Gloria Abella Ballen leads the viewer through the meanings of the 22-letters that brought society the stories of Abraham, Moses and the 10 Commandments.
Traditionally, (male) anthropologists have attributed the development of language to classically male activities, but Dr. Dean Falk sugggests that the way mothers talk to their infants contributed to the origin of language.
Epidemiology professor emerita Sherry Kelsey speaks about evaluating treatments for heart disease and the need for research on how women's symptoms of heart disease differ from men's.
Even without a reception, this group exhibit intrigues with early 19th-century Americana, 20th-century modernism and early maps of the Southwest and Native American territory. Through Sept. 30
Photographic works from O'Connell, Conventional Entropy.
Leslie 'Deft' Gonzales' Sculpture and Painting Exhibition is on display in the Fogelson Library Gallery at the Santa Fe University of Art and Design.