Art Against the Brutal Tide
Local activist brings a million bones to Washington
On August 27, 2011, a preview installation of 50,000 bones was placed at the intersection of Fourth and Central by Albuquerque volunteers. Now, after three years of planning, education and hard work, the complete exhibit will unfold June 8 through 10 in our nation's capital. Each one of the million artwork bones, handmade by students, artists and activists from around the world, "represents a call to action, a story, a voice."
The project, which was born in Albuquerque, is headed by Naomi Natale. Speakers and performers, including Albuquerque's Poet Laureate Hakim Bellamy, will be present, and a candlelight vigil will take place Sunday evening.
Musical Chairs at National Hispanic Cultural Center
A romantic film from director Susan Seidelman (Desperately Seeking Susan). Part of the Albuquerque Latin Dance Festival.
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