Aug 28 - Sep 3, 2008 
Print by Neal Ambrose Smith

Culture Shock

By Amy Dalness

INprint

Albuquerque artist (and former Alibi graphic designer) Neal Ambrose Smith's print of Batman isn't just a pink-and-orange rendering of the dark knight. It's an intaglio print titled Sam Small Feathers and His Cape at the Fancy Shawl. Top that, Robin. Smith's work hangs alongside 18 other printmakers’ at SCA Contemporary Art's new show, INprint. The exhibit hangs in the large, warehouse-like space at 524 Haines NW through Sept. 13. For details, visit scacontemporary.com or call 228-3749.

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Drawn From Experience   by Matt Brackbill

Gallery Review

White Cube

Take Back at THE LAND/gallery

By David Leigh

Three weeks ago, my fear of flying shot to the surface as I flew out from Vermont in a twin-prop plane to New Jersey. All I could do was wait for the plane to fall from the sky and be drawn across the New York landscape in a broad hunk of industrial charcoalor a narrow hunk, considering my vantage point.

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Julie Nagle and Andrew Pollock in   Unisex
Cyndi Wood

Performance Review

She-Ra: Princess of Power

Unisex at The Box Performance Space

By Amy Dalness

Outward appearance says a lot about a person. In the two solo comedies performed in Unisex, both characters grapple with their public identity through drastic physical changes. Unisex features the world premiere of The Politics of Hair by Lou Clark, a tale of hair-dos and don'ts, and Out Comes Butch by David Schein, an intimate look at the transition from He-man to She-ra and everything in between, in one night of theater at The Box Performance Space.

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