Alibi V.20 No.44 • Nov 3-9, 2011 
Eighty-four skulls ready for decoration

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Skulls on Parade

The brains behind a hundred arty calaveras at Boro Gallery

Donovan Richard knows how to get inside an artist's head. That's why he handed out 130 ceramic clay skulls he molded, cast and fired—for free. He asked artists to render the white skulls into a token of remembrance for a lost loved one to be enshrined in an altar. It's all part of a project titled A Day to Remember: Día de los Muertos, culminating at Downtown's Boro Gallery.

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Culture Shock

Cop Some Art

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Jacob Lewis (right) delivers a commanding performance.
Courtney Wilgus

Performance Review

Lashes, Lips and Nazis

Jacob Lewis dazzles in Albuquerque Little Theatre’s Cabaret

ALT’s production of Cabaret is a good show. It has solid actors, a well-developed set and a live orchestra providing a strong backbone to its many musical numbers. But there’s one element to Cabaret that’s not just good, but great. That would be Jacob Lewis.

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Culture Shock

Cop Some Art

Artist Eva Avenue thinks police officers could be more Zen-like. That notion and the much-documented officer-involved shootings in Albuquerque are the driving inspiration behind I Cops, a group show she's curated at Cellar Door Gifts & Gallery.

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Courtesy of the artist

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Cha-Ching

64 Hexagrams

Inspired by the 64 hexagrams from the 2,000-year-old Chinese I Ching, they combine trigrams related to heaven, earth, thunder, water, mountain, wind and fire. Runs through 10/27.
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Courtesy of Wicked

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Are You a Good Witch or a Bad Witch?

Wicked

The Broadway sensation takes a look at the land of Oz from a different perspective.
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