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Albuquerque Museum of Art and History

2000 Mountain Rd. NW, in Old Town
Family Art Workshops

When: Every Saturday, 1-2:30 p.m.
Fee: Included with museum admission.
Admission: $4 adults ($3 NM residents), $2 seniors, $2 ages 4-12, 3 and under free.
Saturday Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
More Info: Call 243-7255 http://www.cabq.gov/museum/

Albuquerque Aquarium

2601 Central Ave. NW (at New York Ave. just east of the Central Ave. bridge)
Aquarium Overnight

What: Spend the night in the aquarium learning about marine species and their nighttime behavior. Activities include an aquarium scavenger hunt, Ocean Jeopardy, guided tours and art activities.

When: Fridays every other month.
Next overnight is April 18-19
Fee: $25 per person.

More Info and to Register: Call 848-7180. http://www.cabq.gov/biopark/aquarium/
Pre-registration required.

NM Museum of Natural History & Science Planetarium

1801 Mountain Rd. NW in Old Town
When: First Friday of every month through June 2008 at 6, 7 and 8 p.m.

First Friday Fractals

Where: NM Museum of Natural History & Science Planetarium
Tickets: $7 ages 13-59, $6 age 60+ and $4 ages 3-12.

More Info and Tickets: Go to www.FractalFoundation.org or http://naturalhistoryfoundation.org/planetarium.html


Explora Museum

1701 Mountain Rd. NW

Children's Programs
What: Includes after school clubs, Kids First films, Robolab, Working Chemist, Woodworking and Toddler Time.
More Info: Visit www.explora.mus.nm.us or call 224-8341

516 Arts

516 Central SW

Educational Tours and Activities
Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 12-5 p.m.
More Info: Call 242-1445 or email Bryan Kaiser at [email protected]


Harwood Art Center

1114 7th St. NW

Opportunities for Artists
Applications for North and South Youth and Emerging Artists Galleries
Deadline: Ongoing
Application Materials: Call 242-6367 or go to the website

Nob Hill Gallery

7400 Montgomery NE, Suite 19

Call for Artists
Co-op gallery looking for artists and fine craftsmen.
More Info: Call Paula O'Neil at 832-5052

Plein Air Painters of New Mexico

Looking for New Members
Open to artists working in all media. Upcoming events include 4th Annual Paintout, Exhibition and Sale and Little Gems, a juried show to benefit the Open Space Alliance.
More Info: www.pleinairpaintersnm.org


Adobe Theatre

Looking for Directors
More Info: Call Michael Girlamo at 480-6419

Albuquerque Boy Choir

Auditioning Boys Ages 6-18
More Info: Call Ed Torrez at 363-4621 or go to www.abqboychoir.org

Albuquerque Girl Choir

Looking for New Talent, Grades 1-12
More Info: Call 292-0242 or go to www.albuquerquegirlchoir.or

Albuquerque Women's Voices

Call for Singers
Who: Looking for sopranos and altos who read music and enjoy singing in a variety of musical styles.
More Info and Audition Times: Call 292-0301

Duke City Chorus

Call for Singers
What: Weekly auditions for men's a capella chorus.
Who: Men of all ages.
When: Thursdays 7-10 p.m.
Where: Mesa View United Methodist Church, 4701 Montano Rd. NW
More Info: www.dukecitychorus.com

Enchanted Mesa Show Chorus

Weekly Auditions for Women's a Cappella Chorus
Who: Lower women's voices especially needed.
When: Every Monday, 7-10 p.m. (during rehearsal)
Where: Netherwood Park Church of Christ, San Mateo and Indian School at I-40.
More Info: Go to www.enchantedmesa.org or email Mary Morse at [email protected]

Landmark Musicals

Call for Volunteers

What: New musical theater company is looking for actors, dancers, musicians, directors, technical expertise, costume designers, makeup artists and hair experts, and front and back house people.
More Info: Email Myra Cochnar [email protected]

The Puppet Playhouse

Ongoing Auditions for volunteers, apprentices and paid performers
What: Puppet shows and events
More Info and to Set an Appointment: Call Sunny Birklund at 897-9148 or email [email protected]

