Santa Fe Reporter - Art Features http://www.sfreporter.com/santafe/articles.sec-20-1-art-features.html <![CDATA[Take on These (Events) - ]]>
By: Alex De Vore
In the past, the burning of Zozobra felt like the last hurrah of summer before the cold winter doldrums settled in to bum everyone out. This was before the After Hours Alliance’s annual AHA Festival of Progressive Arts.
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<![CDATA[Drop By For The Drop - Novelist Dennis Lehane makes SF stop]]>
By: Ian MacMillan
The novelist and screenwriter Dennis Lehane is coming to the Jean Cocteau Cinema.]]>
<![CDATA[¡Lucha Libre Coming to Santa Fe! - ]]>
By: Enrique Limón
Described as "the wrestler who threw kisses instead of punches," professional luchador Cassandro is in a class all his own. The brightest star of the "exótico" sub-genre—gender-bending fighters...]]>
<![CDATA[Book of Abraham - ABQ author presents latest]]>
By: Zoe Haskell
Everyone’s got a secret (or not so secret) love of fantasy and science fiction. I mean, what’s not to love? There’s adventure, compelling characters, elves, magic, spaceships…sometimes elves on spaceships. 
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<![CDATA[Tree’s Company - Colombian sculptor Miler Lagos gives discarded Reporter issues the art treatment]]>
By: Enrique Limón
Standing at 14-feet high Miler Lagos' “The Great Tree” is composed of press overrun issues of SFR, the Santa Fe New Mexican and other local publications. ]]>
<![CDATA[Home in SITE - Two local artists take on prestigious biennial]]>
By: Austin Eichelberger
SITElines: New Perspectives on Art of the Americas has committed to linked exhibitions over the next six years that explore the Western Hemisphere’s creative, physical and cultural wealth.]]>
<![CDATA[Getting the Folk On - Face the crowd, find your treasure]]>
By: SFR
Tickets to the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market sold out on Friday and Saturday, but shoppers and browsers can still squeeze in until 5 pm today.
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<![CDATA[Gothic Graces - Dance invades Federal Plaza Park]]>
By: Zoe Haskell
Sketchbook in hand, Micaela Gardner has been imagining dancers weaving through the space, and it’s not only geographical inspiration that she’s been taking from the historic site.]]>
<![CDATA[Barrel Racers, Blood and Broncos - Rodeo de Santa Fe turns 65]]>
By: JP Stupfel
From June 18 to 21, the 65th installment of the Rodeo de Santa Fe combines all the classic sports like bull riding with live entertainment, including music and comedy acts. ]]>
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By: Enrique Limón

 

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<![CDATA[Killer Serial - Heath Concerts has you covered all summer long]]>
By: Alex De Vore
There is a ton to do with the upcoming Railyard Plaza Concert/Railyard Park Movies series; two ongoing events that are totally free!]]>
<![CDATA['It Ain't Ovah' - Black History Expo explores roots, struggles and glories]]>
By: Peter St. Cyr

For Cathryn McGill making connections with past generations through folklore is the best method for people to take pride in the resilience of their ancestors, gain self-esteem and build confidence for the future.

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<![CDATA[Watchlist: Contemporary Art Galleries - ]]>
By: Enrique Limón

 

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By: Enrique Limón

 

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<![CDATA[The Write Stuff - Find your muse at the SF Writer’s Workshop]]>
By: Enrique Limón

I was pretty much just getting stoned every single day, probably on the hour—maybe twice an hour—and then I read this book under the influence called Swamplandia! by Karen Russell,” Kyle Dillon Hertz recalls of his personal journey. “Then I was like, ‘Oh my God, I have to fuckin’ write.’”

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<![CDATA[Picky, Picky, Picky - A biased guide for the musically perplexed]]>
By: John Stege
When eminent musicologist Duke Ellington grandly proclaimed, “It’s all music,” he probably didn’t have Santa Fe’s summer scene in mind. But he could have. ]]>
<![CDATA[Big in Japan - Renga Project comes to poetic close]]>
By: Zoe Haskell
When it comes to community art projects with ambitious reach, there’s really no downside to bringing on more people.]]>
<![CDATA[Watchlist: Cultural Power Players - ]]>
By: Enrique Limón

 

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<![CDATA[I scream, you scream, we all scream for art and revival flicks - Here’s the summer skinny at local movie houses, pilgrim!]]>
By: David Riedel
One of the many benefits of living in Santa Fe is the abundance of arthouse movie theaters. Santa Fe features more low-budget, independent, revival and off-the-beaten-path moving pictures than some big cities.]]>
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By: Enrique Limón

 

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