Mixed Me­dia Baca Street throws a party

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The pos­i­tive re­sponse to last sum­mer’s Baca Street Bash was such that the or­ga­niz­ers de­cided to do it again. Par­tic­i­pants in the sec­ond an­nual bash, which takes place at 5 p.m. on Satur­day, July 23, in­clude Molecule De­sign, Santa Fe Mod­ern, Art.i.fact Con­sign­ment, Baca Art Projects, and other busi­nesses and gal­leries in the Baca Street Art Dis­trict. The event in­cludes live en­ter­tain­ment, art demon­stra­tions, spe­cial sales, and ex­hi­bi­tions. Axle Con­tem­po­rary’s mo­bile art van, with its cur­rent ex­hibit Ac­ci­den­tal

Pho­tog­ra­phy, will be parked in front of Gray Mat­ter Art and Ar­ti­facts (926 Baca St. #6), which cur­rently shows artist Jay Tincher’s Skullp­ture Se­ries: Beauch­ene and Ex­ploded Skulls. ART.i.fac­tory, the art space in­side Art.i.fact (930-C Baca St.), shows Dis­patch. For this in­stal­la­tion, lo­cal col­lec­tives Strangers and SCUBA in­vited more than 90 lo­cal artists to cre­ate 3-by-6-inch tiles for a grid rep­re­sent­ing Santa Fe’s art scene. The open­ing re­cep­tions for Dis­patch and Skullp­ture Se­ries co­in­cide with the Baca Street Bash.

In ad­di­tion, Revo­lu­tion Sa­lon (933 Baca St.) hosts a live paint­ing demon­stra­tion with artist Joshua Nader; Counter Cul­ture Cafe (930 Baca St.) has live mu­sic on the pa­tio; Baca Art Projects (922 Baca St.) hosts a park­ing lot fash­ion show; and Liq­uid Light Glass (926 Baca St. #3) presents glass-blow­ing demon­stra­tions. Other at­trac­tions in­clude art-mak­ing ac­tiv­i­ties, a bon­fire, games for kids, and raf­fles. For more in­for­ma­tion on par­tic­i­pat­ing venues and events, visit www.ar­ti­fact­santafe.com or call 505-982-5000. — Michael Abatemarco


Elodie Holmes (right) and Jea­nine Ca­bossel in the hot shop at Liq­uid Light Glass; photo Michael Gull­berg

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