2:00pm – 3:15pm
Marriage of Heaven and Earth Qigong is used in China to help heal neck, back, spine and joint problems. It is especially effective for helping to mitigate repetitive stress injury.
Led by Marcy Pincus, Energy Arts Certified Instructor. Class fee is a suggested $5.00 donation.
Space is limited. Please call 897-8831 to register.
10:00am – 4:00pm
A day of art, music, and poetry on the lovely grounds of the Open Space Visitor Center.
Albuquerque’s calligraphy society Escribiente, the New Mexico Book Arts Guild Libros, the New Mexico State Poetry Society (NMSPS), the Open Space Alliance, and dozens of local poets have come together for this unique art exhibit and day of spoken word poetry.
The event features a special musical performance by Albuquerque’s own Bébé La La, a calligraphy art exhibit, demonstrations and workshops, and book sales by local presses including Village Books Press, Beatlick Press, and Dos Gatos Press.
Bring a picnic lunch and spends a day with some of New Mexico’s most talented poets and calligraphers in a stunning outdoor setting!
FREE. Please call 897-8831 for more information.
9:00am – 5:00pm
The Open Space Visitor Center (OSVC) in Albuquerque, and the Española Valley Fiber Arts Center host “Water,” a juried exhibit representing the vast array of fiber arts found throughout the state of New Mexico. Learn about different fiber art techniques and materials as you explore a world of wonders.
The gallery exhibit runs through June 3rd, 2018.
FREE. More information Fiber Crawl website.
Artist Katherine (K.M) White presents a discussion on the spiritual uses of water. The activity will include a participatory water blessing and cleansing.
As an artist, White works in collage and mixed media. Her pieces include some large, broad views and some small, more intimate glimpses of man and his relationships with water and his fellow creatures.
Her work is featured in the Open Space gallery through July 1st.
FREE. Please call 897-8831 to register. Space is limited.
2:00pm – 4:00pm
With this exhibit the artists engage visitors in a critical conversation about water and how it impacts and informs the lives of all living beings. The artwork shows some ways water is used (or abused) by humans, some of the plants and animals that dwell in or near the water, and the effects of having too much, or not enough water.
Linda Rael is a fiber artist, depicting in intricate detail the birds, animals and plants that depend on, and live near water. Katherine (K.M.) White works in collage and mixed media. Her pieces include some large, broad views and some small, more intimate glimpses of man and his relationships with water and his fellow creatures.
FREE. The exhibit will run through July 1st, 2018.