Enquiries into color theory by Leon Berkowitz, Thomas Downing, Paul Reed and others. Through Sept. 3.
Rubenstein photographed lowrider culture in the late '70s and early '80s in Española and her portraits were exhibited in a show titled The Lowriders held on the Santa Fe Plaza in 1980. She talks about her experiences photographing and showing her work.
DJ Chowder serves a sampling of the hottest Afro-beats and reggae jams of the moment. This is the kind of music that may get you on the dance floor. Food by Jambo Cafe and Santa Fe Brewing Co. provides refreshments.
Nashville-based indie duo brings their folk sound to the bar for a two-night residency on a stop in their Ride the Bandwagon tour.
Nationally and Internationally acclaimed, Kevin Red Star’s paintings celebrate his culture's history in a contemporary yet traditional style. One of Sorrel Sky Gallery’s featured artists during Santa Fe Indian Market 2016, Red Star’s style incorporates realism with semi-abstract imagery that includes bold gestures and vivid colors. This show will feature new works from Red Star and will continue through August.
The Brooklyn-born cop, who worked in New York City and Truth or Consequences before coming to the City Different, talks about his new role as chief of Santa Fe Police Department.
An afternoon of folk from an ensemble led by Combs on the accordion.
See artworks by students of the Leadership Program, ages 11-14 years old.
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