V.21 No.33 | 8/16/2012
Art News ISEA, USEA, We All See Emergent Art Forms in Burque An international symposium and its underground offshoot Cultural geographer Ronald Horvath wasn’t thinking of a specific place when he conjured the concept of “machine wilderness” in the ’60s. It helped him describe what he saw taking place across the American Southwest, as technology gradually transfigured the feral landscape. But the phrase describes New Mexico well. And it’s the driving force behind this year’s International Symposium on Electronic Art, taking place here in Albuquerque in September. Art Flatline: 2D the New Depthiness Monday, Nov 19: 5-8am Remarque: New Grounds Print Workshop
Twenty-four artists investigate the nature of ‘flatness’ and ‘depthiness’ in 21st century art and life. The multimedia exhibition explores ‘depth’ as idea, form and conceptual reality. Curated by Ren Adams, MFA. Runs through 11/30.
Art Veteran and Military Personnel Show: Salute Monday, Nov 19: 10am-5pm Algodones Gallery
See works from featured artist salaS and participating aritsts Rita Bard, Roy Breckenridge, Abel Espalin, Jeffrey Grenier, Perry Heimer, Stacy Heimer and much more. Runs through 11/30.
Comm Native American Heritage Month Celebration Monday, Nov 19: 10am-1:30pm Santa Fe Community College
Enjoy traditional hoop dance and dance groups followed by guest speaker A.J. Goldman presenting on his project with Lucia Palmero titled
UNCOVERING America. Words NaNoWriMo: Come Write-In Monday, Nov 19: 5:30-7:30pm Cherry Hills Library
Each write-in session begins with optional, timed writing prompt challenges to get the creative energy flowing, then continues as a free-write.
Song & Dance Django Festival Allstars Monday, Nov 19: 7:30-9:30pm Outpost Performance Space
Led by legendary Gypsy guitarist and violinist Dorado Schmitt, the allstars return with their unique, high-energy tribute to Gypsy jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt and his driving, hot jazz style.
Image via Pixabay Comm Dragon Lights Albuquerque Tuesday, Nov 20: 6-10pm Expo New Mexico
Formerly known as the Chinese Lantern Festival, see the all new larger-than-life, fully-illuminated lanterns, Chinese cultural performances and special handicrafts.