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The Great Southwestern Art & Education Endowment
Every year, three great arts shows are assembled in Albuquerque and Santa Fe: The Great Southwestern Antique Show, Santa Fe Objects of Art, and The Antique American Indian Art Show. Your attendance at opening night of these shows benefits New Mexico PBS as a portion of the proceeds will go to the Endowment fund.
Mayors of Shiprock triptych
The Mayors of Shiprock and Metal Road
New Mexico PBS proudly presents a free screening of two compelling Native American documentaries, THE MAYORS OF SHIPROCK and METAL ROAD, on Friday, June 23 from 7-9 PM at the historic KiMo Theater, followed by a discussion with the filmmakers along with some of the subjects seen in the films.
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RARE - Creatures of the Photo Ark
National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore has been on an 11-year mission to photograph at-risk and rare animal species. On Saturday July 8th at the ABQ Biopark, watch a highlight of the series RARE: CREATURES OF THE PHOTO ARK and join in a panel discussion about conservation efforts locally and across the world.
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New Mexico in Focus
Fridays at 7pm on Ch. 5.1
And Sundays at 3pm on Ch. 9.1

Coming up this week on New Mexico in Focus
Pueblo Bonito
Saturdays at 4pm on Ch. 5.1
And Fridays at 8pm on 9.1

On the next ¡COLORES! - Pueblo Bonito is one of New Mexico’s greatest works of architecture. Also, Santa Fe’s Thomas Ashcraft records rare atmospheric phenomena, and Albuquerque artist Amie Rangel documents the urban landscape as a way to raise awareness of how we live.
Lorene Mills and Julie Rehmeyer
Report From Santa Fe
Ch.5.1: Sundays at 8:00 am

This week's guest on "Report from Santa Fe" is Julie Rehmeyer, author of "Through the Shadowlands: A Science Writer's Odyssey Into An Illness Science Doesn't Understand."