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UPCOMING EVENTS

Saturday October 20, 2012    12:00 NOON Visit Cuba in Spring 2013!!!!  Informational Lecture

 

Saturday_October_29th,_2011_12:00noon-3:00pm__  Democracy How? Corporations: Are They People?

 

Saturday September 17th 12 noon  

 

Saturday September 3rd 12 noon Gold mining in Africa Photography presentation

 

Saturday July 16 - Aug 14th at wired   Ian Langham landscape Painting show

Luminescent Pursuits: Capturing Lights's Journey across Local Lanscapes

Sunday_at_12pm_Wired,_705_Felicidad_Lane_Taos,_Learn the truth about coffee

 

Saturday June 11 at 12 noon  Photo Presentation of Xinjiang China's Wild West

Saturday, April 30th 12:00 Noon Location Wired? A look at the state of Tibetan culture thru photography (slide show

Saturday, April 30th 1:30 pm  Photography club first meeting following a slideshow and discussion of Tibet

 

Saturday, May 21 · 12:00pm - 2:00pm LocationWIred? Cafe  What does it take to make a culture sustainable within its environment?

 

Tuesday and Wednesday weekly inquiry therapy group call for details 7379348 regarding the work ( Byron Katie)( for serious individuals that want to improve their relationship skills) 

 

 Rex Estell a lecture on astrological forcasts yet to be decided

 

PAST SHOWS

Saturday, April 16 · 12:00pm - 2:00pm LocationWIred? Cafe  What does it take to make a culture sustainable within its environment?

March 26, 2011 at 12:00- NOON We present a discussion about the Cuban a discussion about the cuban 5 and film about 638 ways to kill Castro

 

February 13 · 1:00pm - 2:00pm Wired? Coffee Cyber Cafe, 705 Felicidad Lane.

 

FEB 12, 2011 at 12:00- NOON We present a discussion about the Cuban Health Care System and a screening of the film “SALUD.”

 

 Jan 22 12 pm Phil Alldritt Professor of Anthropology and Maya Archaeology 

 

 Jan 15th 2011 12 pm Reel World Cuba ( the Original Cuban Mini Film Festival)

 

Title: Rediscovery of the Classic Maya Sites of the Pasion and Petexbatun Rivers

Speaker: Phil Alldrit

 Rex Estell a lecture on astrological forcasts yet to be decided

July 31 1-3pm

New Discoveries in Maya Archaeology.  Phil Alldritt Professor of Anthropology and Maya Archaeology will highlight new discoveries and technology in Maya archaeology in the Maya lowlands of Central America and Mexico.  Join us for a lecture, slide presentation and discussion.

 

July 1-31 2010

New works of Noel Anderson

leather assemblage

mixed media

and hand stenciled acrylic on paper 

 

MAY 22 4-6:30 PM

SAMANAYO

PRESENTS SACRED SOUND HEALING CEREMONY AND jOURNEY WITH GONGS AND OTHER NATIVE TOOLS

 

May 8th 2010  1:pm 

Pat Woodall one man show Pat Woodall- New works- "Images In Sunlight, AOne Man Show" - An Art Opening At Wired? Cafe and Gallery.   

march 27th 2010

lecture The Cuban Experience: Restoration and Change--Phil Alldritt has been conducting research in Havana Cuba

Feb 13th-14th 2010

paid conference Maya Calendar Initiation  Guided by Raymond Mardyks

Feb 6th 2010

Free introduction Lecture  Preparing For 2013 * Maya Calendar Initiation  Guided by Raymond Mardyks and Phil Alldritt

Jan 9th 2010

lecture The Cuban Experience: Restoration and Change--Phil Alldritt has been conducting research in Havana Cuba

NOV 21 2009

LECTURE Phil Alldritt is an archaeologist and UNM-Taos instructor in Mayan Archaeology.

June-August 2009 

Summer of love Gallery opening Group show

August 2009 

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Law & Money…But Were Afraid to Ask!

