Alibi V.28 No.17 • April 25-May 1, 2019
(De)Colonized Ewok

Arts Interview

Inspiration, Context and Myth

Ryan Singer’s Childhood Mythologies

The future may be as bright as his pallet for painter Ryan Singer, but the mythologies in his work can be recognized from a past not so long ago, from a place not so far away.
Jamal Tom Designs

Art Magnified

Gathering a New, Queer Narrative

New fashion from Darin Jamal Tom debuts

Weekly Alibi spoke with Darin Jamal Tom, a fashion designer with roots in his culture but a commitment to couture, bringing young, chic, wearable fashion to this year’s Gathering of Nations.
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Hiding in the Open
photo by Henry Hammel

Found Objects

This week, check out Contemporary Art Journalism Then & Now, Burque Revolt Poetry Slam Battle, Hiding in the Open and the Shakespeare 505 Iambithon.
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Glamour Profession

Che Malambo

The powerhouse, all-male Argentinian dance company brings its thrilling percussive dance and music spectacle celebrating the art of the Gauchos.
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That Toddlin’ Town

Chicago

Catch the timeless musical set in the roaring '20s with fabulous music and immortal staging by Bob Fosse.
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Image by Clarke Condé

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Grand Art

Art Along the Rio Grande

A one-day art fair showcasing the cultural heritage and ecological significance of the Rio Grande Valley with local artists, tours of the refuge, city nature challenge events, live music, food trucks and kids' activities.
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Jung Lied for You

10th Annual Vocal Artistry Art Song Festival: Das Lied

Hear the final concert and see the award-winners during the closing event.
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