May 29, 2015

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Happy Little Summer

SFR’s 2015 Arts Preview

Features Art is in the air, can you smell it? It seems that everywhere you turn during the summer months in Santa Fe, the city’s deep love for all things art is palpable. ... More

May 27, 2015 by Enrique Limón

In-Fight Entertainment

Fight Club gains a dark future and deep past via new graphic novel series and short story tie-in

Summer Arts Preview I am Jack’s subversive sequel. But just a copy of a copy of a copy. May I never be complete. Because every era apparently needs Tyler Durden—a phoenix symbol for the pill-popper generation, a projection of our liberated, fearless, better selves. ... More

May 27, 2015 by Matthew Schniper

Taste the Rainbow

Summer of Color promises a jam-packed season of fine art, food and fun

Summer Arts Preview Sometimes, good ideas start not with careful contemplation, but with a dose of sweet epiphany. Such was the case with the Summer of Color, a seasonlong collaborative exhibition-palooza spearheaded by the Museum Hill Partners. ... More

May 27, 2015 by Rob DeWalt

Summer’s Awakening Possible

A personal guide to the estival classical

Summer Arts Preview Summer is a-comin’ in, and many of Our Town’s flossier musical institutions—Santa Fe Symphony, Performance Santa Fe and Pro Musica, to name but three—commence their annual summer snooze.
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May 27, 2015 by John Stege

Opera for Dummies

Summer Arts Preview Maybe you don’t know a lot about opera or are riding the fence in terms of whether you’ll check out the 2015 festival season. Allow us to help you by explaining the plots in laymen’s terms; friends…go ahead and buy your tickets already. ... More

May 27, 2015 by Alex De Vore

Not This Title, Not That

Axle Contemporary makes something out of nothing

Summer Arts Preview Around this time last year, this issue sang the praises of Axle Contemporary’s The Renga Project, an outdoor installation/performance gambit that brought together some 100 artists and poets.
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May 27, 2015 by Enrique Limón

Forever Young

Music fest celebrates talent old and new

Summer Arts Preview The Santa Fe Music Alliance (SFMA) has been kind of quiet of late, and it scares me just a little—they’re important. The loosely affiliated org works with members from our local musical community and puts them together for purposes of networking, gigs, instrument exchange and more. ... More

May 27, 2015 by Alex De Vore

Communication Gets Complicated in The Moment of YES!

Theater Grottesco explores the humor and humanity of the journey

Summer Arts Preview The Moment of YES! begins with four people—Tara Khozein, Apollo Garcia, Danielle Reddick and Eric Kupers—finding themselves on the stage of the Santa Fe Playhouse.
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May 27, 2015 by Emmaly Wiederholt

Aspen Santa Fe: Ballet on the Edge

Not another generic dance company

Summer Arts Preview Looking for classic ballet with tutus and Swan Lake and the whole bit? Keep looking. Or better yet, catch that on your next vacation.
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May 27, 2015 by Julie Ann Grimm

Paper Gallery

Summer Arts Preview All Action Figure Lego-inspired figurines as subversive art? If Steven Paul Judd and Pop Gallery are involved, the answer is yes. ... More

May 27, 2015 by SFR

Yay! It Up

Local arthouses provide your summer movie fix

Summer Arts Preview I like to check in with my local arthouse cinemas to see just what the hell is going on for the summer. Here’s what you can find at Santa Fe’s local cinemas. ... More

May 27, 2015 by David Riedel

3 Questions

with Michelle Laflamme-Childs

3 Questions Ever wonder what the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs is all about? Michelle Laflamme-Childs, its public art project coordinator, is here to answer all your burning questions. ... More

May 27, 2015 by Enrique Limón

Bee There, Do That

Get buzzed at Honey Fest

Picks All the tasty produce you see at the Santa Fe Farmers Market in the Railyard every week depends on more than just the farmers and the right soil and climate conditions. ... More

May 27, 2015 by Rob DeWalt

Domina Effect

Enter the uniquely titillating world of Zircus Erotique

Arts Valve Even away from the lights of the stage, the feathers, the pasties and the catcalls, Mena Domina exudes seductiveness.
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April 29, 2015 by Enrique Limón

Game of Thrones for Noobs VII

Season 5, Episode 7: "The Gift"

Pop Culture Back at the Wall, the showrunners continue to set back feminism a hundred years by hinting at what might be another rape, but the pudgy guy appears to save this poor girl who is being attacked by two losers. ... More

May 25, 2015 by Alex De Vore

Seeing Red

Color yourself crimson at the Museum of International Folk Art

Picks Splash your Sunday with a hefty dose of primary color, as the Museum of International Folk Art unveils The Red That Colored the World, their contribution to the vibrant Summer of Color initiative. ... More

May 13, 2015 by Enrique Limón

3 Questions

with George Brant

3 Questions Grounded tells the harrowing tale of an ace fighter pilot stuck in what she calls “the Chair force” after becoming pregnant.
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May 20, 2015 by Enrique Limón

Picture Perfect

NMMA showcases the works of Gay Block

Picks Lauded for showcasing the intricacies of personal identity, Santa Fe resident Gay Block is looking forward to To Feel Less Alone, a solo exhibit debuting this Friday at the New Mexico Museum of Art.
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April 29, 2015 by Enrique Limón

Green Eggs and Art

Dr. Seuss-themed exhibit goes Pop

Arts Valve Pop Gallery's OH! A Seussian Tribute is set to unveil on Friday. ... More

March 11, 2015 by Enrique Limón
 
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