Two New Mexico State University professors’ have installed an exhibition that tackles different and examines regional issues in the state of New Mexico such as inequality and justice.
NMSU professors Dulcinea Lara and Nicholas Navidad collaborated with artist Daniel Aguilera to bring the “Pasos Ajenos” exhibition to life.
“Pasos Ajenos” includes 12 interactive installations that examine issues such as migration, race, gender, poverty, border health, and poverty.
The “Pasos Ajenos” exhibition will be open from March 12th at the Bernalillo Community Garden Museum in Bernalillo, New Mexico through June 25th.
The exhibition is free admission and opens to any members of the public from 10 AM to 3 AM, Tuesdays through Saturdays.
For more information on this exhibition, please visit the article down below, published by the Las Cruces Sun-News.