In the Head of Winter
Vortex cures a case of bipolar Shakespeare
By Leigh Hile
Shakespeare’s Winter’s Tale is a fascinating yet problematic play. But director Paul Ford boldly tackles its challenges in The Vortex’s final installment of Will Power, the theater’s annual summer Shakespeare festival.
Calls From the Pen
Media Literacy Project’s one-night extravaganza keeps the line open for inmates
By Christie Chisholm
Rusita Avila says she knows a simple way to keep people out of prison: Let them talk on the phone. This is one of the issues Avila and her organization hope to bring attention to on Saturday, Aug. 4, with a parade, theatrical performances, film, live music and poetry.
Courtesy of Noah McLaurine
[Tension-Building Music] Opening Reception
By Maggie Grimason
The recent work of Noah McLaurine, featuring photographs of public lands and monuments in New Mexico. Runs through 11/5.
Bridge: Arts and Social Justice
By Maggie Grimason
Three exibitions centered around photography, cultural traditions and sculpture. Runs through 9/29.
Courtesy of Southwest Print Fiesta's Facebook
Southwest Print Fiesta
By Megan Reneau
This inagural event will feature original fine art prints, letterpress creations and printed wearables. Local and regional artists and studios will be demonstrating, producing and selling their works.
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Alcoves 16/17 #4 at New Mexico Museum of Art
35 New Mexico artists are featured in this series of exhibitions. These artist-centered showcases feature new ideas, artists at all stages of their careers and art made in New Mexico right now.
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