Friday, March 26, 2023
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  Reception in Alpine
Reception at The Holland Hotel�, Friday, March 26 from 7-9 pm In conjunction with Multicultural Extravaganza: 1st Annual Fiesta Primavera of Dance and Music to Benefit Relay For Life to be held Saturday, March 27 at Kokernot Lodge from 4:00 � 8:30 pm, there will be a meet and greet reception at The Holland Hotel� brought to you by The Holland Hotel� Management and Staff with appetizers, cash bar, and live music. Please join us and mingle with Fiesta Primavera performers, sponsors, and volunteers to enjoy an evening at The Holland Hotel� from 7-9 pm, Friday, March 26.

Miracle Dolls @ Padre's
FRIDAY MARCH 26th- THE MIRACLE DOLLS from southern California! Twin sisters Danielle and Desiree front this alt/punk/indie rock group that's touring through for the SXSW music conference in Austin. Their newest release "We Share" is produced by Oingo Boingo bassist John Avila and they played the Warped Tour 2008. Endorsed heartily by Padres' very own Marc DeClercq! Come on out tonight! $5 cover www.miracledolls.com

Live Music @ Hotel Paisano
The Dry Creek Diggers will play at the Hotel Paisano Courtyard from 6-8pm.

IN LIEU OF UNITY Artist Reception @ Ballroom Marfa
IN LIEU OF UNITY EN LUGAR DE LA UNIDAD 26 March - 15 August 2022 Eduardo Abaroa | Margarita Cabrera | Livia Corona | Minerva Cuevas Mario Garc�a Torres | M�ximo Gonz�lez | Paulina Lasa Teresa Margolles | Pedro Reyes | Tercerunquinto Curated by Alicia Ritson Opening Reception: Friday 26 March, 7-9pm Artists' Talks: Saturday 27 March, 1pm, Masonic Lodge Live Music: Mexican Institute of Sound, Saturday 27 March, Liberty Hall, Doors 9pm, Show 9:30pm In Lieu of Unity brings together artists from Mexico - citizens, residents and emigrants - who have sustained a curiosity about social relations in their art practices. Their focus demonstrates that the nature of existence is contingent not merely on the cognizance of being, but more so on the relationships between individuals and the collectives they form. Through varied perspectives on what it means to be together, these artists relinquish utopian ideas of unity. Instead they favor their own explorations of the underlying systems that influence everyday encounters, such as language, commerce, architecture, citizenship and social mores. The exhibition as a whole can be seen as a collection of responses to social dynamics as they play out in specific locations in Mexico, within the context of Marfa, Texas, and throughout their shared geographic and conceptual borderlands. In Lieu of Unity includes established and early career artists working in video, sculpture, installation, performance/intervention and photography. Of the ten participating artists, Eduardo Abaroa, Minerva Cuevas, Paulina Lasa, Teresa Margolles and Tercerunquinto have traveled to Marfa for research visits, to get a sense of the town's unique social context within which issues of power and identity are increasingly pressing. Along with other commissions by Margarita Cabrera and Pedro Reyes and extant works by Mario Garc�a Torres, M�ximo Gonz�lez and Livia Corona, these projects collectively present the means for thinking about communities outside idealistic notions of cohesion and unified experience. With the aesthetic identity of Marfa so firmly routed in the legacy of Minimalism, In Lieu of Unity consciously shifts the focus towards another integral aspect of the town - its proximity to Mexico. In doing so the exhibition positions itself within a constellation of sites that augments the well-traveled pathways between New York City and Marfa. Within this expanded framework each artist's work exemplifies a personal take on negotiating being together - encompassing relationships at all levels from the interpersonal to the international. To inaugurate In Lieu of Unity, Ballroom Marfa will host a weekend of festivities including an opening reception on Friday 26 March, 7-9pm; artists' talks on Saturday 27 March, 1pm; and a live music performance by the Mexican Institute of Sound on Saturday evening, 9pm. These events are free and open to the public.