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Albuquerque Gallery Map

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This map shows all of the Albuquerque galleries that I could think of but it's nowhere near complete. I've left it open for editing by anyone so if you see an error or omission, go ahead and fix it! Here's how:
*Click on the ‘Albuquerque Gallery Map’ link beneath the map.
*Pick ‘search the map’ to enter an address or ‘find a business’ to enter a business name.
*When you see the correct address or business click ‘save to my map’ then ‘save’ at the prompts.

Albuquerque's Community Forum

Encaustic Wax workshops for Photographers

Started by Robert Medina Cook Feb 13.

Call For Entries - InSight Women's Photography Exhibit

Started by The Zephyr Group Jan 1.

New Sculpture from Casey Warr

Started by Casey Warr Nov 1, 2013.

Grand Opening at "Genuine Southwest Art & Gifts" in Old Town

Started by Jennifer Spradlin Oct 28, 2013.

Call to Artists: Pop-up Holiday Art Market. No Booth Fee!

Started by Casey Warr Sep 18, 2013.

CALL FOR ARTISTS: New Mexico Photographic Art Show

Started by The Zephyr Group Sep 13, 2013.

Call for Artists: Harvest CSArt by Harwood Art Center

Started by Rachel Harris Aug 16, 2013.

Call for Entries! -- "The Way I See It"

Started by Amy M. Ditto Jul 18, 2013.

Workshop for Breaking Through Creative Blocks 2 Replies

Started by Leslie Fox. Last reply by Leslie Fox Mar 26, 2013.

ARTISTS, I'm looking for a PRINTER in ABQ 10 Replies

Started by Jennifer Elizabeth. Last reply by AlbuquirkyPhotos Feb 22, 2013.

Looking for a multi-layer stencil artist..

Started by Monochrome Chucks Dec 4, 2012.

Nov 30 & Dec 21 Call for Artists/Vendors!

Started by Alaska Oct 25, 2012.

Artist Showcase: Photography

Started by FRAMED! Custom Frames & Gallery Oct 15, 2012.

Call for Entries- "Unusual Beauty" 1 Reply

Started by Amy M. Ditto. Last reply by Amy M. Ditto Aug 15, 2012.

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Comment by Martha Byrne on August 11, 2008 at 5:08pm
Hi! I am a cloisonne enamelist who has just moved to town. I am in search of a studio/art space with a glass kiln where I can do my enameling work. Does anyone know of enameling classes anywhere or anything of the sort? Thanks!
Comment by DADDY PANTS on July 9, 2008 at 4:30pm
Come to OFFCenter at 808 Park ave, right off central past 7th, we art! Tues thru Thurs noon to 8 and Fri 1 to 5. It's fun, it's free, and there is nothing like it in Albuquerque!
Comment by diane on July 2, 2008 at 11:37pm
thanks for the welcome! i will be dropping in quite often to see what is going on. :)
Comment by Colgate Craig on July 1, 2008 at 2:36pm
Framing Concepts opening for July 18, 2008 . A special opening of a one man show of paintings by J. Waid Griffin. Traveling throughout the Southwest and the West, Waid has produced some awe inspiring paintings for all to see and or purchase. Thhis is a "must see..." show at Framing Concepts Gallery in the Northeast heights. Stop by for the opening and meet the artist and if you can't make the opening, the show remain up through the 16th of August. You will be impressed.
Comment by April on June 28, 2008 at 10:15pm
Help!!! i recently started an acrylic painting..but i've screwed up, i need to know would it be ok to use Gesso to cover the painting? the painting is in the very primary stages so it's not as if the entire canvas is covered...what should i do????
Comment by zoodeb on June 26, 2008 at 2:15pm
Hi everyone. Introducing the first STUDIO SHE art sale! This Sunday, June 29, from 10am to 7pm. "Studio She" is a group of five women who meet monthly to talk about work, give each other support, etc. We are reducing our inventory by offering it at very friendly prices. Come by for refreshments, buy early Christmas presents, have a chat, and pet the chickens!


Hope to see you there! One block north of Alameda on 2nd Street.
Comment by Valerie Tibbetts on June 26, 2008 at 1:28pm
Celeste Michelotti -Jeweler
Betsy Williams-Potter
Sandra Humphries-Monotypes
"Grace in Fulfillment" Show continues until July 11, 2008
Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Friday 10:30-5:30, Saturday 11:00-5:30
At WEYRICH GALLERY/THE RARE VISION ART GALERIE

Where at the male art collectors?? Most are women??
Valerie Tibbetts
Comment by Jon Kulas on June 1, 2008 at 5:33pm
Hey everyone. I just wanted to announce that ABQ Art Review hosts a monthly art showdown. This month's theme is Native America and is open to all media. The winner will receive a $50 dollar cash prize as well as a one year "Featured Artist" subscription at the site. You must register to participate. Registration is free. Our community is slowly growing. As always, our Community Gallery is open for submissions and is free! If you are an artist looking for web presence, please check out the site: http://abqartreview.com
Comment by Will Light Johnson on April 10, 2008 at 11:14am

Be sure to make it to Coleman Contemporary Art to see - Sightseeing.
The sculptures are GREAT - very whimsical and charming. And the paintings by (Yours Truly - Will Johnson) are wild!!!
Then go down the road and eat at Thai Orchid - the flavors will rock your world!!
Love, Will
Comment by Joan Fenicle on April 8, 2008 at 10:44pm
Albuquerque makes the top 25 list of Arts Destinations (again). Frankly, I didn't expect it this year because we were moved to the Large Cities category (population 500,000+). Ranked 2nd last year among mid-sized cities - we dropped to 7 this year but that's with competition from NYC, Chicago, San Francisco, etc. Santa Fe was 1 among small cities and Taos was number 5. I think this makes quite a story for New Mexico. Now, let's aim to get back toward the top of the list in 2009. Read it all at http://www.americanstyle.com

In conversations with people who say that Albuquerque has no art scene - I have come to understand that what they are referring to is the fact that we don't have the collector dollars. We have wonderful artists - great galleries - but everyone is struggling to survive because the big money doesn't come here (at least not for our art). We have no one to blame but us (and that is a big collective US including city government and local business). Let's put some of our creativity to work coming up with a plan to get the word out to the world that Albuquerque is the place to buy art. The number of galleries would grow, artists would actually be able to make a living by showing here, perhaps art would reappear in the public schools. The potential is unlimited.
 

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