We Are Here, Artist presentations & exhibition featuring the UNM BAIA Capstone 2021 students
Celebrate the capstone projects of the Fall 2021 BAIA Graduating students. The BAIA is an undergraduate degree in Interdisciplinary Arts that spans across four departments of the UNM College of Fine Arts: Art Studio History and Education, Theater and Dance, Film and Digital Media Arts, and Music, along with the Arts Leadership and Business Program in the College. Students in the BAIA Program design their own trajectory, creating a customized degree that fits their passion and developing cross-disciplinary work in for example music for film, or visual art and design. Students in the BAIA are pioneers in the college, forging their own new creative and career paths.
Four wonderful emerging artists in the Fall 2021 graduating BAIA class worked together to create not only a catalog but also a presentation of their work online including images, artists’ statements, and recorded talks, videos, and audio including music and an audio play. Join the artists themselves at a live exhibition event on December 15th from 3 pm – 4 pm in the UNM Sub Mirage-Thunderbird room. There will be live performances of both a song and an excerpt of a play as well as a gallery of visual works and publications.
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...
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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...