Alibi V.17 No.45 • Nov 6-12, 2008
Feature: Film Guide ’Tis the Season (for Cinema) Fall Film Guide 2008 Summer may be a distant memory, but that doesn’t mean you’re done watching blockbuster films, Oscar-worthy indies and pure, overhyped crapola. Oh, no. The fall movie season is just beginning. With Thanksgiving and Christmas right around the corner, Hollywood studios are lining up, once again, to pick your pockets. We’ve got superspies, vampires, talking mice, Will Smith, Jim Carrey, Adam Sandler and a superhero or two. And that’s just the beginning. Art Art and Oppression Opening Reception Monday, Aug 21: 8am-5pm Santa Fe University of Art and Design
Curated photographs record victims of civil war in Sri Lanka, Guatemalan refugees in Mexico, uranium mining in western N.M., as well as the suppression of women, police violence and surveillance. Runs through 9/15.
Art 66 Mile Radius Monday, Aug 21: 9am-5pm Tamarind Institute
Judy Tuwaletstiwa, Nina Elder and Tom Miller represent unique responses to New Mexico's history, landscape and culture. Runs through 9/8.
Art Phylum Monday, Aug 21: 10am-5pm Metallo Gallery
Alicia Stewart and Ezri Horne present a body of work that serves as a visual device to communicate identity and empathy. Runs through 9/9.
Art Belly People Monday, Aug 21: 11am-6pm Ghostwolf Gallery
Sculptors Janice Trimpe and Jaymes Dudding present a series of smaller figures that endearingly capture the reality of the human form as well as ceramic works reflecting ancient rituals. Runs through 8/31.
Wellness How to De-stress to Improve Skin and Digestion Monday, Aug 21: Noon-1pm Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity ReStore
Herbalist Bernadette Torres demonstrates how to make and use tinctures and lotions to reduce stress, maintain healthy skin and improve digestion.
Wellness Mindful Walking Monday, Aug 21: 6:30-7:30pm Tigeaux Park
Appreciate the sounds, smells and beauty of the park while maintaining fitness and communal bonds.