Access! a program that provides opportunities for youths who have been involved in the juvenile justice system, celebrates its members' achievements and unveils a new mural painted by participants of the program. The evening includes a raffle and live music.
Creating new from tradition, this ensemble plays originals in their tiny mountain folk group. Elements of classical, jazz and American gothic styles come together to create the Gypsy sound these guys make.
What starts with a girl-chasing game turns into a lust for money when two boys learn the object of their affection has a bag of cash stashed in her Parisian home. Michel Legrand and Raoul Coutard put a romantically gangster lens on the film.
The Santa Fe Shakespeare Society presents the tragic tale and its sixth season. This year, they start the Traveling Globe Project, which uses recyclable materials. And, all of these performances happen in the school's courtyard, so it could be pretty pretty.
The harmonious group plays gypsy swing and they do it on real instruments. Fancy that.
much wider than a line is the second biennial exhibition installment of SITElines 2016: New Perspectives on Art of the Americas that focus on contemporary art of the Americas.
¡Viva Mexico! presents a day of food, crafts and culture and, of course, a live lucha libre show.
Think of this super-rad exhibit as a one-stop look into multiple periods of Native arts. They'll cover everything from clothes and jewelry to comics, video, cyberspace and beyond. Love it. Anyway, this is the free-to-the-public opening.
Shake all that stress off to the dance tunes provided by these R&B makers.
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