Arches: Chatter Summer Concert 1
Music featured this night include works by contemporary composers Phillip Glass, Andrew Norman, Mark Grey, and Missy Mazzioli. An original composition inspired by the exhibition "Route 66: Radiance, Rust, and Revival on the Mother Road," and arranged for flute and string created by James Shields will also be performed.
Reading Route 66: Book Discussion and Tour
Program will feature the classic novel, The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. A two-hour discussion led by a librarion from the ABQ-Bernco Public Library will be followed by a short tour of related objects in the Route 66 exhibition. Library cardholders can order copies of the novel at abqlibrary.org.
Breathless: Chatter Summer Concert 2
The featured music of the evening will be wind quartets by contemporary composers, including an original composition inspired by the exhibition Route 66: Radiance, Rust, and Revival on the Mother Road from Luke Gullickson.
2nd Saturday at Casa San Ysidro: Wonders of the Weavers
Albuquerque Museum Curator of History, Deb Slaney, tells the remarkable story of 19th century Rio Grande weavings, including those on exhibit at Casa. For the Hispanic settlers of 19th century Nuevo México, weaving was an important part of everyday life. Even though these textiles were created to serve an immediate utilitarian function, they reveal a high degree of artistic vision and an attention to detail and design. Learn about the textiles and the weavers in this richly illustrated program.
3rd Thursday. Hallelujah Junction: Chatter Summer Concert 3
Experience Albuquerque Museum in a whole new way
Make 3rd Thursdays a regular event on your family's calendar!
Free admission from 5 - 8:30 PM
Live music and performances
Hands-on art activities for kids and adults
Select gallery exhibits open for viewing
Food and adult drink specials at the cafe, Slate at the Museum
Extended hours for evening shopping at the Museum Store
From 6-7 p.m., Chatter will perform arrangements for piano by contemporary composers Timo Andres, Meredith Monk and John Adams.