V.21 No.42 | 10/18/2012
Music Daniel Brigman spins the sonic wheel Daniel Brigman is the curator of DIY venue Moldspores, founder of micro-label Featherspines and an experimental musician. He performs solo as Father of the Flood and plays bass in Contortionist. Hear his noise live on Friday evening. Since Brigman doesn’t own an MP3 player, he devised an innovative method of divining his random tracks. Read all about it in this week’s Song Roulette . Watch Father of the Flood’s “Disclosure / Salt Verse” video below. Daniel Brigman with Kevin Greenspon, Hedia and Eric Ortega Friday, October 19, 7 p.m. Moldspores 923 11th Street NW Tickets: $5, all-ages moldsporesabq.blogspot.com Kids Matchstick Forest Thursday, June 29: 9:30-11am 516 ARTS
Ecologist Krista Bonfantine demonstrates strategies for managing local forests to prevent fires. Participants design and test their own matchstick forests and tour the
Fires of Change exhibition. Registration recommended. Kids Creative Movement Thursday, June 29: 11am-noon East Mountain Library
Young children develop early literacy skills though music, dancing, singing, stories and exploring of simple musical concepts.
Film Vicky Cristina Barcelona Thursday, June 29: 7-8:30pm National Hispanic Cultural Center
While spending a summer in Spain, two young Americans meet a charming Casanova and his volatile ex-wife. They all become romantically entangled and sparks begin to fly in hilarious fashion.
Song & Dance Square Dance Thursday, June 29: 7pm Tractor Brewing Wells Park
Marj Mullany calls while the Virginia Creepers provide the old-time tunes.
Learn Space Science: International Asterioid Day Friday, June 30: 5:30-10pm NM Museum of Natural History & Science
Learn about asterioids, NASA's mission to the asteroid belt and what is known about asteroid impacts on Earth. Registration recommended.
Stage Greater Tuna Friday, June 30: 7:30-8pm Vortex Theatre
Brennan Foster and Shawn Boyd play over 20 of Tuna, Texas', eccentric inhabitants from gun-clubbers to church ladies in a town where the Lion's Club is too liberal and Patsy Cline never dies.
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