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Weekend Picks: Indie-Visible

May 26, 2017, 12:00 pm

If you're smart, you've already been keeping up to date with the SFR culture calendar. But just in case you haven't, we've got some fine options going down this week—from big-name music acts and down-home artists to DIY spaces who offer up the best and brightest from the culture world. Oh, and also there's a whole mess of food trucks.

Israel Francisco Haros Lopez: The Future is Ancient

Curate Santa Fe teams with Lopez to present selections from his body of work resembling figure drawings and modern meditations on petroglyphs.

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Alexandra Eldridge: The Land of Dreams is Better Far

Taking the titled from a William Blake poem, this exhibit presents photographs printed from vintage glass negatives, which Eldridge collages with venetian plaster and other objects. Through June 11.

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Future Scars, Chicharra, Psirens and Pitch & Ppoacher

This showcase of Matron Records' ensembles brings Future Scars with their new bassist Paul Wagner, and a collaborative set from Luke Carr and Caitlin Brothers and more.

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Cory Metcalf and David Stout: NoiseFold

The one-year anniversary party for the form & concept gallery space brings a new sculptural installation piece, created with glass and video, which will also be part of Currents New Media Festival this summer. Through July 22.

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Pinkish Black, The Dying Beds and The Year of the Fist

Three punk acts bring high-energy, rebel rock to the stage at this event hosted by New Mexico Punk.

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Oasis Teen Arts and Music Festival: Surfer Blood

Mellow trip-rock with melodic riffs from headliners Surfer Blood with local teen support by Lily Gray, DJ Dontloveme, DJ Oli and more. Snack from food trucks and enjoy an installation by MAKE Santa Fe at the youth fest presented by The Convergence Project.

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Street Eats: SFR Food Truck Festival

Savor delectable treats from area food trucks, sit in the sun and think something like, "Aaah, it's finally feeling a little like summer."

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Radiator King

Adam Silvestri, aka Radiator King, performs a mixture of punk and blues, influenced by musicians like Tom Waits.

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Heather Trost and Max Knouse

Synth rock by Knouse and melodic originals by Trost.

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