Alibi V.28 No.15 • April 11-17, 2019 
Bones of Nina’s daughter

Art Magnified

Nina’s Story

Ananke by Viola Arduini

Ananke is an intertwined work in three parts. The first is the bacteria with Nina's story inserted using CRISPR. The second is the photographs that offer physical evidence. The third is the soundscape of the p53 gene translated into music.
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Arts Interview

The Inescapable Story of One in Two

Playwright shines light on Indian Country sexual violence in 1N2IAN

Weekly Alibi sat down with playwright Jay B. Muskett to talk about 1N2IAN, a play to tell the tale and raise awareness of the fact that over 50 percent of Native women have experienced sexual abuse.
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Found Objects

This week, there's Icons and Symbols of the Borderlands, The Symphony of Sleep: Sleep and the Brain, the UnAmerican Comedy Show, John Mulvany: All Things are: Impermanent Imperfect Incomplete and Free Range Art: Creativity Without Limits.
Image courtesy of Musical Theatre Southwest

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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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Get into the Groove

This is Your Brain on Dance

Great strides have been made in understanding the connection between dance and the brain since the mid-1980s when researcher Madonna Ciccone postulated that “you can dance for inspiration.” Get into the grooves (and folds) of your brain with the latest research as The New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science brings contemporary theories on the impact of dance on the brain to the dance floor

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Periodical Pursuit

SouthWest Writers' Class: Writing for Magazines

Published author Melody Groves presents tips for taking assignments and developing ideas for magazine writing.
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