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Permanent Exhibit
Albuquerque NM
Hispanidad: Selections from the Permanent Collection
Ongoing exhibition which highlights recent acquisitions from the Center's growing art collection. Features important objects from the 1930s to the present by artists from New Mexico and throughout the nation. Open Tue-Sun 10am-5pm.
National Hispanic Cultural Center
1701 Fourth Street SW
Wed, Oct 12 '11
Albuquerque NM
Olga Cerpa & Mestisay
Olga Cerpa and Mestisay present "Romantico", an original program of 20th Century boleros from Spain and Latin America as well as Portuguese fado. The group will perform songs from their new album "Pequeno fado y otras canciones de amor."
National Hispanic Cultural Center
1701 Fourth Street SW
Fri, Feb 16 '18
Thru Nov 11 '18
Albuquerque NM
La Ultima Exhibición
The National Hispanic Cultural Center (NHCC) Art Museum will hold an opening reception February 16, 2018, 5:30-7:30 pm, for La Ultima Exhibición, curated by Augustine Romero and organized around the visual interpretations of Rudolfo Anaya's acclaimed book, Bless Me, Ultima (1972)--a portrait of life in rural New Mexico as seen through the eyes of a young boy during World War II. Anaya tells of the spiritual healer, Ultima, as she guides young Antonio on a magical and moral journey in this novel that has inspired artists for decades.
National Hispanic Cultural Center
1701 Fourth Street SW

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