Supporting Artistic Practices Around New Mexico

About the Program

The Mobile Artist in Residence Program is an initiative utilizing the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum’s Art to G.O. truck to support an artist’s creative practice. It harnesses the mobility of the art truck which serves as a versatile toolbox to engage with diverse communities. This program is aimed to foster creativity, meaningful connections, and cultural conversations.

Photograph of two people standing side by side. The person on the left is shorter and wears glasses and a light button-up shirt. The person on the right is older and wear an orange shirt. Both look straight at the camera. Behind them are green trees

‘Species Pending’ by Jamison Chās Banks and Animkeewa White Eagle

Two Santa Fe artists have been selected as the 2024–2025 Mobile Artists in Residence. Animkeewa White Eagle and Jamison Chās Banks will collaborate on Species Pending.

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Close-up photograph of a pair of hands holding a plastic mold over a table. On the table are small colorful plastic creations.

Past Projects | ‘Place/Holding’ 2023-2024

Mobile Artist in Residence, Brian Fleetwood created Place/Holding, a project focused on community identity, jewelry-making, and plastics.

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