15/07/2024 1:50 PM


Adorn your Feelings

Art exhibit documents memories from the pandemic

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) — A unique art exhibit returns to Albuquerque documenting what lifetime appeared like for New Mexicans for the duration of the pandemic. The display screen referred to as Missing and Observed includes hundreds of notes and flags submitted by neighborhood users.

“There is hundreds of recollections from mundane little matters to monumental times,” explained Diana Delgado the Local community Outreach Coordinator for the metropolis of Albuquerque’s Office of Art and Society.

The job commenced previous calendar year as a collaboration concerning the town of Albuquerque and Fourteen-Fifteen Gallery and began as a call to action by Mayor Tim Keller to doc recollections all through the pandemic. The unique exhibit showcased 500 black and white flags developed by area artists representing loss and hope. Now people putting this exhibit with each other are recreating those people flags on fabric.

“Its really outstanding just like the volume of folks that we had been capable to hook up with. From all distinct ages simply because the experiences have been just so rigorous,” reported Delgado.

The function will acquire put June 10, from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Alpaca Gallery found at 1415 4th St. SW. The artwork will be up right until the stop of the thirty day period and the show is cost-free to the public.


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