Thursday Feb 11, 2016
Albuquerque, NM 87102
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A diverse body of creative works that employ art as a critical voice aimed at generating dialogue and awareness around social and environmental justice issues. Runs through 2/26.
This exhibition presents a diverse body of creative works that employ art as a critical voice aimed at generating dialogue and awareness around social and environmental justice issues. The artists in this exhibition spent weeks in the field participating in the UNM Land Arts of the American West Program while investigating Resource Extraction as a toxic legacy for Navajo communities, as well as learning about the Gila River and its potential diversion. This exhibition shares these artists’ inquiries through art.
Artists: Paula D. Barteau, CB Bryan, Harriet Fawcett, Clark Frauenglass, Jeanette Hart-Mann, Ryan Henel, Joanna Keane Lopez, Sarah Molina, Kacie Erin Smith. Special Guests to be announced.
Exhibition: February 5 - February 26, 2016
Opening Reception: Friday, February 5 from 5 - 7 pm
Gallery Hours: Wednesday and Friday 10am – 6pm or by appointment
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