March 2009 

Pat Woodall gallery opening,

 

Saturday October 20, 2012    12:00 NOON Visit Cuba in Spring 2013!!!!  Informational Lecture

 

 Visit Cuba with 100% LEGAL People to People exchange tours this Spring!!

Cultural interaction with Cuban dance programs, and visit Hemingway's House and museum along with many artist's studios. Havana, Trinidad, Cienfuegos, and Santiago departures are available.  Professional tour leaders along with Cuban Tour Guides accompany the tours at all times. Come and see the introduction powerpoint presentation FREE and get more information!! Saturday October 20, 2012 at 12:00 NOON.

 

 

Saturday October 29th, 2011 12:00noon-3:00pm

Democracy How? Corporations: Are They People?

This lecture explores the nature and spectacular rise of the most pervasive institution of our time. Phil Alldritt UNM-Taos Professor of Political Science will be combining analysis and group discussion to attempt to create solutions to restructure the system to make it work for the many instead of the few. We will formulate a platform of demands suggested by the Wall Street Occupation to move forward. Begin to understand the forces at work that affect eveyone and arm yourself with the facts. Flim and lecture free to everyone.

 

Saturday September 17th 12 noon

Photography Presentation of China --- One country two worlds

Saturday September 3rd 12 noon

Gold mining in Africa Photography presentation

 

Saturday July 16 - Aug 14th at wired   Ian Langham landscape Painting show

Luminescent Pursuits: Capturing Lights's Journey across Local Lanscapes

 

Sunday at 12pm Wired, 705 Felicidad Lane Taos,

Learn the truth about coffee

Daniel Fourwinds from Capulin Coffee in Mexico will be at Wired Cyber Café this Sunday June 12th to give a talk about coffee and its importance to people in coffee growing regions of the world and especially Mexico.

 Capulin is called the Peaceful Solution –learn how the way you spend your money matters more than how you vote

 

Saturday June 11 at 12 noon  Photo Presentation of Xinjiang China's Wild West

 

Saturday, April 30th 1:30 pm 

Photography club first meeting following a slideshow and discussion of Tibet

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday, April 30th 12:00 Noon Location Wired?

A look at the state of Tibetan culture thru photography (slide show

Occupied Tibet: The Living Museum

A long and sometimes painful look at the state of Tibet and Tibetan culture

as it exists today both inside and outside of China.

Special emphasis on the question of responsible tourism to occupied Tibet.

 

 

 

Saturday, May 21 · 12:00pm - 2:00pm What does it take to make a culture sustainable within its environment?

Location WIred? Cafe 

It has been noted that Cuba may have the most sustainable society in the World. Come to view this film and have a discussion about what makes Cuba's experience different. Saturday April 16 at 12:00 noon .

 

 

 

 

 

March 26, 2011 at 12:00- NOON We present a discussion about the Cuban a discussion about the cuban 5 and film about 638 ways to kill Castro

The film discusses the history of the failed attempts on Castro's life in Cuba and around the World for the last 50 years. Join us for a group analysis and update on new travel rules concerning United States citizens wanting to go to Cuba.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday, February 13 · 1:00pm - 2:00pm Wired? Coffee Cyber Cafe, 705 Felicidad Lane.

Join us for a free presentation of  What is PLAND?

A local organization called Practice Liberating Art through Necessary Dislocation (PLAND) is scheduling an event to explain its programs and activities Sunday (Feb. 13), 1 p.m., at Wired? Coffee Cyber Cafe, 705 Felicidad Lane. Admission is free.

An announcement for the event states that PLAND is an “off-the-grid residency program that supports the development of experimental and research-driven projects in the context of the Taos mesa.”

 

WIRED INTERNET CAFE      FEBRUARY 12, 2011 at 12:00- NOON

We present a discussion about the Cuban Health Care System and a screening of the film “SALUD.”

The film discusses the history of medical training in Cuba and their involvement training doctors and medical personnel all over the World reaching 101 different countries.

