Richard Linklater began filming this story of a family’s evolution in 2002, and for the next 12 years followed the story of a boy (Ellar Coltrane) and his sister (Lorelei LInklater), who are coping with the challenges of growing up with two divorced parents (Patricia Arquette and Ethan Hawke). An unprecedented work of commitment, BOYHOOD is also a universally resonant chronicle of the passage of time. (U.S., 164m, 2013, IFC Films, DCP)
Irene has a job to die for. As a luxury hotel critic, she’s paid to judge the minute details at the world’s most posh establishments. Even so, she discovers herself hungry for meaning and real-world connection. Maria Sole Tognazzi’s delightful, grown-up, sophisticated comedy, winner of the Italian Oscar for best actress, and nominated in four other categories, is heartfelt and gorgeous to see. (Italy, 2013, 85m, DCP, Music Box Films)
For more than 40 years David Rudolph primarily worked in three-dimensions, creating large and small-scale sculpture in wood, steel and concrete formulation. Rudolph refers to his style of sculpture as ‘Still Animation’, as he is often exploring movement, scale and planes through blocky and geometric shapes.Read More...
CCA is celebrating its 35th anniversary, and to commemorate the occasion we are making a short film about the history of the organization. If you have an interesting story or experience that you would like to share with us, feel free to stop by on one of our open-call dates and tell us about it. Or, contact Andrew Fann at 505-606-3938 or at
Veterans for Peace present KILL TEAM
2:00p Sat, Aug 23, with a Skype Intro by director Dan Krauss + Panel Discussion
Citizens' Climate Lobby present THE AGE OF STUPID
CCA Muñoz Waxman Main Gallery
December 9 - December 30, 2012
OPENING RECEPTION: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 6:30-8PM
Open Hours : Friday-Sunday, 12pm-5pm
Opening music: Tammy Zibners & Karl Hoffman & Friends play Land Arts is Dirty and other folky favorites
Opening tastes: trash can-roasted turkey tacos and hot chocolate, served by the artists
Land Arts of the American West, at the University of New Mexico, is an ongoing experiment in radical interdisciplinary arts pedagogy, with field based research and practice taking place throughout the American Southwest. This program emphasizes direct physical engagement within a full range of human interventions in the landscape, from pre-contact Native American architecture, rock paintings and petroglyphs to contemporary art, federal infrastructure, US military installations, ecological niches, and land use structures across the West. CCA will present a culmination of works from the 2012 Land Arts program, ranging from two-dimensional, sculptural, installation, multi-media, and performance based projects, inducing an interdisciplinary play of research and practice across place.
Artists include: Lea Andersson, Eric Cook, Katelyn Deluca, Marne Elmore, Bill Gilbert, Jeanette Hart-Mann, Kb Jones, Cecilia McKinnon, Jeff Nibert, Heike Qualitz, Eso Robinson, Emily Vosburgh, and Amelia Zaraftis with Armando Carlos, Chrissie Orr and Roberto Salas.