Save on Globalquerque Tickets 2014

August 3, 2014 by  
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September still feels like a long way away, but you’ll save big if you plan ahead and buy your Globalquerque tickets in advance of the show.

Discounted advance tickets are already on sale for ¡Globalquerque! – Albuquerque’s annual celebration of world music and culture. The Globalquerque 2014 event  takes place on September 19-20 at the National Hispanic Cultural Center, with performers including the fantastic Guatemala’s Gaby Moreno. Other acts in the line-up include Cuba’s Afro-Cuban All Stars, Calypso Rose with Kobo Town from Trinidad & Tobago, China’s Liu Fang, and America’s own Los Texmaniacs.

You’ll save yourself money if you plan ahead and buy advance Globalquerque tickets rather than waiting to buy on the door. For example, an advance adult 2-day pass costs $59 — a savings of $10 off the day of show price! An adult one day tickets saves $5  in advance, and advance children’s tickets save $2 for one day and $5 for the 2-day pass.

You can buy the advance Globalquerque tickets online, but expect to pay a service charge of $3.50 per ticket. The much cheaper option is to buy tickets at the National Hispanic Cultural Center box office (1701 4th Street SW) with no service charge. Or call the NHCC Box Office on (505) 724-4771 and you’ll also avoid paying ticketing fees.

If you can’t afford to buy Globalquerque tickets at all, or just plain don’t want to pay up for the festival, there will be a free Global Fiesta day on September 20 with family-friendly entertainment and activities.  It’s not really the same as seeing all those fabulous concerts, but it’s still a great day of music and dance.

I’ll keep you posted on the free Global Fiesta day nearer the time, so if you’re not a subscriber remember to Subscribe FREE to Albuquerque on the Cheap by RSS or email. You’ll receive updates in a handy email digest, listing all the new deal posts from the past 24 hours. No new deals that day… no email.

–Tania


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Save on Globalquerque Tickets

August 15, 2013 by  
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September still feels like a long way away, but you’ll save big if you plan ahead and buy your Globalquerque tickets in advance of the show.

Discounted advance tickets are already on sale for ¡Globalquerque! – Albuquerque’s annual celebration of world music and culture. The Globalquerque 2013 event  takes place on September 20-21 at the National Hispanic Cultural Center, with performers including the fantastic Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars. Other acts in the line-up include Kinky from Mexico, Rhythm of Rajasthan from India, Ireland’s Solas, and America’s own Poncho Sánchez.

You’ll save yourself money if you plan ahead and buy advance Globalquerque tickets rather than waiting to buy on the door. For example, an advance adult 2-day pass costs $54 — a savings of $10 off the day of show price! An adult one day tickets saves $5  in advance, and advance children’s tickets save $2 for one day and $5 for the 2-day pass.

You can buy the advance Globalquerque tickets online, but expect to pay a service charge of $3.50 per ticket. The much cheaper option is to buy tickets at the National Hispanic Cultural Center box office (1701 4th Street SW) with no service charge. Or call the NHCC Box Office on (505) 724-4771 and you’ll also avoid paying ticketing fees.

If you can’t afford to buy Globalquerque tickets at all, or just plain don’t want to pay up for the festival, there will be a free Global Fiesta day on September 21 with family-friendly entertainment and activities.  It’s not really the same as seeing all those fabulous concerts, but it’s still a great day of music and dance.

I’ll keep you posted on the free Global Fiesta day nearer the time, so if you’re not a subscriber remember to Subscribe FREE to Albuquerque on the Cheap by RSS or email. You’ll receive updates in a handy email digest, listing all the new deal posts from the past 24 hours. No new deals that day… no email.

–Tania

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Albuquerque Philharmonic Free Spring Concert: May 19

May 14, 2013 by  
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Thanks to the Albuquerque Philharmonic Orchestra, we have the chance to hear wonderful classical music by accomplished musicians – not even on the cheap, but totally free!

Music-lovers can hear the Albuquerque Philharmonic Orchestra in a free concert at The National Hispanic Cultural Center this weekend, on Sunday May 19, 2013, at  2 pm.

