Art in ABQ

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Albuquerque's Community Forum

Reception this Friday at Page Coleman Gallery

Started by Page Coleman Oct 8, 2014.

Encaustic Wax workshops for Photographers

Started by Robert Medina Cook Feb 13, 2014.

Call For Entries - InSight Women's Photography Exhibit

Started by The Zephyr Group Jan 1, 2014.

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.

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Comment by Kristine Maltrud on September 10, 2012 at 5:33pm

Hi there Art in ABQ!  ArtSpark is co-hosting a learning event for artists and arts orgs on September 17th at The Cell/Fusion Theatre Company downtown from 9-5p

A fun day to learn and share about social media, online fundraising, audience development and ???? (group chooses...).

Here's the eventbrite link:

Comment by Instituto Cervantes Albuquerque on August 23, 2012 at 2:33pm

Don't miss the opportunity to attend this incredible theatre performance based on an intense love story:

Kulunka: André & Dorine

September 31 - August 1


Journal Theatre (National Hispanic Cultural center)

Please join us to experience this beatiful love story!!!!

Comment by Michael R. Donohoe on May 25, 2012 at 8:46am

I expect to bring some of my paintings to this event.

Comment by RiRiSynCyr on May 15, 2012 at 2:32pm
Animal Humane is looking for a local artist to feature for their biggest fundraising event of the year with artwork that will reach thousands. check the link out for more info!
Comment by Friends of Old Town on May 1, 2012 at 4:33pm

new mexico centennial festival series in old town


As part of an ongoing celebration of New Mexico’s Statehood Centennial, the City of Albuquerque’s Cultural Services Department is presenting a series of public programs that highlight the wide variety of musical and artistic talents throughout our community.


On Friday and Saturday, May 4th and 5th, Youth in the Arts theme will celebrate music, theater and dance as well as the visual arts with competitions for awards and cash prizes.



On Friday, May, 4th, from 5 – 8 p.m. Youth in the Arts will present performances by three school orchestras:

5 p.m.   Madison Middle School Orchestra

6 p.m.   Taylor Middle School Orchestra

7 p.m.   Sandia High School Orchestra


And on Saturday, May 5th, from 2 – 5 p.m., vocal groups will perform:

1 p.m.   “Voces de Coronado” Children’s Choir

2 p.m.   Sandia High School Continentals

3 p.m.   Del Norte High School Choir

4 p.m.   Interplay School of Music

5 p.m.   Coronado Elementary School Singers


Added to both day’s entertainment will be performances by single or duo performing youth entertainment throughout Old Town.  Don’t miss this opportunity to see these very talented young people who excel in the arts.

Comment by Valerie Tibbetts on April 4, 2012 at 12:32pm

Please join us at Weyrich GalleryThe Rare Vision Art Galerie

Unfurled:Drifting into the Unknown with artist: Christine Herman's

new show. Opens, April 6, 2012

From: 5-8:30 PM

Artist Talk at 6:30 PM

Show Closes April 27, 2012  

Comment by G Saunders on March 28, 2012 at 9:07pm

Support your local author!

Hey all, I am offering a coupon a $1 off Heartwood, my newest novel in eBook format. Just enter the code SK43N on

Heartwood is an edge of the seat thriller set in the high mountains where an Apache legend has come to life. Heartwood - The center of a forest. The living center of a tree. The creature that lives within them both.

I would love you to check it out.

Or go to Books by Gregory Saunders for the reel-feel books.

Comment by Puck Crack on February 25, 2012 at 8:03pm

My name is Ryan. I'm 28 years old, and I absolutely love art. My passions range from photography to poetry to music to comics and everything in between. I am the CTE (Capturing True Emotion) Photography ABQ Facebook leader and wanted to introduce you all to the club.

ALL levels of photography are welcome, and to reiterate what is said on the CTE registration page:"Take your photography to levels never thought possible! This is an opportunity to have fun, learn and share your knowledge with others who also have a passion for photography. The objective of the CTE Photography Meetup Group is to have fun and make friends in beautiful settings, concentrating on giving and receiving shared knowledge about controlling all of the settings on your camera: light, color, metering, and composition.

Everyone is welcome to join us! Invite your friends and anyone who shares the same passion for photography as you do." With regard to the CTE mission, I hope that through this group we can sharpen each others creativity and see the world through a different perspective. I'd like to inquire as to what everyone's expectations are, as well as what types of outings would be preferable to everyone. Would anyone like to do class-like meetings either in person and/or online? Or would you prefer to meet up in different places and just try to capture the world through your lens? This is going to be our group, so I'd like to get some feedback from everyone regarding what they'd like this group to be, as well as what they'd like to learn/try with their photography. I look forward to sharing creativity with everyone!



Capturing True Emotion Albuquerque Meetup Group

Comment by Instituto Cervantes Albuquerque on February 21, 2012 at 12:10pm

You are invited!

E•CO: European and Latin American photography focused on the environment

Curated by Claudi Carreras, the exhibition E•CO gathered photographic projects by twenty Latin American and European photographic collectives, each tasked with crafting a visual essay about one of the most important topics of our day: the environment. Free of curatorial influence, the collectives define “environment” for themselves and maintain their own production and editing processes. E•CO is a sample of the most pressing environmental problems, in the countries where the collectives are operating.

E•CO 2010 assembled 20 photographic collectives from Germany, Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, France, Italy, Mexico, Peru, Portugal, UK, Venezuela and Spain as well as a multinational group that represents photographers from Eastern Europe, that discussed with editors, researchers and other professionals of this media, the problematical and needs of the photographic medium.

Opening night and reception on Thursday, March 1ST at 6PM led by Claudi Carreras. Pete V. Domenici Education Center, at the National Hispanic Cultural Center, located at 1701 4th Street SW (4th Street and Avenida César Chávez).

Exhibit E•CO will be opened to the public from March 1st to May 31stt. Opening times: Monday to Friday from 9AM to 5PM. Saturday from 9AM to 12PM. Free admission.

Comment by Corina Sugarman on November 28, 2011 at 6:28pm


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