February 23-March 1
Friedrich Heinrich Kern presents a solo concert of soundscapes created with the glass harmonica, piano, field recordings and beat structures at SITE Santa Fe on February 24. Currently a professor at New York University, Kern has studied traditional Korean music and composed many works for electronic and acoustic instruments.
Contemporary womanhood is explored in the artworks of eight artists from across the globe in East of West’s new show “A River Flowing,” which opens on February 23. Through photography, painting, sculpting, printmaking and videography, artists examine the idea of self and the effect that ancestral memory has on our daily lives.
Join Jules Nyquist, the founder of Jules’ Poetry Playhouse in Albuquerque, and Tina Carlson, a New Mexico poet and psychiatric healthcare provider, on February 25 for a conversation and reading from their new books of poems at the Teatro Paraguas theater.
LewAllen Galleries features an exhibit of works by Ed Mieczkowski (1929-2017) titled “Vibrations of the Eye, Mind and Soul” that opens on February 23. Mieczkowski was a pioneer of Op Art in the 1960s and enjoyed a 60-year career. The exhibition explores Mieczkowski’s diverse artistic experiments with physical science and visual geometry as sources for aesthetic stimulation in two and three dimensions.
Santa Fe Arts Journal thanks artist Charles V. Miner for allowing use of an image of his 10.75” x 21” x 5.5” cast lead crystal piece “Gila Trout.” Miner’s work can be seen by visiting the Tesuque Glassworks website at tesuqueglass.com.
Emily Van Cleve