The program is Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini with Michael Bowen performing as piano soloist,  followed by Anton Bruckner’s Symphony #8. I don’t know Bruckner’s 8th symphony, but Jane at the Albuquerque Philharmonic describes it as “monumental.” That’s good enough for me!

The conductor is David Felberg – he’s the assistant director of the UNM Symphony Orchestra, has also conducted the New Mexico Symphony, and he’s performed with just about every New Mexico orchestra worth mentioning.

While the concert is free to all, with no advance ticket required, they do of course accept donations :-)

The free Albuquerque Philharmonic Orchestra concert takes place at the National Hispanic Cultural Center, 1701 4th Street SW.

–Tania

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Women & Creativity 2013 Events

February 26, 2013 by  
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Viva Women and Creativity!  There’s a bunch of great free and cheap stuff going on throughout March as part of the Women & Creativity 2013 event organized by the National Hispanic Cultural Center and the Harwood Art Center.

Albuquerque Women & Creativity 2013 events run until March 31, and are held in various locations. Some require advance reservations or have maximum attendance numbers. Highlights include:

  • Free Opening Reception with live music to kick off the month’s celebrations, on Friday March 1 from 6 – 8 pm at Harwood Art Center, 1114 7th Street NW.
  • Yoga Trip: Journey With the Heart on March 2 and March 30, both at 8:30 am. A morning yoga workshop to balance your chakras and connect to your creative intentions. By donation ($3 – $10 suggested) at the National Hispanic Cultural Center.
  • Free Sing-Along Classes on Tuesdays in March from 6:30 pm – 8 pm. Cantando La Cultura is led by New Mexico musicians to teach the history and music of traditional New Mexican and Latin American songs. At the National Hispanic Cultural Center on Tuesdays March 5, 12, 19, and 26.
  • Happy Arte Hour on March 7, making small wood collage vignettes in this free workshop for adults from 5:30 – 7:30 pm at the National Hispanic Cultural Center. Although it’s free, they encourage donations and reservations, and you’ll be able to refresh yourself at the cash bar with tapas for sale!
  • Free Films on Fridays at noon, at UNM Women’s Resource Center, screening films made by and about women and girls, on March 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29.
  • Tin Collage Workshop on March 18 from 5:30 – 7 pm, including a short lecture on upcycled art, then make your own recycled art with supplies provided. Register in advance as they have a limit of 20 people, at Harwood Art Center.
  • Four Poets Respond on March 16 at 7 pm, featuring Jasmine Cuffee, Valerie Martínez, Shelle Sánchez, and my talented friend Jamie Figueroa in a performance of Four Poets, Two Rivers, One Water. The event (by donation) is at the National Hispanic Cultural Center.
  • You can also join in from home with Play Along projects. Sign up for Write & Share by February 28, for the decorated trading card exchange by March 15 (they provide the cards), or join the resolution to commit ten acts of creativity in March. Come on – get inspired!

This is just a tiny sampling of all the events, performances, and exhibitions.

Check out the complete Women & Creativity schedule for 2013 to see all the options for each week, full details on times and locations, and any registration requirements.

–Tania
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Free Horacio Franco Concert: December 4

December 2, 2012 by  
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Hear Mexican flautist Horacio Franco free in concert this Tuesday December 4, 2012.

Virtuoso flautist Horacio Franco is one of Mexico’s most successful classical musicians, performing with leading international orchestras and at venues all over the world from Carnegie Hall to the Berliner Philharmonic Hall and Tzavta Hall in Tel Aviv. (Bet he notches up the Frequent Flyer miles.)

He’s apparently performed for the late Queen Mother of England, so you’ll be in good company if you go to his free concert this week, presented by The Mexican Consulate in Albuquerque at the National Hispanic Cultural Center. The Horacio Franco free concert is on Tuesday December 4 at 7:30 pm in the Bank of America Theatre, and tickets are available from the box office one hour before the recital.

