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The New Mexican's Weekly Magazine of Arts, Entertainment & Culture Sunday, May 3, 2015

Art

Anne Appleby's single-color painting arrangements

Her compositions are named for the plant life encountered on her daily walks in the Galisteo Watershed, where she was inspired by the seasonal shifts in light and hues.

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Ashes to ashes: photographs by Joan Myers

The Earth is changing all the time. Sometimes the changes are sudden and dramatic, and nowhere is that more apparent than in the volcanic regions of the world. Santa F…

More GALLERY OPENINGS
Art Review: "SITE 20 Years/20 Shows"

SITE Santa Fe is celebrating its 20-year anniversary by inviting back artists who have exhibited at the space in the past. SITE 20 Years/20 Shows: Spring, the first in a series of yearlong exhibits, is designed to incorporate the museum’s history in a show that’s more intimate than the broad-ranging biennial that premiered last summer.

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Random Acts — Good vibrations: Drumroll for new Indian Arts & Culture show

Museum of Indian Arts & Culture presents Festival of the Drum: Drums From All Cultures. Visitors will experience a fife-and-drum corps, Japanese-style Taiko drummers, an Asian lion dance, and American Indian drumming. The event is staged in conjunction with the museum’s exhibition Heartbeat: Music of the Native Southwest.

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Civil war New Mexico at NMHM

Fading Memories opens on Friday, May 1, with a free reception. Entrance to the exhibit is by museum admission; the show hangs through Feb. 26, 2016, with associated events occurring throughout the year. The first is film editor Paul Barnes’ examination of Ken Burns’ 1990 documentary series, The Civil War.

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The photography of Robert Stivers

In The Art of Ruin, his book of photographs just released by Twin Palms Publishers, Stivers examines themes of communication and communication breakdown through imagery that is reminiscent of the Symbolist and Pictorial photos of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

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