Alibi V.28 No.14 • April 4-10, 2019 
A Prairie Fisher King

Arts Interview

The Myth of the Prairie Fisher King

The American Midwest and Chelsea Darter

In the American Midwest, things have changed. Chelsea Darter grew up there and is now looking through her lens at little pieces of what is recognizable, and much that has turned into something less. Is it a broken landscape undergoing economic decay and political contraction, or a wounded king barely doing his once noble job?
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Photos by Josh Bien.

Art Preview

Grotesque Change in Seventies Splendor

Arts Hub Presents Sonder: Transformations

Transformation is something of an uber-theme at Arts Hub, with an end goal of building community and a process for now of producing shows like Sonder: Transformations that are unlike those commonly found in New Mexico.
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Found Objects

Reverse Orientation

This week there's The Flick, Kukani (Red) Paintings on the Wall, Burque Revolt Poetry Slam LAST Chance SLAM and Sale of the Bowls for Soup is Love Project.
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Glamour Profession

Che Malambo

The powerhouse, all-male Argentinian dance company brings its thrilling percussive dance and music spectacle celebrating the art of the Gauchos.
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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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Grand Art

Art Along the Rio Grande

A one-day art fair showcasing the cultural heritage and ecological significance of the Rio Grande Valley with local artists, tours of the refuge, city nature challenge events, live music, food trucks and kids' activities.
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Jung Lied for You

10th Annual Vocal Artistry Art Song Festival: Das Lied

Hear the final concert and see the award-winners during the closing event.
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