focus on public visibility. Rivers of Plastic brings together sculptors Aymar Ccopacatty (Aymara) and Nora Naranjo Morse (Santa Clara), who both see their home landscapes being transformed by plastic waste and use sculpture to open conversations about this intrusive and persistent material.
Throughout the course of the exhibition, Alas de Agua Art Collective will be creating a mural inside the museum.
Street Art and Activism-https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-Dx1Qh-1ten9QWx7L53sCz6j1y98nlV4
Creating in Plastic Land program-https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-Dx1Qh-1temOpmoi1Ju1Mn8dhlLCtX_J
Build those walls we come from the stars-https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-Dx1Qh-1tekHONOtkeBpFOMfohWQWHgE
Fronteras y Semillas: Making a Mural-https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-Dx1Qh-1temJF61__tIZelgSyaSc70Yq
Unnatural Resources Indigenous artists from the two different hemispheres talk trash—and discuss the vital alchemies of their art-making-http://www.elpalacio.org/2018/06/unnatural-resources/
Neon Signs of Life Taking art from–and to–the streets-http://www.elpalacio.org/2018/06/neon-signs-of-life/
Opening the Doors to Closure This second article in the Project Indigene series focuses on Edilberto Jiménez Quispe, and one of his most significant works-http://www.elpalacio.org/2018/03/opening-the-doors-to-closure/
For more information, contact Amy Groleau at (505) 476-1223 or firstname.lastname@example.org