Random Search: Mining the Archives of Tamarind Institute is curated by Lowery Stokes Sims, Tamarind’s first Curator in Residence, whose resume includes curatorial and leadership roles at institutions such as The Studio Museum in Harlem and The Metropolitan Museum of Art. More»Calendar: firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT: UNM’s 2018-2019 main stage production season opens with Under Milk Wood one of Dylan Thomas’ most well-known and highly acclaimed works, September 28th-October 7th in the Experimental Theatre. WHEN: September 28, 29, October 4, 5, 6 at 7:30pm and September 30 and October 7 at 2:00pm WHERE: Experimental Theatre, UNM’s Main Campus HOW MUCH: $15 General, $12 Seniors and UNM Faculty, $10 Students and UNM Staff MORE INFO: http://theatre.unm.edu or call 277-4332 TICKETS: UNM Ticket Offices, Call 925-5858 or 1-877-664-8661, or online at www.unmtickets.com We begin in the dreams of a town, just before dawn. More»Calendar: email@example.com
Photography exhibition, Altered States / Altered Scapes. More»Calendar: Current Exhibits
Marcel Daadi, PhD, Texas Biomedical Institute, presents "Therapeutic Neural Stem Cell Lines for Clinical Use." More»Calendar: Lectures & Readings
Howard Waitzkin presents on his book, "Under the Knife," which is comprised of individual essays addressing the "medical industrial complex," the impact of privatization and cutbacks under neoliberalism, the nature of health-care work, and the intersections between health care and imperialism, both historically and at present. More»Calendar: Lectures & Readings
Lisa Bates, Portland State University, presents "How It Slips Away/We Still Here: Collective Mmeory + Planning in Black Portland." More»Calendar: Lectures & Readings
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