THE magazine July 2015

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Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, Summer Performance Series: feaures contemporary choreography and culturally rich dance traditions, and the world premiere of a new work by choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo. Tickets: 505-988-1234; or at the Lensic Performing Arts Center, 211 W. San Francisco St., Santa Fe. Schedule: aspensantafeballet. com. Raise the Bar Benefit: gala with dinner and auction at The Club at Las Campanas, 132 Clubhouse Dr., Santa Fe. Mon., July 13, 6 pm. Tickets and details: aspensantafeballet. com/support/special-events.html Bellas Artes Gallery, 653 Canyon Rd., Santa Fe. 983-2745. Olga de Amaral—El Oro Es Color: goldleaf, fiber-based wall works by Amaral. Thurs., July 2 through Sat., Aug. 29. Ansel. Fri., July 17, 3 pm. CCA Cinematheque Lobby Gallery, 1050 Old Pecos Tr., Santa Fe. 982-1338. Mending the World through a Dream: installation of painting and video by Derek Chan. Through Sun., July 5. Central Features, 109 5th St. NW, Alb. 505-243-3389. Driven Snow and We Care A Lot: photographs of chunks of snow and ice that accumulate under cars by Andy Mattern. Sculptures by Debra Baxter made during a self-imposed challenge to create a new artwork for 100 consecutive days. Artist talk with Mattern, Fri., July 3, 6 pm. Exhibition through Sat., July 25. CLAY Festival, Silver City. Events for artists, educators, entrepreneurs, youth, and lifelong learners to explore clay in its many forms. Mon., July 27 through Sun., Aug. 2. Schedule and info:

C orrales B osque G allery , 4685 Corrales Rd., Corrales. 505-898-7203. 20 X 20 Guest Artist Show: works by current members and twenty previous members, celebrating the gallery’s 20th anniversary. Through Tues., Aug. 18. David Richard Gallery, 544 S. Guadalupe St., Santa Fe. 983-9555. Op Infinitum: The Responsive Eye Fifty Years After American Op Art In The 60s. Gallery discussion and closing reception with curators Peter Frank and David Eichholtz, Sat., July 11, 3-5 pm. David Richard Gallery, 544 S. Guadalupe St., Santa Fe. 983-9555. Stephan Westfall: Jewel Curtain; postapocalypticBLACK; and Obscure Structures. On view through Sun, Aug. 9. Ellsworth Gallery, 215 E. Palace Ave., Santa Fe. 989-7900. Reimagining the Renaissance and Baroque Color Palette: artist talk with Elisa

Eye on the Mountain Art Gallery, 614 Agua Fria St., Santa Fe. 928-308-0319. Future Animals: paintings and artist books by Michael Godey. Through Thurs., July 2. Freeform Artspace, 1619 Calle de Baca Ln., Santa Fe. 692-9249. New Work by Rita Bard and Ilse Bolle: gallery open Thurs., Fri., and Sat., 12-4 pm. Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, 217 Johnson St., Santa Fe. 946-1000. Line, Color, Composition: works showcasing O’Keeffe’s process, from conceptualization to the finished canvas. Through Sun., Sep. 13. Education & Public Programs in July include: Breakfast with O’Keeffe, Family Programs, and Readers’ Club, among others. Details: Gerald Peters Gallery, 1005 Paseo de Peralta,

Santa Fe. 954-5700. Life and Shadow: new, energetic photographs by Robert Buelteman. Through Sat., July 25. gf Contemporary, 707 Canyon Rd., Santa Fe. 983-3707. Pickles and Seltzer!: Patrick Block of the Barrio Brinbery gives out samples his famous pickles and seltzer. Fri., July 24, 5-7 pm.

gf Contemporary, 707 Canyon Rd., Santa Fe. 983-3707. Why Abstract?: artist talk by Michael Hudock. Fri., July 31, 5-7 pm. More events:

H unter K irkland C ontemporary , 200-B Canyon Rd., Santa Fe. 9842111. Interwoven Life: oil paintings by Rick Stevens. Through Sun., July 19. International Museum of Collage Archives, 1925-C Rosina St., Santa Fe. 817-944-4000. Grand Opening: July 2,3,4 noon-6 pm. Collage Party: $15.00. Thurs., July 2, 5-8 pm. International Museum of Collage Archives, 1925-C Rosina St., Santa Fe. 817-944-4000. Collage Workshop: learn with collage artist Cecil Touchon. Supplies provided. Personalized instruction. $250.00 for 2 days. Limited to 10 participants. Details: Las Cruces Museum


Art, 491 N. Main

Phyliss Kudder Sullivan and Cheryl Ann Thomas’s stoneware and porcelain vessels and closed forms on view at Santa Fe Clay, 545 Camino de la Familia, Santa Fe. Reception: Friday, July 24 from 5 to 7 pm. Image: Phyliss Kudder Sullivan. Photographs by Rumi Vesselinova examine the transformation of the Southwest landscape under the conditions of drought and related natural disasters. On view at Catenary Art Gallery, 616½ Canyon Road, Santa Fe. Reception: Friday, July 24 from 5 to 7 pm.

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