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Fri, Oct 31 '14
Santa Fe NM
Ghost Dance: Spirits & Angels
Northern New Mexico’s history is rich in amazing stories, vibrant cultures and passionate people. Going back in time to try to capture this lyrical energy is photographer Angel Wynn, who will present her latest body of work titled “Ghost Dance: Spirits & Angels”, haunting photographs that give the illusion of ghostly encounters. ***** The show will kick off with an opening reception on Friday, October 31, from 4pm to 6pm at Wynn’s studio-gallery located at 1036 Canyon Road. Then on Saturday, November 8, from 2-4 pm, Wynn will talk about her ghost series project and how she achieved the effects used to create spirit-like images, also be held at her Canyon Road studio.
Angel Wynn
1036 Canyon Road
Sat, Nov 1 '14
Albuquerque NM
Scandinavian Festival
A Scandinavian Festival will be held at Immanuel Presbyterian Church, 114 Carlisle SE, Albuquerque, NM on Saturday, November 1, 2014 from 10am-4pm. The festival features Norwegian and Swedish folk art, books, ornaments, cards, jewelry, t-shirts, Swedish head wreaths and more. The women will be dressed in ethnic costumes and the Scandinavian Club will serve Old World cookies and coffee. There will also be Scandinavian dancing (11am, 12pm, 1pm), a Viking encampment and a kids’ craft corner. Info: Diana, Immanuel Presbyterian Church, 266-0094 ( Admission and parking: free.
Immanuel Presbyterian Church
114 Carlisle Blvd SE
Sat, Nov 1 '14
Albuquerque NM
Music Is...Cactus Tractor
Cactus Tractor is a seven-person Bohemian Pop Folk Disco band based in Albuquerque, NM, with four songwriters, toothsome harmonies, and a multitude of fun stringed and unstrung instruments. Formed in 2012 to perform songs written by artists with developmental disabilities, Cactus Tractor is committed to fostering musical community through performing, outreach, and education.
UNM Music Prep School
203 Cornell Dr NE
Sat, Nov 1 '14
Albuquerque NM

National Pastel Painting Exhibition
The 23rd annual National Pastel Painting Exhibition, presented by the Pastel Society of New Mexico, runs throughout the month of November at the Hispanic Arts Center at EXPO New Mexico. ****The event kicks off with an opening reception on Saturday, November 1, from 1 to 6 p.m., which includes an awards ceremony at 2 p.m. The show is open Tuesdays through Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and free artists’ demonstrations are planned each weekend.****
Pastel Society of New Mexico
Hispanic Arts Center at EXPO New Mexico
Sat, Nov 1 '14
Los Alamos NM
Salzburg Marionette Theater with pianist Orion Weiss
The world's premier marionette theater performs in a unique collaboration with the stellar pianist Orion Weiss! The Marionettes perform two charming ballets: Debussy's La Boite a Joujoux (The Toy Box) and Papillon (Butterflies) by Robert Schumann. Mr. Weiss also performs Schumann's Kinderszenen.
Los Alamos Concert Association
Duane Smith Auditorium
Sun, Nov 2 '14
Albuquerque NM
Encantada 2014
Encantada is the annual juried national exhibition sponsored by RGAA of fine art paintings executed in a medium or combination of media not under glass. Stylisticly the work will vary from cutting edge contemporary to traditional realism.
Rio Grande Art Association (RGAA)
African American Performing Arts Center & Exhibition Hall, Expo New Mexico - 310 San Pedro NE
Sun, Nov 2 '14
Tome NM
Day of the Dead Celebration & Show
***Reception and festivities Nov. 2nd, 11am to 3pm*** Find Unique Pottery-Art-Jewelry Oct 24-Nov 9. Reception and Festivities Nov. 2nd 11am-3pm Costume Contest with Prizes, Snacks, Face Painting, Make & Take Crafts
Tome Art Gallery
2930 Hwy 47 at Patricio Rd
Sun, Nov 2 '14
Albuquerque NM
Free Band Concert
The Albuquerque Concert Band invites you to a free band concert on Sunday, Nov. 2. This concert will feature works by Richard E. Brown and will include "Fanfare for a Fallen Soldier", "The Storms of Time", "Fantasy on a Chinese Theme", all by Mr. Brown, plus "Legends of Jazz", arranged by Stephen Bulla, "Wind Dancer" by Jim Colonna, and other pieces.
Albuquerque Concert Band
Eldorado High School P.A.C. 11300 Montgomery Blvd. NE
Sun, Nov 2 '14
Albuquerque NM
Manhattan Transfer
EVENT INFO: The Manhattan Transfer sprang from a love of close harmonies and grew into something far greater. Their musical explorations with classic songs, pop favorites, and jazz standards have earned them dozens of awards and millions of fans. Performing with their own band, The Manhattan Transfer in concert celebrates the full spectrum of their remarkable 40-year musical career.
Popejoy Hall
UNM Campus-Central at Cornell NE
Tue, Nov 4 '14
Santa Fe NM
Adriana Bustos with the Drug Policy Alliance and the Women’s Justice Project
Adriana Bustos’ drawing, photography and video practice engages investigative and documentary methods of research, evident in Anthropology of the Mule, which draws on the parallel stories of commercial colonial routes of trade and the drug trafficking routes in Latin America. In this project, Bustos undertook fieldwork at the Bouwer Women’s Penitentiary, Córdoba, Argentina and Medellin, Colombia. The works are based on interviews with people involved in the drug-trafficking dynamic, investigators, and local historians. These drawings in particular work as a communicative tool, which offers information regarding the history of colonial conquest.
SITE Santa Fe
1050 Old Pecos Trail

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