Alex Traube is the director of NEW MEXICO CULTURENET, a consortium of
cultural heritage and education professionals, who have created a public
service web site devoted to New Mexico arts and education. In his capacity
as an arts, education, and technology consultant, Traube is coordinating
a school-to-work initiative in Santa Fe in which students are working
with the Palace of The Governors State History Museum while being trained
in career-related technology skills. In 1996, Traube created the first
statewide directory of museums, parks, and monuments in the United States
for the Museum of New Mexico. This project is called NEW
MEXICO'S CULTURAL TREASURES.
Alex Traube has been a photographer since the early 1970s. He holds
two master's degrees in Photography, the first from Ohio University,
in 1970, and the second (in computer imaging) from the Institute of
Design, Chicago, 1993. His photographs and digital images have been
exhibited in over 150 solo and group shows in the United States and
abroad and are in thirty-six museum collections. He has received a
number of grants and fellowships, including a National Endowment for
the Arts Fellowship and an Illinois Art Council Fellowship. The University
of New Mexico Press published a book of his photographs, LAS VEGAS,
NEW MEXICO: A PORTRAIT, in 1983.
Alex will present Harvesting
New Mexico's Cultural Resources.
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