The Cross-Cultural Art Exchange is a project where art students from around the world collaborate to create mixed-culture art. The 2019-2020 Art Exchange was between Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA and her sister city, Lanzhou, Gansu, China.

Over the course of the 2019-2020 school year, six Albuquerque students and six Lanzhou students worked together from over 7,000 miles apart to create twelve beautiful, mixed-culture paintings, bringing them to life with our defining differences.

Learn more about this project!

Our Teams

Albuquerque

Pictured, from left to right, are Sarah Wang, Gabby Nemer, Melinda Modisette, Andrew Spears, Mackenzie Jarrell, and AnaMaria Perez

Lanzhou

Pictured, from left to right, are 熊思琳(Leandra), 赵润德(Zhao Runde), 王子晗(William), 沈子煊(Shen Zixuan), 李佳怡(Li Jiayi), and 何一田(He Yitian)

Funding

This project was funded by the Albuquerque Academy Ogawa Community Service Leadership Award and the ACES-NM Young Asian-American Student Award

55 Comments

  1. You guys did a great job. The pieces showed the difference culture but also mixed the culture together. I like it very much!

  2. 这样的交流开阔眼界, 丰富思想, 不同文化的碰撞会激发深层次的想像力, 很不错的活动。

  3. Oh,boy!you did it very well! Such a great work! I really like it, it shows me so many pieces of art works which i have never seen before, really open my mind,

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