V.20 No.35 | 9/1/2011
Alibi Picks Art From Unconsciousness In the Jungian theory of psychiatry, the anima is the female element or inner personality in the collective unconscious, and the manifestation of feminine attributes in men. It is also the title of Archer Dougherty’s solo show opening at Stranger Factory on Friday. In Anima she focuses what she calls her “pop surrealistic visions” around strong female themes. She says the characters she portrays are poised somewhere in limbo between childhood and the adult world, trying to tackle internal demons and outside influences. Figures of women surrounded by bright colors, theatrical details and whimsical—and somehow ominous—creatures mark her work. Anima Opens Friday, Sept. 2, 6 to 9 p.m. Runs through Oct. 2 Stranger Factory 109 Carlisle NE 508-3049, email@example.com Art Art and Oppression Opening Reception Monday, July 24: 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.
Kids Kung Fu Summer Camp Monday, July 24: 9-11:45am Chinese Culture Center
Kids 6-12 learn self-discipline, basic martial arts techniques, agilty training, tumbling practiced in traditional Kung Fu martial arts. Snacks provided.
Art Bridging Worlds Monday, July 24: 9am-6pm Sorrel Sky Gallery
Star Liana York shows her bronze sculptures that reflect her boundless interest in the people, animals, environment and culture of the Southwest. Runs through 7/31.
Art American Dreams Monday, July 24: 10am-6pm Turner Carroll Gallery
Hung Liu shows a body of work adopting American imagery and bold, colorful underpaintings in each work. Runs through 8/4.
Kids Build A Better World Monday, July 24: 10:30-11:30am Taylor Ranch Library
Sarah Malone shares a range of stories from around the world in a fast paced, interactive and fun program with plenty of audience participation.
Art Art Exhibition Monday, July 24: 11am-5pm Jemez Fine Art Gallery
Paintings by Rajen displayed.
Art illuminexus Monday, July 24: 5-8pm April Price Project Gallery
Four artists whose works compose a confluence of diverse aesthetic sinsibilities.
Film Albuquerque Jewish Film Fest: Body and Soul Tuesday, July 25: 7-10pm Jewish Community Center of Greater Albuquerque
Learn about the early performance history of the jazz standard
Body and Soul, one of the most recorded songs in the jazz repertoire and how that relates to the relationships between African Americans and American Jews. • Saudade's Brazilian Jazz 8.3.2017