Photography in Interesting Times
Center’s Review Santa Fe Photo Festival
When everyone has a camera in their pocket why would you need a professional photographer? For 25 years, Center has kept photographers one step ahead of the turbulent and often overwhelming curse and blessing of living in these modern, interesting times.
The Crane in Abstract
“Hidden Duo” by P. K. Williams
To the crane, New Mexico may feel like an oasis. To P.K. Williams, the crane’s appearance may be an oasis in her work, as autumn turns colder and the vibrance of plant life no longer makes for a viable subject.
courtesy of the artist
A Tale of Two Rivers
Renny Golden’s The Music of Her Rivers
The Music of Her Rivers is a two-part book of poetry about the history of two rivers: the Rio Grande and the Chicago River.
Photo by Amelia Ampuero
Come to the Unconference Kickoff Party, Spooky Slam, Through the Lives and Ghost, Ghost, Come Out Tonight.
Image by George Williams
The play touches on anti-semitism and friction through the lens of delicatessen owners and their past traumas.
Image by Jason Quigley
Portland Cello Project
Portland’s premiere alt.classical group brings a huge, orchestral ensemble including brass, percussion and guest vocals by Patti King, that performs a night in homage to Radiohead.