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Opera Lust at the Lensic

Art Features I’ve caught a few transmissions at other venues, but the Lensic version remains in a class by itself, given our town’s ravenous opera lust. Preshow audiences greet, air-kiss and gossip in the theater’s ja...

Wednesday, February 12, 2014 John Stege

Model Citizens

Models bare inner muse; clothes stay on

Art Features “For three hours in a day, I’m lines and shapes and colors. I’m not skinny, I’m not fat, I’m not objectified. There is no judgment. It’s all about lines and shapes, colors and art and energy,” exp...

Wednesday, February 5, 2014 Sophie Engel

White Like Me

Hilton Als’ latest explores race, interpersonal relationships

Art Features To get hung up on this conceit is missing the point. Falling into Hilton Als’ way of seeing the world is to both dismiss and adopt easy labels as one so desires. It’s simply the way he and his friends talk ...

Wednesday, January 29, 2014 Bett Williams

Say What?

Jennifer Jasper comes home

Art Features The show, which Jasper stages at Teatro Paraguas on Jan. 9 and 10, covers life as the middle child in a family with five girls as well as some more personal experiences that set an appropriate tone, given that ...

Wednesday, January 8, 2014 Austin Eichelberger

Best Dangerous Books

2013 was a year for the books—literally

Art Features I nearly had an aneurism when I saw what was in store for dangerous writing in 2014—namely the Semotext(e) series of pamphlets to premiere at the Whitney Biennial. Curated by Hedi El Kholti, the list of write...

Wednesday, January 1, 2014 Bett Williams

Match Master

New Mexico’s grandmaster to take on a crowd in simultaneous chess

Art Features Getting inside the head of an elite chess player probably isn’t a task for the timid. To those who are close to chess, the game is much more than 32 pieces on 64 squares. It’s more than knowing the rules of...

Wednesday, December 18, 2013 Julie Ann Grimm

Uncovered Ephemera

Inside Melinda Miles’ Passages

Art Features Melinda Miles, who moved to Santa Fe from the Los Angeles area in 1980, described her own work as a “meditation on our passage through time.” Now, on a cold, sunny December afternoon, Sarah McCarty and Er...

Wednesday, December 18, 2013 Austin Eichelberger

Weekend Strip

Performance artist bares all in her pursuit of a story

Art Features Let’s go ahead and admit it: we all love a good juicy tell-all, a chance to peak into the life of someone else and discover that we’re not the only ones with issues.

Wednesday, December 4, 2013 Zoe Haskell

Tender is the Night

Tender is the Night

Art Features Winter has arrived in Santa Fe. And with it comes the parade of winter-inspired events. We are all ready for warm drinks and outdoor lighting displays around town. It’s a magical time when the imagi

Tuesday, November 26, 2013 Sophie Engel

Poetry Unexplained

Reading poems with Santa Fe’s poet laureate

Art Features It’s a rare and beautiful thing to witness a poet discover his or her raison d’écrire. That’s a phrase that I made up. It means, if I’ve got it right, “reason for writing.” I wanted it to

Wednesday, October 30, 2013 Jon Davis
 
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