The University Art Museum at NMSU reopens with two new exhibits by student artists, Friday, January 21, 2022, 5:30 p.m. Artist Nikesha Breeze’s exhibition Four Sites of Return: Ritual, Remembrance, Reparation & Reclamation, and artist Jackie Mitchell Edwards’ Remembered Landscapes: The Sacred Space of Home, both showcase Black, Indigenous and people of color in New Mexico, by partaking in real and imagined searches for ancestral lands and futures through the creation of projects the include acts of research, resilience, resistance collecting and ritual. In support of the exhibitions, a comprehensive series of programming will be available to the public, including performances, panels and three educational OutsmART programs led by associated artists and collaborators. Both exhibitions will be on display in Devasthali Hall on the NMSU campus through March 5. For more information, visit the website, or call 575-646-2545.
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