Alibi V.27 No.36 • Sept 6-12, 2018 
L to R: Ginger Dunnill, Nicholas Galanin, Merritt Johnson, and Sterlin Harjo. All artists who have shared their stories on Broken Boxes.

Culture Shock

Authenticity on the Airwaves

Broken Boxes podcast amplifies unrepressed narratives

In her podcast, Ginger Dunnill carves out a platform for Indigenous artists, queer, gender non-conforming and women artists, and artists of color and those of “mixed/lost/stolen heritage.”
Gomez embroiders the stories of migrants over newspaper headlines
Kemely Gomez

Arts Interview

Stitch in Print

Kemely Gomez’ work shares authentic narratives of migration

Aún no Escrito (Unwritten), Kemely Gomez tackles the construction of the prevailing narratives surrounding immigration and gives them breadth, upends them or simply adds to them by embroidering real stories of migrants on top of those written and distributed in print media.
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Found Objects

Curtains Up

New shows premiere all over town

On the evening of Friday, Sept. 7, all over town new works are premiering on well-trodden stages. The diversity of opening night experiences that theater enthusiasts can choose from speaks to the abundance of local productions and talent that we have across the city.
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Radiant Reveries Revealed

Lost in a Dream: Fantasy and Abstracted Images by Joan Fenicle

Pixels and paint bring to life dreamscapes that spring from Fenicle’s imagination. Her images of forest dwellers and landscapes, like dreams, invite you to add your own meaning. Runs through 01/27/19.
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Banjos are Cool Now

We Banjo 3

Ireland's fusion band finds common ground between old world tradition and authentic Americana using a banjo, fiddle, guitar and mandolin in an innovation of styles that dubbed Celtgrass.
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