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Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

“Re-Mix Culture” course receives funding from US Embassy in Mexico

“Re-Mix Culture” is a joint project of Szu-Han Ho (UNM) and Gabriela Durán Barraza at Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez (UACJ). Throughout the semester, students at UNM and UACJ will communicate and collaborate to produce two public performance events involving large-scale video projection: once in Ciudad Juárez and once in Albuquerque. In this course we will examine the concept of the remix as a framework for the understanding and production of contemporary culture. In music, the remix can shift a song from one context to another; in visual culture, the concept can be useful for exploring appropriation, collage, hybridity, and fragmentation, as these techniques apply to mass media, “high art,” and everything in between. “Re-Mix Culture” has received $12,500 in support from the US Embassy in Mexico, UNM College of Fine Arts, UACJ Department of Visual Arts, and the UNM Teaching Allocation Grant.


Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

Rashaad Newsome : Jan 29 // 5:30pm // Hibben Center 105

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Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

[unmartandecology] Irvin Morazan : Oct 23 // 5:30pm // Hibben Center 105


Visiting Artist Irvin Morazan comes to UNM for Gale Memorial Lecture Series: “The Politics of Performance”


Saturday, August 23rd, 2014

[unmartandecology] 2014 Land Arts of the American West // Watershed



Land Arts of the American West (LAAW) program at University of New Mexico
is going into its 15th year of programming, providing students with unique
opportunities to experiment within a field-based artistic practice, while
being embedded in place/s of the American Southwest.

The Fall 2014 LAAW field itinerary will explore the topic of Watershed,
including investigations of water relations in the Southwest and a
collaborative field-based project with ecological restoration expert, Joel
Glanzberg. Students will travel and camp throughout the Rio Grande
Watershed, from its headwaters to the US/Mexico Border, explore Gila River
riparian ecology, and spend time with the Dixon Water Foundation in the
Marfa Basin.

During the semester, students conduct research, engage in field
investigations, undertake creative artistic projects, and complete a final
exhibition of their works.

Itinerary

Field #1 Journey
August 25 – 27 – Valle de Oro, Albuquerque, New Mexico
August 28 – Sept 1 – Rio Grande Headwaters, Colorado
September 2 – 3 – Chaco Canyon, New Mexico
September 4 – 7 – El Vado Dam/Lake, New Mexico

Field #2 Journey
September 15 – 19 – Gila, Turkey Springs, New Mexico
September 20 – 22 – Elephant Butte and Bosque del Apache Wildlife Refuge,
New Mexico September 23 – 27 – Valle de Oro, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Field #3 Journey
October 13 – 15 – Rio Grande Border, El Paso/Juarez, Texas
October 16 – 19 – Indio Mountain Research Station, Texas
October 20 – 24 – Dixon Water Foundation, Marfa, Texas

December 1 – December 12 – Land Arts of the American West Exhibition

See LAAW 2013 Highlights for
projects, investigations, and final exhibition from 2013


Saturday, March 22nd, 2014

Creating Change in Barelas / Albuquerque, NM

Students of the Creating Change course (co-taught by Catherine Harris, Szu-Han Ho, and Andrea Polli) are working in the Barelas neighborhood of Albuquerque from Feb 27-Apr 7, 2014 to produce collaborative projects with the following organizations: Working Classroom, Barelas Senior Center, Encuentro, and the Market Railyard!


Saturday, March 22nd, 2014

Creating Change goes to Marfa, TX

Students of the “Creating Change” course (co-taught by Catherine Harris, Szu-Han Ho, and Andrea Polli) will travel to Marfa, Tx to work on collaborative projects with a class from Geneva University of Art + Design. Feb 12-21, 2014.


Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

Land Arts receives grant from Mellon Foundation!!

The Land Arts of the American West program is happy to announce the receipt of a five year grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support the creation of the Land Arts Mobile Research Center (LAMRC). Funds provided will support graduate student and faculty research, as well as publication and a visiting artist/scholar program at UNM. Professor Bill Gilbert will serve as the initial director of the LAMRC. Asst Research Professor Jeanette Hart-Mann will assume the leadership role of the Land Arts of the American West field program while a national search is conducted for a permanent director. In year three of the grant, the LAMRC will search for a new director to serve as Professor Gilbert’s replacement.

Our thanks to Mariet Westermann and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Board for the award of this grant.

For more information about LAMRC Research Grants please visit: http://landarts.unm.edu/grants.html


Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

High Desert Test Sites 2013 in Albuquerque

HDTS 2013 will take place along 700 miles of desert road from Joshua Tree, CA to Albuquerque, NM from October 12-19th, 2013. Check out A&E contributors: Catherine Harris, Nina Dubois, and Alex Webb will present “Dusty Inflatables” in Montessa Park, Albuquerque // Andrea Polli and Ellen Babcock will present “Tradewinds Sign Rally” next to the Octopus Car Wash on Route 66!! http://www.highdeserttestsites.com/events/hdts-2013

“High Desert Test Sites supports experimental art that engages with the local environment and community.

We generate physical and conceptual spaces for art exploring the intersections between contemporary art and life at large. Scattered along a stretch of intimate yet diverse desert communities that include Joshua Tree, Pioneertown, Wonder Valley, Yucca Valley, and 29 Palms, our sites provide a place for both fleeting and long-term experimental projects.

HDTS was first conceived of eleven years ago as an experimental forum for merging contemporary art with life at large. Since 2002, we have hosted more than 200 artists, architects, designers, desert doers, and other inspirational figures. The HDTS HQ in downtown Joshua Tree opened in 2010 and offers info and driving maps to our local sites, a desert research library, project archives, workshops, and the HDTS Life Enhancement Shop. Recently we also added the HDTS Scout residence program, and In October we are hosting HDTS 2013, our biggest event ever – with more than 60 projects along over 700 miles of desert roads, from Joshua Tree to Albuquerque. “


Tuesday, August 6th, 2013

Creating Change 2.0 in Phoenix, AZ

The Creating Change 2.0 class will present their work at Feast on the Street, a project by Clare Patey and Matthew Moore, in Phoenix on April 13, 2013. See photos from the event on our blog: http://unmcreatingchange.blogspot.com/


Tuesday, February 12th, 2013

Creating Change 2.0 goes to Green River, UT

Creating Change 2.0 will be going to Green River, UT March 9-17 2013 to work with Epicenter, as part of their Frontier program.  We will be working with high school students to create an art and biology collaboration, modeling seeds important to Green River in larger than life scale inflatable architecture.




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