Event uses positive stories to encourage youth, increase Native presence
SANTA FE – Overwhelmed by New York’s brutal auditions, Albuquerque mezzo-soprano Denise Wernly quit singing for a year and a half and came home to the mountains.
A cast of 10 couples will pen verbal “Love Letters” in a benefit for the Adobe Theater.
Allan Houser’s legacy lives on in a cascade of Native American sculptors who took chisel to stone to free the figure within.
One-time graffiti artist adorns museum walls
TAOS – Fred Harvey’s promotional savvy did more to popularize the West than Gene Autry or John Wayne combined.
An epic slice of Chinese history blossoms into a universal love story
Tattoos ripple and vine down Andrew Montoya’s arms, unspooling in symbols and signposts like the imagery he carves.
88-year-old Broadway veteran returns to perform at ABQ theater
Albuquerque’s Robert Crespin says NM landscapes suit his personality
Triad of themes explore land and movement
Celebrity musician to play Beethoven, Brahms, Prokofiev