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Public Programs

Close-Looking with Elaine Ritchel

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Close-Looking of Interface // Saturday, February 25 // spector ripps project space // 11a - Noon // $12 

Join museum educator Elaine Ritchel for a close look at Madelin Coit's Interface on Saturday, March 25th. Through guided looking activites and relaxed conversation, we will explore our responses to the work on view. Close-Looking is an opportunity to slow down, be present with the work, and consider the meaning it holds for us and for the artist. 

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Past: Close-Looking of Mapping Resonance // Saturday, February 11 // Muñoz Waxman Gallery // 11a - Noon // $12 for single session, $20 for both.

Uroboros in Response: Mapping Resonance

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Saturday, March 4 // Muñoz Waxman Gallery // 6:30 - 7:30p // $15 in advance, $18 at the door

CCA is pleased to welcome local dance collective Uroboros for a performance in the Muñoz Waxman Gallery on Saturday, March 4 at 6:30p. Uroboros have created a site-specific improvisational score drawing inspiration and breath from Jil O'Bryan's Mapping Resonance. The collective have built a physical vocabulary reflecting upon O'Bryan's use of her own body, meditation practice, and the New Mexico landscape that served as the inspiration for Mapping Resonance. 

Uroboros (ur-OH-bo-ros) is a new, collaborative, and experimental dance collective in Santa Fe. Their work is thoughfully created, mixing sensibilities with the space and time they perform in. The collective's name comes from an ancient alchemical symbol depecting a serpent eating its own tail. It symbolizes introspection, transformation and a continuous cycle of creativity.

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Interface in Action: Madelin Coit in the Gallery

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Fridays, through March 10th // spector ripps project space // 2-5p // FREE

Artist Madelin Coit transforms the spector ripps project space into her working studio on Fridays throughout the duration of her installation Interface. Observe the artist in process as she adds and subtracts to the work, altering space -- creative a living installation of continual growth and change.