Santa Fe Reporter - Art Features <![CDATA[Get Schooled - SFHS theater dept. goes across the pond and beyond]]>
By: Emmaly Wiederholt
There is something special going on over in the Santa Fe High School theater department.]]>
<![CDATA['Kimberly Akimbo' is Comedy but Not Farce - The SF Playhouse keeps it real]]>
By: Emmaly Wiederholt
Kimberly Akimbo is a teenage girl with a rare disease causing her to age four and a half times faster than normal.
<![CDATA[Meow Wolf Immersive Art Space Is Coming - Collective unveils plans for old Silva Lanes]]>
By: Enrique Limón
For the first time since 2009, the parking lot at the defunct bowling alley located at 1352 Rufina Circle showed life and inside, attendees to a press conference admired the gutted area where lanes used to reside, sipped on coffee and took in the frozen in time décor—red stripes, neon-flecked carpet and glass block galore.
<![CDATA[#JeSuisCharlie - Today’s Charlie Hebdo attack resonates across the world’s newsrooms, including ours]]>
By: Enrique Limón
Stéphane “Charb” Charbonnier, became editor of the incendiary magazine known for its envelope-pushing cartoons in 2009. He witness a firebombing in 2011, a call to have him beheaded the following year and the inclusion of his name in Al-Qaeda’s most-wanted list in 2013 after running a cartoon depicting the prophet Muhammad.]]>
<![CDATA[Meow Wolf to Take Over Old Silva Lanes - Meow Wolf to Take Over Old Silva Lanes: Arts collective strikes new deal, plans on unveiling project this summer]]>
By: Enrique Limón
The lot on Rufina Circle where Silva Lanes once operated seems like a picture postcard frozen in time. A once lit sign advertising karaoke hangs on its façade and another bowling-pin-shaped one stands proud on a corner.]]>
<![CDATA[The Gospel According to Shae - GoT’s Sibel Kekilli touches down in Santa Fe to present film, throw back margs with GRRM]]>
By: Enrique Limón
In a casual talk inside GRRM’s Jean Cocteau Cinema, actress Sibel Kekilli opened up to SFR about her Thrones experience, her humanitarian efforts and accepting rides from strangers.
<![CDATA[Taking the Stage - SF Playhouse to be revived this holiday season in more ways than one]]>
By: Emmaly Wiederholt
This holiday season, the Santa Fe Playhouse rises out of last year’s ashes in more ways than one. ]]>
<![CDATA[Note by Note - A personal journey into sweet harmony]]>
By: Julie Ann Grimm
Johann S Bach was working on some pretty crazy deadlines. After 14 years as a print journalist, I can relate to the relentless nature of working under pressure. Ah, but it’s also where the magic happens.
<![CDATA[Sweet Symphony - SF Symphony presents burnished favorites]]>
By: Nick Martinez
Orchestral superfans will be glad to know that the Santa Fe Symphony will perform their upcoming concert at the Lensic with the help of celebrated Spanish conductor Oriol Sans.]]>
<![CDATA[Gethin it Done - GoT alum Gethin Anthony makes SF stop to promote new flick ]]>
By: Enrique Limón
When a nasty shadow monster took the life of Game of Thrones’ beloved Renly Baratheon, gasps were heard across Westeros and in front of millions of screens. Fully recovered from his wounds, Oxford-trained Gethin Anthony now stars in Copenhagen, a coming-of-age tale with tinges of romance, family mystery and forbidden love.

<![CDATA[Skin Deep - Symposium aims to answer questions on Native American artistic identity]]>
By: Bett Williams
I am smoking a cigarette with Charles Rencountre under the foyer at the Institute of American Indian Arts Museum of Contemporary Native Arts on a chaotic Indian Market Sunday.]]>
<![CDATA[Take on These (Events) - ]]>
By: Alex De Vore
In the past, the burning of Zozobra felt like the last hurrah of summer before the cold winter doldrums settled in to bum everyone out. This was before the After Hours Alliance’s annual AHA Festival of Progressive Arts.
<![CDATA[Drop By For The Drop - Novelist Dennis Lehane makes SF stop]]>
By: Ian MacMillan
The novelist and screenwriter Dennis Lehane is coming to the Jean Cocteau Cinema.]]>
<![CDATA[¡Lucha Libre Coming to Santa Fe! - ]]>
By: Enrique Limón
Described as "the wrestler who threw kisses instead of punches," professional luchador Cassandro is in a class all his own. The brightest star of the "exótico" sub-genre—gender-bending fighters...]]>
<![CDATA[Book of Abraham - ABQ author presents latest]]>
By: Zoe Haskell
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. 
<![CDATA[Tree’s Company - Colombian sculptor Miler Lagos gives discarded Reporter issues the art treatment]]>
By: Enrique Limón
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. ]]>
<![CDATA[Home in SITE - Two local artists take on prestigious biennial]]>
By: Austin Eichelberger
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.]]>
<![CDATA[Getting the Folk On - Face the crowd, find your treasure]]>
Tickets to the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market sold out on Friday and Saturday, but shoppers and browsers can still squeeze in until 5 pm today.
<![CDATA[Gothic Graces - Dance invades Federal Plaza Park]]>
By: Zoe Haskell
Sketchbook in hand, Micaela Gardner has been imagining dancers weaving through the space, and it’s not only geographical inspiration that she’s been taking from the historic site.]]>
<![CDATA[Barrel Racers, Blood and Broncos - Rodeo de Santa Fe turns 65]]>
By: JP Stupfel
From June 18 to 21, the 65th installment of the Rodeo de Santa Fe combines all the classic sports like bull riding with live entertainment, including music and comedy acts. ]]>