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Fri, Jan 19 '18
Reception
5:00pm-7:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-984-1122
All Wall
For its first exhibit of 2018, All Wall, Santa Fe Clay abandons pedestals and shelving, along with traditional expectations of ceramic art. Featuring wall-hung pieces by established artists and emerging talents, All Wall presents a refreshing look at 9 ceramicists who disregard conventional execution and presentation.
Santa Fe Clay
545 Camino De La Familia
www.santafeclay.com
Fri, Jan 19 '18
Reception
6:00pm-7:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-989-1199
R. Luke DuBois: A More Perfect Union
SITE Santa Fe will present a solo exhibition of New York-based artist R. Luke DuBois from January 19 – April 4, 2018. This exhibition will feature a range of new and recent works that explore democracy, elections, politics, and demographics.
SITE Santa Fe
1606 Paseo de Peralta
www.sitesantafe.org
Sat, Jan 20 '18
Special Event
7:00am-7:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-982-8111
A Day of Ritual Prayer Performance
“I find that people are really hungering for ritual and prayer, and not in a traditional, religious way,” says Ekalos Reed. Reed and Áine McCarthy’s performance art group is called Time Beings. This winter, they collaborate with Kara Duval—another local performer who explores themes of ritual, reclamation and healing—for a 12-hour performance among the artworks of form & concept’s exhibition Thais Mather: Reckless Abandon. In the multi-part ritual prayer, they will convene other Santa Fe artists and anyone who wishes to take part as they create moments and spaces that redefine the sacred. The piece represents a dynamic response to the exhibition’s themes and a tribute to women and others who have faced persecution.
form & concept
435 S Guadalupe St
formandconcept.center/
Sat, Jan 20 '18
Performance
10:00am-5:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-692-9249
The Feral Howl
Freeform Art Space is pleased to present The Feral Howl: A Feminist Response to Our Time, an exhibition that addresses the U.S. government’s historic and current assaults on the bodies of women, femmes and Mother Earth. It is timed to coincide with the anniversary of 45’s inauguration and the 2017 Women’s March.

 A special performance night Saturday, January 20, the anniversary of 45’s inauguration and the Women’s March.
FreeForm Art Space
1619 C de Baca Lane
www.freeformartspace.com/
Sat, Jan 20 '18
Performance
6:30pm-8:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-989-1199
R. Luke DuBois: A More Perfect Union
SITE Santa Fe will present a solo exhibition of New York-based artist R. Luke DuBois from January 19 – April 4, 2018. This exhibition will feature a range of new and recent works that explore democracy, elections, politics, and demographics. R. Luke DuBois with Bora Yoon
SITE Santa Fe
1606 Paseo de Peralta
www.sitesantafe.org
Mon, Jan 22 '18
Lecture/Demo
3:00pm-5:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-989-8688
A Life in Art, The Second Generation
Join us for another exciting and stimulating discussion at Charlotte Jackson Fine Art (554 S Guadalupe). This time we meet a fascinating panel of women artists who will discuss how they became artists and what influence their artist parents had on them. Q and A will follow. Moderated by Laura Addison, our panel includes Natalie Arnoldi, Carola Clift and Rose B. Simpson. Arnoldi, inspired by the ocean is the daughter of artist Charles Arnoldi and writer Katie Arnoldi. Clift is a photographer, born into a family of artists, actors, dancers and professors of literature. Simpson, daughter of Roxanne Swentzell, is a sculptor, writer, dancer and mechanic.
Charlotte Jackson Fine Art
554 South Guadalupe
charlottejackson.com/
Mon, Jan 22 '18
Lecture/Demo
3:00pm-5:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-989-8688
A Life in Art: The Second Generation
Join us for another exciting and stimulating discussion at Charlotte Jackson Fine Art Gallery. This time we meet a fascinating panel of women artists who will discuss how they became artists and what influence their artist parents had on them. Q&A will follow.
Charlotte Jackson Fine Art
554 South Guadalupe
charlottejackson.com/
Wed, Jan 24 '18
Special Event
6:00pm-7:30pm
Albuquerque NM
505-828-3789
The Art of Healing
This exhibition – curated by Regina Held- is very close to home for the Cancer Center since it mainly showcases artists who have survived cancer and those who have been impacted by cancer in their family. We are featuring a wide variety of styles and genres from traditional painting to some amazing quilt and batic art. A lot of work in this show is calm and meditative while some burst with life and energy. 40 % of all sales directly benefit non-medical needs of our cancer patients. A free and entertaining gallery walk with curator Regina Held and some of the participating artists. Learn about techniques, the artists, the NM art scene and the stories behind the work.
New Mexico Cancer Center Gallery
4901 Lang Ave NE
www.nmcancercenter.com
Thu, Jan 25 '18
Lecture/Demo
2:00pm-3:00pm
Santa Fe NM
505-982-8111
Jodi Colella: Unidentified Women
It started somewhere among the vast archives of the Historic Northampton Museum in Northampton, Massachusetts. Fiber artist Jodi Colella was working on an art project inspired by the museum’s headwear collection, and she stumbled upon a series of daguerreotype portraits. “They were like little 18th and 19th century selfies,” Colella says. “I noticed that all the men in the images had every single detail of their life listed in the catalog. About 80% of the women were labeled ‘unidentified.’” The artist was fascinated by these forgotten, female faces, and the contrast between the women’s fleeting social visibility and their invisibility to history.
form & concept
435 S Guadalupe St
formandconcept.center/

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