Alibi V.28 No.6 • Feb 7-13, 2019 
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Culture Shock

Send in the Terrifying Archetypes

The circus is in town and I’m scared

Given the noble mission of the annual Shrine Circus in Albuquerque, Alisa Valdes feels a bit remiss using the event as a jumping-off point to explore the fact that polls show more Americans are afraid of clowns than are afraid of climate change.
Albuquerque branding expert Dovya Friedman cites Banksy as an artist who has mastered

Arts Interview

Branding for Artists

Dovya Friedman gets real about getting paid

While branding might be hard for people not trained in business, it's oftentimes the biggest difference between being a struggling artist who must work a day job to survive, and being an artist who is able to make a living from one's art.

Art Preview

Through the Fire

Ceramics show draws parallels between women and clay

To hear artist and professor Kathryne Cyman describe it, working with ceramics is not just art, it is holy.
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Where People Aren’t

Nicola López: Haunted

Artist Nicola López will install Haunted in the Albuquerque Museum lobby as part of the annual Visiting Artist program.
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Go Sage Yo’Self!

Go Sage Yo’Self!

Two Worlds NM, a performance art group, is hosting a first Thursday of the month Native and Indigenous actors, poets, dancers, musicians, and comedy artists. These free to watch virtual performances, happening from 6pm to 7:30pm, are meant to bring viewers the best of Native and Indigenous artists of all genres. The Thursday, August 6 featured performers include Rhiana Yazzie (Diné) from the New Native Theater in Minneapolis, Jir Anderson (Cochiti Pueblo) from the JIR PROJECT, Isiah Yazzie (Diné) Native comedian and Christina M. Castro (Jemez Pueblo/Taos Pueblo) actor for Spider Woman Stories/Native comedian. This is a free community event, live on Zoom, with links available by email or on Eventbrite.

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