Photograph by Daniel Ulibarri

Exhibition Tour with Nancy Zastudil and Jennifer Nehrbass

Saturday, July 13, 2024 2pm – 3pm

Join Nancy Zastudil, curator of New Worlds: New Mexico Women to Watch 2024, as she guides you through the exhibition offering insight into her curatorial process, the Women to Watch exhibition series, and the work on view. She will be joined by exhibiting artist Jennifer Nehrbass, who will speak to her work on display. Questions and conversation are encouraged throughout.

Sliding Scale Suggested Donation: $1, $5, $10. Get your tickets here.

Nancy Zastudil is an independent editor, writer, and curator working toward equitable representation in the arts. Most recently, she was associate editor at Hyperallergic, and from 2018 to 2021, she was gallery director at Tamarind Institute where she curated exhibitions around themes of identity, belonging, and narrative. Previously, Zastudil was administrative director of the Frederick Hammersley Foundation, owner of Central Features Contemporary Art, and associate director of the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts at the University of Houston.
Zastudil has edited numerous artist books, monographs, and exhibition catalogs, and her writing has appeared in Arts + Culture Texas, Art Ltd., Art Lies, Dance Houston, Edible New Mexico, Hyperallergic, Southwest Contemporary, and more. She received her MA in Curatorial Practice from California College of the Arts in 2007 and her BFA in Painting and Drawing from The Ohio State University in 2001.

Jennifer Nehrbass is a painter living and working in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and was born in West Bend, Wisconsin in 1970. She received her B.S. in Art and Textile Design from the University of Wisconsin, a MA in Painting from New York University, and a MFA in painting from the University of New Mexico. Her work is represented by Brunnhofer Gallery in Linz, Austria, Julie Nester Gallery in Park City, and Visions West in Denver. Her work was added into the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art: Feminist Art Base at the Brooklyn Museum.