Neal Ambrose-Smith, č̓ č̓en̓ u kʷes xʷúyi (Where are you going?), 2021, neon, wood.

ONLINE MEMBERS EVENT: Gallery Tour for Members

Friday, April 2, 2021 6pm – Sunday, April 4 3:34

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516 ARTS invites our members to a live online visit to the current exhibitions guided by guest curator Suzanne Newman Fricke, PhD. Members will virtually move in the gallery space following the curator in an interactive visitto the exhibitions Neal Ambrose-Smith: The (Tense) Present and Afton Love: Perfect Union. Participants will be able to ask questions and dialogue with the curator in real time. Suzanne Newman Fricke earned her doctorate in Native American art history from the University of New Mexico specializing in contemporary Native American Arts. For over 25 years, she taught a variety of art history courses at the University of New Mexico and the Institute of American Indian Arts. As an independent curator, she organized a number of exhibitions in the United States and internationally. Her writings include a special edition of World Art Journal about Indigenous Futurisms. In 2020, she opened Gallery Hózhó at Hotel Chaco, a fine art gallery dedicated to artists from New Mexico.