What: High Desert Flame Works G lass Camp. Have fun learning how to flamework and create fused glass artworks. Who: Children, Teenagers, and Adults in Grade 4 or older and their parents or grandparents. Classes are taught by Rashan O. Jones and Dr. Annie K. Nash. When: The first session meets June 22-26, 2015, from 9 - 12. The second session meets August 3 – 7, from 9 - 12. Where: High Desert Flame Works, 1751 Bellamah Ave. NW, Suite #2109, Albuquerque, N.M. 87104 Why: Glass is awesome. Glass is fun. Glass is the future: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbX9KOpDJME&noredirect=1 Cost: Enrollment is $230 for your child, all supplies included. If you are a parent who wants to take the class, or the child has a siblings who want to sign up, as well, that parent or sibling receives a discount and can enroll for $200. Parents are required to stay at the studio during the lessons whether or not they sign up for the class. An $80 deposit will hold a place for you. If you need to drop out before June 17 (Session 1) or July 28 (Session 2), we will refund your money. How: Message Rashan O. Jones or Annie K. Nash through Facebook or email. Coming soon: Payments will be accepted through Etsy, Facebook “For Sale” posts, and in person at High Desert Flame Works.
Since 1993, I have been teaching Grades 2, 3, 4, 5 at Manzano Day School. The goal of my teaching is to instill creative confidence in each and every student.
From naturalism to abstract , realism to surrealism, traditional to popular, the 60 Native American artists in this reference work come from a variety of esthetic backgrounds. These contemporary painters reflect the wide range of art produced by Native Americans; many have drawn on their tribal culture for inspiration and subject matter, but others have chosen a more individual style. Among the artists included are Connie Seabourn, Joe Baker, Louise Harrison, Yvette Kimball, Willie Preacher, Troy Jumping Eagle, Annie Nash, Kevin Red Star, James Campbell, Neil Parsons, Kim Snyder, Thurman Horse, Barbara Gerard Mitchell, and 46 others.
Artwork by Annie Nash included in Ella Shohat's tome, "Talking Visions": This multivoiced collection of essays and images presents the perspectives of activists, scholars, artists, and curators from a broad range of constituencies. Challenging traditional disciplinary and cultural boundaries, the book moves beyond any unified feminist historical narrative to present a "relational" feminism of diverse communities, affiliations, and practices. The texts/images partake of many genres: reflective essay, testimonial dialogue, performance piece, digital collage, prose poem, and photomontage. Forging connections between usually compartmentalized areas of knowledge and of activism, the volume helps us to envision alternative epistemologies and imaginative alliances.Copublished with the New Museum of Contemporary Art.
The Albuquerque Museum of Art and History has served as the city's cultural center since 1967. Located in the heart of Old Town, The Museum maintains a reputation for being one of the leading institutions for art, history and culture in the Southwest. Today, through the support of the City of Albuquerque, Cultural Services Department and the Albuquerque Museum Foundation, The Museum continues to celebrate the rich culture of the people, history and art through local, regional, national and international exhibitions.
by Peter Adam Nash. The remarkable true story of Moses Ezekiel and his rise to international fame as an artist in late nineteenth-century Italy. Knighted by three European monarchs, courted by the rich and famous, Moses Ezekiel lived the life of an aristocrat with rarely a penny to his name. Making his home in the capacious ruins of the Baths of Diocletian in Rome, he quickly distinguished himself as the consummate artist and host, winning international fame for his work and consorting with many of the lions and luminaries of the fin-de-siècle world, including Giuseppe Garibaldi, Queen Margherita, Franz Liszt, Richard Wagner, Sarah Bernhardt, Gabriele D’Annunzio, Eleonora Duse, Annie Besant, Clara Schumann, Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, Alphonse Daudet, Mark Twain, Émile Zola, Robert E. Lee, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, and Isaac Mayer Wise.
The work of Rashan O. Jones, glass artist and educator. Rashan helped to found my glass program at Manzano Day School and is a remarkable alchemist in his own right!
Geistlight Photography-- Award-winning commercial and fine art photography studio (and photographer of my work since 1994). You can contact Margot Geist at .
We believe that equitable access to the arts is an integral part of a vibrant community, and our programs manifest this belief. We provide art education for all ages; community outreach projects and events; teaching and apprenticeship opportunities; and studios, exhibitions and professional development programs for both emerging and established artists.
516 ARTS is an independent, nonprofit arts and education organization, operating a museum-style gallery in the center of Downtown Albuquerque. Our mission is to forge connections between art and audiences, and our vision is to be an active partner in developing the cultural landscape of Albuquerque and New Mexico. Our values are inquiry, diversity, collaboration and accessibility. 516 ARTS offers programs that inspire curiosity, dialogue, risk-taking and creative experimentation, showcasing a mix of established, emerging, local, national and international artists from a variety of cultural backgrounds.