Albuquerque, NM - The National Hispanic Cultural Center (NHCC) announces it March 2010 line up of events and programs, which kick off the second half of its programming year from February through July, 2010.  The NHCC will be offering a mix of visual, performing and literary arts as well as educational programs for children and families.  Below is a brief listing of upcoming events for the month of March.  The public can sign up for monthly event reminders via email at

Confluencias II: Inside Arte Cubano Contemporáneo – Through May 16, 2010

NaturalMente (Community Art Exhibit) – Through May 30, 2010

¡Aquí Estamos! Selections from the Permanent Collection – Ongoing


3/6       8 pm                Salve – spoken word & music with Valerie Martinez

3/27     8 pm                The Stories of César Chávez


3/12     8 pm                El Pintor – a flamenco dance drama

3/13     8 pm                El Pintor – a flamenco dance drama


3/19     8 pm                Latin Diva Series: Maria de Barros – music of Cape Verde

Classes / Workshops / Special Events:

3/5       5:30 pm           Peña Feminina – Part of Women & Creativity 2010

3/6       10 am              La Resolana: My Penitente Land: Los Hermanos de la Luz

3/6       2 pm                Dance Workshop: Ladies Salsa Styling

3/12     5 pm                Fashion for Field Trips

3/13     9 am                Fashion for Field Trips

3/13     10 am              La Resolana: Life in Contemporary Cuba

3/13     2 pm                Dance Workshop: Creative Dance

3/20     10 am              La Resolana: The Catholic and Presbyterian Churches in NM History


3/20     2 pm                Dance Workshop: Festival Authentic Movement

3/25     7 pm                9 for 5: Nine Albuquerque Poets

2327    10 am              La Resolana: Genealogy, Family History and Hispanic Heritage

In addition to regular programming the NHCC offers Spanish classes and other Spanish-related programming in partnership with the Instituto Cervantes and Spanish Resource Center.  The NHCC also boasts a restaurant and gift shop and provides rental services for private parties and corporate events.  In 2010 the NHCC will celebrate its 10th year in operation.  We encourage the public to join our exciting and vibrant family by joining our Foundation today.
The NHCC, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, is dedicated to the promotion and preservation of Hispanic art and culture at the local, state, national, and international levels.