Arts

Scenes From ‘Six Of One’ And ‘Something Wild’ At FLAC

‘Six Of One’ and ‘Something Wild’ opened Friday, Jan. 31 at Fuller Lodge Art Center. The two shows run through Feb.29. ‘Six Of One’ features six northern New Mexico women artists. Fiber artist Valentina Devine, center, poses with Bettina Hehlen, left, and Maggie Tomai modeling two of her original ready-to-wear sweaters. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ladailypost.com

Los Alamos artist Tatiana Klimov  poses with two of the paintings in her solo show ‘Something Wild’ on display in the Portal Gallery through Feb. 21. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ladailypost.com

Gallery visitors with a piece by ‘Six Read More

Levi Romero Named New Mexico’s First Poet Laureate

Poet Levi Romero. Photo by Xanath Carraza

NMDCA News:

New Mexico Arts and the New Mexico State Library, both divisions of the Department of Cultural Affairs, are excited to announce the appointment of Levi Romero of Albuquerque as the state’s inaugural Poet Laureate.

His first act will be to read a poem during Library Legislative Day Jan. 31 at the Roundhouse.

“I am very excited about the selection of Levi Romero as New Mexico’s first state poet laureate,” said Sen. Bill O’Neill of Albuquerque, sponsor of the legislation that funded the Poet Laureate program and a poet himself. “His Read More

Los Alamos Residents Bryan Fearey And Maureen Connolly Endow Chemistry Scholarship For Students Passionate About Arts

Maureen Connolly and Bryan Fearey have created the Fearey/Connolly Endowed Scholarship for Science and the Arts. Courtesy/LANLF

LANL FOUNDATION News:

Los Alamos residents Bryan Fearey and Maureen Connolly met during their graduate work at Iowa State University, where they both earned PhDs in physical chemistry.

Fearey spent 32 years at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) while Connolly taught science to students ranging from college level to preschool.

Their relationship has been deepened by a mutual passion for the arts. Fearey’s skill as a clarinetist and saxophonist led him to Read More

Posts From The Road: Prada Marfa

The Prada Marfa is a permanent art installation about 26 miles north of Marfa, Texas. Photo by Gary Warren/ladailypost.com

The Prada Marfa displays Prada handbags and shoes. Photo by Gary Warren/ladailypost.com

By GARY WARREN
Photographer
Formerly of Los Alamos

Prada Marfa is a permanent art installation located about 26 miles north of Marfa, Texas. The structure is 25 feet wide and 15 feet deep. 

The freestanding building was built solely for this art project and was completed in 2005.

You could say that the project is located in the middle of nowhere as it sits alongside U.S. Highway 90 and

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Chamber: ‘Book Signing With Liddie’ At Los Alamos Daily Post

Author Liddie Martinez, left, signs a book for a guest during a recent book signing at Fuller Lodge. The community is invited to meet Martinez 2-4 p.m. Saturday at the Los Alamos Daily Post, 1247 Central Ave., where she is a food columnist. Photo by Bonnie Gordon/ladailypost.com

CHAMBER News:

Book Signing with Liddie!

WHAT: Book Signing with Liddie Martinez, author of The Chile Line: Historic Northern New Mexican Recipes

WHEN: 2-4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 1

WHERE: Offices of the Los Alamos Daily Post, 1247 Central Ave.

Join author Liddie Martinez for this special book signing at the offices of the Read More

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