June 29, 2016
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Much Ado about Some …Thing

The Bard was writing about sex and violence before it was cool

Art Features There’s been plenty of hoopla over Shakespeare’s First Folio exhibit opening at the Santa Fe Museum of Art this Friday at 5:30 pm. To be clear, it’s a book. An old book.

Wednesday, February 3, 2016 Ben Kendall

It’s a Draw

Art, art as fast as you can

Art Features Render Bender, at the Center for Contemporary Arts on Saturday, Feb. 6, brings together 50 artists who will have one hour to create unique drawings.

Wednesday, February 3, 2016 Alex De Vore

‘Mountain in the Road’

Documentary sheds light on unknown African cinema pioneer

Art Features Artist. Director. Author. Activist. Rebel. These are just a few of the words that could be used to describe Ousmane Sembene, the first African filmmaker to make African films for Africans.

Wednesday, January 27, 2016 Ben Kendall

Serious, Not Serious

Comedian Paula Poundstone talks about her comedy style, origins

Art Features After two years (and some change) away from Santa Fe, Paula Poundstone is set to arrive for another show at the Lensic Performing Arts Center on Feb. 4.

Wednesday, January 20, 2016 Ben Kendall

Thea-tah!

Adobe Rose’s first show does some heavy social-issue lifting

Art Features If you find yourself standing in the 1200 block of Parkway Drive and take a look around, you’ll see the kinds of nondescript businesses that tend to reside in an industrial area: hardware, surveying, technolo...

Wednesday, January 13, 2016 Ben Kendall

She Creates Beauty

Native artist Eve-Lauryn LaFountain’s new show at MoCNA is brilliant

Art Features Eve-Lauryn LaFountain may live in Los Angeles these days, but the Jewish and Turtle Mountain Chippewa multimedia artist grew up right here in Santa Fe.

Wednesday, December 23, 2015 Alex De Vore

Best Games of 2015

Yeah—we like games. Sue us

Art Features Say what thou wilt about the world of video games, but know that whilst you do so, the medium outsells just about everything else on the planet.

Wednesday, December 23, 2015 Alex De Vore

Doc Director Opens Up: An Interview with Stavroula Toska

Stavroula Toska opens up about her new documentary on the Greek Civil War

Art Features We loved Beneath the Olive Tree, Greek-born/New York-based filmmaker Stavroula Toska’s gripping documentary about women who survived the lesser-known Greek Civil

Monday, December 7, 2015 Alex De Vore

Indigenous and Acting Out

Two-day IAIA performance art symposium promises to shock and enlighten

Art Features Performance art is very often the least understood mode of artistic production. It requires a performer and an audience, but the artist has explicit control in determining how that interaction is mediated.

Wednesday, December 2, 2015 Lucas Iberico Lozada

Inside: The Santa Fe Film Festival

Puppets in stop motion are Charlie Kaufman’s depiction of what it means to be alone

Art Features Anomalisa follows middle-aged author Michael Stone as he faces the crushing realities of loneliness and regret while on a business trip to read from his new book on customer service to a group of customer se...

Wednesday, December 2, 2015 Alex De Vore
 
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June 28, 2016 by Peter St. Cyr

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