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September 2018
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TEDxABQ Imagine Albuquerque (Rental)

September 28September 29
Albuquerque Journal Theatre
1701 4th St SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102 United States
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6 pm Friday
1 pm Saturday

Celebrate the ideas, people, and culture of New Mexico. New TEDx talks by remarkable speakers, memorable performances, and one-of-a-kind audience experiences. TEDxABQ is a gathering of minds and community with new ideas and original thinking in every discipline.
One Day Ticket:
Friday—Adults $35, Students $25 & One Day VIP ticket $105
Saturday—Adults $55, Students $35 & One Day VIP ticket $105
Two Day Ticket:
VIP Ticket—$155

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October 2018
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NHCC Writers present Short Mystery Fiction

October 3

6 pm

Short Mystery Fiction: Featuring Nancy Martira, Maurice Moya, David Sanchez and Deyonne Sandoval.

Join us for a reading by writers completing the NHCC’s eight-week “Short Mystery Fiction” writing workshop. Each writer will share an excerpt from a mystery fiction piece in-progress. All are welcome to celebrate our growing community of NHCC writers.
Free

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Escribir Nuevo Mexico—Taos County

October 6

3 pm

Escribir Nuevo Mexico—Taos County: Featuring NM Authors David Gurule, Rose Spader, and Joanna Vidaurre-Trujillo

The NHCC is proud to present a new reading series featuring books about New Mexico authored by New Mexican writers. Each reading will feature 2-3 writers whose books focus on a particular place in the Land of Enchantment. On Oct. 6 we feature Tortillas and Butter, A Young Man’s Quest for a Meaningful Life by David J. Gurule, Overturned Bucket, by Rose Spader, based on the true story of one woman’s resilience during the New Mexico Territorial fight for land, and Potatoes and Beans/Papas y Frijoles, by Joanna Vidaurre-Trujillo, a collection of short stories and poems written in the traditional Spanish dialect of northern New Mexico, with English translations.
Free

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Bless Me, Ultima: The Reading

October 14

9 am to 9 pm

On October 14th we will present a beginning-to-end, marathon reading of Rudolfo Anaya’s Bless Me, Ultima in the NHCC art museum, where an exhibit about the novel continues through November 11th. Dignitaries, luminaries, public school students, writers, readers, NHCC staff and volunteers, and community members will read from the novel, each for 15 minutes, during this day-long event. Enjoy refreshments, tour the exhibit, and listen to this great American novel.
Free with museum admission

MICHELLE OTERO

Reading & Booksigning: Michelle Otero, Albuquerque Poet Laureate

October 25

7 pm

Please join us for a reading by Albuquerque’s fourth (and newest) Poet Laureate. Otero is a tenth generation New Mexican. Her work has appeared in New Mexico Magazine, Brevity, Puerto del Sol, and other literary journals and she is the author of Malinche’s Daughter (essays).
Otero is Creative Director of El Valle Encantado, an organization promoting sustainable development initiatives in Albuquerque’s Atrisco neighborhood. She holds a B.A. in History from Harvard and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Vermont College.
Free

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Dia de Los Muertos Art Show: “Lost Places”

5:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Join us for a special Dia de los Muertos art show. New Mexico artists were invited to create 8” x 8” works of art with poetry or text that honor a place whose absence they mourn—whether a lost region of the Amazon, Chaco Canyon, or an abuela’s kitchen. Proceeds from sales of the works support the artists and NHCC History and Literary Arts programming.
Free

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