The Corrales Bosque Gallery (4685 Corrales Road) is celebrating 15 years of beautiful business with a new show of the work of artist Rashan Omari Jones. His incredible glass sculpture (he is a borosilicate lampworker) is inspired by the nature of the Southwest, using organic shapes and a love of molten glass. His show opens on Friday, Nov. 20, with a reception from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., and runs for three months. See corralesbosquegallery.com for directions and details.
One Flea Spare at The Filling Station
A window swings open. A wiry, crumpled figure flounces into its frame and lurches onto the stage, veiling her face with her petticoat. Out of the silence and flickering candlelight leaps the terrified—and terrifying—voice of a young girl: “What are you doing out of your grave?”
White House photo
Dancing for Their Lives
Modest Keshet Dance Company gets bragging rights
Working in the field of nonprofit arts education, while always noble, is often difficult. There's the grant writing, the scrambling for funds and, some days, the wondering if anything you do really makes a difference. Those are the bad days.
Desmond Pucket and the Mountain Full of Monsters at Bookworks
A reading and signing with writer Mark Tatulli.
New Life for an Old Book: The Reissue of Dissonance at New Life Presbyterian Church
Creating Space: Youth Poetry in Albuquerque (Emily Bjustrom) at New Life Presbyterian ChurchMore Recommented Events ››