Show Up Show Down


Exhibition Opening Reception
with Mira Burack + Kate Daughdrill
Friday, March 14, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Artist talk and food demonstration begins at 6:00p.m.
Exhibition on view March 14 – 20

Collaborating artists Mira Burack and Kate Daughdrill visit Albuquerque to present The Edible Hut, a community gathering space in Calimera Park, on the east side of Detroit, Michigan. The structure is comprised of a living, edible roof and oculus to the sky, and combines elements of a traditional hut, an outdoor sculpture, a neighborhood garage, and an edible garden.During the exhibition opening, the artists invite visitors to sample their recipe for an allergy-soothing tea, made from simple ingredients — just in time for spring.

All exhibitions and events are free, open to the public, and take place at 105 Gold SW, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Presented as part of tART: temporary art in downtown public places.

Gallery hours: weekdays 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.; weekends by appointment

Show Up Show Down stages world-changing art through visiting artist presentations, brief photography exhibitions, and an ever-growing publicly-accessible archive. It features exceptional artists who use the built environment – everything from houses to freeways to nature preserves, along with the man-made systems that created them – to impact contemporary life in a variety of beneficial ways.

March 21 – 27
Amy Harwood + Ryan Pierce
Signal Fire, an organization that provides opportunities for artists and activists to engage in the natural world, and utilizes public lands to advocate for the access to – and protection of –  remaining wild and open places in order to enrich and sustain society.
March 28 – April 4
Matthew Mazzotta
Open House, a house with a secret: it physically transforms from the shape of a house into an open-air theater by having its walls and roof fold down, and it seats one hundred people.
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Show Up Show Down · 1621 San Patricio SW · Albuquerque, NM 87104 · USA