Watch: Julia Lambright
Julia Lambright’s dream to become an artist started in her native Russia. But it didn’t end there. As a successful makeup artist in Moscow, Lambright felt there was something missing in her life.
Her path led her to the Land of Enchantment, and the University of New Mexico where she received her Masters in Fine Arts. While her visit to New Mexico reinvigorated her spiritual side, she started to incorporate an older form of artistic expression that she had overlooked, egg tempera – a simple mixture of egg yolks, water, vinegar and pigments.
“I decided I’ll celebrate my new life here in New Mexico, my new spiritual life, through this practice.”
Department of Art Associate Professor Meggan Gould has won a George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation Fellowship
Department of Art Associate Professor Meggan Gould has won a George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation Fellowship to support work on a new photographic project, entitled: Photography After Photography: A Reckoning. The Howard Foundation awarded 9 fellowships of...
By Anna Dykeman The University of New Mexico Anderson School of Management has partnered with the UNM Film & Digital Arts Department to provide a new MBA track focused on film and digital arts beginning in August 2022. The MBA for Professionals program, which also...
Jared Tso (Diné), who teaches ceramics and makes pottery from the road, is a rising star in the world of Indigenous pottery. During my pottery classes at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, I admired Jared Tso’s pottery—with its beautiful curvature and...