July 30, 2016
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Doc Director Opens Up: An Interview with Stavroula Toska

Stavroula Toska opens up about her new documentary on the Greek Civil War

Art Features We loved Beneath the Olive Tree, Greek-born/New York-based filmmaker Stavroula Toska’s gripping documentary about women who survived the lesser-known Greek Civil

Monday, December 7, 2015 Alex De Vore

Indigenous and Acting Out

Two-day IAIA performance art symposium promises to shock and enlighten

Art Features Performance art is very often the least understood mode of artistic production. It requires a performer and an audience, but the artist has explicit control in determining how that interaction is mediated.

Wednesday, December 2, 2015 Lucas Iberico Lozada

Inside: The Santa Fe Film Festival

Puppets in stop motion are Charlie Kaufman’s depiction of what it means to be alone

Art Features Anomalisa follows middle-aged author Michael Stone as he faces the crushing realities of loneliness and regret while on a business trip to read from his new book on customer service to a group of customer se...

Wednesday, December 2, 2015 Alex De Vore

Second that Emotion

New exhibit tells the surprisingly recent story of flamenco in New Mexico

Art Features A photograph cut from the Albuquerque Journal in 1968 depicts, in a single shot, how flamenco was introduced into New Mexico’s heritage.

Wednesday, November 18, 2015 Rebecca Moss

Rumi Nations

Dance and poetry make music to bring life to ‘the Shakespeare of the East’

Art Features When Rumi wrote, “We rarely hear the inward music, but we’re all dancing to it nevertheless,” he penned perhaps the perfect concert promo for a recurring event that hits the heart of Santa Fe audiences.

Wednesday, November 11, 2015 Anna Mae Kersey

Speak My Language

Local artist encourages city to embrace youth culture with legal graffiti wall

Art Features Santa Fe’s art scene holds more than the works that adorn galleries lining Canyon Road, and there’s talk of opening up a new space to showcase some of those other, younger, voices.

Wednesday, October 28, 2015 Elizabeth Miller

Bodies in Motion

Mark Morris dazzles in Santa Fe sampler

Art Features “See the music, hear the dance.” These words, attributed to choreographer George Balanchine, encapsulate what the Mark Morris Dance Group brings to the Lensic on Tuesday, in its first Santa Fe performance i...

Wednesday, October 21, 2015 Anna Mae Kersey


Experience the clockwork of Juan Siddi Flamenco

Art Features Locally, flamenco has a long-standing history, and Juan Siddi Flamenco does that legacy justice. This summer, the ensemble has been wowing Santa Fe audiences with its guttural vocalists, deft musicians and, of ...

Wednesday, September 2, 2015 Emmaly Wiederholt

Let It Melo

Fiesta Melodrama combines farce and murder mystery

Art Features Fiesta season is upon us, and with it comes the annual Fiesta Melodrama, which has been presented at the Santa Fe Playhouse for give or take a century.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015 Emmaly Wiederholt

Painting a View Past Prison Walls

Leonard Peltier turned to art as an escape; now his son is trying to use it to open prison doors

Art Features Somewhere in the 40 years Leonard Peltier has been serving two consecutive life sentences in a maximum security prison for a crime he still says he didn’t commit, he found his way to paint and a canvas.

Wednesday, August 19, 2015 Elizabeth Miller
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Morning Word: Clinton Accepts Nomination

The Democratic Party nominee tries to woo Sanders supporters

Morning Word The former community activist, first lady, US senator, and secretary of state contrasts her public service career and track record with Trump's claim that only he can solve country's problems.  ... More

July 29, 2016 by Peter St. Cyr


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