Apparently Franco likes to make his music eclectic and accessible to all ages and music-lovers, so he’ll be performing Bach, traditional Mexican music, and works by contemporary composers too.

  • When: Tuesday December 4, 2012
  • Time: 7:30 pm with tickets available from 6:30 pm
  • Where: Bank of America Theatre at the National Hispanic Cultural Center
  • Admission: Free

The National Hispanic Cultural Center is located at 1701 4th Street SW, Albuquerque.

–Tania. Thanks to Linda at the Albuquerque Theatre Guild for telling me about this free concert!

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Free Día de los Muertos Sandra Cisneros Event: November 2

October 31, 2012 by  
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Hear the fabulous Sandra Cisneros, in a free event to celebrate Día de los Muertos – book your free tickets in advance or turn up on the door to try your luck at any remaining seats.

Sandra Cisneros is the author of The House On Mango Street, a book I loved and read again and again. Her new book, with artist Ester Hernández, is Have You Seen Marie?

See both Cisneros and Hernández at the Sandra Cisneros event on Friday November 2, 2012, at 7:30 pm in the National Hispanic Cultural Center’s Bank of America Theatre, where they’ll read from and discuss their new book.

Although tickets are free, an email from the NHCC recommends booking tickets in advance, by 5 pm on November 1, then collect them from the Box Office between 6:30 and 7 pm on Friday. Any tickets unclaimed by 7 pm will be released to the public, so if you didn’t reserve yours, you can just try your luck on the night.

To reserve tickets, call (505) 246-2261, extension 189. Or email for tickets to this email address, a maximum of 6 tickets per person.

Before the reading you can also join the free Día de los Muertos Altares Despedida community gathering from 5:30 – 7:30 pm in the Pete V. Domenici Education Center Ballroom, to remember loved ones with offerings, and celebrate with music, poetry and chocolate.

The NHCC Art Museum will also be open before and after the presentation to see works by Hernández and the exhibits in A Room of Her Own: My Mother’s Altar.

The National Hispanic Cultural Center is located at 1701 4th Street SW, Albuquerque.

–Tania

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Free and Cheap Things To Do In Albuquerque This Weekend

October 5, 2012 by  
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It’s Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta time (hurrah!) but there are plenty of free Albuquerque events this weekend too.  We’ve mentioned some of them before, but if you’re looking for free entertainment, free things to do with the kids, or other easy-on-the-budget ways to spend the weekend, here are our top picks of free and cheap places to go and things to do on October 6 and 7, 2012. 

Saturday October 6

Free Home Depot workshop for kids aged 5 – 12 from 9 am to noon to make a Fire Truck. (From 10-11 am parents can also join a free fire-safety workshop to make a fire prevention plan for the home.)

Big Top Chocolate Festival at the Balloon Museum from 7 am to 4 pm. Get 40% Off Adult Tickets making them $6 each when you buy tickets online in advance using the promo code Chocolate – the discount only works on adult one-day tickets.  Otherwise, admission is $10 for adults (aged 13+), $1 for kids aged 4-12, and free for tots aged 3 and under. This includes entry to the Balloon Museum where there will also be live entertainment, and parking is free from 10 am – 2 pm, outside the busy Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta hours.  If you pay on the door take cash – they’ll add a $2 per ticket fee to any credit card payments.

Kirkland’s Grand Opening on Saturday and Sunday at the Coronado Center includes a free personalized design consultations with interior designer Deborah Smith from 1 – 4 pm both days. Take floor plans or photos of the rooms you’re decorating. They’ve also got some giveaways. (More info at our previous post.)

Author Karen Baldwin Meet & Greet from 12 noon to 1:30 pm at Barnes & Noble in the Coronado Center. I have to declare favoritism here, as New Mexico writer Karen Baldwin wrote her wonderful book Ruby’s World while taking one of my writing seminars so I know how good it is! Karen was recently appointed American Ambassador to the Rural Women’s Movement of South Africa. Go hear her read from Ruby’s World and say hi for me!

