Looking to up your appreciation of the arts?
We've rounded up three artsy events around Albuquerque this week that will scratch your cultural itch, from private photography lessons to a pottery class.
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"Alice, An Adventure of Wonder and Wondering"
From the event description:
Keshet's "Alice" draws inspiration from the "Alice in Wonderland" story and characters, but our interpretation is only loosely based on Lewis Carroll's work, and instead we experience Alice through a Keshet lens of self-discovery and new possibilities, embodying and embracing Keshet's mission of unlimited possibilities.
When: Friday, Nov. 15, midnight
Where: Keshet Dance & Center for the Arts, 4121 Cutler Ave. NE
Up to 65% off private photography lessons
From the Photo Santagto LLC deal description:
A pro photographer instructs students in basic and advanced photography techniques with a private lesson tailored to their needs.
Where: Photo Santago, 501 Pennsylvania St. NE
Price: A 2-Hour Master Your Camera Private Session for One, $113 (62% discount off regular price); A 2-Hour Master Your Camera Private Session for Two People of the Same Skill Level, $171 (65% discount off regular price)
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Up to 52% off Intro to Clay: Hand Building Class
From the Not Made in China deal description:
Instructive, hands-on classes teach students to mold clay by hand or on the wheel, with themes such as date-night, meditation and man-time.
Where: Not Made in China, 915 Yale Blvd. SE
Price: Introduction to Clay: Hand Building Class for One, $19 (52% discount off regular price); Introduction to Clay: Hand Building Class for Two, $29 (51% discount off regular price)
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