there are a number of Web calendars around the state
that list arts events (and I now work on one of them
at my day job) I would like to send you there rather
than duplicating the efforts!
Guide Calendar for a searchable arts calendar
with thousands of listings. You can search by date,
venue, artist's name, or general location.
below for calendar listings of
arts events throughout New Mexico on other Web sites.
or two arts events will be highlighted here; we will
also keep the Opportunities and Announcements listings.
Latin American Posters: Public Aesthetics and Mass
On view at the National Hispanic Cultural Center through
March 4, 2007
for entries: Gallery Space for Artists. Harwood
is seeking to feature individual and group shows of
artists working in all media for Harwood's Main and
South Galleries. If you or someone you know might be
interested in sending in a proposal please call Harwood
at 242-6367 to request a gallery proposal form.
Fe Community College's Art on Campus Program is
seeking proposals for displays and exhibitions with
historical, cultural or sociological importance to New
Mexico communities. Proposals for documentary and informational
exhibits with visual elements that explore themes affecting
life in the state are encouraged. All types of media
will be considered, with the exception of installations.
Past shows have covered topics ranging from domestic
violence to homesteading in Pie Town, N.M., in the 1930s.
To be considered, applicants must submit a letter of
intent outlining their exhibition proposal, exhibitor's
resume and examples of the visual content of the exhibit.
Visual content can be presented for review in the form
of slides, photographs or a CD along with photos. Submissions
are reviewed regularly. For more information, call (505)
428-1230. Proposals may be sent to the Art on Campus
Program, Santa Fe Community College, 6401 Richards Ave.,
Santa Fe, NM 87508-4887. Please include a self-addressed
stamped envelope with sufficient postage to return materials
for rent at The Factory on 5th Art Space, 1715
5th Street NW, Albuquerque. Six blocks north of Mountain
Road, just past Aspen Street, on the west side of 5th
Street. For more information, call 505/463-5824 or visit
listings (please keep the info brief).