The Fracking of Sandoval County Comic Book Release Party
Nov
17
5:00 PM17:00

The Fracking of Sandoval County Comic Book Release Party

Join us for the release of 'The Fracking of Sandoval County,' a comic book documenting the epic and ongoing struggle between oil and gas developers and local NM communities. Artist, Larry Bob Phillips, and writer, Mark LeClaire will be on hand for a community conversation about the issues. A celebratory feast and the musical stylings of Eileen and the In-Betweens will round out the evening. Other guests to be announced. Roll Through!

Organized by “We are One River”

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Twilight--A Time to Pause: Community Reflections in a Time of Climate Change
Nov
15
6:30 PM18:30

Twilight--A Time to Pause: Community Reflections in a Time of Climate Change

Join us in reflecting upon the “twilight” time we find ourselves in. What sustains us? What wisdom can we share? How shall we proceed knowing so much and yet sometimes feeling so small as we face an enormous reality? What inspires us? What new directions call to us?
Music by Eileen and the In-Betweens

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Rewilding Bodies: Resilience and Transformation Through Illness
Aug
31
7:00 PM19:00

Rewilding Bodies: Resilience and Transformation Through Illness

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Queer and chronically ill artist Cathy Rowsome will be presenting their most recent work, a project that came out of a residency with collaborator Eileen Shaughnessy at the Santa Fe Art Institute. The pair began by exploring the links between chronic illness and environmental destruction. The works on display will feature interviews with four chronically ill women and non binary folks, pictured within landscapes through which they have found healing connection. Using a mixture of printmaking and various drawing and painting media, the pieces tie together landscapes and ecosystems within the human world as well as in the realm of spiritual healing.

The opening night will feature live music and poetry from Eileen, Cathy and several of the project participants. Join us for an intersectional and nuanced exploration and celebration of being chronically ill in the world today.

Free and open to all!

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