Skip to main content
 
uma thurman in pulp fiction poster pose with pueblo clothes and head dress and a book titled cochiti in black, taupe and white

Acquisitions: Black Rock Editions

Six prints by contemporary Indigenous artists from Black Rock Editions. Museum Purchase.

Among the Ulrich Museum’s most recent acquisitions is a group of six prints produced at Black Rock Editions, a fine-art print publisher and community-oriented workshop located in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

  • Diego Romero, American Diastrophism, 2020. Lithograph.
  • Diego Romero, Pueb Fiction, 2020. Lithograph.
  • Jordan Ann Craig, Liking Olives Now, 2021. Etching aquatint on collle.
  • Danny McCoy, Canyon Walls Near Abiquiu, 2020. Lithograph.
  • Cara Romero, Arla Lucia, 2020. Photogravure.
  • Dan Namingha, Points Connecting, 2020. Lithograph.

Established in 2020, Black Rock Editions is the successor to Landfall Press, a storied fine arts publisher many of whose prints can also be found in the Ulrich collection. The mission of Black Rock Editions is to work with and support artists from under-represented backgrounds. The prints that comprise this group represent images created in the last two years by five established or emerging Native American artists. As a group, they speak

Monday-Saturday 11am-5pm 
Closed Sundays, University & Major Holidays
ulrich@wichita.edu | Free Admission | 316.978.3664
1845 Fairmount; Wichita, KS 67260-0046
menu-circlecross-circle