N4th Theater

West End Productions presents

Travels with my Aunt

by Graham Greene
adapted by Giles Havergal
directed by Cy and Jane Hoffman

March 1 - 17, 2019
Fridays & Saturdays at 7:30pm;
Sundays at 2pm

A cast of four actors play 24 characters in a stage adaptation of Graham Greene’s novel about retired bank worker Henry Pulling and his eccentric Aunt Augusta.

$22 in advance online; $25 at the door; $20 TLC, Students & Seniors

Tickets & info: www.westendproductions.org

AMP Concerts presents


March 21, 2019
Thursday at 1pm (Doors open 12pm)

Unique blending of new and old world vaudevillian antics with theater and circus constructs a new universe of laughter and magic for all ages. Part of Tricklock Company's 2019 Revolutions International Theatre (and Music!) Festival.

Free – limited seating

Reservations required

Cardboard Playhouse Theatre Company Presents

Disney's Alice in Wonderland Jr.

March 22-24 & 29-30, 2019

Fridays at 7pm; Saturday March 23 at 2pm & 6pm; Sunday March 24 at 2pm; Saturday March 30 at 2pm

A fast-paced take on the classic tale featuring updated songs from Disney's animated motion picture.

Tickets: $12 general admission

Info & Tickets: http://www.cardboard-playhouse.org

N4th Gallery

The Road Ahead

January 21 - March 29, 2019
First Friday / ARTScrawl reception
February 1, 2019, 5 - 7pm

A national traveling exhibition merging the artists and interests of nine centers across the U.S. serving artists with disabilities as it travels for two years, stopping in nine cities.

>>More info

Contacting Arts Adventures

The Arts Adventures Program has changed location and is now located at The Mountain Dojo.

For info: www.themountaindojo.com
Or email: stefgraner@gmail.com



N4th crochet artist Lynette Colhoff & other images of The Art Shop

N4th crochet artist Lynette Colhoff & other images of The Art Shop

New @ N4th

The Art Shop

North Fourth Art Center announces the Art Shop, a brand new space in a familiar place to buy handcrafted gifts by N4th Artists year round. Along with the new shop is a new class that meets weekly for N4th entrepreneurs interested in retail. The Art Shop is open during N4th program hours with plans to stay open on evenings for N4th Theater goers beginning this spring —so watch for The Art Shop Grand Opening!

LtoR: Rudy Via with submissions for All About Art at MossRehab; Sarah Wilson presenting her painting to Sen. Tom Udall

LtoR: Rudy Via with submissions for All About Art at MossRehab; Sarah Wilson presenting her painting to Sen. Tom Udall

Making an Impression


Two artists working at North Fourth Art Center are making impressive strides toward a goal of artists everywhere –recognition for their art.

Rudy Via is that rare breed of artist who enjoys promoting his work. He is an accomplished Career Artist at North Fourth Art Center and has been taking art classes since 2008. Last March, two of his acrylic paintings were selected for All About Art, a juried exhibition and art sale annually presented by Moss Rehab in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania.

All About Art focuses on work by artists with disabilities and is open to a wide range of media. The 2018 exhibition was on view from April 12, through May 30, with a link for online sales of the artwork through June 4. However, those interested in buying Rudy’s paintings in Pennsylvania will have to come to New Mexico, since both of his paintings in All About Art were quickly sold.

Sarah Wilson began developing as a Career Artist at North Fourth Art Center under teacher Tom Brejcha and and has been taking classes since 2011. In April, Sarah was one of five individuals with Down Syndrome and their parents selected to attend the Disability Policy Seminar in Washington DC. The trip was sponsored by The Arc Down Syndrome New Mexico Fund through the National Arc, advocates for the critical issues facing people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD).

Sarah brought along some of her bird paintings on her trip to Washington DC, and was able to present them to several legislators from New Mexico, including Senators Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich, and Representatives Michelle Lujan Grisham and Ben Ray Lujan. Sarah’s ability as an artist is in itself a powerful advocate for both New Mexico and the I/DD community.


Need a space for classes, meetings, rehearsals, or parties?

We'd like to help. We welcome community members to our facilities for arts and education-related activities. Our rental fees are negotiable. We have six studios and classrooms ranging in size from 20' x 13' to 30' x 30'. All rooms are wheelchair-accessible and available for community use. We are an ever-expanding resource for the community! Contact us today! 505-345-2872 ext. 26