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UNM Fiesta Dancers
New Mexico

Appropriately sited in front of the building which houses both Albuquerque's major performing arts hall and the University Art Museum, Fiesta Dancers provides a colorful and dramatic introduction to the campus. Jimenez, who has major public art pieces all across the country, executed this piece under the State of New Mexico's 1% for the Arts Program. (from: The University of New Mexico Art in Public Places Self-Guided Tour)

http://libguides.unm.edu/content.php?pid=13889&sid=544597

Copyright: Ryan Helinski
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Taken: 26/05/2010
Uploaded: 26/05/2010
Updated: 04/03/2015
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