Vortex Theatre

2004 1/2 Central SE

Call for Local Playwrights

What: The Vortex is looking for new plays for its series. Opportunity to have your play read before the public in a rehearsed reading and get feedback from the audience.
More Info: Email [email protected]

VSA arts of New Mexico

Groups Available for Performances

Book groups for schools, community centers, churches, festivals and more.
Buen Viaje Dancers: A mixed ability dance company that performs original choreography and present participatory workshops for audiences of all ages and abilities.
Equilibrium Theater Company: Artists and staff writers/performers have created pieces that deal with their own experiences with disabilities with integrity, humor, poetry and music.
Honorarium: $250 per performance (shared by 12-20 company members)
More Info: For Buen Viaje, call Bryn Naranjo. For Equilibrium, call Kamarie Chapman, both at 345-2872 Ext. 22.


Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Public Libraries Programs

What: Library branches offer a variety of programs throughout the week, including talks, classes, movies, educational programs and more for all ages.
Info on Activities: Go to www.cabq.gov/library

The Filling Station

1024 4th St. SW

Church of Beethoven
Classical musicians perform mini-concerts every Sunday.
When: Sundays at 10:30 a.m. Coffee bar opens at 10.

Sunday Sessions
An on-going series of jam sessions for poets, musicians and singers (one category each week). Set by a local artist followed by open mic.
When: Sundays, 6-8 p.m.
Tickets: $5 suggested donation.

Info and Reservations: Call 243-0569 or go to www.fillingstationabq.com

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

2401 12th St. NW

Weekend Artist and Dance Demonstrations

When: Artist demos - Saturdays and Sundays, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Dance demos - 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
More Info: Call 843-7270 or go to www.indianpueblo.org

Planetarium at the NM Museum of Natural History & Science

1801 Mountain Rd. NW in Old Town

Night of the Titanic

Experience what it was like to stand on the deck of the Titanic the night she sank, and look at features of the North Atlantic that have consequences for ships. When: Daily Noon and 2 p.m.

It's About Time

Travel in a Space Elevator and investigate theories in space exploration.
When: Daily at 1 p.m.

Enchanted Skies

Take a guided tour of the evening sky with a real-time digital starfield.
When: Daily at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Admission: $7 adults, $6 seniors 60+, $4 ages 3-12.
Ticket sales close 10 minutes prior to each show.

More Info and Advance Tickets: Call 841-2808


ABQ Art Glass

405 #4 Montano NE
Stained Glass, Mosaic and Glass Fusing
When: New classes monthly. Call for schedules and fees.
More Info and to Register: Call 345-2556 or go to www.magennisraymosaics.net

Amaya's Wise Woman Belly Dance Workout Classes

Beginner to Intermediate Belly Dance
When: Thursdays at 5:45 p.m. (through summer)
Where: Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center
Fee, More Info and To Register: Call Amaya at 281-4492 or [email protected] or go to www.maria.amaya.com


Mix Level Belly Dance
When: Wednesdays at noon (through summer)
Where: Cedar Crest - Luna Studio
Fee, More Info and To Register: Call Amaya at 281-4492 or [email protected] or go to www.maria.amaya.com

The Artist Studio

Open Painting and Drawing Sessions

Where: 8200 Menaul NE, Suite B, at the west end of Hoffmantown Shopping Center
When: Wednesdays, long pose, clothed and Thursdays, gesture, nudes.
Both sessions 9:30am-noon.
More Info: Call Marilyn at 400-2571

Aurora Borealis Glassworks

5314 Kings Row NE

Glass Blowing and Paperweight Classes
When: One-on-one instruction during 4-5 hour classes on Saturday, Sunday and Monday
More Info: www.auroraborealisglassworks.com

Center for Nonprofit Excellence

2340 Alamo SE, 2nd Floor
Offers classes in Albuquerque, Santa Fe and other New Mexico cities on Board Development, Financial Management, Fundraising and Grant Writing, Leadership Development and Technology.
More Info: www.centerfornonprofitexcellence.org
Can also access the New Mexico Grantmakers Directory from the home page. This searchable database lists funders that support New Mexico non-profits.

