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John Phillip Abbott opens a solo show

John Phillip Abbott opens a solo show

John Phillip Abbott opens a solo show John Abbott is an Assistant Professor of Painting and Drawing with UNM Department of Art. Abbott’s current exhibition, Wishing Like a Mountain, runs February 4—March 20, 2021, at Baronian Xippas in Brussels, as well as a piece in...

Faculty Dance Concert Spring 2021

Faculty Dance Concert Spring 2021

Following COVID19 guidelines UNM’s dance program will present its faculty dance concert Chameleon. The online concert will be presented in April featuring new creations staged and/or choreographed by faculty members Marisol Encinias, Donna Jewell, and Vladimir Conde...

Music, Emotion, and Fish with Dr. David Bashwiner

Music, Emotion, and Fish with Dr. David Bashwiner

We are back, with Part 2 of ‘Music, Emotion, and Fish’. If you haven’t had the chance to listen to Part 1, you can click back to Episode 15, Dr. David Bashwiner was just getting to his work on the Midshipman toadfish, and what it can teach us about musical desire in...

UNM Fine Arts welcomes new faculty members

UNM Fine Arts welcomes new faculty members

UNM Fine Arts welcomes new faculty members UNM Fine Arts is pleased to announce the appointment of our new faculty members. We are thrilled to have these artists and educators join our faculty,” says Regina Carlow, Interim Dean of UNM Fine Arts. “Their diverse...

Watch: ArtsUnexpected 2019

Watch: ArtsUnexpected 2019

ArtsUnexpected was an all day and evening arts extravaganza at various locations on the UNM campus, surrounding community and in downtown Albuquerque. Check out this year’s video to give you an idea of what you missed.

UNM professors take the stage in Granada

UNM professors take the stage in Granada

Their performance, Nueva Música de Nuevo México, will connect new music from New Mexico with an international audience, and bring selected John Donald Robb Field Recordings of historical New Mexican folk music back to Spain as part of the world premiere of a new composition.

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• All students must be admitted to the University, whether as an incoming freshman, transfer student, or non-degree student. Apply online through the Admissions Department at UNM

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