Posts Tagged: land art
We are pleased to welcome 9 outstanding professionals into residency at the hacienda this Summer. Their various backgrounds in the arts and sciences will surely provide a very rich platform
Our winter 2017 session was curated by interdisciplinary artist Valeria Montoya from Mexico City, who selected five artists with cultural backgrounds tied to Mexico, the United States, Puerto Rico, Portugal and Germany.
During three weeks, artists explore their own relationships to vital resources such as land, fire, water, plants, food and communication, forging them into both established and imagined cultural representations.
In 2016, we are deepening our investigation of space, place and community, dedicating the winter session to spatial design and the summer session to performance art, directed by guest curators in art and architecture.
The residencies we sponsor act as a catalyst for creativity, as well as new relationships between participants, the surrounding environment, and our community.
For three weeks, six creative professionals in art, design, architecture and cultural anthropology were in residency. The exhibition showcases their creative explorations and resulting projects.
Five renowned artists and culture professionals with a unique mix of talents, from intricately designed embroidery to monumental land art, will be in residency this Summer.
It is summer now, and the rain’s turn at the hacienda, settling the “creative dust”, replenishing our water sources, and clearing out the air for next year’s programming.