PANEL: NEW LANDSCAPES and NEW MEXICO: UNM Art Museum

Please join us for a Public Lecture

PANEL: NEW LANDSCAPES and NEW MEXICO

Thursday, April 21 at 5:30 pm
UNM Art Museum
Presented in conjunction with
the Cady Wells Exhibition on view through May 22, in
UNM Art Museum's Raymond Jonson Gallery.

Cady Wells, Untitled (Brilliant Landscape), ca. 1946. Fine Art Museums of San Francisco.
Four scholars will discuss how New Mexicans have shaped the local landscapes they inhabit, and how the impact of the modern world, especially since World War II, has affected their relationships to and representations of the land.
PARTICIPANTS:
CHRIS WILSON J. B. Jackson Professor, and Director Historic
Preservation and Regionalism Program
LUCY LIPPARD Independent scholar, cultural historian, and critic
of contemporary arts and movements
MIGUEL GANDERT Documentary photographer and Assistant Professor of Communications and Journalism
ANDREW SANDOVAL-STRAUSZ Associate Professor, Department of History





Main campus, Center for the Arts, adjacent to Popejoy Hall.
Hours: Tues.- Fri. 10:00-4:00, Weekends 1:00-4:00.
FREE admission, $5.00 suggested donation.
Part of the “Making New Mexico Modern” series, funded in part by a grant from the New Mexico Humanities Council. This series has been designated a “We The People” project by the New Mexico Humanities Council and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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