Santa Fe Reporter - Art Features http://www.sfreporter.com/santafe/articles.sec-20-1-art-features.html <![CDATA[Sailing toward Open Waters - Strangers Collective latest exhibit, Narrows, continues their path of bringing big returns to emerging artists]]>
By: Elizabeth Miller
If you’re trying to break into a scene as well established as Santa Fe’s art world, sometimes it helps to take a few friends along—or a few strangers.
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<![CDATA[Q & A with Joe Hill - ]]>
By: Julie Ann Grimm
Joe Hill, 44, is touring to promote his fourth book, The Fireman. His scheduled appearance in Santa Fe on Monday, May 23, promises a trivia game with George RR Martin.
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<![CDATA[I’ll See You in My Dreams - Jared Weiss’ artwork tours through the half-forgotten and nearly suppressed]]>
By: Elizabeth Miller
Like those candy-colored memories from childhood, Jared Weiss’ paintings can’t really be trusted to tell you the whole story, or to relay the details that could cue an accurate interpretation of what happened.
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<![CDATA[Seeds of Change - Art exhibit at the Roundhouse invites a conversation about our use, and abuse, of the land]]>
By: Elizabeth Miller
For many years, Bobbe Besold has photographed the hands of farmers, often those she met at the Santa Fe Farmers Market, in or near their stands of produce and between customers, their fingers draped over carrots or cupping pints of berries.]]>
<![CDATA[Wild at Heart - Glass artists take every shape]]>
By: Ben Kendall
Standing in front of the giant gas-powered furnaces, the heat is oppressive; it’s just shy of pain. Large metal rods lay in wait, partially inside the cooking monstrosities, flames licking out from the front.
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<![CDATA[Rising Sun - Local Japanese-Americans share their culture]]>
By: Ben Kendall
Japan is already here. We come into contact with Japan every day in some way. Indeed, the cultural caché of that small island nation has influenced the entire world.]]>
<![CDATA[The Gateless Gate - Local author Natalie Goldberg talks about Zen and mortality in her new book]]>
By: Anna Mae Kersey
When writer Natalie Goldberg was diagnosed with cancer, she decided to write about her life and how she lived instead of dwelling on her illness.]]>
<![CDATA[The Gateless Gate - Local author Natalie Goldberg talks about Zen and mortality in her new book]]>
By: Anna Mae Kersey
When writer Natalie Goldberg was diagnosed with cancer, she decided to write about her life and how she lived instead of dwelling on her illness. ]]>
<![CDATA[Prism Visions - A trippy temple in the woods]]>
By: Maria Egolf-Romero
Forget over the rainbow. Here in the hills of Northern New Mexico, you can get inside one. Giant prisms in the walls and apses project a natural light show at the the Dwan Light Sanctuary.
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<![CDATA[Meow Wolf Opening Bursting at the Seams - New art complex draws friends, family and press in droves]]>
By: Ben Kendall
Meow Wolf's art complex opening was busy, loud, fascinating and above all remarkably intriguing.]]>
<![CDATA[Ah-pera! - Ailyn Pérez comes to the Lensic to crush some opera]]>
By: John Stege
Achtung, lieder-lovers. Fans of French mélodie, listen up. Aficionados of canciónes Españoles, get ready. Mark your calendars for Santa Fe’s premier vocal recital of the season.
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<![CDATA[Free Yourself - Banff film tour means a chance to renew your adult-level commitment to playtime]]>
By: Elizabeth Miller
We can wander into the woods now on foot, on bikes or on skis; ride ocean and river waves on surfboards or paddleboards; tear down dirt hillsides and ride wingsuits through canyons.
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<![CDATA[We Want to Believe - The X-Files was totally only OK]]>
By: Alex De Vore
We mean that while we absolutely adore Chris Carter’s complex world of conspiracy theories, alien abductions and wildly enjoyable standalone oddities, it also has the power to leave us sorely disappointed, despite our highest hopes. ]]>
<![CDATA[Shifty Lawyers Aren't Just for Albuquerque - 'Better Call Saul' gets local]]>
By: Peter St. Cyr
“Slippin” Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) is headed to work at Davis and Mane—a fictional law firm in Santa Fe—for the second season of Better Call Saul.]]>
<![CDATA[Theater in Motley - Music, magic and mayhem, oh my]]>
By: Ben Kendall
Any artist will tell you, especially starting out, it’s easier to die from exposure than to sustain yourself with it. At the same time, exposure is still the common nonlegal tender that’s offered ]]>
<![CDATA[Gracefully Strong - It’s not just swans and stuff]]>
By: Anna Mae Kersey
Different. Out of all of the words that one could use to describe the all-male modern dance phenomenon that is BalletBoyz, “different” resonates the most with the experience of watching these remarkably diverse dancers in action.
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<![CDATA[Much Ado about Some …Thing - The Bard was writing about sex and violence before it was cool]]>
By: Ben Kendall
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.
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<![CDATA[It’s a Draw - Art, art as fast as you can]]>
By: Alex De Vore
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.
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<![CDATA[‘Mountain in the Road’ - Documentary sheds light on unknown African cinema pioneer]]>
By: Ben Kendall
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.]]>
<![CDATA[Serious, Not Serious - Comedian Paula Poundstone talks about her comedy style, origins]]>
By: Ben Kendall
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.
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