The night lights up from 5-11 pm on May 15 with a nighttime viewing of ALTERED LIGHT at Currents 826 on Canyon Road.
On the eve of the International Day of Light, Altered Light will be shown at night so that you can see this collection of holograms and projected videos in their true glory! Also shown will be River of Light, a pop-up outdoor laser installation.
A limited number of visitors will be allowed in the gallery at a time for COVID safety, but doors will be open and guests will be welcome to linger outside on our front porch and watch the laser light display!
The New Mexico Chapter of the New Deal Preservation Association presents a virtual Fireside Chat: New Deal Artist Eugenie Shonnard discussion led by Christian Waguespack, curator of 20th century art at the New Mexico Museum of Art. Preservation efforts of Shonnard’s turtle fountain in Truth or Consequences by the NM NNDPA will be shared. Event Cost
Mt. Joy, called by Rolling Stone “your new folk-rock heroes,” and Trampled by Turtles, whose sound “owes as much to rock & roll as bluegrass,” will perform at HIPICO as part of their Fall Tour 2021 on August 22 at 7 p.m. Tickets cost $49 in advance, $54 day of show for Tier 2; $59 in advance, $64 day of show for Tier 1 (including all service charges). Tickets available online at holdmyticket or by calling them at 505-886-1251.
Amy Coffman is the longtime bassist for one of the very first Americana bands in Dallas, but now calls Amarillo home. A fan of stringed things, she alternates on bass and guitar in the notable Amarillo songwriting combo, The DustJackets. As a solo artist, her instruments of choice are guitar or banjo. She annually learns the same five chords on mandolin… before hanging it back up each year.