When: Sept. 19 & 20
Location: National Hispanic Cultural Center
Purchase Tickets by phone at (505) 982-1851
General Admission: Free
Judith Fein will be talking about her artwork with animal bones and the power and impact of both human and animal ancestors. The exhibit and book signing of THE SPOON FROM MINKOWITZ: A Bittersweet Roots Journey to Ancestral Lands, is curated by the gallery owner of the Last Gallery on the Right (Canyon Road) and will include the work of 8-10 artists interpreting their own roots. Fein has been painting on the bones of bison and elk as a way of interpreting the importance of creativity as a method of reaching and interpreting our ancestral roots.