East Mountain Art Classes and Workshops

Chinese and Splash Ink Watercolor
Instructor: Ming Franz
Location: Edgewood
More Info: Call Ming at 281-4956

Drawing, Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor and Pastel
Instructor: Diane Reitz
Location: Edgewood
More Info: Call Diane at 281-4425 or 720-7731

Starlight Ranch Artist Retreat
Workshops and classes in an inspirational setting
Location: Edgewood
More Info: Call Deb at 281-6839 or go to the website

Beyond Values Workshop
Two-day workshop, Friday/Saturday-4hrs/day) on getting more out of your artwork
Location: Rincon Studios - Edgewood, NM
When: Scheduled periodically, six students max.
Fee: $85
Instructor: Cassandra Gordon-Harris
More Info: Call 281-5101 or 281-4191

Factory on 5th Art Center

1715 5th NW

Gyotaku, the Art of Japanese Fish Painting
When: Classes forming on demand
Fee: $10/hour, 1-2 hours classes
More Info about this Class and Others: Contact Ren at 836-1573 or [email protected]

Art for the "Non-Artist" - Awakening the Artistic Self
When: Classes forming on demand
Who: Adults as well as younger students (13 and up)
Fee: $25, 3 hour class
More Info about This Class and Others: Contact Ren at 836-1573 or [email protected]

Gaelic Lessons

Beginning Level Class in Scots Gaelic
Instructor: Kenneth McCormick
More Info: Call Ken at 205-9602.

Irish Gaelic
More Info: Call Padraig at 856-5193

Gathering of Artists

733 Camino del Pueblo, Bernalillo

Figure Class and Workshop - The Long Pose
When: Every Thursday, 6:30-9:30 p.m., beginning March 5
Instructor: Steve Williams
More Info and Reservations: Call Steve at 771-0278 or Sara at 771-3567

Glass Fusion Workshops

Full fusing, tack fusing, slumping and torch work to make a plate and numerous jewelry items. Includes all materials, findings and finishing for jewelry and use of tools and equipment.

When: Ongoing
Where: Pompous Glass Studio in Placitas
Instructor: Lisa Chernoff
More Info and to Register: Call Lisa or Mel at
867-3330 or email [email protected]

Harwood Art Center Gallery

1114 7th St. NW

Visual & Performing Arts Classes
What: Classes for adults and children in all arts disciplines, visual and performing.
More Info: Call 242-6367 or go to www.harwoodartcenter.org

Open Drawing Sessions with Model
When: Every Tuesday, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
More Info: Call 242-6367 or go to www.harwoodartcenter.org

Heights Community Center

823 Buena Vista SE

Ceramic and Pottery Facility Reopens
Hosting weekly open studio times and special topic seminars.
More Info: Contact Pam Seigal at 256-3770 or [email protected]

Irish-American Society

Old and/or Modern Irish Language Classes
Instructor: Bettina Kimpton
More Info: Call or email Bettina Kimpton, 821-8196 or [email protected]

Keshet Dance Company

214 Coal SW

Dance Classes
What: Classes for ages two through adult.
All ability levels.
More Info: Call 224-9808 or go to www.keshetdance.org

Dance Theatre Southwest

4200 Wyoming NE
Modern Dance Technique for Adults
When: Wednesdays, 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
Cost: $5 per class, all skill levels welcome
Instructor: Joan Gonwa
More Info: Call Joan at 254-9689

The Source (for Creating Sacredness)

1111 Carlisle SE

Various Workshops
On-going events on many topics for all ages. Also an art gallery.
More Info: Call 265-5900 or go to www.thesourceabq.com

3rd Street Arts

711 3rd St. SW

Open Drawing Groups
When: Twice weekly drawing groups with live models; short pose on Wednesday nights and long pose on Thursday nights, beginning at 7 p.m.
Fee: $6 per session
More Info: Call Robin at 604-3072 or Russ at
306-0535 or email [email protected]

The Studio

2252 Matthew NW

Open Studio: $10/hr. plus materials.Check website for hours. Call to sign up in advance.

Classes and Workshops: Jewelry, Mosaics, Raku, Bronze, Dolls, Ornaments, Punched Tin, Chairs and More. Call to sign up in advance.

