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Weekend feats that can’t be beat!

July 1, 2016, 12:00 am

Accidental Photography

Find the mobile gallery at the Santa Fe Railyard for its opening, which features photographs that were taken on accident, but show unforeseen perspectives. Photos by over 20 artists make up the show. Through July 24.

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Angel Wynn's Adelita: Women Soldiers of the Mexican Revolution

Women who followed their men to war during the Mexican Revolution were called Adelitas. They cooked for their men, mended their wounds and picked up guns to fight themselves when necessary. Wynn honors Adelitas in her work. The opening features a trio of women mariachis. Through July 26.

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Dweezil Zappa Plays Frank Zappa

Dweezil and his band kick of their 2016 world tour at Taos Mesa Brewing, playing Frank's entire debut double album FREAK OUT!

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Cannupa Hanska Luger: Everything Anywhere

The ceramicist created one large piece, which is featured in this exhibit. The head she made is meant to relate the viewer to the human experience. Through Sept. 11.

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EmiArte Flamenco

The wildly popular EmiArte Flamenco has a summer run! World-class talent graces the Skylight Stage.

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Natasha Kmeto and DoubtingThomas

Kmeto explores the line between soul and dance music with her electronic toolkit, and DoubtingThomas continues his rise in the European house scene.

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Sunday Railyard Artisan Market

Buy local art from the artists and enjoy the summer weather at this event.

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Irene Adams

Classic rock, folk and country-inspired guitar and acoustic originals from the songbird.

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Santa Fe Society of Artists

With over 25 artists selling and showing work at the market event, there's bound to be something you want on your wall at home. Now in their 35th year!

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