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GEOMAGIC Panel Discussion

[Show slideshow]       The Geomagic Panel discussion, on October 13th, started off with an introduction of panelists Michelle Lanteri, Tiffany Santos, Kim Hanson, Kelsey McNamara, and Sara Woodbury. This panel focused on chosen questions by Tiffany Santos and Michelle Lanteri. Some of these questions included similarities and differences between art and science museums,…
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GEOMAGIC Artwork Spotlight

This week’s art spotlight for GEOMAGIC is focused on Emily Nachison and Amy Brener’s works. Emily Nachison’s piece titled Metonic Transfiguration is an installation that alludes to the history of scientific advancement. Through this piece Nachison sought to use mythology, scientific history, and new-age idealism as an overall theme. She also used cast glass as a…
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GEOMAGIC Lecture with Andrew Yang and Brian Hampton

This past Thursday we held our second GEOMAGIC lecture, “Time, Sediment, and Collective Transformation,”  This lecture  featured Artist Andrew Yang (via Skype) and Geologist Brian Hampton. Overall we had 41 people in attendance, and this was the gallery’s first Skype appearance! If you missed it don’t worry because you can view the pictures and videos below! Additionally,…
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GEOMAGIC Exhibition Images

Check out the photos of our exhibition GEOMAGIC below! All photos taken by photographer, Bree Lamb     1234789►

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NEOMAGIC: 2016 Zuhl Student Exhibition

    NEOMAGIC, juried by Marisa Sage and Tiffany Santos, is an exhibition featuring geological-inspired artworks by both undergraduate and graduate students from the NMSU Main Campus. With NEOMAGIC, the student version of the UAG’s GEOMAGIC, It was our intention to provide NMSU students an opportunity to show their work for an entire semester in conjunction…
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NEOMAGIC: Opening Reception

This past Friday the Zuhl Museum held the opening for NEOMAGIC: 2016 Zuhl Student Exhibition. NEOMAGIC is a geological-inspired juried student show that is accompanying our fall exhibition, GEOMAGIC: Art, Science and the Zuhl Collection. This juried exhibition features artworks by 9 undergraduate and graduate students from the NMSU Main Campus. These artists include Jennifer Abeyta, Debbie Jo…
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GEOMAGIC: Ryan Thompson and Nancy J. McMillan

    Our first GEOMAGIC Lecture in our series, “Color, Geology, Chemistry, and Relationships Between Humans and the Natural World” was this past Thursday! The lecture started off with a presentation about the science behind color by Geologist Nancy McMillan. Later on one of the featured artists, Ryan Thompson, who had flown in from Chicago to give a…
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Opening Reception of Geomagic: Art, Science and the Zuhl Collection

Our first exhibition of the 2016 Fall semester, Geomagic: Art, Science and the Zuhl Collection, opened to the public on Thursday, September 8th. GEOMAGIC transformed the UAG into an interdisciplinary Wunderkammer-like collection of wonder and education, unifying contemporary visual art and natural sciences concepts, and inciting exploratory dialogues surrounding the ever-shifting relationships between humans and nature. This…
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Your General Store at the University Art Gallery

  On August 15, 2015, via crane, Jason Middlebrook’s Your General Store descended upon the NMSU parking lot at the intersection of University and Solano Avenues, just outside the University Art Gallery in Williams Hall. Middlebrook’s store, a refurbished cargo vessel that operates as a trading post for artworks, originated at SITE Santa Fe and…
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