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Permanent Exhibit
Albuquerque NM
505-243-7255
Notable New Mexicans
Created in 2001, the Notable New Mexican program is one of two annual fundraising events of the Albuquerque Museum Foundation. The annual Notable New Mexican Gala celebrates the accomplishments of an extraordinary New Mexican. Each year the Foundation selects a Notable to be honored for their achievements, strong ties to New Mexico and contributions to the public good. - Located in the East Hallway
The Albuquerque Museum
2000 Mountain Road NW
www.cabq.gov/museum
Permanent Exhibit
Albuquerque NM
505-243-7255
Four Centuries: A History of Albuquerque
The permanent history exhibit focus is on historical maps of the southwest region of the United States, Spanish occupation, Camino Real, Hispanic life, Civil War and statehood in 1912. Hours: 9am-5pm Tuesday-Sunday; closed Mondays and City holidays. Free admission the first Wednesday of the month and every Sunday from 9am-1pm.
The Albuquerque Museum
2000 Mountain Road NW
www.cabq.gov/museum
Permanent Exhibit
Albuquerque NM
505-243-7255
The Art and History of New Mexico
Painting, sculpture, artifacts; children's and adult workshops; traveling exhibits; sculpture garden. Open Tue-Sun from 9am-5pm. Closed Mon and holidays. Museum admission: $4 Adults ($1 discount for adult New Mexico residents with valid ID), $2 Seniors (65+) and $1 Children 4-12. Children 3 and under are free. Free admission the first Wednesday of the month and every Sunday from 9am - 1pm.
The Albuquerque Museum
2000 Mountain Road NW
www.cabq.gov/museum
Permanent Exhibit
Albuquerque NM
505-243-7255
Common Ground: Art in New Mexico
A permanent art exhibition highlighting a significant amount of museum-owned works from the late 19th century to the present day, including some that have never before been viewed by the public. Hours: 9am-5pm Tuesday-Sunday; closed Mondays and City holidays. Free admission the first Wednesday of the month and every Sunday from 9am-1pm.
The Albuquerque Museum
2000 Mountain Road NW
www.cabq.gov/museum
Permanent Exhibit
Albuquerque NM
505-243-7255
Sculpture Garden
Now encompassing over 60 pieces, this primarily outdoor tour explores various themes, media, and techniques by prominent regional sculptors including Luis Jimenez, Alan Houser and Nora Naranjo-Morse among others.
The Albuquerque Museum
2000 Mountain Road NW
www.cabq.gov/museum
Permanent Exhibit
Albuquerque NM
505-243-7255
Casa San Ysidro
The Albuquerque Museum's historic Casa San Ysidro: The Gutiérrez-Minge House is located in the village of Corrales, just north of Albuquerque. The original home, built by the Gutiérrez family, dates to the 1870s. Today Casa San Ysidro also includes Alan and Shirley Minge's recreation of a 19th century rancho, complete with a small family chapel, a central plazuela and an enclosed corral area. Fall/Winter/Spring: September-November and February-May · Wednesday-Saturday: 9:30 am and 1:30 pm; Sunday: 2:00 pm Summer: June, July and August · Wednesday-Friday: 9:30 am and 1:30 pm; Saturday: 9:30 am, 10:30 am and 1:30 pm; Sunday: 2 pm
The Albuquerque Museum
Casa San Ysidro 973 Old Church Road, Corrales, NM
www.cabq.gov/museum/history/casatour.html
Tue, Jul 19 '16
Exhibition
Thru Jun 30 '17
Albuquerque NM
505-243-7255
Summer Artist-in-Residence Transforms Albuquerque Museum into Pueblo Revolt
For the last 15 years, Ortiz, of Cochiti Pueblo, has focused on the Pueblo Revolt of 1680. "It's the first American Revolution - and it's not told in classrooms," he says. "I felt it was important to tell that story because no one else is." But he does it in a way that he feels young people will relate to by envisioning a futuristic revolt set in 2180. His characters are a mix of actual historical figures, such as Po'pay, the leader of the 1680 revolt, and new characters, including Tahu, leader of the blind archers, and the Translator, who leads the army of the spirit world. The public is invited to watch Ortiz at work July 19-31 in the Albuquerque Museum lobby. His installation will be on view through June 2017.
The Albuquerque Museum
2000 Mountain Road NW
www.cabq.gov/museum
Sat, Feb 25 '17
Exhibition
Thru Aug 27 '17
Albuquerque NM
505-243-7255
Hollywood Southwest: New Mexico in Film and Television
From Billy the Kid to Breaking Bad, movies and television have portrayed and marketed our state into the present day. Over the past decade, film production in New Mexico has enjoyed a renaissance thanks to state incentives. However, film has long been a part of New Mexico's landscape, and the state's landscape and people have often been featured in film. Curated by Dr. Paul A. Hutton, professor of history at the University of New Mexico, Hollywood Southwest: New Mexico in Film and Television features three elements of New Mexico's film history: the state as a location, the state as a subject and the state's people as subjects. The exhibit design takes visitors behind the scenes on a film set. Plans include creating a green-screen experience for kids to explore what it feels like to be on a set. The original 1920s projection unit from the KiMo Theatre will also be on display. Other artifacts will include movie posters, movie clips, plus other pop-culture tie-ins, such as toys and promotional items. Hutton notes that some of the historical items they hoped to include from early films such as artifacts from such classics as Lonely are the Brave, based on Edward Abbey's classic second novel The Brave Cowboy, don't exist. "One of the challenges we've had is finding the material and convincing people to lend it to us," Hutton says. "The film industry has been a throw-away industry."
The Albuquerque Museum
2000 Mountain Road NW
www.cabq.gov/museum
Sat, Mar 25 '17
Exhibition
Thru Nov 5 '17
Albuquerque NM
505-243-7255
Spirit of Creation: Works on Paper by Native American Artists
Curated by Assistant Curator of Art Titus O'Brien, Spirit of Creation includes new acquisitions of works by internationally known artists from across North America. Whether the subject matter is culturally specific or remains more oblique, each of these artists draw particular strength and inspiration from their heritage. Like all artists, they marry tradition to populist or avant-garde attitudes, but often in a complex synthesis given particular richness and depth from indigenous contexts and perspectives. ON VIEW: March 25 - November 5, 2017 Spirit of Creation - Works on Paper by Native American Artists from the permanent collection in the Angelique + Jim Lowry Gallery.
The Albuquerque Museum
2000 Mountain Road NW
www.cabq.gov/museum

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