Taliesin Artist in Residency Program

Converging Voices: Visiting Artist Lecture featuring Nina Dubois + Colette Vermeulen.

7:00 pm, Friday, November 4th. Reception to follow

Pavilion Theater at Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona

Free and open to the public




On the Edge of Your Seat: Chairs for the 21st Century

The Center for Art in Wood

May 30, 2015 to June 7, 2016

Opening reception on Friday, May 6, 5pm.

141 N. 3rd Street Philadelphia, PA 19106




SITE Scholar Alumni Exhibition at Peters Projects

April 30, 2015 to June 7, 2015

Opening reception on Thursday, April 30, 5-7pm.

1011 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe NM 87501




‘The Human Drift’ is a must-see, by Wesley Pulkka

Exhibition Review

The Albuquerque Journal, Sunday March 22, 2015

The exhibition is a part of the citywide collaboration On the Map: Unfolding Albuquerque Art + Design.




SCA Contemporary Art is pleased to announce:

The Human Drift: Bart Prince, Steve Barry & T. Fitzallan (Sheri Crider and Nina Dubois)

Open from February 27 – April 10, 2015 with a reception on Friday, March 6, 5-8p.

The exhibition is a part of the citywide collaboration On the Map: Unfolding Albuquerque Art + Design.






July 25th: Inauguration of "Morning Glory" - created with Billy Joe Miller and Littleglobe for

ID LIVE! - Stories of Route 66: The International District - a weekend festival of events (July 25-27, 2014) in the International District (ID) of Albuquerque, New Mexico,

presenting works of art and performance co-created over 7 months by a Littleglobe multidisciplinary artist team and over 138 community members.


Participating in SOMA Summer 2014 program, Mexico City

June 30 to August 22, 2014

SOMA Summer offers a series of short seminars and workshops led by a selection of renowned Mexican and international artists.

Participants will meet weeklyfor individual critiques with a variety of artists and curators.

Activities are designed to promote intense creative work and artistic dialogue.

SOMA Summer 2014 will focus on the notions of participation and collaboration in art.


HDTS 2013: OCTOBER 12 - OCTOBER 19, 2013

High Desert Test Sites hits the road for a full week of experimental art and exploration, from Joshua Tree to Albuquerque!

HDTS 2013, the ninth program in a series of free ranging and ever evolving contemporary art events, expands our range and depth to take in everything from

Joshua Tree, California to Albuquerque, New Mexico.




July 2013: Nina Dubois and Eso Robinson in residence at PLAND

What does it mean to reside in a place? What supports or limits a life off the grid? What happens when your cell phone loses its charge and the sun goes down and

the water supply runs low? Each year, PLAND offers a number of residency awards to individuals and collaborative groups who apply through an open call process.




ISEA 2012: Machine Wilderness September 19 - January 6, 2012

In September, 2012, the worlds of art, science and technology came together in Albuquerque, New Mexico for a six day, international conference, which kicked off a season-long exhibition and series of public programs around the region.

The title “Machine Wilderness” referenced the New Mexico region as an area of rapid growth and technology within vast expanses of open land, and presented visions for how technology and the natural world can coexist to support life on Earth.




Selected for the 2012-13 SITE Scholar program

The public is invited to a ceremony to honor northern New Mexico’s highest achieving undergraduate and graduate art students at SITE Santa Fe on November 30, 2012 from 6-7 pm.

The 14 students selected for the 2012-13 SITE Scholar program are given opportunities to network and work collaboratively on a project to be presented in a museum context.

This year students will engage with the More Real? exhibition that is presented at SITE through January 2013.