Alibi V.19 No.45 • Nov 11-17, 2010
Culture Shock The Pink Panther in Repose When I first started working as the Arts and Literature editor at the Weekly Alibi , I wanted to send out requests for art.
“El Narco” by Sergio Sandoval Gallery Review Expression by Any Means The Talking Fountain Gallery & Boutique Artist Katie Calico first saw a “talking fountain” while visiting Rome. The fountains don’t speak on their own—for centuries, they’ve served as meeting places for people to express themselves. Calico says they were even used during the Fascist regime in Italy, a time when freedom of speech was curtailed. John Maio Performance Review This Guy Ain’t Right Mother Road gives catching a movie a run for its money There's music in the dark. Someone shuffles onto the stage and sits, but a guitar strum cuts through the silence for a long while, almost too long. Uncomfortably long. Courtesy of the Oddities and Curiosities Expo Oddities and Curiosities Expo
For lovers of the strange and unusual—local and national vendors, taxidermy, preserved specimens, odd antiques, artwork, animal and human bones, sideshow performers, live human suspension and more.
Courtesy of Musical Theater Southwest Bring It On The Musical
See the bitingly relevant stage version of the popular cheerleading-themed film.
Image courtesy of the artist Lost in a Dream: Fantasy and Abstracted Images by Joan Fenicle
Pixels and paint bring to life dreamscapes that spring from Fenicle’s imagination. Her images of forest dwellers and landscapes, like dreams, invite you to add your own meaning. Runs through 01/27/19.
Film East Mountain Classic Film Series Saturday, Jan 19: 2-4pm East Mountain Library
Film historian, Frank Cullen, brings his expertise to a discussion and showing of important films seldom seen, but greatly impacting the film industry and society since their release.
Stage Accidental Nudity at ABQ SOLO Fest 2019 Saturday, Jan 19: 2pm Aux Dog Theatre
This comedic two-woman show is a splatter of true, cringe-worthy incidents from massages gone bad to encounters with members of the opposite sex.
Art Currency: What Do You Value? Thursday, Jan 24: 6-8pm 516 ARTS
The featured artists expose the complex relationships between currency and how society values or doesn’t value art, work and time. Runs through 01/26.
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