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Art Attack!

2013 Summer Arts Preview

May 21, 2013, 12:00 am
By SFR

t’s easy to forget the bounty of cultural offerings a city like Santa Fe offers. For me, a reminder came recently aboard a Southwest Airlines plane, after I picked up a copy of their in-flight magazine, Spirit. Designed, like all of its counterparts, to lure visitors to top destinations—and empty the pockets of their respective tourism offices—the glossy mag included a seven-page spread on New Mexico. It tipped its hat to our “treasure trove of attractions,” and referred to our own backyard as a “real-life playground.” It also served as a reminder that, for us lucky enough to live here, a world-class experience is but a short drive or walk away (take that, Flagstaff!).

Longing for a digest-worthy jaunt of your own? Strap yourself in and peruse our top picks for what is certainly going to be a memorable 93 days of summer. As far as variety goes, get ready. The dog days are chockfull with something for just about everybody—from big-name movie stars (though sadly no Rob Schneider) to Hamburgers (the people) and Mozart sandwiches (the sandwiches). So, what are you waiting for? Get out there and play.

-Enrique Limón
Unblock tour cultural coronary NOW. Ask us how!

Time to Get Festive
:

A summer music festival roundup

Fests for the Wicked:
You want art festivals? You’ve got art festivals

Summer Readin':
A summertime guide for reading, listening and discussing

She Will Sing:
The Santa Fe Opera and Chamber Music Festival rev up new offerings

Where’s Your Aspen?

Santa Fe’s School of Aspen SF rolls out their big Spring Recital

We’ve Seen That One,Too:
Originality takes a backseat to explosions, bombast and bluster ‘cuz it’s summer, baby

Shrinking Violet:
As Violet Crown deal sets, is community support for the multiplex diminishing?


But wait…there's MORE!


Santa Fe Soul

POP Gallery serves up art with a side of Karma

Hello Mother, Hello Father
Out with Camp Grenada, in with Camp Rock Band

Heart to Karp
Exiting SFAI executive director talks future plans, feet and carrots

PLUS reviews of Fast & Furious 6, The Hangover Part III and Renoir!

 

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