Join us for a group analysis and update on new travel rules concerning United States citizens wanting to go to Cuba.

January 15, 2011 12:00pm Reel World Cuba ( the Original Cuban Mini Film Festival)

Join us for an introduction to the Cuban Caravan and short films about Cuba. This is the beginning of a film series this Winter and Spring about Cuba and the evolution of United States foreign policy in the Caribbean. A lively discussion will follow each screening.

We will be screening:
 
"The Power of Community - How Cuba Survived Peak Oil". 
"When Cuba lost access to Soviet oil in the early 1990's, the country faced an immediate crisis feeding the population and an ongoing challenge: how to create a new low energy society.   Cuba transitioned from large, fossil fuel intensive farming to small, less energy intensive organic farms and urban gardens, and from a highly industrial society to a more sustainable one.

This film tells the story of the Cuban people's hardship, ingenuity ad triumph over sudden adversity - through cooperation, conservation and community, told in their own words.  As the world approaches Peak Oil, Cuba provides a valuable example of how to successfully address the challenge of reducing our energy use".

 

 

 

January 22  2011 12 pm  

Title: Rediscovery of the Classic Maya Sites of the Pasion and Petexbatun Rivers

Speaker: Phil Alldrit


From 1988 to 1993 phase I survey and excavations of the Petexbatun Project were undertaken by Vanderbilt University under the direction of Dr. Arthur Demerest and several Subproject directors.  This lecture will focus on the results of these projects and the findings of more recent excavations by the University of Arizona at Aquateca.  The sites discussed will include Ceibal, Dos Pilas, Aquateca, Punta de Chimino, and Cancuen.

 

Phil Alldritt is a Professor of Anthropology and Mayan Archaeology at 

the University of New Mexico-Taos. He excavated as a crew chief in Guatemala

on the Petexbatun Project during the 1993 field season at a newly discovered Maya site

named Quim Chi Hilan near Aguateca.

He is a Belize National tour guide instructor for Maya sites and has

guided tours in Belize, Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala since 1985.

He was recently an archaeologist and crew chief for the Office of Archaeological Studies from 1995-2009.

 

 

 July 31 1-3pm

New Discoveries in Maya Archaeology. 

 

 

 

Phil Alldritt Professor of Anthropology and Maya Archaeology will highlight new discoveries and technology in Maya archaeology in the Maya lowlands of Central America and Mexico. Every year new sites are being discovered and explored with advanced techniques in the field. Exciting new finds have expanded the base of information available to researchers as the area of the Ancient Maya culture continues to expand. As the remote jungles reveal more of their secrets, the new sites show a culture that may be far older than once thought. Join us for a lecture, slide presentation and discussion.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SAMANAYO

Pat Woodall  One man show, new works begins may 8th 2010 1pm until we close

 Pat Woodall- New Works- "Images In Sunlight, A One Man Show"-An Art Opening At The Wired Cafe    

An art show showcasing new works by Pat Woodall, Taos Painter.  These works explore the wonder and mystery of the "Taos Light" that elusive but amazing
source of inspiration that has drawn scores of artists to our community for a century and more. 
The show will run through the end of May!

 

 March 27th 2010 the Cuban Experience Restoration and change March 27th 2010

march 27th Saturday 1:00 pm till were done
 
Phil Alldritt has been conducting research in Havana Cuba with the Cuban Office of the Historian since 1999. During this time he has made 21 trips to cuba and the presentation will discuss the restoration of Old Havana and the political changes for the future. Cuba is a country with much disinformation being disseminated and is much misunderstood. As the United States becomes more like cuba, so cuba will become more like the United States. Join us for a slide show and discussion.

 

1.  Preparing For 2013 * Maya Calendar Initiation

Free introduction Lecture Saturday at 1pm until we're done.

