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August 26, 2016, 11:30 am

Davis Mather Folk Art Gallery Grand Re-Opening

Enjoy treats and artist demonstrations at this re-opening party.
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See works by 14 artists depicting each artist's vision of house and home. Through Nov. 21.

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Santa Fe Bandstand: Closing Event

They are already over, summer and Bandstand season. Come see the last performance of the season featuring Jono Manson and his Grammy-winning Americana sound and a slew of talented guests.

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Maestro Latchezar Boyadjiev will give a talk and slide presentation about his work as a sculptor of glass. A native of Sofia, Bulgaria, Boyadjiev’s dynamic sculptures reflect depth and dimension. Hear him talk about his innovative creative process.

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Cover Girl

Emmaly Wiederholt performs the one-woman choreographed dance she created with artistic director Malinda La Velle at The Peñasco Theater in March.

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Zircus Erotique Burlesque & Variety Show

Zircus Erotique brings their burlesque and variety show to the Palace Restaurant & Saloon with special guest performers from Amarillo.

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In Search of Israeli Cuisine

The Santa Fe Jewish Film Festival brings a special screening of the exploratory documentary film about the cultural food fusions happening in Israel.

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The Tastes of Israel

Enjoy a pre-fixe dinner menu of Israeli cuisine accompanies the earlier showing of a documentary about the same kind of fare. Learn about it and then eat it with the Santa Fe Jewish Film Festival.

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Michael Franti and Lila Downs

Creativity for Peace brings two internationally recognized performers to the opera stage for a benefit concert. Dance and enjoy the indie folk for a good cause.

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