V.26 No.35 | 8/31/2017
Suzanna Sbarge / 516 ARTS Culture Shock Fly By Night The “Moth Migration Project” lands in downtown Albuquerque Hilary Lorenz put out a call asking for individuals to make paper moths and mail them to her to so she could arrange them together in a massive installation of 40,000 moths—the number of moths a grizzly bear can eat in a single day. Art Querencia: Rituals of the Río Arriba Tuesday, Nov 21: 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 ARTScrawl Tuesday, Nov 21: 10am-5pm Gallery ABQ
Color, shape and texture with featured pottery and clay masks artist Marlies Diels, and fiber artist Char Punke. Runs through 11/30.
Art Traces of Ink Tuesday, Nov 21: 11am-5pm Fragrant Leaf Tea Boutique
Contemporary Zen-inspired brushed ink calligraphy on handmade paper from Meredith McPherson. Runs through 11/30.
Kids Pop Art Portraiture Tuesday, Nov 21: 3:30-5:30pm Main Library
Teens use vibrant color and creative techniques to create unique portraits influenced by the style of famous pop artist Roy Lichtenstein.
Words A Lot Like Christmas Tuesday, Nov 21: 5:30-7pm Page One Bookstore
Connie Willis, one the most decorated science-fiction author alive today, talks about and signs her new collection of holiday-oriented stories.