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Letter from the Editor
The Poem in the Prose
by Candace Walsh
A Fateful Commencement
One hundred years ago, five paintings in the New Mexico Museum of Art's first exhibition challenged
the world to think about New Mexico and its art.
By Joseph Traugott
Pictures of an Evolution
Photograpy's ever-developing presence at
the New Mexico Museum of Art.
By Katherine Ware
Stitched to the Soul
Anchored by Native and Anglo roots, ceremonial
and contemporary art, Teri Greeves stretches even further, blending roles as a preservationist, an innovator and an important social critic.
by Kate Nelson
Blazing New Trails
Ambitious new inroads are connecting today's
tech-savvy history buffs with New Mexico's tried-
and-true historic sites.
by Patrick Moore
Welcome to a series of overdue conversations
about hot-button issues in Native Art.
by Marla Redcorn-Miller and Amy Groleau
Verses to an Institution
New Mexico poets share odes to the New Mexico Museum of Art on the occasion of its centennial.
by Carlos Contreras, Jon Davis, Elizabeth Jacobson, Joan Logghe, Miram Sagan, Carol Moldaw, Luci Tapahonso, Arthur Sze
On Exhibit: Art of Remembrance
Crafting Memory: The Art of Community in Peru provides intimate glimpses into how art and community alchemize into healing and memory.
by Laura Addison
On Exhibit: Material World
In MIAC's Lifeways of the Southern Athabaskans, Apache objects speak louder than (antiquated and caricature-laden) words.
by Cullen Arlington Curtiss
Why This?: The Silent Organ
by Penelope Hunter-Stiebel
All in the Family
by Tom Leech and Daniel Kosharek
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