It's week twenty-eighth of our #365DaysOfEvents campaign. From musical theater to football this week's events have something for everyone. Check out the DynaTheatre's newest film, Pandas-The Journey Home, and see a performance of the Tony Award winning musical Wicked. For more fun, be sure to check out our events calendar.
Monday, September 15
Exhibition: Reg Loving Contemporary Landscapes
Head over to the Sumner & Dene Creations in Art Galler for this exhibition that features the contempary landscapes of New Mexico artist Reg Loving.
Tuesday, September 16
Film: Pandas-The Journey Home
Prepare yourself for insane cuteness during the new 3D film Pandas: The Journey Home from National Geographic. Fall in love anew with this iconic, captivating creature and better understand the desperate plight of pandas in the wild.
Wednesday, September 17
Back by popular demand, the Tony Award winning musical Wicked opens at Popejoy Hall today. Long before that girl from Kansas arrives in Munchkinland, two girls meet in the land of Oz. See how these two grow to become the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good Witch.
Thursday, September 18
Artist Talk: Toyin Odutola
Join artist Toyin Odutola at the UNM Art Musuem as she discusses her work. Selected for the prestigious Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio program, Odutola currently lives and works in New York City. In October, she will return to Tamarind for her second residency at Tamarind Institute.
Friday, September 19
Explora Adult Night: Science of Food
This month's Adult Night theme is Science of Food. The night includes activities, ranging from theater performances to hands-on experiments with surprising materials. Bring a friend, bring a date, bring a group and enjoy Explora.
Saturday, September 20
¡Globalquerque! World Music Festival
¡Globalquerque! takes over the entire NHCC campus, bringing the best international talent to perform along side the regions top performers on three separate stages. Enjoy the intimate courtyard setting of the Fountain Courtyard, the state of the art 692-seat Albuquerque Journal Theatre and dance outside on the Plaza Mayor.
Sunday, September 21
Join us for the largest block party the Duke City has ever seen! Enjoy two miles of streets closed to motor vehicles and open to you and your family. Enjoy art vendors, food, live music and more.