PR and Publications

PR and Publications

The Artist’s Curatorial Projects:

From 1983 to 1995, in addition to working as a sculptor, Czor volunteered to curate Art & Science exhibitions at: Explora Science Center in Albuquerque, the Albuquerque Convention Center, and the New Mexico State Fairgrounds Fine Arts Building.  The exhibitions led to Art & Science lectures at High Schools, University of New Mexico, and the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, NM.  

Articles Published by the Artist:

Albuquerque Arts Magazine, “Art: A Search For Understanding,” pp 11, September 2007

LEONARDO Magazine, “Art and Science for The Youth of New Mexico,” Vol. 23, pp 225, 1990.

The Spirit of Humanity

Evolution of an Idea: “Reaching for the Stars”

Surviving Climate Change by way of Art & Science

Creating the Great Seal of Bernalillo County, NM

‘Carry the Light’, Public Art

Toxic Heavy Metal Remediation in Sculptors Workshop


Excerpts  from  Publications about the Artist:

Los Alamos Monitor Online, Tris DeRoma, ‘Carry the Light’ opens at golf course, August 4,2017, “Color and light have always been the tools of the artist, and at least with some sciences, the scientist also. Artist Doug Czor’s Plexiglass and dichroic film sculpture is …” read article

Albuquerque Arts Magazine, Steffanie Gibbons, “Artist To Watch,” May 2004, “Czor’s goal is to reach the summit where art, science, and spirituality become one.”

Albuquerque Journal, David Staton, “Exhibit Celebrates Efforts To Revitalize Marriage of Art & Science,” 1 Feb 1991, “Doug Czor is a cultural ambassador on a mission to alter some misconceptions about science and art, a sort of a Mr. Wizard with a paintbrush.”

Albuquerque Journal, William Clark, “Art, Science Inseparable For Modern Day Da Vincis,” 18 Oct 1987, “The rational logic of science and the unfettered imagination of art are frequently seen as representing opposite ends of the spectrum of human endeavor – but not by Doug Czor.”