How many chances do you get to see a genuine Mississippi bluesman?
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For many artists who visited New Mexico almost a century ago, the starkly powerful landscapes, and unfamiliar architecture and cultures they saw launched them on an inspired new exploration of modernist style.
Picture 28 teenage actors swarming a rehearsal hall – and that doesn’t even count the crew.
It’s 75 degrees out and JP Kennedy is taking it all in.
Leo “Bud” Welch couldn’t see his life any other way than making music.
Abandoned bowling alley to become a portal to multiple dimensions
For those who think of Santa Fe first when it comes to New Mexico art, “On the Map: Unfolding Albuquerque Art and Design” aims to introduce visitors to an avalanche in Albuquerque.
Now in its second year, the highly successful art festival, The Paseo, is seeking multimedia installation, performance and projection artists to submit entries for the festival that will be featured as part of the Taos Fall Arts Festival in September.
The 54th Annual New Mexico Arts & Crafts Fair entry deadline is midnight Saturday, Jan. 31.
Exhibit portrays war from a different angle than usual
After being lavished with music and dance over the holidays, maybe it’s time to get serious.
Scientists and philosophers once thought that the planets’ paths followed a celestial music score.