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Art Exhibitions

Information about current and past exhibitions at the South Broadway Cultural Center art gallery.

Exhibit Your Art

Find out how to exhibit your art at the South Broadway Cultural Center art gallery and contact [email protected] 

The South Broadway Cultural Center art gallery is a light and bright inviting space for viewing the eight curated art exhibitions featured each year. With free off-street parking and free entry during SBCC hours of operation, and during special events, the art gallery is a wonderful place to visit.

Curator Augustine Romero brings the best in local art and artists to showcase Albuquerque's position as a true art mecca. Opening night receptions for the artists are free to the public, and a great opportunity to meet and mingle with these talented artists.

Regular hours of operation are Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, call (505) 764-1743.


Gallery Shows & Events 

Resilient Residency flyer

Opens Thursday, April 20 - Thursday, May 25 - Show Extended

This exhibit will showcase the work of 11 Resiliency Residency artists and opens to the public on Thursday, April 20, with a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. The artists were among 90 Albuquerque-based artists selected to receive funding to advance their artistic or cultural work as part of the City of Albuquerque’s Urban Enhancement Trust Fund (UETF) 2022 Resiliency Residency program. Artists include Brian Stinson, Juliana Coles, Eduardo Gonzales del Real, Eleuterio Santiago-Diaz, and Max Woltman. 

For more information view the News Release.

 

 

In the Camp of the Angels Flyer

Opens Thursday, April 20 - Thursday, May 25 - Show Extended

The art exhibit In The Camp of Angels of Freedom: A series of portraits painted by Arlene Goldbard opens to the public on Thursday, April 20, with a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. 

In the Camp of Angels of Freedom comes at its subject from three angles: paintings including portraits of eleven individuals whose work helped Goldbard understand and become herself; a short memoir about each person, from James Baldwin to Paulo Freire to Alice Neel to Jane Jacobs; and essays that look at the harm that's been done by privileging credential expertise and devaluing lived knowledge. 

Art enthusiasts might also be interested in this free event.

 

ellen B - SegmentsOpens Tuesday, March 7 - Saturday, April 8, 2023

The exhibition Segments is an invitation to reflect on one’s point of perspective. Both the exhibition and reception are free. It showcases the work of artists Troy Tapia, Ellen Babcock, and Paul Chandler and includes an artist reception on Thursday, March 9 from 5 to 8 p.m. 

Segments are defined as the space between two points of a line. In the case of this exhibition, the two points are the journey of an artist and one’s own personal point of perspective. Segments creates an anchor moving from self-reflection to physical location. 

 

 

 

 

SBCC - Ellis ArtworkOpens Thursday, January 19 - Saturday, February 25, 2023 

Spiritual Connections art exhibit will showcase the work of artists Robert M. Ellis, Elizabeth Fritzsche, and Alan Paine Radebaugh. The exhibition explores the significance of these artists’ connection to the land. 

It opens with an artist reception from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday, January 19 at the South Broadway Cultural Center Gallery. 

For more information view the News Release

 

 

 

Guadalupe Art Show - 2022 - 800 Opens Thursday, December 8 - Monday, December 26, 2022

A community art exhibition honoring Our Lady of Guadalupe opens at South Broadway Cultural Center on Thursday, December 8 with a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. The show features contemporary works and traditional retablos with a community altar by the Salazar family of Los Guadalupaños of St. Francis Xavier Parish. 

This year's exhibition marks the 98th year the South Broadway community has commemorated Our Lady of Guadalupe's first apparition when she introduced herself to Juan Diego as the Mother of God and the mother of all humanity when she appeared on the hill of Tepeyac in Mexico in 1531. It also marks the 28th year in its present gallery.

 

 

 

A flyer with an image of a painting of a painted skull and text Dia de los Muertos Art Exhibition November 2-26 2022 Opening Reception 5-8pm November 21025 Broadway SE 87102 505-764-1743 Visit Tuesday-Saturday from 10am-6pm. Opens Wednesday, November 2 - Saturday, November 26, 2022

A Dia De Los Muertos art exhibition featuring 50 artists, 11 offrendas, and one community offrenda opens at the South Broadway Cultural Center on Wednesday, Nov. 2 with a reception from 5 to 8 p.m. The reception and exhibition are free and open to the public. 

 

 

 

 

 

Silence Is GoldThursday, June 9 - Saturday, July 23, 2022

A new exhibition at South Broadway Cultural Center showcasing the work of six artists. Entitled Still, the exhibition shows connections of mapping time and place and lessons in isolation due to the pandemic by Carol C. Sánchez, Ben Dallas, Orlando Leyba. Leigh Anne Langwell, Bryce Hample, and Maude Andrade. 

For more information view the News Release.

 

 

 

 

SkateDeck - Peace Tree by Jacob PereaThursday, March 31 - Saturday, May 14, 2022 

The span of work featured in Synonymous takes on various stylized images that are reflection of side walk surfing and the vast influences of urban skateboarding culture. The public space becomes an impromptu park for skaters. This exhibition is a celebration of that space that includes 50 artists, some of whose work is being exhibited at the South Broadway Cultural Center for the first time. 

For more information view the News Release

 

 

 

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