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Cultural Services

Information about Cultural Services in Albuquerque.

Enjoy Albuquerque's unique cultural events and attractions. Concerts and dancing, museums and wildlife, fireworks and holiday lights, parades, demonstrations, and more.

Resources for Families

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Being stuck at home doesn’t mean we can’t stay active and learn new skills. Our local organizations are stepping up with lots of at-home activities to keep your family engaged, learning and having fun! Click the image to find this week's list.

Resources for Educators

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Educators: need help finding resources? Every week, we gather our top picks for locally produced educational resources focused on art, science, STEM and more. Click the image to find this week's list.

Paid Summer Internships

City Seeks Future Leaders in Arts and Culture for Mayor's Creative Youth Corps. (News Release - May 6, 2020)
 

Virtual Cultural Experiences

Albuquerque Creatives who have received Creative Economy Relief Funds have submitted their DIY Video Media  and now the public can enjoy the final products. Experience the creative efforts of our local talent. Dance, learn and be entertained. 
Listen to Playlists and Watch videos.

Creative Economy Relief 

Mayor Tim Keller and the Cultural Services Department believe in Albuquerque's Creative Economy and are ready to activate opportunities for arts organizations and local creatives to help sustain the creative ecosystem in our community. (News Release – April 7, 2020)

Keep an eye on Public Access 27 to watch content produced by Albuquerque's Creative Economy. 
Deadlines for Creative Economy Relief Applications have closed. 

Creative Quarantine
In order to stay connected with creatives and to provide artists with a connection to the community, CSD invites artists, creatives, and makers to check in and introduce themselves (via video) and report on what they are currently working on, how they are staying creative during a time of uncertainty, how access to resources may have changed, etc. Videos should be 5 minutes or less and can be uploaded to Dropbox.
These compilation videos will be distributed through other digital platforms, such as ABQtodo.com, during weekly social engagement roundups. While this effort does not come with a monetary investment, it is a unique in-kind opportunity to connect with diverse audiences.
(Creative Quarantine Dropbox - Deadline: Saturday, May 30)

DIY Video Tips on Phones and Tablets

Questions can be emailed to [email protected].

Facilities & Attractions

ABQ BioPark

The ABQ BioPark is New Mexico's most visited destination.
Aquarium | Botanic Garden | Tingley Beach | Zoo

Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Library System

Our libraries are a favorite spot here in Albuquerque with many events to support them.
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Albuquerque Museum

Always popular, the museum chronicles over 600 years of our City's history under its roof.
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Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum

Experience the history, science, sport, and art of ballooning and other innovative forms of flight.
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Historic Old Town

Old Town's history in Albuquerque is long and storied with new fun on the horizon.
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KiMo Theatre

The iconic KiMo Theatre offers a unique venue for quality entertainment in Downtown Albuquerque.
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South Broadway Cultural Center

This Center features a Theater, Multi-Purpose Room, Art Gallery and Library, and is a complete multicultural center.
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Explora

Albuquerque's most interactive children's museum. Explora has a unique public partnership with the City of Albuquerque.
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Services

Event Permitting

Information about obtaining a City of Albuquerque event permit.
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GOV TV 16

GOV-TV is the local government access cable television channel in Albuquerque and Bernalillo County. Live stream.
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Public Art Urban Enhancement Division

Albuquerque has one of the oldest Public Art programs in the country.

Annual Reports to the Community

A report of the progress made at cultural facilities and attractions.

Transparency Information

Attendance, cost of services, materials borrowed and other data.
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2013 NEA Our Town Grant Program

Information and updates about the Grant Program.
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Partnership Proposal

Partner with the Cultural Services Department on an event or program.
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Upcoming Events

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