The Chimera Manifesto was our featured indoor exhibition during our annual Encompass event. Learn more about Viola and her process in this digital studio visit.
We commissioned Caitlin Carcerano to create a mural for Encompass 2021! Learn more about Caitlin, her studio and her process through this studio visit with her.
A conversation with Harwood studio artist, Amy Mann.
A conversation with Harwood Studio Artist, Adrian Pijoan.
We reached out to Madelin at her studio in Northern New Mexico to see what she has been working on.
We hope you enjoy this special peek into her studio practice in anticipation of what’s to come in 2021.
A conversation with Harwood Studio Artist, Eric Romero.
Our May exhibitions have been postponed until 2021, but that didn’t stop us from catching up with our artists! Enjoy an studio visit with Katherine Hunt in anticipation of her 2021 exhibition, Until The Mud Settles.
A conversation with Harwood Studio Artist, Lea Anderson.
A conversation with Harwood Studio Artist, Helen Atkins.
A conversation with Harwood Studio Artist, Zahra Marwan.
Our January 2020 exhibiting artists, Andrew Fearnside and Molly Zimmer, did a question and answer exhange ahead of their solo exhibitions. They graciously shared their words with us, giving deeper insight into their creative practice.
View the latest press for Harwood Art Center.
Associate Director of Community Outreach Jennifer DePaolo reflects on the completion of Unidos by our Apprenticeship for Art & Social Justice.
Congratulations to the winners of our 2019 SURFACE: Emerging Artists of New Mexico endowed awards.
Associate Director of Community Outreach, Jen DePaolo, reflects on the inaugural year of our Apprenticeship for Art & Social Justice.
Jodie Herrera’s 2017 Art & Social Justice exhibition, Duality, features inspiring portraits of three local women and their stories of hardship, survival, and resilience.
Julia Mandeville–Chief Programs Officer of Harwood Art Center–was awarded Outstanding Young Nonprofit Professional for New Mexico, 2017. Watch her acceptance speech and read the transcript.
We look back at the past five years of our Surface: Emerging Artists of New Mexico program.
Elizabeth Catlett’s career impacted the not only the art world, but global conversations on oppressed populations in the way she highlighted the expereience of women of color and emphasized the importance of education.
Harwood will soon be adorned with a new facade mural, La Joya 2017, painted by Reyes Padilla and Natalie Voelker!