No Land welcomes Katie Johnson for their farewell (for now) to Santa Fe. Katie will be sharing their latest writings and be joined by Juro Gagne and Curtis Muller.
Drew MC’s Love Spell was sparked by a romance, but that’s just the prologue. The Santa Fe artist spent over a year exchanging intimate text messages and photographs with a faraway lover. When he vanished into the digital void, she was left with hundreds of images of herself. From this incomplete record of a distinctly modern relationship, MC drew, collaged and sculpted a mystical origin story for a new type of epic hero. Love Spell, opening Saturday, May 25 at No Land, unravels contemporary notions of faith, duty, destiny and identity.
Join No Land for a performance by Theodore Cale Schafer as part of Emily Margarit Mason's Shadows Through a Petal. Theodore will be presenting digitally manipulated, granular piano compositions. No Land will open at 7:30pm with the performance beginning at 8:00pm. This is a free performance with donations for the performer accepted at the door.
For Emily Margarit Mason, the deserts and mountains of New Mexico have a lot in common with the beaches of Florida where she grew up. Her art, in turn, pays homage to both mountain and sky, desert and ocean—the past echoing within. Her first solo exhibition in Santa Fe, Shadows Through a Petal features meditations on place and memory that incorporate digital photography with an overtly physical art-making process. The exhibition goes on view at No Land with an opening reception on Saturday, October 27, from 6 to 9pm.
I AM A WILD HOME is TIME BEINGS performance ritual inspired by and performed within Niomi Fawn's show WILD HOME at NO LAND gallery 7pm- 8pm September 29th 2018. The TIME BEINGS are Áine Pierandi McCarthy and Ekalos Ume Reed and their collaborators.
Join Niomi Fawn at No Land for an artist talk about their solo exhibition Wild Home. Light refreshments will be served.
“I want to make objects that feel like artifacts of a time gone by, or maybe like old bones that you’d find in the forest,” Fawn says. “When you see something like that, you want to preserve and protect it, to bring it home.” The artist sees a strong connection between nature and the domestic space: both are sanctuaries that allow us to shed rigid societal labels and embrace more complex conceptions of our identities.
Join Niomi Fawn for a special event among the artworks of their solo exhibition WILD HOME at NO LAND art space. Additional details are forthcoming.
In Niomi Fawn’s professional life, anywhere and everywhere could be an art venue. They’re the owner of Curate Santa Fe, a company that injects challenging artwork into quotidian spaces across town. In a new solo exhibition at Strangers Collective's NO LAND art space, Fawn shifts focus from the public sphere to the most intimate context.
Join Damon and Sabrina Griffith of Flying Wall Studios for a puppet demonstration on the last night of their exhibition, The Mechanics of Play, at No Land. They'll bring together local performers for this special event—a final, dynamic look at the moveable universe they created for the show!
Damon and Sabrina Griffith of Flying Wall Studios unite local performers for a puppet demonstration at No Land on Sunday, 6/17, 2-4 pm. The free event is part of their two-artist show The Mechanics of Play, a presentation of elaborate puppets that blurs the line between toy and sculpture.
Strangers Collective and Erin Mickelson of Broken Cloud Press lead a zine making workshop at UNM-Taos as part of Sarah Darlene Palmeri’s The Magazine Project.
Performer and writer Emmaly Wiederholt (of Stance On Dance) presents the original performance piece "Don't You Want to Dance?" among the artworks of Mirror Box. The performance takes place on the last day of the exhibition—a final contribution that completes the show and offers a fresh way of experiencing the rest of the work.
$5-$25 suggested donation
Sarah Darlene Palmeri collaborates with Strangers Collective to present The Magazine Project at UNM-Taos, the second stop on a national tour for the installation. The exhibition opens in the UNM-Taos Atrium Gallery on Thursday, April 5 from 5-7 pm.
Kyle Farrell, Alex Gill and Jordan Eddy, co-directors of Strangers Collectiveand the No Land art space, curate this exhibition of emerging artists and writers at form & concept. The curators will convene a number of the show's contributors for a dynamic walkthrough of the show at this special event.
Liz Brindley leads a paper making workshop as part of her exhibition & artist residency, GARLIC. Learn how to make paper using recycled materials and garlic skins! The paper we create will be used as recipe cards to take home and give away at the GARLIC closing reception.
$30 | 2 hours
Ariana will present a creative communication writing workshop called, "Hear It Is". This workshop invites attendees to work with the sonics of language in experimental ways in order to write a poem which reflects one's innate sense of sound. How do you create meaning from sound? I
Where do we go from here? To a reading at No Land, featuring nine different writers' ruminations on space and displacement both internal and external. On the walls, the experimental prints and photographs of Adriana Barrios and Barbara Justice serve as backdrop - meditations on presence and place to their words. Local writer Katie Johnson hosts this special event.
Marcus Zúñiga leads a walkthrough of Ya Veo, the inaugural exhibition atStrangers Collective's NO LAND art space. The event takes place at 54 1/2 E. San Francisco St. #7 (door is to the right of the Häagen-Dazs on the Plaza) on Saturday, April 15 at 6 pm. This talk is free and open to the public.
Come hustle with Strangers Collective for an ART TRIATHLON all across downtown Santa Fe on Saturday, Feb. 11 from 11-4 pm. Jordan Eddy, Kyle Farrell & Kelly Skeen (+ Kelly's puppy, Elby) will be walking between each of these events, but you can join us by foot or by car for any/all of the proceedings. It begins at Center for Contemporary Arts at 11:00 am, and ends at form & concept around 4:00 pm.
The classic ice cream social goes postal! SCUBA and Strangers Collective present an end-of-summer bash at their collaborative show DISPATCH. For the exhibition, 96 local artists built a monumental map of Santa Fe's art scene. Come eat some homemade ice cream by artist Ric Lum, and write a postcard to one of the art spaces that's represented in the show. By the end of the evening, we'll drop 96 letters in the mail and bring two ends of the Santa Fe art world closer together.
Ice Cream Postal is at Art.i.fact, 930 Baca Street, on Friday, August 19 from 5-8 pm. This event is FREE.