Arrows on Point – The Artwork of Lynnette Haozous

The OT Circus is thrilled to present, for one night only: “Arrows On Point” The artwork of Lynnette Haozous With music by: KBenally/LetsJustB & Antro. Lynnette Haozous is Chiricahua Apache (of the San Carlos Apache Tribe), Dine’, and Taos Pueblo. Growing up on and around her three tribes’ reservations in Arizona and New Mexico has[…]

Enchanted in New Mexico – Pop Up Solo Show with John P. Funk

The OT Circus is thrilled to present “Enchanted in New Mexico – An artists visit becomes a soul changing journey in music, photography, and sculpture.” – An evening of visual art and live music, presented by John Patrick Funk. John is excited to be participating with the Albuquerque community at the OT Circus gallery, and[…]

Ancient Diné Abstraction – New Works by Nathan Nez

The OT Circus is thrilled to present: “Ancient Diné Abstraction” – New Works by Nathan Nez: Nathan Nez is a Navajo Artist, veteran, and a family man from Woodsprings, AZ. Growing up, he had no knowledge of art and its history until going to University of New Mexico. It was there that he learned many[…]

Soft Truths – The Art of Emma Green

Join us on Friday 3/16/18 from 5-9 pm, as the OT Circus Presents the art of Emma Green! Her pop up solo exhibit “Soft Truths”, is a celebration of the difficult and beautiful things in life; the balance that life seems to always strike between pain and joy. Emma has been painting and creating ever[…]

and time moves on… Chikiyo Jackson Pop Up Solo Show

The OT Circus proudly presents: “and time moves on…” a First Friday solo pop up show featuring the incredible photography of Chikiyo Jackson. ( www.imminentphotography.com ) Here are some words from Mr. Jackson, about this retrospective exhibit, and about him: “There are those among us who are compelled to express their inner torments; find a[…]

Weapons on Deck – A Pop Up Solo Show with Joeseph Arnoux

  Artist Bio/Statement: Joeseph Arnoux – piikani (Blackfeet) / sp’q’n’i? (Spokane) Arnoux was born in Spokane, WA and relocated in his youth to Holland, MI. He spent his adolescence in foster care with his two siblings, until emancipated. Arnoux is enrolled in the Piikani (Blackfeet Nation) of NW Montana from his father’s side. He also[…]