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Talking ‘Breaking Bad’

Talking ‘Breaking Bad’

Photographer Ursula Coyote will will share some of her favorite images from the two productions

The Albuquerque Museum will host a talk at 1 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 13 by the still photographer of “Breaking Bad” and “Better Call Saul,” two television series filmed in Albuquerque.

Ursula CoyotePhotographer Ursula Coyote will will share some of her favorite images from the two productions and provide insight into the craft of a still photographer. The event will be at the museum at 19th Street and Mountain Road Northwest. Admission to Coyote’s talk is included in the museum’s general admission.

Coyote’s presentation is the last in “The Contemporary Issues Series,” a monthly museum program developed in conjunction with its new history exhibition, “Only in Albuquerque.” The series brings together speakers from a variety of disciplines to respond the exhibition’s main themes: Resourceful, Courageous, Innovative and Spirited.

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