Movers and Shakers –
Works by Artists Who Teach, Lead and Inspire
March 6, 2020 - May 29, 2020
curated by Gallery Director Regina Held
Please scroll down to find a representative piece of each artist's work, with links to the artists' gallery pages where all of their work can be viewed, along with detailed information about each piece, and links to each artist's Bio.
For those who were able to come to our Open House on March 6, we hope you enjoyed it and thank you very much for coming!
Below you'll find a representative piece of each artist's work, with links to the artists' gallery pages where all of their work can be viewed, along with detailed information about each piece, and links to each artist's Bio.
Important Announcement - Coronavirus
With an abundance of caution and to protect patients, doctors, staff, visitors and artists, and minimize risk of exposure to the Coronavirus, and in accordance with nationwide recommendations, for the immediate future we have suspended all gallery related events, including the Open Houses at the start of each new event, and the evening "Walk and Talk" that we have had midway through each show, and we have suspended arrangements for personal tours during business hours.
If you are interested in possibly purchasing one or more of the items exhibited here on the Gallery With A Cause, please don't hesitate to call (505) 828-3791 to speak with NMCC Foundation Director, Alexandra Hafler, about arranging to see those items in a setting that is safe from possible virus exposure or contamination.
We very much regret having to take these measures, but there is no question that this must be done to protect the health of everyone. Thank you for your understanding, and your interest in the Gallery With A Cause.
Joseph E. Smith (1858–1935)
The Gallery With A Cause is delighted and honored to be able to offer this special, never before shown exhibit of 20 historic New Mexico photographs by Joseph E. Smith, with digital photo restoration by A. Leon Miler. Joseph Smith operated his commercial photographic studio until 1895, and continued taking photographs throughout Socorro and the surrounding area. His life’s work consists of more than 3,000 glass-plate and film negatives. All of the photos in this exhibit are available for purchase. The home where Joseph Smith lived and worked is being preserved as the J.E. Smith Museum and Gallery in Socorro, NM. A. Leon Miler's Bio, and a detailed bibliography of Joseph E. Smith works, are provided here.