Jul 28 - Aug 3, 2005 

Untitled by Mick Sheldon

Culture Shock

By Steven Robert Allen

Mick Sheldon grew up during the '50s and '60s in Nevada. As a child, his father—a ventriloquist with a yellow monkey—ran a local kiddy television show. Sheldon was apparently scarred for life when his mother made him dress up as a blue rabbit for the show.

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Detail from “George” by Matthew Lutz

Gallery Review

Atlas of a Difficult World

Shadows and Portraits at UNM's Jonson Gallery

By Steven Robert Allen

For better or worse, excellent art is often born out of disaster. Matthew Lutz' grandfather died following a brutal battle with lung and brain cancer, and observing this struggle had a deep effect on Lutz. Later, when he entered the MFA program at UNM to study visual art, he taught an undergraduate who fought a similar battle against metastasized breast cancer. Her fight inspired Lutz to complete his master's degree even after he personally suffered a life-altering spinal cord injury.

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Book Review

Waiting to Inhale

Review by Christie Chisholm

How to Breathe Underwater

How to Breathe Underwater

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Book Review

Sometimes You Feel Like a Nut, Sometimes You Don't

Review by John Freeman

Big Cats

Big Cats

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