Numerous community-organized events take place here throughout the year. If you're looking for a venue for an event of your own, get in touch with us.
COMING UP: Creative Roots Art Carnival!
Saturday, May 4th, 12 - 2 pm
Our Creative Roots program is hosting a public Children's Art Carnival at Well's Park Community Center.
In preparation we've been making carnival games, decorations and prizes at our free family art days.
Join us on Saturday May 4th from noon-2, at the Wells Park Community Center. Play games, make art and have fun!
Organized in collaboration with the Wells Park Community Center
SOME RECENT EVENTS:
hONEyhoUSe Living Room Session
Thursday, February 21, 2013 @ 7:00pm
"Love is a friendship set to music."
Paul Dorrell discusses his book: Living the Artist's Life: Updated & Revised
Tuesday October 16, 2012
Paul will discuss his Book, Living the Artist’s Life: Updated & Revised, and conduct an abbreviated version of his career workshop, accompanied by a handout with a Q&A session. A book signing follows the presentation.
a poetry reading
A publishing reading will take place Saturday, April 14th, 2012, from 2-5 pm for Adobe Walls #4.
Visit the Adobe Walls website for a growing list of readers.
Gallery Talk: Homebodies
"How did the exhibit Homebodies come about? What is the connection to be found between bees, hearth and the human heart? Why is that bees have become a potent symbol of catastrophic ecological change? Join Becky Holtzman for a brief talk and Q&A about her work, the ideas behind this exhibit, and the materials she uses."
Sunday, October 23rd at 2pm
Harwood Front Gallery
Rethinking School Lunch NM
Community Visioning Meeting
Please join us for our second community discussion on innovative strategies to bring healthy and sustainable food in to our schools. We will be using the data collected from our recent survey to help guide the conversation.
Saturday, October 22nd
9 am - noon
FREE and open to the public
Contact: Erin Engelbrecht (505) 350-8984 for more info. And find them on Facebook.
ABQ Zinefest Olympics and Workshops
Saturday, October 1st, 2011
The Harwood Art Center is hosting our tabling, some workshops, and the first-ever ABQ Zine Fest ZINE OLYMPICS!
We’ll be spending day two of the fest at the Harwood, Saturday, October 1st from 11am–4pm. The Harwood is an old, giant, HAUNTED school at the corner of Mountain and 7th Street. We’ll be taking over what was once the school dining room for tabling, and the grounds outside, for the Zine Fest Olympic Games!
Practice your precision stapling techniques, folks!!
View full Zinefest weekend schedule here
Fourth Annual Albuquerque Cultural Conference
Saturday - Sunday, August 27-28, 2011
This year’s theme, “Cultural Survival in Difficult Times,” extends the discussion of trauma we began at last year’s event to explore cultural survival via literacy and the arts, independent media, and social and environmental justice. We’ll focus on expression: how a resilient community with a strong culture is sustained by performance, the written word, public art, and social activism.
to view panelists, scheduling, and to register for this event.