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This Weekend in the Cinematheque

Friday-Saturday, Feb 23-24
11:00a - Loving Vincent*
11:15a - Western
1:00p - Loving Vincent*
1:45p - Call Me By Your Name
3:00p - 24 Frames*
4:30p - Faces Places
5:30p - Western*
6:30p - Faces Places
8:00p - Call Me By Your Name*
8:30p - Loving Vincent

Sunday, Feb 25
11:00a - Loving Vincent*
11:15a - Western
1:00p - Loving Vincent*
1:45p - Concert for George Harrison
3:00p - 24 Frames*
3:45p - Faces Places
5:30p - Western*
5:45p - Faces Places
7:45p - Concert for George Harrison*
8:00p - Call Me By Your Name

Visual Arts Public Programs

Critical Conversations: Feminism and Intersectionality in the Arts Wednesday, February 28 // 6-7:30pm // CCA Tank Garage // $5 Gallery Admission

Artist Workshop: Prints & Plants Saturday, March 3 // 2-4pm // CCA Tank Garage // $5 Gallery Admission

Conversation: Photography in CubaThursday, March 8 // 6pm // CCA Tank Garage // $5 Gallery Admission

Performance: MAPPING the FEMININE Saturday, March 10 // 6-7:30pm // CCA Tank Garage // $5 Gallery Admission

Art Talk: Peter Frank on Ciel Bergman Sunday, March 25 // 2-3:30pm // CCA Tank Garage // $5 Gallery Admission

Santa Fe Zine Fest Saturday, April 14 // 12-5pm // CCA Tank Garage // Free

Closing Reception and an Evening of Performance with Matron Records Saturday, April 28 // 5-7pm // CCA Tank Garage // $5 Gallery Admission

COMPLETE SCHEDULE

In the Cinematheque

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  • BEUYS 

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    "Fascinating. Most art world insiders would rate Beuys as the most significant artist of the post-war period.” —Screen Daily

     

  • FACES PLACES

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    Magnificently moving, funny, life-affirming, and altogether wonderful an absolutely essential farewell.” –IndieWire

  • LOVING VINCENT 

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    This near-lunatic labor of love … pulls audiences into the delirious, hyper-sensual world suggested by van Gogh’s oeuvre … Brings a poetic sense of tragedy to the last act of van Gogh’s life, and fresh insight into the kind of man he was.” –Variety




  • BOMBSHELL: THE HEDY LAMAR STORY

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    The underexposed, amazing story of a Hollywood glamour queen who could have been a scientist … thoroughly engaging, eye-opening.” –The Hollywood Reporter

in the gallery

Spiritual Guide Map Having Reference to Thirst 375x375

in the CCA Tank Garage 

Ciel Bergman: The Linens

February 9 - April 29, 2018

15 And There is No Remedy 375x375 

in the Cinematheque Lobby Gallery 

Beverly Erdreich: Continuum

Opens February 9, 2018