San Felipe de Neri Santero Market around Albuquerque Old Town Plaza from 9 am to 5 pm, with traditional Spanish religious arts, and music and dancing at the Gazebo. It’s all free – unless you buy something!

Albuquerque Grecian Festival offers all things Greek with live entertainment, cooking classes, Greek language classes, and (of course) food vendors. Admission is $5, or $2 for Seniors 62+, and free for kids under 12. It’s also free for police, fire, emergency, and military personnel. Find it at St George Greek Orthodox Church (308 High Street SE) on Saturday from 11 am to 11 pm, and Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm.

Galloping Grace Youth Ranch Pumpkin Patch is open through October 31. It’s a cute space and lovely for kids to play there, and admission is free from 9 am – 6:30 pm.  Find it at 4349 Irving Boulevard on Albuquerque’s Westside, on the corner of Eagle Ranch Road and Irving.

Rio Grande Arts & Crafts Festival runs all weekend. Save $1 on admission with this Rio Grande Arts & Crafts Festival coupon – regular admission is $7 for adults, free for kids aged under twelve.  Browse the arts, enjoy the entertainment, and children can create their own art in the Kids Creation Station. Hours are 9 am – 6 pm on Saturday.

Albuquerque Maize Maze with the 7-acre frog-themed corn maze is open on Saturday from 1o am – 9 pm.  Admission is $7 adults (aged 12+), $5 kids aged 3-11, and free for kids aged 2 and under. However, here’s a  50% off Albuquerque Maize Maze admission deal at $7 for two people or $14 for four people, available via Groupon till Sunday, for a maze visit through October 14.

Wagner’s Farmland Experience corn maze and pumpkin patch in Corrales costs $7.50 for adults, $5.50 for kids aged 3-11. On Saturday they open from 9 am to 10 pm, and in the evening they host a night maze with a campfire. (Sunday is 9 am to 6 pm.)

Albuquerque Gem, Mineral and Jewelry Show is free to visit this weekend, from 9 am to 5 pm both days at EXPO New Mexico Creative Arts Center.

Museums on Us program gives free admission this weekend to the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History when vistors show a Bank of America or Merrill Lynch credit card or debit card and a photo ID. The offer is also at around 150 museums nationally. The free admission is only for the card holder, but Albuquerque Museum children’s admission aged 4 – 12 is only $1, and it’s free for kids under 3.

Tinkertown Museum is open daily until October 31, then it closes for the season. Right now you can get a 50% off Tinkertown Museum deal of Family Four Pack of four admissions for $7, at the link via SweetJack. FAQ’s say they’ll email your admissions certificate within 10 minutes of purchase.  Otherwise, admission is $3.50 for adults,  $3 for seniors aged 62+, and just $1 for kids aged 4 to 16. Tots aged 3 and under get in free. Hours are 9 am – 6 pm, seven days a week, with the last admission at 5:30 pm.  But go much earlier – you need at least an hour (two!) to explore this extravaganza of folk art by the late Ross Ward, including a model circus, a miniature Wild West town that stretches the length of a room, animated wood-carved figures, and arcade-style wonders such as Esmerelda the fortune teller.  These and an amazing collection of American ephemera are housed in a rambling building constructed from over 50,000 glass bottles.  Head to the highlands and Tinkertown Museum, on the road to Sandia Crest off Highway 14 (the Turquoise Trail).

Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta 2012 You might have heard of this event 😉 The evening session starts at 5:45 pm, with the Twilight Twinkle Glow and the launch of the America’s Challenge Gas Balloon Race, followed by the fantastic fireworks!  Admission is $8, and kids aged 12 and under go free.

Free Star Party from 6 pm to 10 pm, by The Albuquerque Astronomical Society at the Albuquerque Open Space Visitor Center. Study to the heavens with the astronomers’ telescopes, get a green laser guided tour of the night sky, and hear talks on amateur astronomy and asteroids.

Poesía de México Free Performance at 7 pm at the National Hispanic Cultural Center in the Wells Fargo Auditorium. The trilingual Náhuatl, Spanish, and English production with music presents 500 years’ worth of Mexico’s best poetry. Although the event is free, reservations are recommended (505-724-4743). The production repeats on Sunday at 2:30 pm.

