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This Weekend


September 16, 2016, 11:30 am

Erin Currier: Rogues and Reinas

Currier presents an exhibit of her newest portraiture paintings featuring local men and women who the artist sees as individuals who are fighting for something, like a cause or title.

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Jeff Cochran

Cochran is best known for his portrait paintings of chimpanzees, so much so that he once had dinner with Jane Goodall. The Taos-based painter presents his newest oil on linen paintings of the landscapes around his home. Through Sept. 30.

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Robert Wilder: Nickel

Former SFR columnist Rob Wilder presents his newest novel about a teenager who faces some rough challenges. This is also known as life.

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Beth Lee and the Breakups

Country-friend rock 'n' roll played by ladies from Austin, Texas.

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Neko Case

A rare performance at the Santa Fe Opera, cause hell it ain't opera. Case is a experimental rock goddess and one time member of Canadian rock group The New Pornographers. She brings her hauntingly beautiful vocals and fairy-like self to the stunning venue to benefit CHRISTUS St. Vincent.

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The Jewel Box Cabaret

This show is full-scale and features fabulous entertainers specializing in the art of gender illusion, musical comedy and burlesque. They are hot off their summer break, so they should be well rested and put on a true Las Vegas-style variety routine.

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Upstairs/Downstairs: Behind the Scenes at the Art Museum

Bring the family to this all-access day that allows you the chance to peak behind some usually-closed doors and enjoy a guided tour of the downstairs to see the museum's storage and research facilities. An arts and crafts activity is provided for the kiddos, too!

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AHA Festival of Progressive Arts: Progressive Arts Fair

A day of market and entertainment composed of 25 progressive artist-booths and 2 stages that host live performances through out the day. Be entertained and see awesome works of art presented by the artist themselves. What more could you want?

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Santa Fe Film Festival Honors Jason Silverman

Small bites and cocktails to honor Center For Contemporary Arts' Cinematheque director, Jason Silverman and his contributions to film in Santa Fe!

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