Re-Mix Culture students perform in Cd. Juárez and Albuquerque

Join artists from la Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez and the University of New Mexico for a night of live VJing and performances with music by cp_squared:

Live video exploring the connections and contrasts between Ciudad Juárez and Albuquerque will be projected on the outside of the historic KiMo theater, on 5th street between Central and Copper. The road will be closed so there will be lots of room for chillin, dancin, and minglin.

See you there!


Artistas de la Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez y la Universidad de Nuevo Mexico por segunda vez presentarán un performace de VJ ahora con el DJ cp_squared.

Video en vivo explorando las conexiones y contrastes entre Ciudad Juárez y Albuquerque proyectado afuera del histórico teatro KiMo en la calle 5 entre Central y Copper. La calle estará cerrada por lo tanto habrá mucho espacio para relajarse, bailar, y convivir.

Los esperamos!


Event page:

From UACJ: Carolina Arroyo, Jesus Cardenas, Iris Díaz, Sagrario Manrique, Daniel Paredes – w/ Prof. Gabriela Durán
from UNM: Ayrton Chapman, Steven Hayes, Shaelin Jornigan, Ian Kerstetter, Britney King, Noel Mollinedo – w/ Prof. Szu-Han Ho and (GA) Aziza Murray

Our class blog:

Students from the UNM “Re-Mix Culture” course (Art & Art History) and the Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez (UACJ-Visual Arts Department) are engaging in a semester-long partnership centered on the concept of the remix as a strategy for collaboration and creating shared dialogue between the cities of Albuquerque, USA and Juárez, Mexico. In March, UNM students traveled to Juárez to collaboratively produce the first public event, which took place in downtown Juárez at the Centro Municipal de las Artes on Thursday, March 12.  UACJ students will travel to Albuquerque for the final public video/performance event, which will take place on Thursday, April 30th from 8-11pm on 5th Street between Central and Copper. The groups will present “ALBUREZ Returns!” a VJ event with projections on the west wall of the historic KiMo Theatre, featuring music by DJ cp_squared. This event is free and open to the public. 
This course is led by Szu-Han Ho (UNM) and Gabriela Durán-Barraza (UACJ). The program is made possible by the US Embassy/GEO Global Studies Grant, UNM College of Fine Arts Dean’s Travel Grant, and Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez.

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