Private Parties: The Studio will host your special party to celebrate a birthday, throw a shower, get together for a Girls Night Out and more. Includes refreshments and making stuff! Call to plan your party details.

More Info: Call Lindy Hirst at 350-8259 or go to www.hirststudio.com and check the calendar page.

Live Models in Albuquerque

The following locations offer weekly live modeling sessions. Prices range from $6-$10 per session. Call for details.

The Artist Studio, Marilyn Drake, 400-2571
Harwood Art Center, 242-6367
New Mexico Art League, 293-5034
Cooper Art Center, 266-2781
3rd Street Arts, Russ Riekeman, 306-0535


Albuquerque Music Association

Monthly Workshops

Free monthly workshops to educate and empower musicians and composers from all genres. Presented by industry pros on a variety of topics.
When: First Monday of every month at 7 p.m.
Where: The Cell, 700 1st St. NW
More info: www.abqmusicassociation.com or email [email protected]

Albuquerque Songwriters Series

Monthly Showcase

Presented by the City's Music Office. Each event features a changing lineup of local songwriters. The goal is to showcase songwriters from all genres by presenting an evening of exploring song craft.
When: First Thursday of the month, 7p.m.
Where: New Location beginning February 7, 2008, Slate Street Cafe Wine Loft, 515 Slate NW (north of Lomas between 5th and 6th).
Admission: Free
More Info: 771-3166 or email [email protected]
or go to www.cabq.gov/music

Albuquerque Swing and Country Dance Club

Bi-Monthly Dance Parties

When: Second and fourth Saturdays, 7 - 10:30 p.m.
Where: ABQ Square Dance Club, 4915 Hawkins NE
Admission: $5 members, $7 non-members. Lessons and refreshments included.
More Info and to Verify Schedule: Call 299-3737 or email [email protected] or go to www.nmdance.com

Art Trading Cards Group

When: Group meets second Saturday of the month, 10 a.m.-noon
Where: Rhonda's Creative Craft Center, 8214 2nd St. NW
What: Art cards are miniature works of art (2 1/2" X 3 1/2") that artists create and trade with other artists.
More Info: Call 604-4968. For more on art trading cards, go to www.artist-trading-cards.ch or www.atcquarterly.com

The Cauldron

Monthly Salon

The Cauldron is a monthly salon devoted to improvised music, dance, theater and the spoken word. Must sign up in advance.
When: First Friday of the month, 7-9 p.m.
Where: Harwood Art Center, 1114 7th St. NW
Requested Donation: $10
More Info: Call 897-5057

Club Culturale Italiano

Monthly Meeting

When: Second Tuesday of the month, 7-9 p.m.
Where: Lt. William Sibrava Substation, 10401 Holly NE, Albuquerque, NM 87122. Directions: Take Paseo del Norte to Eubank, turn east on Holly. Substation and entrance are on the left.
What: All ages and ethnicities are invited, including families and singles. Club emphasizes meeting new people and social events. Many meetings host guest speakers. New ideas always welcome.
More Info: Call Darlene at 828-2903 or Rosalba at 891-8456

"Drop In" Dance Classes

Social Dance, including cha cha, west coast swing, waltz, night club 2-step and many more

When: Classes every Wednesday 6:30-8 p.m. Free social dance at 8 p.m.
Where: Cowboys, SE corner of Montgomery and Eubank NE
What: Instruction level and dance change monthly. Pay as you go.
Schedule & Fees: Call 299-3737 or email [email protected]

Argentine Tango Classes & Milonga

When: 7 p.m. intermediate, 7:45 p.m. beginner, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Milonga (dance)
Where: Lloyd Shaw Dance Center, 5506 Coal SE
Who: All levels.
Fee: $4 entire evening.
More Info: Call 293-5343

First Friday Art Openings and ArtsCrawl

Bi-Monthly Gallery Tour

Albuquerque's self-guided gallery tour happens every First Friday of the month. On the third Friday of the month, a neighborhood ArtsCrawl takes place at varying locations.
More Info and Schedule: www.ArtscrawlAbq.org

