Aug. 21, 2014

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SFCMF’s Slow Wind-up

Mostly Mozart, magical Messiaen

Classical As these lazy August days dwindle, peak and pine, Santa Fe music-mavens can’t be faulted for feeling a bit sad that the crazy summer festival scene is nearly finito. ... More

Aug. 20, 2014 by John Stege

Double Your Art Market, Double Your Fun

Make way for IM and IFAM

Picks There’s a lot of talk about what two simultaneous Native American art markets might mean to Santa Fe. ... More

Aug. 20, 2014 by Enrique Limón

The Music Goes Round and Round

Silence and riddles during SFCMF’s fourth week

Classical The other day an old pal recalled a little lecture delivered in this space a few years back. The gist? Will you audiences please, please stop already with those obligatory knee-jerk standing ovations? Save same for the real, rare spine-tingling conce ... More

Aug. 13, 2014 by John Stege

Book of Abraham

ABQ author presents latest

Art Features Everyone’s got a secret (or not so secret) love of fantasy and science fiction. I mean, what’s not to love? There’s adventure, compelling characters, elves, magic, spaceships…sometimes elves on spaceships. 
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July 29, 2014 by Zoe Haskell

Make Way for 'Manhattan'

Explosive new series debuts Sunday

Pop Culture Mark your calendars. Sunday goes down in history as the premiere of the TV program, Manhattan, about carefree twenty-somethings trying to make it in the big city. Wait, no, that was HIMYM.
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July 25, 2014 by Ian MacMillan

Tree’s Company

Colombian sculptor Miler Lagos gives discarded Reporter issues the art treatment

Art Features Standing at 14-feet high Miler Lagos' “The Great Tree” is composed of press overrun issues of SFR, the Santa Fe New Mexican and other local publications. ... More

July 22, 2014 by Enrique Limón

SFO ‘14: Not Over Till…

August 23

Opera Sammy Cahn wrote the lyrics, and Ol’ Blue Eyes sang it first: “I’m oh, so glad we met the second time around.” Ergo, herewith another look at this season’s Santa Fe Opera summer offerings. 
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Aug. 05, 2014 by John Stege

3 Questions

with Suzan Shown Harjo

3 Questions Suzan Shown Harjo has many titles: Native American-rights advocate, poet, badass. On Monday, Harjo, who has helped Native peoples recover over a million acres of tribal lands, leads a public program titled “Native Peoples and Sovereignty” as part of Southwest Seminars Presents.

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Aug. 20, 2014 by Enrique Limón

3 Questions

with Lyn Fox

3 Questions As the proprietor of Canyon Road’s Fine Pueblo Pottery, Lyn Fox, knows a thing or two about tracing the origins of artifacts.
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Aug. 13, 2014 by Enrique Limón

Price Is Right

How one legendary actor championed Native American arts

Arts Valve From continued visits to narrating an early recruitment film and reading poetry students’ work on The Johnny Carson Show, Price would support IAIA in any way he could. ... More

July 22, 2014 by Enrique Limón

Home in SITE

Two local artists take on prestigious biennial

Art Features SITElines: New Perspectives on Art of the Americas has committed to linked exhibitions over the next six years that explore the Western Hemisphere’s creative, physical and cultural wealth. ... More

July 15, 2014 by Austin Eichelberger

Mostly About the Beethoven

SFCMF at work

Classical Those vigas and latillas and massive corbels in St. Francis Auditorium may still be vibrating after pianist Alessio Bax’s big bow-wow July 29 noon recital. At first glance his program looked a bit peculiar: Rachmaninoff and Mussorgsky
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Aug. 05, 2014 by John Stege

Cash Stash

New Axle Contemporary project will make you holler

Picks Your search for the Forrest Fenn treasure might have proved fruitless, but Axle Contemporary is here to delicately line your pockets with the roving gallery’s latest venture, Economologies.
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Aug. 13, 2014 by Enrique Limón

Like the Wolf

JCC screening promises howling good time

Picks “To see though the eyes of those in need is to inspire progress; only then can the inherent good in man reveal itself.” So starts Furthest from the Wild’s trailer.
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July 30, 2014 by Enrique Limón

About a Boy

Boyhood is an exercise in quality filmmaking

Picks Boyhood sees life through the eyes of Mason (Ellar Coltrane, cast at age 6) who quite literally grows up before audiences, as the film was shot over a span of 12 years. ... More

Aug. 05, 2014 by Enrique Limón
 
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