Albuquerque Journal from Albuquerque, New Mexico on June 1, 1978 · Page 25
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ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL Thursday, June 1, 1978 C-3 CREATE-A-FRAME GAVGADUUDLO WI LL HELP YOU MAKI YOUR OWN PICTURE FRAMES AND SAVE 50 ... at .re.fi -if Wt'raopen Sundays 12-4 ItREATE-A-FRAME HlwaimlmM FAR NORTH MALI SAN MA TIP ot ACADIMY 831-7300 ACLOA A. I J Sj& W 1 Based on jgjy? Wj Sholc Aleichem'i x Music by JERRY BOCK Book by JOSEPH STEIN Lyrics by SHELDON HARNICK All Performances at Popejoy Hall June9-10-U 16-17-18 23-24-25 Evening 8:15 P.M. . Sunday Matinee: 2:15 P.M. TICKETS ON SALE NOW AT POPEJOY HALL BOX OFFICE AND ALL TICKETMASTER OUTLETS Friday and Saturday Performances $6.50 $5.00 $3.50 Sunday Performances $6.00 M.50 $3.00 Students and Senior Citizens $1 .00 discount in all price categories. JUAN TAB0 STREET ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR (formerly Church Street Festival) Sponsored by New Mexico Art League Located at 3401 Juan Tabo NE (Just North of Candelaria) Saturday & Sunday June 3 & 4 10 am til Sundown 100 Exhibitors! Public Admitted Free! Exhibitors Melanle After Kenneth Arnold Martha Bacon . ' Roger Bedash Doug Ballard Den lee Beuman Kegoy Deems! Judy Ketone; Blllle Bllllngton , JNI BorUand Ann Bouldan ' Joyce Breger Lois Brown Steven Jan Brown -Karen BrueoBemann ' Wm. J. Cemblln Susan Hsfen Carlson Doug Carmtcheel ' Marilyn Chrtoteneon JoeConWI Michelle Cook DontaCorbttt Ike 8. Davie III -; David Delano Stephen Deruby JacfcDMrich Edmund Dover Addle Draper Ruth Flaherty Judith Ann Forbes Grace Fox Cathy Fury TomOallegoe W.L Garner Batty Olknore Kathaleen Qllmora Nancy Gotten Martha Oowen MlkeOowen Michael ann OTay Laurel Green Mary Webster Griffin James Groee E. Medina Hardy Jan Hayes Irmgarda Hoban KathyHook Bill Hughee Ellen Winters Hunter 1 Rote Ann James DeadraA-Jerrall Lois Johnson Dennis C. Kaefs OnttlaMayKetley Darlene KaUogg AnnKllborn Sean Phillip tea LelaLoveland Dorothea Malewskl Debra McCarthy Greg A Loulee MetcaH B.J. Miller Margaret Mills ' JeenL Miller Lynns Nicholson Mary Oliver , Fletcher a Paimsr Penne Roberta -Lauren Roblnaon ' J.D. Rose Lsona Rubin Ivens F. Rutladoe Sandls Arts Club , ENeenSsndlln JohnShrlver Naomi Sleter Jerry Smith ., ,j Gary Snyder -LaNstta Walker ; Boon Dy Wang Henry "Webb" Webster Early White JoWhlto JodyWhltney Unda Wilkinson YolandaWu Nancy Young Jimmy Yepa And Mary More Animated 'Metamorphoses': Pale Imitation of Tantasia ' METAMORPHOSES, now playing at Cinema East Twin (PG Rated). By JOE KULLMAN It could be said that "Metamorphoses" leaves you speechless. But that is only because there is nothing much that can be said about it. Nothing, that is, compara ble to this film's bill- Movie Review ing as some kind of animated mind- expanding experience. The film is advertised as a sense-stimulating mixture of space age animation and rock music guarenteed to induce a state of relaxed euphoria in its viewers. Very simply, it doesn't deliver on any of these promises. Further, it even takes a cheap shot. The promotion, obviously to bait rock fans, headlines musical performances by Joan Baez and the Rolling Stones. Well, there is one Baez song at the beginning and a Stones song near the end, together both pieces run no more than four minutes, not 'to mention these featured pieces are as solidly mediocre as the film's original music. ' About the only favorable point which can be granted is that ' "Metamorphoses" does offer a somewhat stunning display of color and animation art. However, even here we are shown nothing new. Anything seen in Walt Disney's landmark animated film "Fantasia" is not topped or even matched in this "modern" version. "Metamorpheses" even blatantly borrows a few of the "Fantasia" characters, with results far less effective than the originals." , The film's animated version of a series of ancient. mythical tales and legends come off so fragmented and unstructured as to become nonsensical. The only state it is likely toenduce is one wavering between boredom and sleep. If you're interest is solely in seeing some talented cartooning work and enchanting, but not necessarily revolutionary, animation techniques, then fine. Otherwise, "Metamorphoses," rates as a full-fledged hype, with little to recommend it. Film Above Average THE MOUSE AND HIS CHILD, now playing at Co-ronado 4 and Galeria Twin (G Rated). By WILL HOFFMAN Journal Arts