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Movement 1, Frame 11 from the Spiral Symphony (detail), 1938
Exhibition: HINDSIGHT / INSIGHT: Reflecting on the Collection
08/24/2018 – TBD (more information)
Horace Towner Pierce
(American, 1945 – 2017)
Movement 1, Frame 11 from the Spiral Symphony (detail), 1938
Watercolor on paper,
6-3/4 x 9 inches
Purchase, funds from the Edith Gregg Bequest, Raymond Jonson Collection, 85.36.11
Exhibition: HINDSIGHT / INSIGHT: Reflecting on the Collection
08/24/2018 – TBD (more information)
Judy Chicago (American, b. 1939) Tamarind Institute (American, established Albuquerque, 1970)
Through the Flower 3, 1972
Color lithograph, 22 x 22 inches
The Tamarind Archive Collection, 72.458
Through the Flower 3, 1972

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  • Directions
    The UNM Art Museum is located within the Center for the Arts complex off of Redondo Drive near the UNM Bookstore. From I-25 North or South, exit Central Avenue and travel east for approximately 1 mile. Parking is available at the Parking Garage, east of the Center for the Arts at Redondo Drive and Stanford.
  • Policies and Questions

    Mission
    The UNM Art Museum's Education department seeks to bring visitors and works of art together in meaningful ways. Because our guests range in age from toddlers to seniors, come from diverse backgrounds, and seek varied experiences from art, our education programs are flexible, while being grounded in experiential, interactive and inquiry-based learning theories.

    The UNM Art Museum offers a menu of choices for University as well as K-12 learning; including Guided Visits, High School Internships, Evenings for Educators, & Professional Development.

    The Museum’s Collection, Exhibitions, Beaumont Newhall Study Room, Enyeart/Malone Library and Archive, and public programs serve to support University courses, student internships, and research in a variety of subject areas.

    Art Historian and Educator Sara Otto-Diniz Ph.D., is the Curator of Academic Initiatives at the UNM Art Museum and previous founder of the non-profit organization Art in the School, Inc.. She has over twenty-five years experience creating rich learning environments for K-12 and University students through which they forge their own personal responses to art. In addition Sara frequently conducts professional development seminars for teachers in the Albuquerque area. She and her undergraduate and graduate university art students strive to create enriching experiences through meaningful conversation surrounding issues of humanity, fostering the opening of creative modes of thinking in the visual arts.

    UNM Art Museum Permanent Collection
    With close to 30,000 objects, the University Art Museum houses by far the largest fine art collections in New Mexico. These collections enable us to fulfill our mandated missions: to educate about and through art, to directly support the academic programs of the University of New Mexico, to enrich the cultural life of the city and the state, and to contribute to the international scholarly community.

    The Beaumont Newhall Study Room
    The Beaumont Newhall Study Room provides access to view and study works on paper from the UNM Art Museum’s vast collection that includes over 10,000 photographs and early cased objects, more than 10,000 prints which date from the Weltchronik (World Chronicle) 1493 to the present day, the Tamarind Lithography Archive, and nearly 1,000 drawings. This rich resource is available to all scholars, students, faculty, and interested individuals. Information for visits and policies are listed below.

    The Enyeart/Malone Library and Archive comprises a significant collection of twentieth-century monographs and other photography related books, many of which are rare signed first editions. In addition, the archive contains materials from James Enyeart's long professional career as an arts administrator (former Director of the George Eastman House, Center for Creative Photography and founding Director of the Marion Center, College of Santa Fe, to name just a few of his important appointments) which includes exhibition records, correspondence between photographers and other artists, audio, video tapes and other media files that profile artists lives.

    The library/archive is open by appointment only. Please contact the curator or assistant curator, as listed below, to schedule an appointment.

    The Newhall Study Room is open by appointment on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00-11:45 am and 1:30-4:00 pm. Please contact Sherri Sorensen, Assistant Curator, (277.2953, sorensen@unm.edu) or Michele Penhall, Curator, Prints and Photographs, (277.2868, kapu@unm.edu) to schedule a visit.


  • Exhibitions
  • HINDSIGHT / INSIGHT: Reflecting on the Collection
    August 24, 2018 – TBD
    (more information)

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