Jadira Gurulé

Jadira Gurulé

As Exhibition Curator, Jadira Gurulé works with the Visual Arts team, artists, and community members to plan exhibitions for the Art Museum. She began her relationship with the Museum as a volunteer and intern in 2008 and became the exhibition curator in 2016.  Gurulé​ received her MA in American Studies from the University of New Mexico in 2015 where she studied Visual Culture with an emphasis on race, gender, identity, and culture which are themes that continue to influence her work. She has curated recent exhibitions at the NHCC Art Museum such as Because It’s Time: Unraveling Race and Place in NM (2018) which examined identity and experience from a variety of perspectives in New Mexico, and Qué Chola (2019) which celebrated la Chola as a symbol of feminine strength in Chicana/o, Latinx, and Native art.