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The following exhibition history introduces a range of works in which many are available to travel to your community. Please contact the artist directly for inquiries.

Exhibition Title: Breath Taking

Group Exhibition, New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, NM

May 9, 2020 – October 4, 2020

Exhibition Title: Earthborn: 30 Seconds to 40 Moons

Traveling Exhibition by artists Linda Alterwitz and Elizabeth Stone

Exhibition website

This traveling exhibition schedule is open beginning March 2021

Educational offerings  including public lectures, workshops are available for students (k-12), and adult education.

Link to traveling exhibition proposal

Exhibition: Still Here Now

Traveling Group Exhibition by Nevada Touring Initiative

Funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts and the State of Nevada

Touring Nevada through 2020

Exhibition Title: While I Am Still

Mid-Career Retrospective Exhibition (2015) includes work from While I Am Still, Desert Project and Just Breathe

Works from this exhibition are available to travel.

Educational offerings  including public lectures, workshops are available for students (k-12), and adult education.

Link to exhibition catalogue featuring this work.

Link to Magcloud publication featuring this work.

Exhibition Title: Dear Leader

This group exhibition debuted at Candela Gallery, Richmond, VA, 2019 and traveled to Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center, Portsmouth, VA, 2019

Includes work from the series While I Am Still

Exhibition Title: Flesh and Bone

Includes work from the series Flesh and Bone

Works from this exhibition are available to travel.

Link to traveling exhibition proposal. 

Educational offerings  including public lectures, workshops are available for students (k-12), and adult education.

Exhibition Title: Life is Beautiful

This exhibition was a commissioned invitational at the national art and music festival “Life is Beautiful” Las Vegas, NV, 2014

Includes work from the series In-Sight

Exhibitions can be tailored for your community. Please contact the artist for more information regarding exhibition and public engagement within your community.

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