ABQ Design Summit is a two-part event. We start with another installment of our popular and informative Adobe Workshop series, where you can learn the latest tips and tricks about Adobe's newest offerings and get to know the tools you use every day a little better.
We finish off the day with an inspiring keynote talk by Dallas-based e-commerce branding expert and designer Ben Jenkins, founder of OneFastBuffalo.
I'll Drink To That the Umbrella Week Edition - featuring: Spectacle Caravan, Chris Tenerowicz, Lilah Rose, Cloudface, Sparrow, Adelina Cruz, Johnny Benavidez, and MORE!
Hosted by Carlos Contreras. I'LL Drink To That is an all out, beer fueled, community-centered art experience. Immastar Productions, Sole Proprietor, Carlos Contreras presents you with show #53 in as many months! Come out to the best variety show in town.
Emerge ABQ presents the 4th annual Danger Carnival: Dinosaur Jungle, an evening showcase of art, activities, and entertainment. This fun-filled event for adults features performances, creative carnival booths, interactive art installations, food trucks, and music by DJ James Black and DJ Halcyon. Costumes encouraged. 21+
TEDxABQ 2016 will showcase 20 of New Mexico’s most captivating speakers in science, healthcare, policy, technology, art, and the way we see the world. Live talks, stirring performances, fascinating audience members, interactive experiences, and short videos will inspire you to think in new ways and take action in our community. Join us for a day of inspiration, connection, and action!
Backyard Story Night is an opportunity to share and listen to true stories told by regular (awesome) people. This story "night" will be held during the community portion of the TEDx ABQ event happening on September 17th. The community portion of TEDx is FREE & open to the public, from 10-1 on Civic Plaza.
Ever wanted to know how we went from a coding bootcamp to working for ourselves?
Want to do it too?
We learned it all on our own – and often times the hard way.
But you don’t have to.
Jay & Alonso of Hermes Development will provide you a blueprint for the next step – going from bootcamp to freelance.
The inaugural happening and launch of the art zine funded by The Fulcrum Fund, 516 Art's regional regranting program of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
MAKE. BE. LEAVE.
UNM Art Museum, UNM Photography Department and 516 ARTS are teaming up on a presentation of new photography work and closing party for PhotoSummer. From 5-6pm, photo faculty Meggan Gould, Patrick Manning, Adrienne Salinger, and Jim Stone will present alongside two UNM Photo students in a fast-paced and engaging format, giving 360 seconds for each artist to share their creative work. Then from 6-8pm, join the celebration with Tractor Brewing and live music by Cactus Tractor Trio.
City Island is a site specific installation that consists of hundreds of building/sculptures made of clay and fiber that will cover a median of University Blvd. For two days, artist Myriam Tapp will be installing sculptures that will pervade/occupy this public space. The piece deals with the idea of appropriation, public/private space, and the effect of humans on their environment.
CreativeMornings is a breakfast lecture series for the creative community. Each event is free of charge, and includes a 20 minute talk, plus coffee! Anyone can attend. Just register beforehand to reserve your spot. And if you need a little help convincing your boss to let you attend, we’ve got you covered.
Harwood invites you to celebrate our 7th Annual Social Justice Program, featuring Latent Image Collective, Erin Currierand Jane Gordon. Starting at 5:30p Jane Gordon and artists from Latent Image Collective will give the public a special tour of their respective exhibitions. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the artists and their work, hear about their thought process, inspiration behind the work, glean insight into their studio practices and ask questions.
Beat Night features the poetry of former Albuquerque Poet Laureates Hakim Bellamy and Jessica Helen Lopez at 7 p.m. Boogie to the music of Groove Time in the Amphitheater from 5:30 – 8 p.m. At 6:30, join a discussion on "Public Art in Albuquerque" with Ellen Babcock, Larry Bob Phillips, Izabelle Fernandez, and Mark Horst. Café specials, Museum store discounts, hands-on artmaking activity for all ages. FREE!
Instituto Cervantes is proud to present ¡Cine Magnífico! to the New Mexican community.
¡Cine Magnífico!'s vision is to present the newest films by and about Latinos to promote our culture through film and enrich our local art community. We showcase a diverse set of films, from award-winning to local and up-and-coming filmmakers. We also offer year round film programming.
Join New Mexico's top consortium of Health Care professionals for our bi-annual speaker series, ALL ABOUT HEAD INJURIES. NM brings one of the nation's leading research scientists on brain injuries in for this talk to talk about this subject. We invite all interested in medicine, tech, science & research to join us for this invigorating talk. #NMHealthChat
Every week, entrepreneurs present their startup companies to their communities and learn how their community can help support their business to flourish.
Come meet the local biz owners founders startups of Albuquerque drink coffee share stories and connect with resources to grow your business #redorgreen
A SPECIAL LEONARD PELTIER BIRTHDAY SCREENING CO-PRESENTED BY INDIGENOUS RIGHTS CENTER
The shocking, true story of Leonard Peltier, the American Indian leader serving a life sentence in Leavenworth Penitentiary, convicted of the alleged murder of two FBI agents during a 1975 shoot-out on the Pine Ridge Reservation. Around the world his trial and conviction have been denounced as a sham.
A full, free day of spontaneous fun for the whole family brought to you by OFFCenter Community Arts! Be in our Giant Puppet Parade at Noon or make art in our Art Making Tent. ~100 local artist vendors will be selling affordable, hand-made creations — plus five musical acts, performances and more with local food truck vendors for yummy eats!
All Access Albuquerque will bring abortion rights supporters together for a night of poetry, art, and dancing!
All Access Albuquerque will feature:
Poetry reading by winners of All Access Poetry competition
Interactive art project
And the best part is... it’s free!
All Kinds Festival brings together our city’s talented artists, musicians, performers, and makers and celebrates them. In collaboration with many venues and businesses in Downtown Albuquerque, All Kinds presents installations, hours of live music, pop-up art shows and markets, and variety shows. Hundreds of artists will be represented. Thousands will be in attendance. After all, it takes all kinds.