The Harwood Art Center is a creative center for community and the arts, located near downtown Albuquerque.
We offer adult arts classes, drawing sessions, Summer Art Camps for kids and Teens, monthly gallery receptions, live music, venue rentals, and several wonderful annual events celebrating the immense artistic talents found here in New Mexico.
Our offices and galleries (during scheduled exhibitions) are open on weekdays. Events take place in our main building (corner of Seventh Street and Mountain Road). Classes are held at our 6th Street Studio (corner of Sixth Street and Mountain Road).
Plantcraft is an inquiry into the natural environment of the Southwest. The work encompasses plant and insect dyes, hand harvested aliz (a traditional clay plaster) and botanical paintings of regional...
The Lovegomerys seek practical and impractical ways to deliberately intersect art and commerce in a critically meaningful way that they can share with the public. Starting from a juvenile perspective...
Christian Gallegos' vibrant paintings in TAXI! reflect his personal experience growing up at the intersection of the street life and art scene of New York City. The iconic yellow cab is a recurrent mo...
This exhibition presents a glimpse into Leo Neufeld's career and relationship with art. Throughout his creative journey, Neufeld's masterful skill and passion for aesthetics is evident. Whether painti...
Women & Creativity is an annual, month-long series that celebrates women's creativity across the disciplines during Women's History Month. March 2015 marks the 10th anniversary of this grassroots program.…more
As part of the "On the Map" arts initiative in Albuquerque, the public gets to visit private studios and vote on their favorite pieces of artwork during weekends throughout March.…more
It's week forty-eight of our #365DaysOfEvents campaign. This week take a tour of the Turquoise Museum, enjoy a Zinfandel Wine Tasting at Slate Street Cafe and see the matinee performance of the Beauty and the Beast Ballet.…more
It's week forty-six of our #365DaysOfEvents campaign. This week don't miss the On the Map exhibit On the Map Exhibition: 505 Project & E Unibus Pluram: A You're On TV Production at the Harwood Art Center, enjoy a Malbec wine tasting at Slate Street Cafe.…more
It's week forty-four of our #365DaysOfEvents campaign. This week head to Civic Plaza for Truckin' Tuesdays and sample great food from local food trucks, catch a screening of one of Tim Burton's films at the KiMo Theater and be a kid again at Explora.…more
It's week forty-three of our #365DaysOfEvents campaign. This week enjoy a sparkling wine tasting at Slate Street Cafe, watch the classic spanish film El Gran Calavera at the National Hispanic Cultural Center and stop by the Winter Bird and Bat Festival …more
It's week twenty-eighth of our #365DaysOfEvents campaign. This week take in a lecture at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science, cheer on the University of New Mexico Lobo Football team as they take on the Fresno State Bulldogs.…more
It's week twenty-four of our #365DaysOfEvents campaign. This week's events include cheering on the University of New Mexico's Lobo Men's Soccer team, taking a stroll through Old Town and enjoy live music at the Plaza and the Westside Summerfest. …more
Have you ever wondered who is responsible for the beautiful mosaics that decorate the Albuquerque Convention Center? Learn more about these beautiful pieces from Brendan with the Albuquerque Public Art Urban Enhancement Program. …more