More than 500 works of student art are on display at Western New Mexico’s Miller Library for the annual K12 Southwest Student Art Exhibition. Kindergarten through 12th grade students from 10 schools in Silver, Cobre and Lordsburg School Districts participated in this annual event that spotlights creative excellence and achievement.
Explore printed matter made by artists working throughout the Southwest! From letterpress greeting cards to live screen printing demos to limited edition lithographs, the Artisan Marketplace will have something for everyone.
Husband and wife duo Case and Heather Tanner bring together a range of talented musicians for a lively show, taking audiences by the hand and leading them through a what's cool tour of music. Their eclectic mix of everything from funk and blues to R&B ballads has been rocking crowds since 2008. A rhythmic, acoustic feel on top of relatable songwriting is the leading tone behind their collaborative music.
The Silver City Blues Festival has grown into one of the largest events in southwest New Mexico, bringing national and international performers to the stage. Attendees bring their families to the park for fun, music, arts & crafts and great food.
The Mimbres Region Arts Council is working to increase student access to arts experiences. This includes musical performances, a K-12 Art exhibition and competition with scholarship prizes, creatives in the classrooms, a traveling art exhibition and the Youth Mural program.
Favianna Rodriguez is a visual artist and community organizer who merges her artistic practice with political activism. Through her bold, vivid artwork, she has become a leading voice in raising awareness about immigration, women's issues, globalization and economic injustice.
At the 2008 Serious Play conference, designer Tim Brown talks about the powerful relationship between creative thinking and play -- with many examples you can try at home (and one that maybe you shouldn't).
Art Spark! - Here's a fun art game that will inspire loads of fun. There are many versions of this project on the internet as well as great videos of Joan Miro's works. Also check out the La Poetisa Animation post.