Thursday, November 12, 6pm
De/Briefing: Land Art, Public Art & Planning for the Future of Albuquerque
Lecture by joni m. palmer
at the Albuquerque Museum, 2000 Mountain Rd NW, Albuquerque, 505-243-7255 www.cabq.gov/museum

This event is a presentation by joni m palmer to explore the future of land art projects through the City of Albuquerque's Percent for Art Program and other collaborative approaches. Current discussions about public art and land art tend to suggest either an all inclusive or oppositional attitude. This talk is intended to provoke a deeper conversation between the two, exploring the gray areas, questioning intentionality, audience, and collaboration as they are relevant to the future efforts of the city's Public Art Program.

Presented by the City of Albuquerque Public Art Program

Friday, November 13, 2pm
Lecture by Ann Reynolds
at the Center for the Arts on the UNM campus, room 2018
, 505-277-2868, www.unm.edu/~artmuse

Ann Reynolds is an Associate Professor in the Department of Art and Art History and the Center for Women's and Gender Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. Her research, publications, and teaching focus on U.S. and European art, architecture, and visual culture after 1930; feminist theory, gender, and sexuality studies; the historiography of exhibition practice; and film. She is the author of Robert Smithson: Learning From New Jersy and Elsewhere (MIT Press, 2003) and is currently working on a new book Home Movies: Creativity, Community, and Publics in New York, 1940-1970. More details

Presented by the Department of Art & Art History at the University of New Mexico

Monday, November 16, 5:30pm
Re-Cognising the Land ILIRI, the Creative Laboratory and the Sacred Tree
Lecture by Louise Fowler-Smith
at Dane Smith Hall, room 127 (on the UNM campus, map)
for more info contact the UNM Art Museum, 505-277-2868, www.unm.edu/~artmuse

Louise Fowler-Smith is an artist and Senior Lecturer at the College of Fine Arts, University of NSW in Sydney, Australia. She is also the Director of the Imaging the Land International Research Initiative (ILIRI), which aims to promote new ways of perceiving the land in the 21st century and which offers residencies for artists in the Australian desert. Louise has recently established the ILIRI 'Creative Laboratory', a large area of land where artists, architects, scientists – people concerned with the environment– can collaborate on projects that explore new ways of perceiving, interacting and living in a land starved of water. More details

Presented by the Department of Art & Art History at the University of New Mexico

Tuesday, November 17, 6pm
Politics: Peter Fend / Ocean Earth Development Corporation and Center for Land Use Interpretation
Lecture by Janet Dees
at SITE Santa Fe, 1606 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe
for ticket info: 505-989-1199, www.sitesantafe.org

This is the third in a series of lectures titled The Three P's of Land Art: Principles, Poetics and Politics, as part of SITE Santa Fe's Contemporary Art in Context program aimed at grounding the art of today in art history. Janet Dees is currently the Thaw Curatorial Fellow at SITE Santa Fe. A Ph.D. candidate in Art History at the University of Delaware, she received her BA in Art History and African/African American Studies from Fordham University and her MA in Art History from the University of Delaware. Before pursuing graduate work, Dees worked as a museum educator for the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the New York African Burial Ground Project and as assistant director for a contemporary art gallery in New York.

Presented by SITE Santa Fe

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