Thursday, December 24, 2015

Sweet '16

@ Burt’s Tiki Lounge (313 Gold SW, downtown) 10pm  21+ FREE

Fri. Mar. 25-  Symbols Up North
Opening reception for SYMBOL: new works by Thomas Christopher Haag. New paintings, prints, an interior and exterior mural, and a found object installation. Also, new works by Roland van Loon, and Joel Davis is showing his incredible sculptures for the first time in Santa Fe
@ The Van Loon Gallery (612 Agua Fria, Santa Fe) 5-8pm

Fri. Mar. 25- Oddities Up North
Headband (Duncan Moore of Needlegun-
Single Moms (Dain + Amanda of Abiquiu, NM, vicinity of Medanales)
residential offerings from Filardo/Harmsworth 
@ Radical Abacus (1226 Calle de Commercio, Santa Fe) 8pm, $5 donation requested

Mon. Mar. 28- Napalm Death, Melvins, Melt-Banana 
@ Sunshine Theater (120 Central Ave SW) 8pm, 13+ $20

Thur. Mar. 31- GRAFT at the Balloon Museum: Landing Party 
@ Albuq. Internat’l Balloon Museum (9201 Balloon Museum Dr NE) 5-8pm

Thur. Mar. 31- Silver Ochre: Who are US 2016 (60m, Thollem Electric & ACVilla) accompanied by a live original soundtrack and field recordings, Silver Ochre illustrates the immense cultural variety of early 21st century America captured by two perpetually traveling artists. Their intention is to wake up each day to experience this country as it is in this moment in time. A quest guided by questions with no precise answers: Who Are US? How do we find out?
 @ The Guild Cinema (3405 Central NE) 7pm ONLY, all seats $8

Fri. Apr. 1- Back to the Bosque! 
A new mural installation by Larry Bob Phillips, whose distinctive labyrinthine black-and-white murals can be seen on building exteriors all over town. Using a room-sized comic book format, the mural addresses the policies and city planning proposals currently affecting the future of the Bosque. 
@ Graft Gallery (1415 4th St. SW) 6-9pm

Fri. Apr. 1- Queer Cinema Night double feature 
The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye, an exploration of the life of musician and performance artist Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, followed by FLicKeR, about artist Brion Gysin.
@ Corpus Info Shop (214 6th St SW) 7pm

Sat. Apr. 2- An object a subject 
Ground Hogs, Radeo Dogs (Vacation): an installation by Jackie Riccio 
projections by Jenette Isaacson of Basement Films 
@ Ocotillo Room (508 Third Street SW) 8pm

Apr. 5-10 Experiments in Cinema v.11.4: The She-ness Edition 
Annual international cinema event by Basement Films. For more info, also check 
@ The Guild Cinema (3405 Central NE)

Thurs. & Sat. Apr. 7 & 9: Theory of Obscurity: A Film about The Residents (Dir. Don Hardy - 2015 - 87m) The story of the iconic renegade cult band The Residents!  From the group’s formation in Shreveport to their success in the burgeoning San Francisco avant-garde music scene of the 60s and 70s, The Residents redefined what a rock band could be. With the advent of music videos in the 1980s, these masked musicians gained global fame as MTV darlings and serious art world figures.
@ The Guild Cinema (3405 Central NE) 11pm, No Matinees 

Also playing:  Sat. Apr. 16, 10:30pm / Mon.-Wed. Apr. 25-27, 6pm

Seeya somewhere soon! Support local independent & underground media; 
practice self-expression. Small things grow tuff in the desert.