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California Conversations (Zoom) with Lucy Lippard and Judith Lowry
September 14 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pmFree
Thursday Sept 14, 2pm Santa Fe time.
California Conversations at the Wheelwright (Zoom link here.)
Please join the Wheelwright Museum for a zoom discussion between a California Stars exhibition artist and art critic who will talk about the resilience of First California women artists. Featuring Judith Lowry (Hammawi Band Pit River/ Mountain Maidu/ Washoe/ Scottish/ Irish/ Australian) and acclaimed art critic Lucy Lippard. The discussion will be introduced by Chief Curator Andrea R. Hanley (Navajo). All of those who registered before the morning of Sept 13 received the zoom link via email. All others should use the link above.
Lucy R. Lippard is a writer, activist, sometime curator, and author of 27 books on contemporary art and cultural criticism, including her most recent books, STUFF: Instead of a Memoir (2023), Undermining: A Wild Ride through Land Use, Politics, and Art in the Changing West (2014),
And Down Country: The Tano of the Galisteo Basin, 1250-1782 (2010). A prolific award winner, she has co-founded various artists’ organizations and publications. She lives off the grid in rural Galisteo, New Mexico, where for 26 years she has edited the monthly community newsletter El Puente de Galisteo.
Judith Lowry (Hammawi Band Pit River/ Mountain Maidu/Washoe/ Scottish/ Irish/ Australian) creates narrative paintings that address issues of feminism, ecology, and spirituality. In 1993, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian featured Lowry in Continuum 12, a series of solo exhibitions by a dozen artists representing the next generation of Native American artists in the 20th Century. The Wheelwright Museum featured Lowry in a 1999 exhibition, Illuminations: Paintings by Judith Lowry. She received a fellowship from the Joan Mitchell Foundation in 2000. Lowry helped found the California Heritage: Indigenous Research Project, which is dedicated to the preservation of Native culture. Her work has been exhibited in numerous museums and can be found in many prominent institutions including the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, Autry Museum of the American West, the Crocker Art Museum, the National Museum of the American Indian, the Smithsonian Institution, and the Peabody Essex Museum.