Saturday, October 21, 2017// 2:00 to 4:00 pm MDT
66 Mile Radius
Documentary Film of New Mexico artists
Video recording of the presentation:
The UNM Alumni Association in partnership with the Tamarind Institute and the Harwood Museum of Art are hosting a showing of “66 Mile Radius”. The 45-minute documentary film “66 Mile Radius” focuses on three New Mexico artists – Nina Elder, Tom Miller and Judy Tuwaletstiwa – and offers a glimpse into the creative practice of art and filmmaking. After watching the documentary directed by Melinda Frame, who is a Regional Emmy Award winning producer, director, cinematographer, writer and editor, please join us for a question and answer session with the New Mexico artists, and students and administrators from UNM.
Ticketing and Registration:
The event is free, and limited to the first 100 people to RSVP.
For more information, contact Kim Feldman by phone at 505 277-9092 or by email.
Location and Parking:
Location: Harwood Museum of Art (opens in new window) , 238 Ledoux St., Taos, NM 87571; 575-758-9826
Parking: Parking can be difficult on Taos Plaza. Limited street parking is available on Ledoux Street. Free parking is available in the museum's parking lot on Ranchitos Street, directly across from the museum between Ledoux and Ranchitos Streets. Other options include metered spots in the parking lot at Guadalupe Plaza on Camino de la Placita, metered spots on Taos Plaza, or free parking in the Town of Taos lot on Camino de la Placita.
For questions or more information:
Alumni Relations Office