Women And Creativity: It’s The Real March Madness

Edith P. Giblets
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Women and Creativity: ItÕs the Real March Madness
Dr. Blackwell has heard of your creativity and approves.
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Women’s History Month is almost over, but there are still a few events you can check out as part of Women and Creativity, the National Hispanic Cultural Center’s ambitious month-long showcase of females who do things.

Tonight, go to
9 for 5: Nine Albuquerque Poets at the NHCC Domenici Education Center. It starts at 7 p.m. and is free.

On Saturday, March 27,
Explora! (1701 Mountain NW) presents Elizabeth Blackwell—Courage to be First , a play that looks at the life of the first female American doctor. Bad ass. Shows are at 1 and 3 p.m. and are free with admission.

Also on Saturday,
516 ARTS (516 Central SW) invites you to 516 WORDS, presented in conjunction with its current Form & Function exhibit. The reading features Lauren Camp, Jasmine Cuffee, Jamie Figueroa and Valerie Martinez. It all begins at 8 p.m. and costs you zero dollars.
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