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Earth Chronicles Project

6 pm, Apr 15, 2013 | $10 general admission; $5 students & seniors
 

At 122 years of age, film is still the new kid on the art block. Documentaries explore the established forms of painting, literature, music and dance. But in a clever role reversal, the Santa Fe Art Institute presents a series of artistic events inspired by a doc. The series, Earth Chronicles Project, The Artist’s Process: New Mexico, begins with a screening and Q&A session of the documentary by the same name. A uniquely New Mexico project, The Earth Chronicles movie follows the artist, film producer and exhibit curator Fran Hardy.  A section of Hardy’s work on native plants and trees is also on display. In addition to the screening and exhibit, SFAI offers a fun workshop on writing poetry about sunset, a time they say is “resplendent with the deep beauty of evening.”



Where: Santa Fe Art Institute
Phone: 505-424-5050
Address:
1600 St. Michael's Drive
Santa Fe, NM
87505
Website: http://www.sfai.org/index2.html

 

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