Feb 6th   Guided by Raymond Mardyks 1-3

Raymond Mardyks has been a scholar of multicultural astronomy for over 30 years. His research into the Maya calendar led to a source document called the Dresden Codex. This is one of only four known surviving precolumbian Mayan books and the oldest book written in the Americas. To understand what the Maya wrote about their sacred astronomy and how it relates to 2012, let's look into an authentic source document. Raymond will also be available for personal astrological readings and Maya Calendar Initiations.

Call 505 819 7917 for more information.

 

 

 

2.  Feb 13th and 14th  paid or trade 2 day conference Saturday & Sunday

Guided by Raymond Mardyks

Raymond Mardyks has been a scholar of multicultural astronomy for over 30 years. His research into the Maya calendar led to a source document called the Dresden Codex. This is one of only four known surviving precolumbian Mayan books and the oldest book written in the Americas. To understand what the Maya wrote about their sacred astronomy and how it relates to 2012, let's look into an authentic source document. Raymond will also be available for personal astrological readings and Maya Calendar Initiations. Call 505 819 7917 for more information. 

The Preparing For 2013 Maya Calendar Initiation workshop will be from 10-3 both Sat & Sun with a 12-1 break. It is $50 per session or $100 per day or $160 both days, which includes a Maya calendar good through 2012 & the book, Maya Calendar Voice of the Galaxy. Scholarships available, if prearranged.

Please make check or money order payable to Raymond Mardyks

Contact at (505) 819-7917 or earthlove2013@gmail.com.

 

2.  The Cuban Experience: Restoration and Change

January 9th Saturday 1:00 pm till were done
 
Phil Alldritt has been conducting research in Havana Cuba with the Cuban Office of the Historian since 1999. During this time he has made 21 trips to cuba and the presentation will discuss the restoration of Old Havana and the political changes for the future. Cuba is a country with much disinformation being disseminated and is much misunderstood. As the United States becomes more like cuba, so cuba will become more like the United States. Join us for a slide show and discussion.

3.  Free  LECTURE

November 21st Saturday at 1:00 pm until its over. At Wired?

Felipe Alldritt    taoscuba@hotmail.com   

Presents 2012   The Mayan Calendar

What do the Mayan sites and what we know about archaeoastronomy tell us about the
predictions in the near future?

taoscuba@hotmail.com

Phil Alldritt is an archaeologist and UNM-Taos instructor in Mayan Archaeology. He has been guiding tours in Latin America for 25 years and worked on National Geographic projects in Belize and Guatemala. 2012: The Archaeology Tour will visit Mayan sites beginning in March 2010.

2012 is approaching and not since Y2K has the hype been so high.
What does the archaeology say about 2012? What do the Mayan sites
and what we know about archaeoastronomy tell us about the
predictions in the near future? Look at the monuments and the
patterns of Mayan cyclical time for answers.

 

4 Summer of Love art show   June thru Aug

5 Seminar on Law and Money  Aug thru Sept

.Taos Summer of Love 2009

 

 

Summer of Love

Gallery’s Summer of Love exhibition,

Flashbacks: Small Memories of the 60’s”,

opens Saturday June 13 4pm – 7pm, and will run through August 31, 2009.

  • WIRED? Gallery will be opening "Flashbacks: Small Memories of the 60's" 

  • "Flashbacks" will include 16 artists from across the US.

  • Work will be 5" x 7” or less,

  • (small memories)

  • movies from the 1967-69 will be shown weekly in the gallery.

  • Celebrate the summer of love.

  • We hope you’ll join in and view a few blasts from the past!

 

  • WIRED? Gallery 705 Felicidad Ln. Taos New Mexico. Off La Posta behind Albertsons.

Website: www.wiredcoffeeshop.com

Look for us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/business/dashboard/#/pages/Taos-NM/WIRED-Coffee-Cyber-Cafe/63109988933.

 

 

August 2009

Four Tuesday’s in August,

6-7:pm

(Just-after-the-Relationship-Group-Meeting) 

 

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About Law & Money…

But Were Afraid to Ask!

 

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