January 4th, 2019

“Small Worlds” Closing Thoughts

During the third week in December, New Mexico School of the Arts (NMSA) received a visit from Trinidadian-Canadian artist Curtis Talwst Santiago. In the spirit of community and education, a small class of students from ... read more


December 11th, 2018

“Infinity” : Curtis Talwst Santiago

It’s winter time again for the Northern Hemisphere.  For many, winter time also marks the beginning of SAD.  That’s Seasonal Affective Disorder, aka, Seasonal Depression, or Winter Depression.  I grew up in upstate NY.  There, the lake effect ... read more


December 5th, 2018

Reflections on “Na’ashjé’íí Asdzáá”: Part Three

In 2012, while attending the Maryland Institute College of Art, I enrolled in a performance workshop, co-taught by Joyce Scott.  Joyce Scott is an incredible woman and artist.  Her work lives in collections at the ... read more


November 28th, 2018

Reflections on “Na’ashjé’íí Asdzáá”: Part Two

As Eric-Paul Riege’s performance continues, he leaves the hooghan and begins to travel outside the museum walls.

Riege moves forward with wings flapping up and down, and metal aglets swaying.  He no longer walks ... read more


November 28th, 2018

Reflections on “Na’ashjé’íí Asdzáá”: Part One

“Casa Tomada” is a 1946 short story by Argentine writer Julio Cortázar.

In English, the title of the book is “House Taken Over.”

Eric-Paul Riege is an artist who’s work sets up shop and ... read more


November 6th, 2018

Dear Future Intern

The time I have spent as an intern for Public Education and Programming has been extremely valuable.  In my daily work, I am regularly tasked with responsibilities that are integral to the museum as well ... read more


November 6th, 2018

Internship Reflection: Delaney Hoffman

I have always been somebody with a keen interest in the arts, both in terms of making and participating in them, though I’ve never understood what capacity I wanted to pursue those things professionally. Working ... read more


February 2nd, 2018

Alumni SITE Scholar News: Molly Zimmer

Alumni SITE Scholar, Molly Zimmer, will present her MFA Thesis Exhibition, Raveling Lines, at EXHIBIT/208 from February 09 – March 03, 2018. Join the artist on Feb.09 from 5-8pm for an Opening Reception!

Molly Zimmer is an artist, ... read more


January 25th, 2018

Alumni SITE Scholar News: Lara Goldmann

SITE Scholar Alumni, Lara Goldmann is one half of ‘the line/assembled collective’ that created the film essay, ‘these are the days, my friends, these are the days’, and a multi-media art installation by the same name. Both will be on view at UNM’s ... read more


July 5th, 2017

Rachel Donovan ‘ it was then ‘ at CFA Downtown Studio

SITE Scholar Alumna, Lara Goldmann, has curated an exhibition at UNM’s College of Fine Arts Downtown Studio. Check it out through July 15!

CFA Downtown Studio 113 Fourth St NW Albuquerque, NM 87102

Regular gallery hours: Wednesdays & Fridays 10:00am ... read more