Due to the March 23, 2020 NM DOH Public Health Order, These Event Listings Are Not Accurate!
- Monte Vista Fire StationOpen Mic with Dee Brown
- B2B2 BarrioBrain Gang Trivia
- Thirsty Eye Brewing CompanyThirsty Word Reading Series
- Academy for the Love of Learning (Santa Fe)ONGOINGMore Beautiful and Amazing: Art Inspired by Ernest Thompson Seton
A new installation by artist Nicola López, Haunted, opened at the Albuquerque Museum, sort of. The large-scale exhibit of collaged, printed and hand-drawn elements that fills the main wall in the entryway to the museum ironically examines the Southwestern landscape haunted by the inescapable presence of humans. On display until at least May 2021, Haunted will hopefully greet visitors soon and assuredly will have a virtual component available on the museum’s website in the coming weeks. (Clarke Condé)Albuquerque Museum of Art and HistoryONGOINGNicola López: Haunted
Cartoonist Jim Davis said, “Way down deep, we’re all motivated by the same urges. Cats have the courage to live by them.” That from the creator of the most iconic of office breakroom posters is a fitting entry point into the new exhibit Cat Tales opening this week and running through Aug. 27 at the Placitas Community Library. It’s hard to say what role libraries will play in the future, but the Placitas library is indeed hanging on with this multimedia exhibit of local artists’ depiction of cats that is offered both in person and online. Library hours are subject to change so it is best to check the library website before you go at placitaslibrary.com. You can also see the entire exhibit anytime online at PCLArt.com. (Clarke Condé)Placitas Community Library (Placitas)Cat Tales
- Go Sage Yo’Self!
Two Worlds NM, a performance art group, is hosting a first Thursday of the month Native and Indigenous actors, poets, dancers, musicians, and comedy artists. These free to watch virtual performances, happening from 6pm to 7:30pm, are meant to bring viewers the best of Native and Indigenous artists of all genres. The Thursday, August 6 featured performers include Rhiana Yazzie (Diné) from the New Native Theater in Minneapolis, Jir Anderson (Cochiti Pueblo) from the JIR PROJECT, Isiah Yazzie (Diné) Native comedian and Christina M. Castro (Jemez Pueblo/Taos Pueblo) actor for Spider Woman Stories/Native comedian. This is a free community event, live on Zoom, with links available by email or on Eventbrite. (Carolyn Carlson)
- Wanted: Your Best Photographs
Shutterbugs gather up your best pieces and pick some to submit for hanging in the new Bernalillo County headquarters when the gov-peeps move to Alvarado Square, happening now until Monday, August 31. The selected photographs will be printed in a large scale and format. They will be used to create a welcoming environment for county customers, county employees and the general public. Some will be used on the windows of the new Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office suite. The photographs should represent the history and character of Bernalillo County and its people, places, landscapes and unique events in our county. There are some big bucks involved as chosen photographers will receive $1,500, with a limit of one photograph per artist. The chosen photos will become part of the public art program’s permanent collection. There is no fee or age limit required to submit. For more information, visit bernco.gov/community-services/current-call-for-entries.aspx. Ends August 31. (Carolyn Carlson)
- Engine House Theater (Madrid)Open Submissions: Madrid Film Festival
- Keshet Center for the ArtsHear Here Festival
- Dance Space Santa Fe (Santa Fe)MoveWest Center for Movement Exploration