Friends of Film, Video and Arts Foundation

Monthly Meeting and Collaboration

Members are independent filmmakers, artists and community supporters. Prospective members welcome.
When: Third Sunday of the month at 3:30 p.m.
Fee: Members free, $5-$10 non-member donation
Where: Harwood Art Center, 1114 7th St. NW
More Info and Schedule: Contact Anne Stirling, 897-2101 or email [email protected] or go to www.filmvideoarts.org

MAP 21

MAP21 is a youth organization that publishes a monthly zine featuring poetry, lyrics, short stories and original art. The group also holds a monthly meeting and open mic event with live music, poetry, dance and film.
Monthly Meeting and Open Mic: Second Sunday
Where: The Cell Theatre, 700 1st St. NW
More Info: Call 766-9412

New Mexico Woodturners

Monthly Meeting and Workshop

Monthly meetings and workshop for members and guests. All welcome. Purpose is to educate and share woodturning information and skills for all levels.
When: First Saturday of each month at 9 a.m.
Where: Woodworkers Supply of Albuquerque, I-25 East Frontage Road, just north of Alameda
More Info: Go to www.nmwoodturners.org

One Heartbeat Rhythm Circle

Intergenerational Music Making Experience

When: Third Friday of every month
Where: Fridays at Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center, Rm. 4, 501 Elizabeth SE (behind Costco)
Admission: $8 adults, $6 seniors 65+/teens, $4 ages 8-12. Children must be accompanied by a participating adult.
More Info and To Register: Call 332-2141 or go to www.circles4drumming.com

Pastel Society of New Mexico

Monthly Meeting

When: Second Saturday, 10 a.m.
Where: Albuquerque Museum in Old Town
What: Each month a different professional artist demonstrates a particular technique or approach to painting with soft pastels.
More Info: Email Diana Stauffer at [email protected]

Rainbow Artists

A Women's Art Collective

Monthly Meeting

When: Third Monday, 6:45 p.m.
Where: Cesar Chavez Community Center, Kathyrn just east of Louisiana.
More Info: Call Thora Guinn at 842-6196 during the day.

Rio Grande Woodcarvers

Monthly Meeting
When: Tuesday evenings, 6-9 p.m.
Where: Hoffmantown Church, Harper and Ventura NE, Building D
Features: Research library and instruction for beginners.
More Info: Call Dan Moss, 292-7401.

Show Off or Shut Up!

Monthly Talent Show

Emerging talent show off their stuff: dance, music, installation art, improv and more.
When: Second Sunday of the month at 7 p.m.
Where: N4th Gallery, 4904 4th St. NW
More Info: 345-2872 or www.vsartsnm.org

SouthWest Writers

Meetings, Classes, Free Workshops and Monthly Writing Contest
If you're a writer, or aspire to be, SouthWest Writers is the group to contact for help and encouragement. Whether your interest is poetry, sci-fi, novels, short stories, memoirs, romance, mystery, writing for children, playwriting - you get the idea - SWWriters can direct you to a group of like-minded writers. Group also sponsors a monthly writing contest with prizes.
More Info: Email [email protected] or call 265-9485 or go to www.southwestwriters.com

Storytellers of New Mexico

Monthly Workshop or Presentation and Story Swap
When: Third Sunday of every month, 2-4 p.m.
Where: Title Wave Book Store, 1408 Eubank Blvd. NE at Constitution
Admission: Free. For all interested in storytelling.
More Info: 890-7075

Tamarind Institute

Monthly Tours
What: Tours of this world famous lithography workshop include the history of the institute, a video on the lithographic process and a tour of the press rooms to watch prints being editioned.

When: First Friday of the month at 1:30 p.m.
Where: Tamarind Institute, 108 Cornell SE just south of the Frontier Restaurant
More Info and Tour Reservations: 277-3901

Valencia Wood Whackers

When: Thursdays, 1-3 p.m.
Where: Los Lunas Senior Center, NM Hwy 6 one mile east of I-25.
Who: Carvers and carvers-to-be. Materials available for newbies to find out if carving's for you!
More Info: Email Rick Schneck at [email protected]


ABQ Local DanceNews

An email newsletter containing dance-related news, including regularly scheduled and special events, classes and workshops.
More Info and To Sign Up: Email Susan Kellogg at [email protected]

Collector's Guide Online Calendar

A great place find things to do throughout New Mexico and to publicize your events for free.
Find Events: www.collectorsguide.com

