The Advanced Interdisciplinary Portfolio in Photography class hosts an opening reception Friday, Nov. 10 from 6 to 10 p.m. to feature work from nine emerging visual UNM student artists. The art show will be located at CFA Downtown Studio 113 4th St., NW.
The event, titled “Pavlov’s Dogs: An Art Show,” features interdisciplinary artwork that will include pieces which integrate egg shells, blood, audio, politics, barbed wire and the unveiling of a modern Pavlov. The show revolves not only around each person’s work within the course, but around the notion of conditioned responses between art, audience and artist.
The purpose of the Advanced Interdisciplinary Portfolio in Photography class is designed to allow students to work in any medium one chooses; so as to produce a body of work that is supplemented by intensive critiques and professional practices.
Instructor Meggan Gould describes the class as an opportunity to “establish a sustainable and productive studio practice.”
“Pavlov’s Dogs: An Art Show” is coordinated and sponsored by the artists enrolled in the Advanced Interdisciplinary Portfolio course.
Free food and drinks will be provided and will include light refreshments with a variety of cookies.
The gallery will be available for viewing by appointment Nov. 10 - 27. Contact Rapheal Begay at ra1F@unm.edu, or one of the featured artists to schedule an appointment.