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Upcoming mobile gallery schedule 

Friday: Form and Concept 435 Guadalupe St. 4-7

Saturday: Abiquiu Library 11-1

Sunday: Santa Fe Botanical Garden 12-5

Brian Fleetwood

A Mobile artist Residency Program from Axle and Georgia O'Keeffe Museum's ART TO G.O.

Axle Contemporary and the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum are pleased to announce the Mobile Artist in Residency Program. Brian Fleetwood (Mvskoke Creek) has been tapped as the first Mobile Artist in Residence of the program, with a focus on community identity, jewelry-making, and plastics. 


Exhibition at Axle Contemporary
in collaboration with the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
April 19-May 19, 2024

Opening Reception--Friday April 19th, 5-7 pm
Santa Fe Railyard Plaza
by the Water Tower/Shade Structure
with live vacuum-forming and injection-moulding demonstrations
and a live acoustic guitar set by Jacob Shije


at the Railyard Park's Earth Day celebration
in the park, behind SITE Santa Fe
Saturday, April 20th, 10am - 2pm
with live vacuum-forming and injection-moulding demonstrations

visit for other locations and times.

For the past several months artist Brian Fleetwood (Mvskoke Creek) has been the inaugural social engagement artist-in-residence in a program with the new Georgia O'Keeffe Museum's Art to G.O. mobile studio. Axle Contemporary its pleased to partner with this program and to present an exhibition of the works Fleetwood has made in collaboration with participants from Abiquiu, The Institute for American Indian Arts, and The New Mexico School for the Arts.

Fleetwood’s project addresses community identity and plastics.  Fleetwood engaged community members to join in transforming their recyclable single-use plastics into works of wearable art. In each community, Fleetwood convened meetings to collaboratively design castable jewelry pieces that speak to the identity of each group/place. Back in his studio and with assistance from other IAIA faculty and students, he has created molds for the series of designs and cast a series of jewelry using the recycled plastic collected. Fleetwood has used the plastics collected in each community to make the jewelry designed by that community.

MORE INFO HERE: Place/Holding

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Axle Contemporary programming is supported by Axle Projects, Inc.  Axle Projects is supported through individual donations, grants, including from the City of Santa Fe's Arts & Culture Department, Sulica, and the Meow Wolf Foundation. This project is made possible in part by New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Exhibitions in the Santa Fe Railyard are made possible through the support of The Railyard Art Project.  If you are interested in supporting Axle Projects, visit the website here.


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