Thursday, April 17, 2014

#Mountainair Art Activity—MMAC Recycling Workshop April 26

Re-use JUNK MAIL envelopes, GREETING CARDS, sample papers


START SAVING and BRING ALONG 
your junk mail & other throwaway paper items

to make your own

NOTEBOOKS,  JOURNALS, RECEIPT HOLDERS, SPECIAL PHOTO PACKAGES

...and other creative projects

SATURDAY, APRIL 26 10am-12pm
at

MAOB
Mountain Arts on Broadway

 addie draper, kathy baur, mary cicola & nancy stone will be on hand to help



$5.00 charge....got questions?  call 505-979-1787

Monday, April 7, 2014

Register for May2 Sunshine Seminar

New Mexico Foundation for Open Government…on #PublicRecords & #OpenMeeting laws w/@nmfog aka NM Foundation for Open Government, advocating for transparency since 1990. Why? Because an informed citizenry is central to community engagement and civic involvement…and crucial to development as well

Register this week for free NMFOG coffee mug!
When
Friday May 2, 2014 from 8:30 AM to 4:45 PM MDT
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Where
The Albuquerque Journal Building
7777 Jefferson St. NE
Albuquerque, NM




Driving Directions
Hello,

Registration is now open for NMFOG's May 2 seminar on public records and open meetings laws! Sign up now to find out about the latest developments in public records and open meetings from FOG Hotline attorneys Martin R. Esquivel, Charles R. Peifer, Charles "Kip" Purcell, Gregory P. Williams Hal Stratton and Dan Yohalem and Albuquerque Journal Managing Editor Karen Moses.

We have received  approval for six Continuing Legal Education credits (including one ethics/professionalism) but the class will also be useful for public officials, journalists, students and community members. For the full agenda and to register, click on the link below.

For complete seminar agenda, click here!
Register Now!

Because NMFOG's own team is conducting this training, 100 percent of the tuition will go to supporting our mission.

Members of NMFOG get a significant discount on the training but space is limited so sign up today! 

Sincerely,
Susan Boe, Executive Director
New Mexico Foundation for Open Government
info@nmfog.org
505-764-3750
| 115 Gold Ave. SW | Suite 201 | Albuquerque | New Mexico | 87102


Saturday, April 5, 2014

oops too late for the #CibolaArts Party & more

…my apologies, but you'll have ample time to view Animal as the show runs through July. Cibola Arts' next will be a sunflower appropriate group show in August for the Sunflower Festival.


The other missed notice, Michael Godey's music open mic at Mountain Arts on Broadway did get ample social media exposures. This is the second open mic, roughly a month apart, suggesting a regular event. 
Open Mic

Friday, March 7, 2014

around #Mountainair

…but no meanderings or musings…that would be #2Wally4words. I want to come up with more than just a hashtag or at least a grabber that get the attention of NM tweeps…no mean feat considering other state attractions. So what kind of week has this been in Mountainair? Let's take inventory -- 

Dennis Fulfer's MPA defense"Increasing Citizen Engagement: An Analysis of the Barriers to Participation in Three Rural NM Communities," with the focus (obviously) on Mountainair. Dennis told his committee that his personal involvement in this topic was to have a better place for his family and to heal the foster children in his care.

About now, Mountainair is coming out of winter hibernation -- look at this week. Just Tuesday alone saw municipal elections Shaffer reopening, Chamber of Commerce meeting, MES Book Fair, Literacy Night -- more for all I know. The MountainView Telegraph posted results for Moriarty, Estancia, Edgewood and Tijeras on the Telegraph Facebook page -- but not for Mountainair. Complete results for East Mountains/ Estancia Valley municipalities -- no surprises --have been published. 

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Call for Proposals: #Albuquerque Downtown Block Party

@516ARTS invites submissions for the June 7 Digital Latin America Downtown Block Party. Doesn't this project sound like something the Manzano Mountain Art Council could sink its collective creative teeth into? Additionally, the town, art council, and other community organizations might take look at the block party concept with an eye to putting one on right here in Mountainair.



Downtown Block Party
 Call for Proposals
516 ARTS is seeking visual and performing new media arts projects and interactive works as well as music and dance celebrating the arts and cultures of Latin America and New Mexico
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