Land Arts of the American West Blog

Visit our Land Arts blog to learn what we were up to all Fall. Land Arts of the American West, at the University of New Mexico, is an ongoing experiment and interdisciplinary model for creative and critical arts pedagogy based in place. This program puts students in direct contact with place of the American Southwest through Field Investigations, Research, Creative Production, and Public Presentation/Dissemination. During the program, students travel extensively throughout the Southwest for up to 50 days, while camping and investigating environmental sites, human habitation systems, and questions facing the region.

Land Arts of the American West Exhibition

  Land Arts of the American West 2016 // Exhibition       Land Arts of the American West [LAAW] is an interdisciplinary, field-based, studio art program at the University of New Mexico. During the program students travel extensively throughout the Southwest while camping and investigating environmental sites, human habitation systems, and questions facing the region. This year the students - alongside their independent field studies - investigated the theme of Water Rights. This exhibition features work by the artists - created on site, or in response to their experiences whilst out in the field.       December 5 - 15, 2016    Gallery Hours: December 5 - 15, 2016, 9am - 4:45pm         Opening Reception: Friday, December 9, 5pm - 8pm       John Sommers Gallery    University of New Mexico    Art Building #84, Room 202    (Campus Map:    http://www.unm.edu/~alt2015/UNM%20Campus%20Map.pdf      )       Free and open to the public       ARTISTS:     Kaitlin Bryson     Nancy Dewhurst     Hollis Moore     Hamshya Rajkumar     Molly Zimmer     Rachel Zollinger

Land Arts of the American West 2016 // Exhibition 

Land Arts of the American West [LAAW] is an interdisciplinary, field-based, studio art program at the University of New Mexico. During the program students travel extensively throughout the Southwest while camping and investigating environmental sites, human habitation systems, and questions facing the region. This year the students - alongside their independent field studies - investigated the theme of Water Rights. This exhibition features work by the artists - created on site, or in response to their experiences whilst out in the field.

 

December 5 - 15, 2016

Gallery Hours: December 5 - 15, 2016, 9am - 4:45pm

 

Opening Reception: Friday, December 9, 5pm - 8pm

 

John Sommers Gallery

University of New Mexico

Art Building #84, Room 202

(Campus Map: http://www.unm.edu/~alt2015/UNM%20Campus%20Map.pdf )

 

Free and open to the public

 

ARTISTS: 

Kaitlin Bryson

Nancy Dewhurst

Hollis Moore

Hamshya Rajkumar

Molly Zimmer

Rachel Zollinger