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Let's Get Cultural, Cultural

October 14, 2016, 11:45 am

We know it, you know it—it's time to hit the town and get artsy and/or musical. And though you can surely find dance parties, openings, concerts, films and more basically anyplace you look, we think these are the events that deserve your undivided attention.

Neo.Tribal - Ceremonial Artifacts and Modern Art

A private collection of African ceremonial objects is viewable for the first time alongside a collection of contemporary artworks by Jamie Chase, Joseph Griffo, Jack Charney and more.

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Flock of Dimes

A solo pop-rock performance by Jenn Wasner, who is part of folk rock group Wye Oak.

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Vanilla Pop

You know you love those super-sexy cover jams done like some kind of goddamned 1980s pop explosion. Swish!

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Fiesta Fela 2016

Afreeka Santa Fe presents the sixth annual arts and culture festival packed full of activities and performances. See acrobatics, dancing and poetry readings as well as potters, painters and sculptors at work. Live African musical performances by The Swank Brothers, Agalu, Rujeko and more happen throughout the day. Learn in the "Know Africa" tent and enjoy food from Jambo Café.

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On the Map

Inspiring documentary. 1977, Israel’s underdog basketball team faced the formidable Red Army team in the European Championships.

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MDC, Wartorn, Elected Officials & Article 15

Prepare for a punk-bonanza as these bands from around the country perform with MDC, a true legend in their genre who haven't performed in Santa Fe since 1983. Don't miss it, they may not return for another 20 years.

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Standing Rock Support Fundraiser

Listen to readings from authors Diane Glancy and Toni Jensen followed by a short film by Ricardo Caté, a well-known cartoonist from Kewa pueblo. Art made by children from the Standing Rock school will be available for purchase and all proceeds benefit the Sacred Stone School at Standing Rock.

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Santa Fe Symphony: Rimsky-Korsakov, Rachmaninov and Sibelius

Olga Kern, a gifted pianist, joins the symphony with guest conductor Ignat Solzhenitsyn as they perform a set of classical Russian favorites.

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House of Halloween

An all-ages, family friendly event brings performers from around the state for three hours of crazy dance, music and art performances.

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