Annie Nash
Books and Catalogues


• Revised and rewrote Educational Master Plan, Version 2, for The International School at Mesa del Sol, May 2008
• PNM Foundation’s 20th Anniversary Luncheon, Speaker, December, 2004
• ”Get That Grant!” New Mexico Association of Non-Public Schools, Santa Fe, 2002
• “The playful prodigy,” quoted by J.M. Baról for article on student-artist Carter Roberson, The Albuquerque Tribune, July 5, 2002, La Vida Section, p. C1
• “Clearcut (Borderlands #13), image accompanying text in "Talking Visions: Multicultural Feminism in a Transnational Age", Ella Shohat, ed., MIT Press and The New Museum publishers, 1999.
• “What You’re Looking At: Art and the Politics of Personal Space,” Native American Art Studies Association Biennial Conference, Berkeley, CA, October 1997.
• ”Artists' Books," Albuquerque United Artists, Harwood Center, April 1996
• "Contemporary Native American Women Artists: Claiming Identity" (revised and updated): Independent Schools of the Southwest Conference, New Orleans, LA, March 1996
• "Everyday Realities," for the panel “Revolutionizing Tradition/Cementing the Cannon [sic], Women's Caucus for Art Conference, Boston, Mass., February 1996
• “Creating and Recreating: Art, Play, and Identity,” Native American Art Studies Association Biennial Conference, Tulsa, OK, October 1995.
• “VIVA FRIDA! VIVA DIEGO!” Manzano Day School Parents' Association, April 1996 and New Mexico Association of Non-Independent Schools Conference, Albuquerque, NM, October 1995
• In My Own Voice, artwork included on CD-ROM, Sunburst Communications, Inc., 1996
• Photography Center Quarterly, The Center for Photography Woodstock, Woodstock, New York:
#62 THE GIFT OF COURSE (Summer 1995)
#56: THE JOY OF COLLECTING (Fall, 1993)
• Art In General Manual: 1993 - 1994, Art In General, NYC, 1994
• Historical Reflections, Spring 1995, Vol. 21, no 2, Alfred University Press
• Native American Painters of the Twentieth Century: The Works of 61 Artists, Robert Henkes, ed. (Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Co., Inc., 1995).
• "Humor in Native American Art," 1993 Native American Art Studies Biennial Conference, Santa Fe, New Mexico, November 4-6. 1993
• "Native American Women Artists: Claiming Identity," Proteus: A Journal of Ideas, Fall 1993, Shippensburg, PA 17257.
• "Paintings of Desire," Seafood Leader, Fall 1993, Seattle, WA
• "Native American Women Artists: Claiming Identity," paper for College Art Association Conference, Seattle, February 1993
• "American Art/African Culture," Multicultural Perspectives, Winter 1993, Volume 1, Number 1, published by Interschool, NYC
• "Art, Identity, and Meaning," The Bulletin (ATIS), reprinted from The Collegiate Review, Spring 1991
• "Reflections on Teaching," News From Collegiate, Winter 1992
• "Kia Orana, Atiu," Collected Papers of the Earthwatch/Cook Islands Project:1985-1988, University of Guam Press*"Kia Orana, Atiu," 1989 Earthwatch Briefing: Cook Islands Project, excerpt from article based on field report

Articles and Reviews


• ABQ Arts, featured as local gallery artist, October 2005
• “Artist blends birds, words and paint in abstract creations,” Jeff Commings, Albuquerque Tribune, January 31, 2003, La Vida Section, p. C4
• "Farbenfeuerwerk aus New Mexico," Norddeutsche Neueste Nachrichten Rostocker Anzeiger, Rostock, Germany, July 4, 1996, pp. 1 and 15
• Gallery Review, Crosswinds, Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 1996
• "Goddess of a thousand faces," Kathi Norklun, Woodstock Times, March 30, 1995, p. 20
• "Artists Vary in Use of Space, Imagery," Wesley Pulkka, Albuquerque Journal, September 22, 1994, Rio Section, p. E20
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