Homo Sapiens of Novus Mexicum
If your fellow bipedal primate mammals intrigue you, particularly the herds that roam and inhabit the Southwestern state of New Mexico (population: 2,081,015), migrate to Duel Taproom on Friday, July 7, at 7pm to behold the unveiling of Humans of New Mexico, a photo exhibition celebrating cultural diversity and the traditions held by the animals that dominate the local food chain. The event is free, but only mature specimens (21+) may enter the Downtown watering hole. Included in this paean to urban, rural, pueblo and Indigenous humans, there will be music, poetry and art. The exhibit will be available for perusal through the end of the seventh month in this 2017th year of the Common Era. (Renée Chavez)
Friday July 7, 2017
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Phone: (505) 508-3330
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A photo exhibition celebrating the cultural diversity and traditions of everyday New Mexicans as well as a community-wide effort to capture the complex issues that affect local communities. Runs through 8/1.
Humans of New Mexico and Enchanted Pop Up Present: Humans of New Mexico Exhibit. A photo exhibition celebrating the cultural diversity and traditions of everyday New Mexicans. The Humans of New Mexico project is a community-wide effort to capture the complex issues that affect our communities. Through photography, we offer a platform to voice everyday practices of resistance to societal pressures. The exhibit will feature people and communities from diverse locations in New Mexico, capturing the complexity of urban, rural, pueblo, and Indigenous forms of living that enrich our state.
Join us for an evening of photography, music, poetry, and art!