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This Friday, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center unveils a new exhibition by Jonathan Juanico of Acoma Pueblo. Juanico—a self-taught artist, who is also the purveyor of Native Maize Apparel & Design—blends traditional symbolism and stories rooted in the natural world with digital mediums that bring them to light in an entirely new way. This collection of Juanico’s work, titled Degrees of Tradition, will be up until April 8, and is included with admission to the museum. Join the artist and other celebrants for a reception on Friday, Jan. 19, between 5 and 8pm.
After a brief shuttering while its interiors were being renovated, the Adobe Theater (9813 Fourth Street NW) will swing open its doors once more on Friday, Jan. 19, for the opening of Doublewide, Texas. This comedy authored by the same playwrights that brought us the wildly popular The Savannah Sipping Society, weaves a tale about life inside of one of the smallest trailer parks in all of Texas. Here, the drama unfolds as friends, enemies and neighbors of the tiny community band together to fight annexation. General admission is $20, and Doublewide runs until Feb. 11.
Join the creator of everyone’s favorite pop-up toy shop, Color Wheel Toys, at Spurline Supply Co. (800 20th Street NW) this Saturday, Jan. 20, for a wholesome, creative good time at their Re-imagined Stuffed Animal Workshop. There, for a pittance of $10, Keri from Color Wheel will lead participants in the dissection of misfit toys, and then, in the process of frankenstein-ing them back together to create the creature of your dreams. The hour-long lab begins runs from 2 to 3pm, and is suitable for everyone 9 years old and up.
You’ve probably seen his work on the bodies of all of your friends, but this Wednesday, Jan. 24, the one-and-only tattoo artist, printmaker, designer and all-around artist-extraordinaire Delano Garcia is bringing his work to an entirely new venue at Adult Coloring Night. This recurring event at Tractor Brewing Wells Park (1800 Fourth Street NW) invites different artists to host each time and bring their unique flair to compositions to be colored. So, grab your crayons, grab a drink, and get into creation mode from 3 to 11pm. It’s all good and it’s all free.