Explore the living relationships among humans, animals, ancestors and supernatural beings through works of Native art from the Pacific Northwest Coast created during the past 200 years. (more…)
Live performances range from comedy to drama, from classics to new work, and from local offerings to international touring productions. One of Albuquerque’s busiest times for theater is late winter and early spring. That’s why we’ve put together a list of Albuquerque theater offerings from now through the end of March. Check out all we have to offer at the Albuquerque On Stage page. (more…)
Visualizing Albuquerque, curated by Joseph Traugott, will investigate the unique history and present of central New Mexico art and serve as an umbrella for institutional partners of “On the Map: Unfolding Albuquerque Art + Design”. (more…)
An exhibition highlighting Albuquerque’s unique food scene, including a new suite of lithographs by local artists Anne Cooper, Kenny Davis, Marne Elmore, Mark Horst, Scott Kuykendall, Valerie Roybal, Andrea Sanchez, and Natalie Voelker. (more…)
This two-week exhibition showcases birdhouses by Albuquerque’s premiere architects and designers with a coinciding online auction and a culminating reception on April 3rd. Online auction also includes birdhouses made by architects from other regions. Proceeds benefit the Audubon Society. (more…)
Get Involved at the Cathlapotle Plankhouse!
The Plankhouse is looking for new and enthusiastic volunteers interested in learning about and sharing local Native American Culture, NW History, and Archeology with public visitors inside the Cathlapotle Plankhouse. No experience necessary, just a desire to learn and share your knowledge with others. (more…)
Learn about landscapes, wildlife, and interpretation techniques to prepare for the many students that come to both Ridgefield and Steigerwald Lake National Wildlife Refuges. We will meet at Ridgefield NWR three Fridays in April and then one Friday in May to learn how to apply these lessons to Steigerwald Lake NWR. (more…)