El Paso ScenePage 3November 2012
San Elizario Art District —
Main Streetnear the San Elizario Plaza.
: First Friday ArtWalk, Ghost Tour •
: “The Peña Political Portfolio”opening reception at Peña Gallery.•
Nov. 11 and 18
: Billy The KidReenactment•
: Mission Trail Art Market•
: Christkindle Market.
— Upcoming shows at the Alamogoro art center.
: Eisenhower Dance Ensemble•
: Mariachi Christmas•
: Academy of Ballet’s“Christmas Carol”•
: Golden Gates’ “Moscow Nights.”
— The actress/gospel singer performs in concert at
, at Christian Joy Center. She has acted in several of Tyler Perry’s shows and, with her husband, DavidMann, starred in Perry’s TBS sitcom “Meet the Browns.”
— Showing in November is “The Dames of The Square Tables,” worksby Connie Weaver and her students withopening reception
.The gallery’s Christmas Market benefitingHelping Hands is
Silver City MainStreet
— First Friday events are
(Dia de Los Muertos) and
(Luminarias). Silver City LightedChristmas Parade is
— Showing at the ElPaso Art Association’s gallery
arepaintings by Yeunhee Lee; “Luna,” paintingsby William Coon and photographs by Wilberto Sierra; and Artists of the MonthKarla Zanelli and Jim Murphy.
Nov. 30-Dec. 15
is InternationalEye of the Camera 2012 juried exhibit.
LYNX Exhibits —
“In the Dark,” a look atnocturnal life,
through Jan. 6
. ElPaso Artisan Gallery hosts champagne recep- tion for the Creative Arts Guild jewelry show
‘Michoacán’ Dia de los Muertos
— LaMujer Obrera and Centro Mayapan cele-brate Day of the Dead
, with tradi- tional Michoacán cuisine, altar exhibits andmore.
La Tierra dinner shows
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: “Danza Teatro de la Frontera•
: Applejack Band (American folk)
Hal Marcus Gallery
— Artist for the Monthfor November is painter Mauricio Mora withan artist meet and greet
. The gallery’s Happy Hippie Holidaze OpenHouse is
— Los ActoresSpanish language theatre company presents the play by Humberto Robles
atEl Paso Playhouse.
‘Sacred Music Sacred Dance’
— LolaProductions Inc. presents the Tibetan Monksfrom the Drepung Loseling Monastery
at UTEP’s Magoffin Auditorium.
La Guitarra concert
— La Guitarra Schoolof Musica celebrates its 15th anniversary
, at the UTEP Dinner Theatre in the Student Union, West.
El Paso Symphony Orchestra
- TheSymphony performs Handel’s “Messiah” withEl Paso Choral Society and guest conductor Andres Franco
in the PlazaTheatre.
Mario Otero Hair and Makeup
— MarieOtero hosts a Holiday Open House
at her Linea Gallery and Gifts.
Border Peace Through Inner Peace
—The monthlong celebration dedicated toPeace on the Border continues
at the Bhutan Lounge in UTEPStudent Union East.
‘Latino Folk Tales’ events —
Las CrucesMuseum of Art and Branigan Cultural Center in Las Cruces host events in conjunction with the Museum’s “Latino Folk Tales” exhibit that runs
through Nov. 24
El Paso Gem and Mineral Show —
Theannual show and sale is
Nov. 30-Dec. 2
at ElMaida Auditorium.
El Paso Youth Ballet —
The ballet andUTEP present “The Nutcracker 2012”
at Magoffin Auditorium.
Magoffin Holiday Open House
— Theannual holiday season event at the MagoffinHome State Historic Site is
Desert Crossing Holiday Market —
Ardovino’s Desert Crossing Restaurant andBanquet Facility’s 8th annual market is
in the Sunset Hall.
‘Desert Lights Art Show & Sale’ —
Alazan Artists’s 4th annual exhibit, sale andreception is
at 150 Sunset EventCenter.
‘The Nutcracker’ on ice
— Sun City Blades Figure Skating Club presents its ver-sion of the classic Christmas story at
at the Sierra Providence Event Center,4100 E. Paisano.
El Paso Convention and Performing ArtsCenters
.• Cirque Dreams’ “Holidaze” is
,Bryan Adams performs
, The GreatRussian Nutcracker is
and Disney’s“Beauty and the Beast” is
at ThePlaza Theatre.• Jeff Dunham performs
at Abraham Chavez Theatre.
— El Paso Summer Music Festival announces its program for classical musicians age 8-19. Deadline toapply is
UTEP’s Stanlee and Gerald RubinCenter for the Visual Arts
through Dec. 21
is “Shifting Sands: Recent Videos from the Middle East,” and “SEFT-1” works by Ivan Puig and Andres PadillaDomene.
— The exhibit cele-brating the area’s history of its love for motorcycles runs
through Jan. 20