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Art of New Mexico to Benefit Anderson Schools

May 1, 2000

ALBUQUERQUE Ė While some may think the worlds of art and business are two different universes, a special event hosted by The University of New Mexicoís Anderson Schools of Management is proof the two are complementary.

Robert Rikoon, President of Santa Feís Rikoon Investment Counsel and recognized by Worth magazine as one of the nationís top financial advisors, developed his skill as a painter while earning his MBA at The Anderson Schools. Since his days studying management and finance, his art has become regionally recognized Ė including being featured in a New Mexico poster series and at the Albuquerque Sunport.

On Friday, May 12, the offices of Rikoon Investment Counsel will transform into an art gallery. The event, including light food and libations by Santa Feís famed La Fonda, will be from 6 to 9 p.m. at 204-A Guadalupe in Santa Fe.

All proceeds of art sales will benefit the Deanís Fund at The Anderson Schools. The Deanís Fund includes scholarships for students and rewards faculty for outstanding research and service.

For more information about the event, call 277-0880.


The Anderson School of Management at the University of New Mexico is dedicated to excellence in professional management education. At the Anderson School, faculty, staff, and students are committed to shaping the intellect and character of the next generation of business leaders, advancing the knowledge and practice of management, promoting economic development, and building a vibrant intellectual community that serves the highest and best interests of all our stakeholders.

The School was founded in 1947 and now offers more than a dozen concentrations at the BBA and MBA levels and is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business in the top 20% of business schools in the nation. The School is funded by the State of New Mexico and further support is generated by The Anderson School of Management Foundation. For more information, the public can visit, email, or call (505) 277-6471.