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 Apr 1 - 7, 2010 
Jeremy Montoya

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Albuquerque. A high-desert city of half a million souls, all bumping into each other on the way to destiny. A sleepy town? Sure, this ain't no Pittsburgh or anything, but there's plenty here to keep the denizens of Dirt City well-fed with art, depending on their appetites. Here's the menu.


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Jeremy Montoya

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Poster Posse

The art of rock

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Murder By Death was coming to Albuquerque in May 2008, and Jeremy Montoya, a graphic designer and loyal fan of the band, wanted to take part. He decided to print up some posters.


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An early view of   One Million Bones

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Making Change

One Million Bones protests genocide, one papier-mâché femur at a time

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Apathy is often cited as the reason that people fail to act against injustice, though perhaps impotence is a more useful way to describe such inaction. If we approach the problem from this perspective—that people don’t act because they don’t feel capable of affecting change—it has a very clear solution: Offer people a compelling, tangible way to make a difference and they will seize it.


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That Toddlin’ Town

Chicago

By Clarke Conde
Catch the timeless musical set in the roaring '20s with fabulous music and immortal staging by Bob Fosse.
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Get into the Groove

This is Your Brain on Dance

By Clarke Condé

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 this Friday, April 19 from 6pm to 10:30pm for This is Your Brain on Dance. In addition to the dancing and brain-using, there will be a cash bar, TED Talks in the planetarium, food trucks and a farewell celebration for Cretaceous king of the dance floor Stan the T-Rex. Tickets are $15 at the door ($10 for museum and dance club members) for this 21-and-over event.

 

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Periodical Pursuit

SouthWest Writers' Class: Writing for Magazines

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