Alibi V.21 No.22 • May 31-June 6, 2012
Feature Best Western The artistic history and impending comeback of the De Anza Motor Lodge The De Anza Motor Lodge was once a lively outpost of the golden age of Route 66. Now, thanks to neighbors, the city and some rare works of Zuni art, the Upper Nob Hill motel is about to be salvaged.
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com Feature A Ford in the Rio Grande El Vado Auto Court’s uncertain but promising future Amid the Spanish Pueblo revival architectural accents and painted figures from Native American mythology that adorn El Vado Auto Court’s peeling walls, a banner announces “The purest Route 66 motel surviving! 70 years of continuous hospitality!” It’s a sad irony for a business that has been shuttered since 2005 and whose ultimate fate remains in limbo. Art Prints By Southwest Tuesday, May 23: 8am-5pm South Broadway Cultural Center
Prints from Calif., Mexico and the heart of Texas to spark dialog and show how art and prints compare favorably next to work from the greater region. Runs through 6/2.
Learn What to Expect From Your Solar Installer Tuesday, May 23: 6-7:30pm North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center
Jim DesJardins, a 7 year veteran of the solar industry speaks about the process of a typical solar installation.
Wellness AcroYoga Workshop Tuesday, May 23: 7-9pm Yoga Art Space
Chris Filkins shares techniques to expand partner yoga skill sets. Students required to hold a 15 second handstand against the wall, a headstand in the middle of the room and a standing half moon pose.
Song & Dance Her Road Tuesday, May 23: 7:30-9pm The Lensic
A mixed repertoire featuring Jessica Lang’s newest piece inspired by Santa Fe artist Georgia O’Keeffe and her series of New Mexico road paintings.