Rebecca Roybal Jones / For the Journal, Author at Albuquerque Journal
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Virgil Ortiz named the 2022 MIAC Living Treasure
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The Cochiti Pueblo artist is known ... The Cochiti Pueblo artist is known for combining fantastical imagery with traditional clay methods.
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A look at five of the 84 new public ...
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During the pandemic, the Albuquerque Arts ... During the pandemic, the Albuquerque Arts Board stepped up to support a variety of artist groups that were experiencing overnight cancellations and closures.
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Portion of art show sales to go to aid ...
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A dozen artists will donate a ... A dozen artists will donate a portion of the proceeds from 27 works to Direct Relief, a nonprofit providing emergency medical assistance and disaster ...
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516 ARTS names first Native American curator
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Gallup-born Rachelle B. Pablo (Diné) holds ... Gallup-born Rachelle B. Pablo (Diné) holds a master's degree in art history from the University of Delaware.
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El Faro Youth Chorus shares 'their love of singing'
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Newly-formed choir looks to educate young ... Newly-formed choir looks to educate young people in ABQ in classical music.
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Soil amendments never too much
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More will be best as far ... More will be best as far as how much amendments you add to this new garden area.
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Crime-fiction anthology delivers with 20 stories by authors of ...
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Bestselling author Abby L. Vandiver is ... Bestselling author Abby L. Vandiver is one of the contributors and is the anthology's editor.
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Actress Selma Blair bares soul in captivating memoir
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Most people probably know Selma Blair ... Most people probably know Selma Blair from her memorable roles in late '90s/early '00's hit films such as 'Cruel Intentions,' 'Legally Blonde' and 'Hellboy.'
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'Team America' plumbs enduring impact of 4 generals
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America at the turn of the ... America at the turn of the 20th century sets the quartet's origin stories.