By Chloe D. Dunlap Feburary 19, 2024
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“It has never been properly inventoried or integrated into our current collections database system with updated photographs,” said Courtney Uldrich, Collections Curator at the University Art Museum. “We have a lot of photographs of old pieces, but they’re from the nineties and really don't function well for our current database system. So, one of my first priorities coming into this position was to kind of try and get things more manageable ..read more
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NMSU Art Museum NEA grant to support fall exhibition
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The National Endowment for the Arts has approved a $40,000 grant for the University Art Museum at New Mexico State University, among $1.6 million in NEA awards recommended for arts projects in New Mexico. The NEA recently announced more than $91 million in recommended grants to organizations in all 50 states and United States jurisdictions. Grants are in three NEA funding categories: Grants for Arts Projects, Our Town and State and Regional Partnerships. The NEA grant to the University Art Museum will support “Contemporary Ex-Votos: Devotion Beyond Medium,” a two-part exhibition displaying 19t ..read more
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Conversation with Joey Fauerso on the Occasion of her Exhibition, “Wait for It,” at New Mexico State University Art MuseumReview: Joey Fauerso’s Weighty Metaphors at NMSU Art Museum
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 from 1961; it is so direct and immediate, it feels like it just happened, and that maybe you were the one who took the bite. Getting back to the cinematic, I would like to continue to push the scale of my work, both with the videos and paintings ..read more
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Review: Joey Fauerso’s Weighty Metaphors at NMSU Art Museum
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Heavy. That’s how I would describe Joey Fauerso’s exhibition Wait For It at the New Mexico State University Art Museum in Las Cruces. But heavy things are also strong and, given the right balance of conditions, can be buoyant. And there lies the beauty and complexity of Fauerso’s work. Balance and strength are undercurrents of the artist’s practice, including what happens when stability is off-kilter, in question—things shatter, structures collapse, worlds topple. Wait For It, which traveled from the Visual Arts Center at the University of Texas at Austin (where it was organized by director Ma ..read more
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‘Contemporary Ex-Votos: Devotion Beyond Medium’ explores the understudied iconographic art formThoma Foundation Support for Education and the Arts in Southern NM Starts with $600,000
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 through December 22, 2022. The NMSU Art Museum houses the largest collection of Mexican retablos in the United States. She says this exhibition demonstrates the important place retablos hold in the history of the Americas. More information available at ..read more
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Thoma Foundation Support for Education and the Arts in Southern NM Starts with $600,000
NMSU Art Museum
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 through December 22, 2022. The NMSU Art Museum houses the largest collection of Mexican retablos in the United States. She says this exhibition demonstrates the important place retablos hold in the history of the Americas. More information available at ..read more
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Country’s Largest Mexican Retablo Collection, Once Stored Underneath Bleachers, is Paired with Contemporary Devotional Works
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 through December 22, 2022. The NMSU Art Museum houses the largest collection of Mexican retablos in the United States. She says this exhibition demonstrates the important place retablos hold in the history of the Americas. More information available at ..read more
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Currently at NMSU Art Museum - Contemporary Ex-Votos: Devotion Beyond Medium
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 through December 22, 2022. The NMSU Art Museum houses the largest collection of Mexican retablos in the United States. She says this exhibition demonstrates the important place retablos hold in the history of the Americas. More information available at ..read more
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Mexican devotional art re-imagined by a cohort of contemporary artists
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, on view at the University Art Museum at New Mexico State University (NMSU), creates a space in which 15 Mexican and Mexican-American artists can analyze their identity beyond the ideas we have been taught to associate with our experience ..read more
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A Contemporary Look at Devotion
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, on view at the University Art Museum at New Mexico State University (NMSU), creates a space in which 15 Mexican and Mexican-American artists can analyze their identity beyond the ideas we have been taught to associate with our experience ..read more
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