Alibi V.18 No.20 • May 14-20, 2009
Feature 2009 Summer Film Guide Sixteen weeks’ worth of popcorn, air conditioning and ... oh, yeah, movies! Mark your calendars and buy your tickets now on Fandango. We’ve got Terminators, Transformers and two (count ’em, two ) Sandra Bullock romantic comedies hitting movie theaters between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
Andrew Loescher Feature Peace, Love and Easy Rider Taos remembers the Summer of Love In 1968, a young Californian set out looking for a place to shoot a movie—a movie about motorcycles, a movie about the counterculture emerging in America, a movie about sex, drugs and rock ’n’ roll. Art Willy Bo Richardson: Navigation Tuesday, May 22: 11am-4pm Richard Levy Gallery
In the project room is
, a selection of paintings by Santa Fe–based artist Navigation Willy Bo Richardson. Comm Adult Coloring Night Tuesday, May 22: Noon Tractor Brewing Four Hills
Color the art of Johnpaul and be part of the coloring contest.
Art Journeys, Judgment and Jubilation New Mexico Humanities Council
A collection of objects and stories from Asian and Pacific Islander Americans that provide intimate windows into traditional origins and the American experience. Runs through 5/25.
Wellness Meditation Seminar Tuesday, May 22: 7pm Bosque Retreat Center
Explore the benefits of meditation to health, enjoyment and transition through stages of life with expert instructor, Joy S. Gilbert.
Wellness Introduction to Flamenco Dance Tuesday, May 22: 7-8:15pm Maple Street Dance Space
For anyone who has always wanted to try flamenco, these classes introduce all the basics taught by Albuquerque native, Leslie Roybal.
Learn Science and Art: Intersections Wednesday, May 23: 6:30-8pm New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
Part of the series Da Vinci Dialogues Panel Discussion. Listen to local experts and ask questions on the intersection of science and art, then join the discussion.
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