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¡COLORES! May 2, 2015

09. May 2015

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By KNME's ¡Colores!

New Mexico painter Stuart Arends struggles with interpretation. Who is Dangerdust? This mysterious duo is creating elaborate chalk designs...

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El Machete: Freedom of Hate Speech

09. May 2015

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By Eric Garcia El Machete: Freedom of Hate Speech

Freedom of Hate Speech

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Unfolding Art in Albuquerque, Part III

07. May 2015

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By William Peterson Unfolding Art in Albuquerque, Part III

Art critic and historian William Peterson continues his retrospective of Albuquerque art and explores how movements in the art world manifested and flourished in the high desert. 

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¡COLORES! April 10, 2015

01. May 2015

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By KNME's ¡Colores!

V.B. Price in an in-depth conversation with Godfrey Reggio, one of New Mexico's most renowned filmmakers, who created the internationally acclaimed film Koyaanisqatsi.  Reggio shares his vision and philosophy for the making of this film.

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Friday Voyage: Mary Colter’s Grand Canyon Gem

30. April 2015

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By Margaret Randall Friday Voyage: Mary Colter’s Grand Canyon Gem

Margaret Randall explores Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter's architectural wonder.

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Rhymes with Rubes

28. April 2015

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By Zach Hively

April is National Poetry Month, and I am touched to be the one reintroducing this lost art form to the masses. This includes people like you and me! Because odds are, we don’t understand poetry.

Poetry has lain dormant since history days, murking its modern-time meanings. What I can tell you with authority is that poetry used to be a noble calling, largely because humans had not yet invented doctors. Once we could compare it to medical science, we got the notion that poetry was HARD and did not earn actual money. Plus, with doctors on hand, people weren’t all dying by the age of twelve. With all that extra time to challenge our brains, build our vocabularies, and deepen our understanding of human nature, we as a species chose to browse pictures of puppies jumping into swimming pools after tennis balls....

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The Phillips Collection: A Modern Art Destination

24. April 2015

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By Margaret Randall The Phillips Collection: A Modern Art Destination

Margaret Randall explores one of the premiere art viewing experiences in the country. 

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El Machete: Jailed Moms

24. April 2015

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By Eric Garcia El Machete: Jailed Moms

Jailed Moms

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Unfolding Art in Albuquerque, Part II

22. April 2015

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By William Peterson Unfolding Art in Albuquerque, Part II

Art historian and critic William Peterson discusses curatorial conundrums at the Albuquerque Museum's Visualizing Albuquerque.

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When Women are Overwhelmed

20. April 2015

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By Wally Gordon

Two new Albuquerque theater productions, Mother Road's The Penelopiad and Fusion's The New Electric Ballroom, share a common theme: women who are overwhelmed because they are unable to cope with the demands that society and they themselves impose on their lives. What is more, the demands, and the failures, are due to the fact that they are women.

Aside from this theme, the two productions are about as different as is imaginable, once again reflecting the startling diversity of our small regional theater companies...

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