V.24 No.44 | 10/29/2015
For the Love of Cabbage
Saturday, Nov 7: 8th Annual Korean Kimchi Festival
By Maggie Grimason [ Thu Nov 5 2015 4:00 PM ]
Taste various kimchi, rice cakes, korean bbq and mandu. See folk dances and more.
Ryan Dickey via flickr
Maximum Bacon Achieved
Saturday, Nov 7: 3rd Annual Southwest Bacon Fest
By Ty Bannerman [ Thu Nov 5 2015 12:00 PM ]
Celebrate bacon, beer and blues as 50 restaurants, food trucks and chefs serve up their most creative bacon dishes.
V.24 No.2 | 1/8/2015
By Lisa Barrow
A truly dizzying array of awesome performance unleashes at the Tricklock Revolutions Festival, plus a visual whammy from You’re On TV and Wes Naman.
V.23 No.40 | 10/2/2014
A History of Balloon Fiesta
How media marketing transformed the autumn sky
By August March
August March delves into the storied history of the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.
Indie/Electro/Punk Music Festival
Outsider Art Thrives in Shiprock
Indie/electro/punk fest as Native soundtrack
By August March
August March delivers deets on the 4th annual Indie/Electro/Punk Music Festival happening this weekend in Shiprock, N.M.
V.23 No.35 | 8/28/2014
Crossing the line
Days of artacular events: Cross-pollinate in the desert with AZ/NM Connection, and rest from your labors at the Fierce Women Warriors party.
V.23 No.26 | 6/26/2014
Image courtesy of enchantmentburn.com
“Be as Weird as You Want”
Enchantment brings Burning Man to New Mexico (more or less)
By Mike Smith
New Mexicans finally have a chance to participate in a Burning Man event close to home.
V.23 No.25 | 6/19/2014
By Carl Petersen
Wherein Alibi publisher Carl Petersen waxes nostalgic about beloved Alibi alum and musician Michael Henningsen in preview of a sonic celebration of his life.
V.23 No.24 | 6/12/2014
CC BY Julian Jensen
Summer At Warp Speed
By August March
Wherein August March traces the history of subcultural footwear in preview of the Vans Warped Tour.
V.23 No.19 | 5/8/2014
CC BY Madeleine Holland
Summer Guide 2014
Southwest Summer Fests
An Alibi guide to enchanted N.M. travel
By August March
Summer is a time to celebrate, and August March is here to tell you how to do it properly.
V.22 No.45 |
Hour of the Lobo
Nightlight short illuminates UNM
By Rebecca Gonzales [ Wed Nov 6 2013 10:39 PM ]
In the mood for something a bit artsy and altogether local?
Kamiomedia recently released a short media production titled “UNM @ Night.” The short spotlights a variety of beautiful scenes on Albuquerque’s favorite campus—sorry CNM Suncats, but I’m a Lobo—from within the mantle of midnight.
The Kamiomedia video team—Kyle Maier, Amie Gibson and Rico Ramirez—captured images reminiscent of a light show. In some instances, the filmmakers demonstrate their creative expertise by highlighting the glowing colors of campus with special effects like a fisheye lens and slow motion. And nearly all Kamiomedia productions feature original music by the trio themselves. This brief cinematic outing is only one example among many works by the visual and musical artistic collective.
Sometimes I fail to fully appreciate the beauty of my own campus, and this short film gave me a fresh appreciation for UNM's eclectic visual landscape—natural fall color juxtaposed with bright neon. If you have three minutes to spare, check it out below.
Speaking of UNM and short films, swing by the Southwest Film Center—located in the Student Union Building—on Nov. 9 for the second annual UNM Student Film Festival—where more sublime cinematic treats await you.
V.22 No.36 | 9/5/2013
Finding Reggie Watts
An Albuquerque comedian’s adventures in Denver
By Genevieve Mueller [ Tue Sep 3 2013 2:01 PM ]
Comedy maven Genevieve Mueller went looking for Reggie Watts, but she found something a lot bigger.
V.22 No.23 | 6/6/2013
Summertime Theater Dreams
By Leigh Hile
Leigh Hile reports on youth theater, The Vortex and The Bard.
Pinup-ology Kustom Photography
Old Neon and Mercury Rising
Rockabilly on the Route serves up sonic sizzle
By Captain America
Music writer Captain America illuminates this weekend’s inaugural Rockabilly on the Route fest. Head out to Tucumcari for Wanda Jackson, classic cars, a pin-up contest and more.
V.20 No.37 | 9/15/2011
courtesy of OFFCenter
We Art the People
Huge puppets, acrobats and crafts galore
By Summer Olsson [ Fri Sep 9 2011 3:00 PM ]
Giant puppet samba parade? Say no more; I’m there. OFFCenter Community Arts Project is throwing its ninth annual folk art festival, We Art the People, on Sunday in Robinson Park (Eighth Street and Central NW). In addition to the parade, a family of jugglers, acrobats and magicians known as Clan Tynker will be running around spreading merriment. The daylong event—including a Rogue Bindis belly dance performance, the Cajun rhythm and blues of Joe Daddy & Hoodoo Jeff’s Swamp Fried Duo, bluegrass by Holy Water & Whiskey, and a crafting tent with supplies for kids and adults—is free. The only thing you might spend dough on is the work of more than 90 self-taught folk and community artists.
OFFCenter says the sale of OFFCenter products, baked goods and yard sale items at this event will benefit the nonprofit and its low-income and/or homeless artists throughout the year. Also a portion of the food sales from the day is being donated to OFFCenter by the mobile vendors.
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