It’s the Zuni Pueblo Fall Festival this weekend, October 6-7,  if you’re in the mood for a day trip (about 150 miles west of Albuquerque via I-40). Expect traditional dances, a human and horse relay race, and a horseshoe tournament.

Sunday October 7

Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta The Dawn Patrol is at 5:45 am, the Krispy Kreme Morning Glow at 6:30 am, then the morning mass ascension takes to the skies at 7 am.  (Arrive good and early! Basically don’t go to bed the night before…) That’s followed by the Fiesta of Wheels Car Show. The evening session starts at 5:45 pm with the Balloon Glow, followed once again by fireworks. Admission is $8, and kids aged 12 and under go free.

Big Top Chocolate Festival at the Balloon Museum from 7 am to 4 pm. Get 40% Off Adult Tickets making them $6 each when you buy one-day adult tickets online in advance using the promo code: Chocolate.  Otherwise it’s $10 for adults (aged 13+), $1 for kids aged 4-12, and free for tots aged 3 and under.  Other details are the same as in the Saturday mention of this event, above.

Rio Grande Nature Center Nature Walks A bird walk at 8:30 am and another naturalist-led tour at 1 pm through the bosque. The walk is free, just pay the park admission fee of $3 per vehicle at 2901 Candelaria Rd NW.

Poesía de México Free Performance at 2:30 pm at the National Hispanic Cultural Center in the Wells Fargo Auditorium. Although the event is free, reservations are recommended (505-724-4743). See the Saturday show above for more details.

San Felipe de Neri Santero Market around Old Town Plaza continues, from 11 am to 5 pm on Sunday, with traditional Spanish religious arts and live entertainment. New Mexico santero Adan Carriaga gives a lecture at 12:30 pm at the San Felipe church.

A ChamberCHOPS Free Concert at 2 pm on Sunday includes Mozart’s Serenade No. 11. ChamberCHOPS is the Chamber Music Cooperative of the Southwest and while admission is free, they accept donations. The concert is at Central United Methodist Church, 201 University Boulevard NE. Find any updates on the Chamberchops Facebook page.

New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science is free to New Mexico residents on the first Sunday of every month. That means this week – Sunday October 7. Take your New Mexico ID. From 11 am – 3 pm it’s Meet The Experts Day with behind-the-scenes insights from curators and staff in the museum atrium

Rio Grande Arts & Crafts Festival continues. Save $1 on admission with this Rio Grande Arts & Crafts Festival coupon (Print one coupon per person.) Regular admission is $7 for adults, free for kids aged under twelve.   Hours are 9 am – 5 pm on Sunday and other details are as per the Saturday mention above.

Sandia Mountain Natural History Center in Cedar Crest is open to all from 9 am to 4 pm, for hiking and wildlife-spotting, and viewing the sun with solar telescopes! A presentation on Family Nature Mapping is at 10 am.  This property is usually closed to the public, you can only visit on the first Sunday of the month.

Albuquerque Maize Maze is open from 10 am to 6 pm on Sunday. See the Saturday mention above for details and how to get 50% off tickets.  

Albuquerque Museum of Art and History Free admission for all on Sundays from 9 am – 1 pm.

The National Hispanic Cultural Center Art Museum also offers free admission on Sundays, from 10 am – 5 pm

Coronado State Monument Admission is free on Sundays for New Mexico residents with ID.

Hope you find some cheap or free Albuquerque fun in there to enjoy your weekend!

–Tania. There are some affiliate links in this post.

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Smithsonian Day Free Admission to NM Museums: Sept 29

September 27, 2012 by  
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Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day gives free entry to the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History, Albuquerque’s Balloon Museum, the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum and more, saving up to $12 per person when you use the free admission coupon. I mentioned this promo day before, but here’s a reminder to print out your free tickets for Saturday, and they’ve added another couple of museums.

