Alibi V.28 No.20 • May 16-22, 2019 
Kindness Club’s Take a Smile poster

Arts Interview

The Art of Kindnesses

Small, positive overt acts of empathy

It was seeing the impact that small, positive, overt acts had on a school day that prompted Melinda Forward to begin the Kindness Club. Weekly Alibi sat down with her to talk about empathy and the role of small, positive things.
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More Clouds to Come at Pueblo Montaño Trailhead
photo by Clarke Condé

Art Magnified

Throwing It All Away

McGoldrick’s dumpster full of clouds

Approaching any dumpster is not exactly a thrill, but maybe if you were walking along the path by the river, and then back to your car at the Pueblo Montaño Trailhead with an empty cup in your hand, it might be a welcome sight. Lance Ryan McGoldrick’s dumpster will offer you no comfort in that task. You will be denied. It does not work as a dumpster. You will leave this dumpster full-handed.
Pinhole photography at the Albuquerque Museum
Photo by Clarke Condé

Found Objects

Coming up, there's a pinhole photography demo, Fiber Crawl, Pumpgirl, Constructed Reality and the South American Folk Fair.
Image by Dorothea Lange


Remember This

Voces & Manoa in Braceros: How We Remember

Join two of the National Hispanic Cultural Center’s Summer Institutes for Youth programs, Voces and the Manoa Project, as they are joined by the Arizona-based Safos Dance Theater for Braceros: How We Remember at the National Hispanic Cultural Center on Saturday, June 22 at 2pm. Through dance and movement, teens explore the migrant labor program that brought over two million Mexican laborers to the U.S. for short-term work in the 1940a, '50s and '60s. For more information on this free, all-ages event, see