CLUI's Landscape Exhibit Unit opens in New Mexico

This Sunday, August 2, CLUI Director Matthew Coolidge will lead a bus tour to the new CLUI Display Facility that is part of the LAND/ART project in New Mexico. The tour will depart from the Albuquerque Museum at 9am. Parking passes will be available at the Museum.

The CLUI Display Facility is an off-site Landscape Exhibit Unit created by the Center for Land Use Interpretation for LAND/ART. It is located at a site that draws people into a part of the city that is not often visited. Inside is information about the region, including an exhibit about the New Mexico landscape. The Center for Land Use Interpretation (CLUI) is a Los Angeles based research organization involved in exploring, examining and understanding land and landscape issues.

Tour Fee: $10
Pre-registration is required. Space is limited.

To register, call 505-242-1445 or email

The facility is open weekends 12-5pm, August 1 - September 19. Visit Second Site at 516 ARTS for location and directions.

CLUI in New Mexico is presented by 516 ARTS. Special thanks to the FUNd at Albuquerque Community Foundation.

View photos by 516 Arts from the opening here.

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