Saturday Feb 27, 2016
Albuquerque, NM 87120
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David D'Agostino and others use hand-built wood constructions, natural elements, ceramic forms, paintings, drawings and video to examine species decline and habitat encroachment. Runs through 4/3.
In the upcoming exhibit No More Stories, David D'Agostino and collaborating artists use hand built wood constructions, natural elements, ceramic forms, paintings, drawings, and video to unfold the layers and complexities of species decline and habitat encroachment in New Mexico.
The exhibit runs from February 27th to April 3rd at the Open Space Visitor Center Gallery.
D’Agostino finds that the intimacy of Albuquerque’s Open Space lands evokes a sense of public familiarity for honest engagement about species health and long term vitality.
The Open Space Visitor Center is an interpretive hub for the Open Space program, lands, and resources. Visitors enjoy educational exhibits, art displays, wildlife fields, a Traditions garden, Bosque trails and a variety of talks, workshops, demonstrations and entertainment.
Meet the artists—David D’Agostino, Kelly Brewer, Noah Philips, and Mango Katz— and enjoy some refreshments at the Opening Reception on Saturday, February 27th from 2-4 pm.