In an era when it’s sometimes difficult to separate fact from fiction — what with fake news stories proliferating on social media and lies disguised as truths spoken daily by politicians — photography is one medium that can be used to cut through specious narratives to what is genuine. (Or not, as misleading posts on social media can attest.) Center, a support organization for gifted international photographers, presents a juried selection of photographic images to be projected outside El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe (555 Camino de la Familia) on the east side of the building on Friday, June 7, and Saturday, June 8. The event, The Big Reveal: Telling Truth in an Age of Fiction, is in conjunction with the opening weekend of the annual arts festival Currents New Media. Photographers were asked to submit between 10 and 20 images from a body of work or series that addresses the roles of fact and fiction in society to be included in the projected display. The event starts at 8 p.m. on both evenings and is free to the public. Call 505-984-8353 or go to visitcenter.org for more information.