E Unibus Pluram: A You’re on TV Production
January Art Exhibit At Harwood Gallery: Opening Reception  Friday January 9 6-8pmWe are thrilled to announce our upcomming January 2015 exhibition featuring You’re On TV artists Kyle Erickson, Matthew Thorson & Zane White. The exhibition “E Unibus Pluram” offers a multimedia fine art and entertainment experience featuring a temporary television installation alongside personal works from the artists.  The artwork presents perspectives on mass media, wilderness, city life, and the cosmos, and explores how theese topics relate to social systems, both organic and contrived.This exhibition will be featured in the front gallery alongside an exhibition by Photographer Wes Naman and crew pre...
You’re On TV Presents: Analog
We are at it again! The You’re on TV Collective is working for a show opening on April 4, 2014 at The 5G Gallery! It will run from 6- 12pm to accomidate for the late night art seekers on first friday! Please join us for this special event. We have over 12 artists participating in this show from around New Mexico. The best and Brightest. Here are a few of the gems you will see at the show!Download Press Release Below!  View Larger Map
The Boro Gallery
Remember that awesome downtown gallery that showcased some of albuquerques best independent art as well as nationally recognized artists? What was the name?Oh yeah …. The Boro Gallery. What happened to that awesome space?Never fear! The Boro had to move, but only a month later it has reopened in the beautiful Village of Corrales. The new address is 4627 B Corrales rd. Located on the left side of Corrales rd. across from Kim Jew Photography.Join us on Saturday, September 14 from 12:00- 8:00 pm for the Grand Re Opening. There will be a BBQ with live music and demonstrations on Glass Blowing, Stained Glass Mosaic, and Pottery Techniques. Enjoy a day out of the daily grind of Albuquerque’s f...
The Old Schoolhouse Gallery and Studios
The Old Schoolhouse Gallery and Studios is a collaborative effort between Gallery owner Sharon Marks and her husband David Engelman, and Local Artists who work in the nearby studios. The Highlight of the studios is the ceramic facility which houses a downdraft gas kiln, two electric kilns, and four wheels. The ceramic studio is headed by Casey Pendergast a local Albuquerque ceramic artist who has contributed years of effort, time, and money to make the place what it is.I have Been a contributing artist there for a year and a half putting work into some building projects as well as helping run the studio. My work is also featured in the Schoolhouse gallery in the front.Regular Hours Wednesday...
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