By Amy Dalness
Week one as interim arts editor and I'm already handling some big-gun issues that come with the title.
Courtesey of Joseph Sullivan
Bomb the Canvas 2
Is it still graffiti if it's in a gallery?
By Marisa Demarco
Joseph Sullivan walks out of the Copper Lounge after our interview. And because this is Albuquerque, he knows the doorman. They greet each other, shake hands. The doorman's putting together a documentary about local graffiti art, and he wants Sullivan to be in it. "You got a number?" he asks. Sullivan digs his wallet from his jeans' pocket and pulls out a plain white card. The doorman's eyes widen briefly. "You're an attorney?" he asks.
National Coming Out Day gets the star treatment from Albuquerque’s best drag performers
By Laura Marrich
Hallelujah, I have a drag name! It was bestowed upon me by royalty, an Empress of both Albuquerque and Boise, Idaho, known as Fontana Divine. But most days you can just call him PJ Sedillo. A capstone in Albuquerque’s gay community, PJ has been organizing New Mexico’s largest drag performance event, called “Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are,” since its inception nine years ago. “Come Out” returns for one night of stellar drag performances at the king-sized National Hispanic Cultural Center Theater this Saturday, Oct. 6. A royal word of warning: This show sells out and starts promptly at 7 p.m.—the ladies have never been late. Get your tickets now.
Southwest Burlesque Pre Party! Featuring Bunny Galore
By Renée Chavez
The best burlesque dancers of the Southwest perform for the weekend.
String Art at Main Library
Make cards with string art. All supplies provided. Registration required.
How Women Took Shakespeare Across America at New Mexico Museum of Art
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