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2019 Poster Art by Yazzie

 

2019 Official Poster

Congratulations to NWNMAC board member, contemporary Diné - Hopi Artist, Venaya Yazzie whose art has been selected as the 2019 official poster for the 98th Annual Gallup Inter-Tribal Ceremonial on August 2-11, 2019 at Red Rock State Park, in Gallup, NM. Venaya will be present for the event to sign posters and artist demo.

"Dawn Mist Girl" is a mixed media piece on Arches archival paper. The painting is rooted in the stories of Dine' (Navajo) story of emergence and migration of the People in the time before the Fourth World existence.

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Welcome

The Northwest New Mexico Arts Council was formed to sponsor and encourage cultural and educational activities in Northwest New Mexico. The Council sponsors cooperative planning, research, fund raising, and public education programs, administers property, and undertakes such other services and programs deemed necessary to encourage participation and appreciation of arts by all citizens in the area. Overall organizational development and growth is a current target of the organization, rather than the current trend of proceeding on a project-by-project basis. Art shows and performances are the present project focus.

Our Mission

The Northwest New Mexico Arts Council is a supporter and advocate for the visual, literary and performing arts in Northwest New Mexico. It will seek to develop and provide education that will enhance the appreciation of all visual, literary and performing arts within the region. The Northwest New Mexico Arts Council recognizes the diversity of all cultures that contribute to the arts, and will support all traditions and art forms equally and enthusiastically.

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E-MAIL nwnmac1@gmail.com

Membership and Donations
NWNMAC
PO Box 2235
Farmington, NM 87499

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More RiverFest photos

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Creative New Mexico

ACreative New Mexico  reminder to expand your reach and resources by joining Creative New Mexico and its virtual network. They are a state-wide arts advocacy and education organization supporting New Mexico’s wide spread arts and cultural individuals, businesses, organizations and institutions. Find out more at http://www.creativenewmexico.org/. Join their mailing list or follow on Facebook. Their latest project was to create an online community for New Mexico’s artists, art businesses, arts organizations and even art/culture divisions of government. Check it out and join the conversation. https://creativenewmexico.ning.com/.

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Art in the Alley & Downtown Makers Market

Art in the Alley Art in the Alley Art in the Alley

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Interview your grandparents
8 year old Diego (1/2 Navajo, 1/2 Haitian) tells a story at the Children's Bilingual Book Festival

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Artwalk Photo Gallery


Limited Commemorative Posters
with $20 membership donation
(Request first, second and third choice) and mail to
PO Box 2235, Farmington, NM 87499
Kennith W. Gordon commemorative poster
High Desert Fine Art
Festival Poster by Betty Reed
Riverfest Fine Arts Show
Poster by Kennith W. Gordon
Riverfest Fine
Arts Show Poster
2012 Poster Karen Ellsworth Poster Michael Bulloch
Poster by Randy Follis Poster by Karen Ellsbury

Poster by Michael Bulloch

Yazzie Richard Mordecki Yazzie
Poster by Sharon Bulloch Poster by Richard Mordecki Poster by Venaya Yazzie

Our grateful THANKS to New Mexico Arts, A Division of the Office of Cultural Affairs, Navajo Traditional Energy Company, Target Stores, Best Buy Stores, ConocoPhillips, Connie Gotsch Foundation, 7211 Foods, Witter Bynner Foundation, New Mexico Office of African American Affairs and the City of Farmington.


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P.O. Box 2235, Farmington, NM 87499
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