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V.25 No.9 | 3/3/2016
Helen Hardin, Pablita Velarde and Margarete Bagshaw
courtesy of the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

Culture Shock

Honoring Blood and Culture

The artistic legacy of a matriarchal dynasty

A three generational dynasty of women, while inherently bound by blood and culture, is divergent and unconstrained by the traditions established by their matriarch or pueblo.
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V.25 No.8 | 2/25/2016
Anat Grigorio
Gadi Dagon

Culture Shock

The Collectors of Movement

Keshet celebrates dance's power and diversity at new festival

Keshet Dance Company's Rio Grande Movement Collectors Festival brings together a diverse troupe of far flung dancers.
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Sam Cieri and Mackenzie Lesser-Roy
Joan Marcus

Arts Interview

A Show Unlike Any Other

Mackenzie Lesser-Roy lives the dream in Once

In anticipation of the eight time Tony Award winning show’s opening night in our city, Maggie Grimason was lucky enough to speak with Once colead Mackenzie Lesser-Roy.
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Gallery Preview

Get Thee Downtown

In March, Downtown awakens

This March, the galleries that cover Albuquerque's Downtown corridor are showcasing a range of thoughtful exhibitions that make visiting the historic Downtown sphere well worth it.
Once
Joan Marcus

Arts Interview

Once Lost, Twice Found

Sam Cieri on life, music and Broadway’s bright lights

August March chatted with the up and coming Once colead, Sam Cieri, ahead of his production's stop at Popejoy Hall.
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V.25 No.7 | 02/18/2016
Totally professional Alibi Art

podcast

Different brush strokes for different folks

This week we're on our blue period and talking about the artsy fartsy smartsies from the Alibi's art department.
V.25 No.7 | 2/18/2016
Gorgon Girls
Garo Z. Antreasian

Culture Shock

Grabbing the Mystery

Garo Antreasian illuminates his life and his art

A week before his 94th birthday, Garo Antreasian sat down with Maggie Grimason to discuss his past work, his current inspirations and his recent publication, Reflections on Life and Art.
V.25 No.6 | 2/11/2016
GRAFT
courtesy of GRAFT

Culture Shock

Fun All Day, Every Day

GRAFT marks its one year anniversary with Fun-A-Day opening

The parameters of Fun-A-Day are simple: participants repeat a creative process every day for the month of January. In February, an un-juried exhibition is held to showcase the results.
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V.25 No.4 | 1/28/2016
Gauge
Sarah McNair-Landry

Culture Shock

What We Listen For

In Lightning Speak Raven Chacon composes music that celebrates silence

While Lightning Speak’s pieces are charged with meaning, Raven Chacon insists that his reading doesn't have to be the one that audiences take away from the exhibit.

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Winter's Rapture

February art openings celebrate the unconventional

Enjoy the opportunity this season brings to stay inside, to create and to take in the offbeat and wonderful art that our city has to offer.
V.25 No.3 | 1/21/2016
Grey Blanco and Caroline Graham
Christy Lopez

Culture Shock

The Trappings and the Suits of Woe

The Vortex Theatre tackles immense emotion in Hamlet

Hamlet's incipient yearning—yes, paired with intrigue and bloody vengeance, too—is exactly what you make of it, and so many of us find deep resonance, or at least the memory of it, in the weight shouldered by the title character.
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V.25 No.2 | 1/14/2016
Goby Sick
Jim Lynch

Culture Shock

The Space Between the Images

7000 BC teaches a new kind of literacy

7000 BC is a support group for people who make comics.
V.25 No.1 | 1/7/2016
Aztec Economy
Scott Eslinger

Culture Shock

Around the World in 21 Days

Three week festival brings theater from four continents to Albuquerque

With travel plans and interviews thwarted, the idea of the world coming to visit me for Revolutions 2016 in the dark of Tricklock’s theater sounded attractive.
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V.24 No.53 | 12/31/2015
Camus the Whale

Year in Review: Arts & Lit

Art Beat Annual

A look back at 2015 in Arts & Lit

These are some of the events, exhibitions, plays and books that made 2015 such a rewarding year to be engaged with art and literature in our high desert city.

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Gallery Guide

Check one resolution off your list on New Year's Day

This year, Albuquerque's First Friday ARTScrawl just so happens to coincide with the first day of 2016, and there are plenty of events to keep you occupied at local galleries throughout the month.
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