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Is that person an actor playing a zombie, a member of the audience dressed like a zombie or an actual zombie that wandered into the theater off Central? Those are the questions you can ask yourself at the Halloween performance of Zombie Attack! at Auxdog Theatre Nob Hill (3011 Monte Vista Blvd. NE) on Thursday, Oct.31 at 8pm. Tickets are $15, but only $5 if you show up dressed head-to-toe like a zombie with face paint and a zombie grin. For more information and tickets, see auxdogtheatre.org.
Jodie Herrera brings two series to the walls of Relic (117 Seventh Street NW) on Friday, Nov. 1 with an opening reception from 5pm to 9pm. The first is her work Women Across Borders which focuses on the refugee and immigrant issues that face the subjects in her work. The second is a collection of oil paintings straight out of her subconscious mind. For more information on this free, all-ages event, see jodieherrera.com.
If you had one shot or one opportunity to see everything you ever wanted in One Moment, One Chance – New Work by Bruce Carpenter, would you capture it or just let it slip? Fortunately, the stakes are rarely that high when it comes to art exhibits here in Albuquerque and the reception for Bruce Carpenter’s New Work at Remarque: New Grounds Print Workshop (3812 Central Ave. SE Ste. 100B) on Friday, Nov. 1 from 5pm to 8pm is but your first opportunity to see these large-scale, East Asian-inspired prints. Join Carpenter for a talk about his work at 6pm on opening night. For more information on this free, all-ages event, see remarqueprintshop.com.
Photo Russell Maynor
The ABQwerty Type Writer Society gathers up their collection of classic 20th century typewriters, brings them down to Pennysmiths Paper (4022 Rio Grande Blvd. NW) and lets people try typing something out the way it used to be done at their Fall Type Out event. Luddites, steampunks, antiquarians and like-minded types hankering for a carriage return to the past can check out the collection at this free, all-ages event from 1pm to 4pm on Sunday, Nov. 3. Be sure to bring plenty of white-out. For more information, see pennysmiths.com.