Admission: Free and open to the public
Cut+Paste Society present two community conversations in conjunction with New Mexico Museum of Art
– Revolutions, Big and Small –
Can creative beings, with a committed daily practice that mimics the revolutions of the sun, along with larger shifts in their consciousness, give rise to works that can effect change—both individually and collectively? In these two community conversations, Cut+Paste Society and friends share insight into the creative process through two readings. Open to the Public. Free with museum admission (NM residents free on Sundays) The conversations take place in the Education Parlor of the exhibit Local Color: Judy Chicago in New Mexico 1984-2014.
– Small Revolutions –
Sunday, August 17, 2pm-3:30pm
Artists and writers share journal entries to spark conversation on daily practice. Hosted by Edie Tsong with Niomi Fawn, Jamie Figueroa, Cristina Gonzalez, and Miriam Sagan.
– Big Revolutions –
Sunday, September 14, 2pm-3:30pm
Artist and writers share a defining moment that shaped the course of their creative lives, followed by a group conversation. Hosted by Alicia Marie Rencontre da Silva.