In Albuquerque, old storefronts, empty Route 66 signs, and park walls become canvases for displaying public art.
Category - Art NM
UNM’s graduate program in fine art photography was founded when there were few academic programs of its kind. Today it’s ranked as one of the best in the nation—a place where photographers learn to break the rules.
After falling in love with New Mexico, an East Coast author scours used book racks to rescue tomes about it.
The books touched our hearts, built our brains, and inspired us to hit the hiking trail. Best of all: They're super easy to wrap.
Jack Thorp didn’t invent cowboy songs. But by writing them down, he made them famous.
An Albuquerque artist blends fantasy, camp, and the pop art of decades past in his original screen prints.
For Vicente Telles and other santeros, the best way to preserve tradition is to change it.
In a Santa Fe darkroom, photographers learn how to turn digital images into museum-quality archival prints. You can too.