I suppose that relatively staid public institutions like the Albuquerque Museum of Art & History cannot bounce across our rooftops announcing that they have hit a home run, but in the case of “Gods and Heroes: Masterpieces from the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris” maybe they should.
‘Only in Albuquerque’ includes contemporary, historical distinctions
Bernalillo County Cultural Services and the Southwest Women’s Law Center are calling for women artists residing in New Mexico to be featured in an upcoming exhibit “Unconfined: Empowering Women through Art.”
New Mexico’s fissures and shadows kindle cues for Michael Hurd’s ever-shifting moods.
Rio Rancho art installation displays various shapes depending on time of year, day
Fifty years. That’s the milestone the ABQ Ride’s Luminaria Tour is celebrating this year.
Edward Ranney’s photographs focus on ancient sites revealing the shadows of human footprints.
Rio Rancho’s signature holiday event is today.
Artist: Work is intended to be ‘provocative’
Keith Grosbeck doesn’t sit down much.
It’s been 10 years of celebration for the Festival of Lights.
Leader helped guide organization through challenging times