New Mexico Arts Centennial Project Space
New Mexico Arts Centennial Project Space seeks to expand the reach of the state’s public art program through collaboration with a diverse range of New Mexico artists. In 2011 and 2012 we will celebrate New Mexico’s centennial with unique visions of the state's history and the legacy of its people from a contemporary perspective.
New Mexico Arts Centennial Project Space presents a rigorous exhibition schedule in an accessible downtown creative space committed to the presentation and promotion of innovative space-specific installations.
The New Mexico Arts Centennial Project Space is located at 54 1/2 East San Francisco Street, Suite 2 on the Santa Fe Plaza above the popular Haagen-Dazs ice cream shop.
Regular Hours: Monday–Friday 10AM–5 PM
June 3 - July 14 — Julia Barello—Inside Out—recycled medical imaging films culled from hospital recycling bins
July 29 - September 9 — highlights from the New Mexico Arts Permanent Collection
October 7 - November 4 — Joel Hobbie—Untitled Space—interactive sculpture
December 9 - December 30 — Susan Carlisle & Bruce Hamilton—Runaways: awareness of invasive non-indigeous plants that are taking over native habitats—mixed-media installation
January 13 - February 17 — Michael Darmody—House of Cards—collage installation
March 2 - March 16 — Rahul Shinde—In-Sight—mixed-media installation
April 13 - May 2 — Nancy Judd—Consumption—recycled furniture and objects installation
May 25 - June 29 — Jonathan Blaustein—Mine—photography installation
July 20 - August 31 — Ethan Bach—The Royal Road—interactive media
September 28 - November 9, 2012 — Don Redman—Obscura—site-specific installation