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Thursday, November 5th, 2015

APPLY TO THE Art & Ecology MFA

Art & Ecology is an interdisciplinary, research-based program engaging contemporary art practices. Graduate and undergraduate students develop land and cultural literacy with a conceptual foundation and a wide range of production skills, including sculpture, performance, analog and digital media, and social practice. Advanced coursework includes the Land Arts of the American West program, a semester-long travel and place-based arts pedagogy initiated in 1999. Students in Art & Ecology have the opportunity to work on various collaborative and interdisciplinary projects with departments across UNM and on comprehensive thesis projects integrating community and ecological research.

The deadline for graduate applications to the Art Studio MFA is January 15th, 2016 for Fall 2016 admission. This program does not offer spring admission. For more information:

http://art.unm.edu/graduate-programs/

Contact the graduate advising office:
Kat Heatherington, Graduate Advisor
505-277-6672
Office: 255
Email: art255@unm.edu


Thursday, November 5th, 2015

LAAW Fall 2015 Lecture Series

http://art.unm.edu/project/land-arts-fall-2015-lecture-series/

Andrew W Mellon Visiting Artist Series:

Aug 31 : Dr. Teri Reub, Professor, Department of Media Study, SUNY Buffalo
5:30pm, CFA Downtown Studio (115 4th ST NW)

Sep 23: Alan Boldon, Head of Research, University of Brighton, UK
12:00pm, University of New Mexico Art Museum

Oct 13: Subhankar Banarjee, Photographer, Writer, and Environmental Humanities Scholar
12:00pm, University of New Mexico Art Museum

Oct 27: John Reid, Emertus Fellow, Australian National University and Visiting Fellow, ANU School of Art and ANU Fenner School of Environment and Society
5:30pm, CFA Downtown Studio (115 4th ST NW)

 


Saturday, October 31st, 2015

Re-Mix Culture students perform in Cd. Juárez and Albuquerque

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Join artists from la Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez and the University of New Mexico for a night of live VJing and performances with music by cp_squared:

Live video exploring the connections and contrasts between Ciudad Juárez and Albuquerque will be projected on the outside of the historic KiMo theater, on 5th street between Central and Copper. The road will be closed so there will be lots of room for chillin, dancin, and minglin.

See you there!

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Artistas de la Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez y la Universidad de Nuevo Mexico por segunda vez presentarán un performace de VJ ahora con el DJ cp_squared.

Video en vivo explorando las conexiones y contrastes entre Ciudad Juárez y Albuquerque proyectado afuera del histórico teatro KiMo en la calle 5 entre Central y Copper. La calle estará cerrada por lo tanto habrá mucho espacio para relajarse, bailar, y convivir.

Los esperamos!

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Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/872956646079497/

From UACJ: Carolina Arroyo, Jesus Cardenas, Iris Díaz, Sagrario Manrique, Daniel Paredes – w/ Prof. Gabriela Durán
from UNM: Ayrton Chapman, Steven Hayes, Shaelin Jornigan, Ian Kerstetter, Britney King, Noel Mollinedo – w/ Prof. Szu-Han Ho and (GA) Aziza Murray

Our class blog: http://re-mixculture.tumblr.com/

Students from the UNM “Re-Mix Culture” course (Art & Art History) and the Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez (UACJ-Visual Arts Department) are engaging in a semester-long partnership centered on the concept of the remix as a strategy for collaboration and creating shared dialogue between the cities of Albuquerque, USA and Juárez, Mexico. In March, UNM students traveled to Juárez to collaboratively produce the first public event, which took place in downtown Juárez at the Centro Municipal de las Artes on Thursday, March 12.  UACJ students will travel to Albuquerque for the final public video/performance event, which will take place on Thursday, April 30th from 8-11pm on 5th Street between Central and Copper. The groups will present “ALBUREZ Returns!” a VJ event with projections on the west wall of the historic KiMo Theatre, featuring music by DJ cp_squared. This event is free and open to the public. 
 
This course is led by Szu-Han Ho (UNM) and Gabriela Durán-Barraza (UACJ). The program is made possible by the US Embassy/GEO Global Studies Grant, UNM College of Fine Arts Dean’s Travel Grant, and Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez.

Sunday, March 22nd, 2015

[unmartandecology] Diana Taylor // Thurs Apr 09 // 5:30pm // Hibben Center 105

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The UNM Department of Art & Art History is excited to host DIANA TAYLOR for the final event in the Gale Memorial Lecture Series 2014-15: “The Politics of Performance.” Please join us for this lecture, which is free and open to the public. This lecture series is organized by Szu-Han Ho, Assistant Professor, Art & Ecology. See attached info and flyer.

DIANA TAYLOR
THURS APR 09
UNM Hibben Center, room 105
5:30-7PM

link to location:
http://tinyurl.com/mn9aps5

This lecture is co-sponsored by UNM Latin American & Iberian Studies and UNM Art & Ecology.

bios:

DIANA TAYLOR is University Professor and Professor of Performance Studies and Spanish at NYU. She is the author of Theatre of Crisis: Drama and Politics in Latin America (1991), which won the Best Book Award given by New England Council on Latin American Studies and Honorable Mention in the Joe E. Callaway Prize for the Best Book on Drama, of Disappearing Acts: Spectacles of Gender and Nationalism in Argentina’s ‘Dirty War’, Duke U.P., 1997, and The Archive and the Repertoire: Performing Cultural Memory in the Americas (Duke U.P., 2003) which won the ATHE Research Award in Theatre Practice and Pedagogy and the Modern Language Association Katherine Singer Kovacs Prize for the best book in Latin American and Spanish Literatures and Culture (2004). The Archive and the Repertoire has been translated into Portuguese by Eliana Lourenço de Lima Reis (Belo Horizonte, Brazil: Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais 2012) and Spanish by Anabelle Contreras (Santiago de Chile: Ediciones Universidad Alberto Hurtado, 2014.) Her most recent book, PERFORMANCE, is forthcoming with Duke U.P. Taylor is the recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship in 2005 and the ACLS Digital Innovation Fellowship, 2013-14. Currently, she serves as Second Vice President of the MLA to assume the presidency in 2017. Diana Taylor is founding Director of the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics, funded by the Ford, Mellon, Rockefeller, Rockefeller Brothers and Henry Luce Foundations.


Sunday, March 1st, 2015

Candice Hopkins + Raven Chacon : Feb 25 // 5:30pm // Hibben Center 105

Candice Hopkins (independent curator) and Raven Chacon (composer, musician, artist) will present their work in a joint lecture for the UNM Gale Lecture Series : “The Politics of Performance” organized by Art & Ecology faculty Szu-Han Ho. poster_HopChac01_sm


Tuesday, January 27th, 2015

Intermediate Art & Ecology serves well researched,hand made tamales at SITE Santa Fe, December 2014

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Art and Ecology students created a public participation event at Site Santa Fe’s Members opening, December 6, 2014 from 5-7 pm.  200 plus handmade tamales were served from 2 laminated recycled cardboard tamale carts.  For more information on the project, please see the project website, Traveling TamalesFor more photos.

 


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




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