Send Press Releases: Email to [email protected] or submit your arts events using a form on the website's calendar page at www.collectorsguide.com/calendar

TechSoup - A Technological Resource for Non-Profits

TechSoup, found at www.techsoup.org, bills itself as "The Technology Place for Non-Profits." On the site you will find a wealth of technological information (in lay terms) and resources for non-profits. In addition to articles and discussion groups, non-profits can purchase a wide variety of hardware and software for just an administrative fee - thanks to donations to TechSoup by technology companies. You can also get the weekly newsletter, "By the Cup." See a sample issue and sign up by clicking on the home page link, "TechSoup Delivered."

The Theater Salon

Weekly e-newsletter for the performance community announcing auditions, casting calls, performances, crew calls, training and funding opportunities and more. Covers New Mexico and the Southwest. Also a website.
More Info: Stefany Burrowes at (505) 474-3752 or [email protected]
To subscribe: Go to www.theatersalon.com


Weekly supplement to albuquerqueARTS Magazine. Contains happenings and opportunities in the arts.

To Subscribe: Go to www.abqarts.com - Scroll down to "Get undergroundARTS"


The Blea Building

530 Jefferson NE (at Lomas)

Studio Space for Rent
Various sized studio space with ample off-street free parking.
More Info: Call Lisa at 232-9494 between 9 a.m. - 1 p.m., M-F


1523 5th St. NW (at Bellamah)

Studio Space for Rent
Also accepting inquiries about showing and selling work in this new gallery.
More Info: Call Jan Jackson at 821-3095

Factory on 5th Art Space

1715 5th St. NW

Studio Space for Rent
Rental Rate: $200/month and up. Includes parking, free internet access, utilities and 24-hour access.
More Info: Call Jerry at 463-5824. Also visit www.factoryon5.com

Historic Adobe Building in Bernalillo

For Rent to Artist or Arts Organization
Two story, newly renovated. Located on Main Street. 2,400 sq.ft. Commercial/residential use.
More Info: Call 771-0590 or email [email protected]

Maple Street Dance Space

111 Maple St. SE

Rental Space for Shows and Classes
More Info and Rates: Call 366-4982

North Fourth Arts Center

4904 4th St. NW

Studios and Classrooms for Rent
What: Rooms for community use for arts and education-related activities.
Fees: Negotiable
More Info: Call 345-2872, Ext. 11.

Orpheum Arts Space

500 2nd St. SW #21

Rental Space
Suitable for performing arts, rehearsals, dances, meetings, conferences. Seating capacity: 50
More Info: Call 715-2602 or email [email protected]

3rd Street Artspace

711 3rd St. SW

Rental and Exhibit Space
Renovated house with 30X30 open space with hardwood floors. Suitable for rehearsals, dances, meetings etc.
More Info and Rates: Call Robin at 604-3072
or Russ at 306-0535 or email [email protected]

Artist Studios For Rent

Artist Studios For Rent
Where: Central, two blocks west of University
Rent: $175-$350, includes 24 hour access, central heat and refrigerated air, wifi, reception area, restrooms, parking, communal kitchenette, classroom, mini-show space and more.
More Info: Call Paula Manning-Lewis at 259-6320.


Call for a brochure or visit each group's website for a complete list of season performances.

Adobe Theater: 898-9222 or www.adobetheater.com

Albuquerque Chamber Soloists: 255-8468 or www.abqcs.org

Albuquerque Little Theatre: 242-4750 or www.albuquerquelittletheatre.org

Chamber Music Albuquerque: 268-1190 or www.cma-abq.org

East Mountain Artist Series: 281-4648 or www.EMASeries.org

Fusion Theatre Company: 766-9412 or www.fusionabq.org

Música Antigua: 842-9612 or [email protected]

New Mexico Symphony Orchestra: 881-8999 or www.nmso.org

Placitas Artist Series: 867-8080 or www.PlacitasArts.org



If you'd like to list your group's website and phone number, email the info to judy@abqarts.org


Compiled by the Arts Alliance, "Something To Do" is a lisiting of current auditions and calls, performances, exhibits, events, workshops and classes in the Albuquerque Metro area.


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