V.26 No.48 | 11/30/2017
Chris Cozzone Culture Shock The True Lens of the Camera Photographer Chris Cozzone explores the lives playing out in Albuquerque While Chris Cozzone dedicates his working hours to teaching and administrative responsibilities, he still possesses a relentless drive to photograph the world around him, finding a wellspring of inspiration on the streets of Albuquerque and among his students at the jail. Art A Celebration of Cranes Monday, Dec 11: 9am-5pm Albuquerque Open Space Visitor Center
Caryl McHarney creates watercolors, etchings and serigraphs of cranes to share her observations and interpretations of this majestic creature.
Art Ninth Annual Pueblo Gingerbread House Contest Monday, Dec 11: 9am-5pm Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Enter a gingerbread house inspired by a pueblo village, house, community, church or historic building with prizes awarded in children's and adult categories.
Art A View into the Collection Monday, Dec 11: 1pm Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
An exclusive look into the center’s vault to see works of art and artifacts rarely seen by the public.
Words The Liars' Game Monday, Dec 11: 7pm Empire Board Game Library
An interactive game show where three storytellers tell two true stories and one fake story and the audience votes to determine the liar.
Wellness Salsa Level One Monday, Dec 11: 8:30-9:30pm Hiland Dance Studio
Build on the fundamentals of salsa dancing by reinforcing the basic steps, essential footwork, turning and spin techniques, as well as leading and following methods.
Art Querencia: Rituals of the Río Arriba Tuesday, Dec 12: 9am-4pm New Mexico Humanities Council
Award-winning documentary filmmaker and fine-art photographer Miguel Gandert shows his work highlighting his mestizaje heritage, and the fusion and tension of the relationship between Spanish Colonial and Native Cultures of the Americas. Runs through 12/29.
Art The Art of Christmas: New Mexico Style Tuesday, Dec 12: 10am-5pm National Hispanic Cultural Center
Approximately 430 handmade ornaments from over 125 New Mexican artists, collected by the Duran family. Runs through 1/7.