Editor With excellent animation, fine use of some notable voices and a touching story, "The Mouse and His Child" is a cut above current animated children's fare. - Instead of opting for psychedelic colors and mind-boggling visuals, the makers of this commute story have chosen subdued colors and pleasing graphics. To these they have added the voices ofPeter Movie Review Ustinov, Cloris Leachman, Sally Kellerman and Andy Devme all quite compel ling and never obtrusive or out of character. The story of a toy father mouse and his child, begin- ninginatoy store, isn't a classic in the sense of . Pin- occhio or the Wizard of Oz but the unusual, unpreachy adventures have a mischie-vious, Mark Twain charm. My only complaint is that the tale often gets ahead of itself, leaving some. confusion and uncertainty over motivation, attitude and direction toward what is transpiring. Consequently, I'd recommend the moyie for older children, at least age 7. CATFISH DINNER TRY OUR OTHER SEAFOOD DELICACIES . HOURS: . MOM. THRU THURS. '-. fliOUM-8:00 PM : FRI. ft SAT. 11:00 AM -9:00 PM ' ns euimk k atom I1M FOURTH NW M6-1440 $35 if HELD OVER THRU JUNE 4TH The Barn Presents The Baby Sitter" OPENING JUNE 6TH "THE 2ND TIME ' AROUND" THE tsm Hail ,u - sw mm kj!lwi!fcLaJ CALL FOR DINNER THEATRE .1 RESERVATIONS 281-3338 REGISTER NOW FOR ART CLASSES BEGINNING JUNE 12th HALLMARKS Of ART CENTER SCHOOL INSTRUCTION: 'Classes limited to 15 students for maximum individualized Instruction 'Instruction by professionally trained and experienced working artists 'Structured courses for beginning thru advanced levels to assure student's rapid progress 'Albuquerque's oldest private art school 14 years of continuous operation. . TUITION: $40 plus tax ($41.70) for all 8 week courses, payable in advance of first class. $12 per day plus tax for Weekend Workshops, payable in advance of first class. REGISTRATION: At THE AIT CENTER SCHOOL, 2436 San Mateo Pi NE, by mail or in person from 12:3 0-5 :30PM Tuesdays thru Sctfjrdays. . ' ;.v OR at THE ART CENTER STORE, 8246 Menaul Blvd NE (Hoffmantown) 9:30 AM-5 :30PM. Mondays thru Saturdays. , 'Jt ."...., 1 ' SUPPLIES: 10 student discount on required supplies. Easels & drawing boards provided at school. ART CENTER SCHOOL 8-WEEK SUMMER COURSES MONDAYS: Ml :30AM OtKNTAJ. IXUSH PAINTlNGi Wash J. line technk)! 7430FM BMWINQ fuWAMENTAU: tW, Ink, charcool ' HtAWINQ FUNDAMENTALS: Pencil, ink, charcoal ALL MSU PAINTING: Watercolor, oil, acrylic , DESHN IN ART WORKSHOP: Design fundamentals to apply in all areas of art All M3U PAINTING: Wotereolor, oil, acrylic 12J04PM CERAMK POTTERY I SCULPTURE: Hand built methods; firing glaring 7430PM POCTIAn PAINTING: Oil, acrylic pastel, from model THURSDAYS 9:30-1 JN SWWATEICC40R PAINT1N6: Wash, dry brush, glazes f . 12:304PM PORTRAIT PAINHNG: Oil or pastel, fiwmodel. s, 74:30PM SW WATERCOLOR PAINTING: Wash, dry brush, glazes ' ANNOUNCING .". . SUMMER WEEKEND WORKSHOPS . TIME: Fridays, Saturdays & Sunday - Hours 9-1 2N & 1-4PM each day SESSION I July 7, 1 i 9 . PORTRAIT A FIGURE PAINTING, Oil t pastel " HELEN STANDR0 July 14, 15, A 16 ORIENTAL BRUSH PAINTING Ink A watercolor OU MIE SHU July 21, 22, A 23 SW WATERCOLOR . Varied techniques JACK DIETRICH July 28, 29 A 30 WATERCOLOR' Traditional realism HOWARD ETTER August 4, S A 6 LANDSCAPES, SEASCAPES, Oil A acrylic RITA SIMMONS Convenient moral reservations available for out of town students, can 26451 or 881-7897 for further information. THE ART CENTER SCHOOL 2434 San Mateo PI Nl (1 bl Sef Menaul, 1 bl I of Son Mateo Ni) Phoneit 26Q6IS1 or 811-7897 TUESDATS 9s30-12N 7430PM 7430PM WBNBDAYSM0.12N OU Mil SHU RITA SIMMONS RITA SIMMONS RITA SIMMONS ROBERT ANDREWS RITA SIMMONS HELEN STANDARD ' RITA SIMMONS JACK DIETRICH HELEN STANDARD JACK DIETRICH ($12 plus tax per day) SESSION II SESSION III SESSION IV SESSION rv Compared to "Fantasia" which displayed a full range of animated drama, power and humor, "Metamorphoses" registers at an emotional monotone. Perhaps this film is one of those occassional attempts to pass off a confused and confusing work as avant-garde. Who ever let this film loose has either very superficial taste or considers the public extremely gullible. If nothing else, they engage in false advertising. Albuquerque freelance movie critic Joe Kullmar, contributes reviews to the Journal. EtEDE p CriPt-l mm 7EQD v8m f BURT REYNOLDS " "THE END"(R) . 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