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Public Programs

Performance: Industrial Foundations by New Mexico Contemporary Ensemble

Saturday, August 26 // CCA Tank Garage Galleries // 7-9pm // $15-$25 sliding scale

Industrial Foundations is a collaborative project between New Mexican composers, dancers, and performers. University of New Mexico faculty members and renowned composers, Peter Gilbert and Karola Obermüller, will compose an electroacoustic piece for the New Mexico Contemporary Ensemble Collective to perform with Albuquerque-based dancers, Naomi Elizabeth Montoya and Rhea M. Riley.  For this particular piece on the program, audience members will be encouraged to move throughout the venue to experience the space in various ways.  Additionally, a sense of experiencing different cycles of time (like the life-span of man-made materials vs the mountains we see on the horizon, for example) will be an important way for the music to connect to the physical space surrounding us, as well as the Tom Joyce: Everything at Hand exhibition. 

Conversations at Hand: Andrea Polli and Jamie Blosser

Wednesday, September 13 // CCA Tank Garage Galleries // 6-7:30pm // $5 Gallery Admission

Andrea Polli, environmental artist and professor of Art & Ecology at University of New Mexico, and Jamie Blosser, Executive Director of the Santa Fe Art Institute, will be in conversation about changing technologies and art; hands on experiences with time tested and new materials and processes; and various learning models. This conversation will be moderated by Angie Rizzo, CCA Visual Arts Curator.

Image: Detial of Corona III, photo © Tom Joyce Studio

Workshop: The Future of Energy Design Storm

Wednesday, September 27 // CCA Tank Garage Galleries // 6-8pm // Free 

The Future Energy Design Storm is a public interactive event designed for participants from diverse disciplines, from engineering and science to architecture and the arts. Based on the Stanford D-School Design Thinking Model, this event will engage participants in discussions about about renewable energy potentials in and around Santa Fe and invite ideas for a more sustainable future. Led by Andrea Polli and Madeline Bolding with participation from UNM students of Computational Sustainability.

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