Two people get free admission to participating museums across the country on Saturday September 29, 2012, on Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day.   Albuquerque museums joining the party are:

  • The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History
  • Albuquerque Museum of Art & History
  • New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science
  • National Hispanic Cultural Center

You can’t just turn up and get in free. Sign up for a Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day free admission ticket and they’ll email it to you. The ticket covers two people’s admission and is only valid on Saturday September 29, 2012.

Other participating New Mexico museums are:

  • Georgia O’Keeffe Museum (Santa Fe)
  • Museum of Spanish Colonial Art (Santa Fe)
  • El Rancho de las Golondrinas (Santa Fe)
  • Bradbury Science Museum (Los Alamos)
  • Los Alamos Historical Society (Los Alamos)
  • Hubbard Museum of the American West (Ruidoso Downs)
  • Mesalands Community College’s Dinosaur Museum (Tucumcari)
  • University Museum, New Mexico State University (Las Cruces)
  • Western Heritage Museum Complex and Lea County Cowboy Hall of Fame (Hobbs)

Savvy cheapos might use their ticket for the higher cost museums – such as the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History, which usually costs $8 per adult, $7 for kids (kids aged 5 and under go free), especially as it does not have a regular free admission day. The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe costs $12 if you’re one of our visiting readers from outside New Mexico, or $6 for New Mexico resident adults.

But however you spend it, enjoy your free museum day!

–Tania

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Free Admission to New Mexico Museums: Sept 29

September 20, 2012 by  
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Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day gives free entry to the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History, Albuquerque’s Balloon Museum, the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum and more, saving up to $8 per person when you use the free admission coupon.

Two people get free admission to participating museums across the country on Saturday September 29, 2012, on Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day.   Albuquerque museums joining the party are:

  • The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History
  • Albuquerque Museum of Art & History
  • New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science
  • National Hispanic Cultural Center

You can’t just turn up and get in free. Sign up for a Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day free admission ticket and they’ll email it to you. The ticket covers two people’s admission and is only valid on Saturday September 29, 2012.

Other participating New Mexico museums are:

  • Georgia O’Keeffe Museum (Santa Fe)
  • El Rancho de las Golondrinas (Santa Fe)
  • Bradbury Science Museum (Los Alamos)
  • Hubbard Museum of the American West (Ruidoso Downs)
  • Mesalands Community College’s Dinosaur Museum (Tucumcari)
  • University Museum, New Mexico State University (Las Cruces)
  • Western Heritage Museum Complex and Lea County Cowboy Hall of Fame (Hobbs)

Savvy cheapos might use their ticket for the higher cost museums – such as the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History, which usually costs $8 per adult, $7 for kids (kids aged 5 and under go free), especially as it does not have a regular free admission day. But however you spend it, enjoy your free museum day!

–Tania

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NHCC Torreon Fresco Free Tours

June 21, 2012 by  
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National Hispanic Cultural Center Torreon Fresco photo by Albuquerque Convention & Visitors BureauThe National Hispanic Cultural Center offers free tours of the Torreón fresco on Sundays from noon to 4 pm.

I was very excited to be present at the unveiling of the magnificent NHCC Torreón fresco by Frederico Vigil in October 2010.  Even Mr Cheap was silenced with awe… although not for as long as I might have liked. :-)  It’s a beautiful piece of work, and it took Vigil nearly 10 years to complete the 4,000 square foot fresco depicting over 3,000 years of Hispanic history.

If you haven’t seen it yet, or if you want a refresher trip (because after all, how can you absorb it all in one viewing?) it’s free to tour the National Hispanic Cultural Center Torreón fresco every Sunday from noon – 4 pm. As far as I can see, the free tours run on Sundays at least through July 29, 2012.

The National Hispanic Cultural Center Art Museum also offers free admission on Sundays. It’s one of my favorites of ALL the art museums in New Mexico, and that’s saying something.  If you go on a Sunday, you save the regular $3 adult admission, or $2 for seniors. Children aged under 16 always get free admission.

The National Hispanic Cultural Center is located at 1701 4th Street SW, Albuquerque.

–Tania

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