Come explore New Mexico history with a ¡COLORES! double feature! This is a free event.
A City At The End Of The World - V.B. Price and his concerns and ideas about how the city of Albuquerque will grow and change as it enters a new century. He looks at Albuquerque with a loving eye, considering how the city's history, architecture, diverse cultures, environment and style of living -- the "personality" of Albuquerque -- will fare as it collides with unchecked future growth. Price wants to preserve the uniqueness that he found in Albuquerque when he left Los Angeles in 1958, seeking a "city at the end of the world."
Golden Dawn: The Pueblo Paintings Of Pablita Velarde - This film looks at the career, inspirations, and struggles of one of New Mexico's most renown Native American artists, Santa Clara Pueblo painter Pablita Velarde. Pablita, whose Pueblo name is Tse Tsan, or "Golden Dawn." Pablita began painting at the age of 14, looking back over 60 years of work, the 75 year old painter talks about her work, her life, and the things that have inspired her.