By Erin Adair-Hodges
Though this week of the year—the filling in our Christmas and New Year’s cookie sandwich—is brimming with social engagements, there’s little in the way of public performances. It’s a hard time to be an arts writer, especially when one of the only events happening this week includes said arts writer, a writer who’s terribly uncomfortable with self-promotion (the event rhymes with Schmurch of Schmetoven; that’s all I’ll say).
The Code Talkers
Fire department calls Burque theaters on safety issues
By Julia Mandeville
Lt. Skip Navarrette wants citizens to know that the Albuquerque Fire Department’s primary aim is education: the prevention of injury and loss of life through shared information, community awareness, and general understanding of safety rules and regulations. And he embodies this objective. Though his regular workweek spans Monday through Thursday, Navarrette volunteered his Saturday morning in the name of comprehension. But the lesson is neither as catchy, nor as straightforward, as “stop, drop and roll.”
What Are Fractals?
By Joshua Lee
Learn about fractals through presentations and hands-on activities.
Beyond the Shadows
By Maggie Grimason
A nonverbal shadow puppet show for the whole family. Follow Paloma on her journey across the land on a quest to find a new place to call home.
Complementary Contrast at Sorrel Sky Gallery
Contemporary Western paintings by Colorado artist Carrie Fell and traditional Western sculpture by Greg Kelsey. Runs through 6/30.
Embedded Landscape at April Price Project Gallery
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