A Place for People to Stop and Write
I had the opportunity—or misfortune, depending on how you look at it—to visit the jewel of the Texas Panhandle: Amarillo. I was meeting a friend from Oklahoma so we could take in some North Texas culture.
Art Gets Creepy
I can finally quench my thirst for bloodthirsty humanoid war pigs. Awesome.
Jessica DuVerneay has a definite idea of what Cellar Door Gifts & Gallery should and should not be.
Shout It in the Streets
516 ARTS brings the noise
It was time to see; now it’s time to listen.
STREET ARTS: A Celebration of Hip Hop Culture & Free Expression began in October with graffiti and its nerdy cousin, street art. The streets of Downtown Albuquerque—a city with a long and often acrimonious relationship with graffiti—saw artists putting up posters and murals, beautifying the scenery. 516 ARTS Executive Director Suzanne Sbarge and Program Coordinator Francesca Searer say that so far, the exhibit has opened the conversation they had hoped for.
The Piano in a Factory at National Hispanic Cultural Center
Zhang Meng's whimsical film about a father's attempt to build a piano for his daughter in the wake of his unending marriage.
Slow Movies: Countering the Cinema of Action at Bookworks
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