Public Academy for Performing Arts Presents
November 20-21, 2014
Thursday & Friday
7pm (doors open at 6:30pm)
A collaboration between PAPA's Film & Media and Contemporary Dance Ensemble
Tickets available online
New Mexico Young Actors Present
November 22, 2014
6pm & 7:30pm
(doors open half hour before show)
A fun take on a classic tale
September 26 – November 10, 2014
November 7, 5-7pm
during First Friday
An exhibit of 2D and 3D work by artist teachers, administrative staff and volunteers of North Fourth Art Center
Arts Adventures Announces Registration for Fall 2014/Session 2
Registration is now open for the November 7-8 through December 19-20 session of Arts Adventures
Deadline to register is October 31
Save That Date!
North Fourth Holiday Stop & Shop
December 6, 2014
At North Fourth Art Center and numerous business locations along 4th Street NW
Info: www.holidaystopandshop.com / 505-345-3669
VSA is an international nonprofit organization founded more than 35 years ago by Ambassador Jean Kennedy Smith to create a society where people with disabilities learn through, participate in, and enjoy the arts.
VSA and its name have evolved since the organization was founded. The organization was and continues to be a pioneer in the field of arts and disability. VSA has played a significant role over the years in changing society’s attitudes toward people with disabilities. VSA works with affiliated organizations nationally and in 51 countries worldwide.
North Fourth Art Center sign funded by Century Sign Builders; Richard Towne; New Mexico Tourism Department
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Unless indicated otherwise, all exhibitions and events will take place at N4th Gallery and N4th Theater in the North Fourth Art Center located at 4904 Fourth Street NW in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
North Fourth Art Center Art Exhibit
September 26 – November 10, 2014
4904 4th Street NW, Albq NM 87107
November 7, 2014,
N4th Gallery is pleased to present an exhibit of artwork by artist-teachers, administrative staff and volunteers of North Fourth Art Center. The exhibit runs September 26, through November 10, 2014, with a reception for the artists from 5pm to 7pm on Friday, October 3, 2014, during the first Friday ARTSCrawl.
in•struct provides a glimpse into the artistic inspirations and working methods of the talented people who form the backbone of an organization that has served Albuquerque’s arts and disability community for over 30 years. The exhibition is an artful mix of 2D and 3D work in a surprisingly wide range of media—from the fabric art forms of an “interactive” sculpture, an embroidered “painting” and a woven wall hanging, to prints produced using woodcut, monotype and intaglio techniques. The exhibit also includes oil, acrylic and watercolor paintings, photography and works in ceramics, colored pencil and mixed media.
In an interesting role reversal related to the exhibit’s title, in•struct was curated by Jessica Pinto and Phillip With, students in VSA’s Exploratory Arts and Day Arts programs. These core programs for adults with disabilities at the North Fourth Art Center provide education and training in the visual, performing and literary arts, performance and exhibition opportunities in N4th Theater & Gallery, and promotion of the artists’ works in the community. For more information or to arrange a tour of North Fourth Art Center call (505) 345-2872.
N4th Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10am to 4pm, during performances in N4th Theater, and by appointment (505-345-2140).
Artists Win New Patrons and Awards
VSA Artwork at the 2014 State Fair
Eight VSA artists exhibited their work at the 2014 State Fair, winning ribbons and new patrons for their artistic efforts. In Creative Arts, Sal Tarin took home First Place and Best of Show ribbons for his hand built serving set and a First Place for two clay starfish. In Home Arts, Sal won a First for a quilted hanging and a Second for his quilt.
In the Fine Arts/Non Professional Arts, Christian McMaster won a Third Place ribbon and a cash prize for her acrylic painting, The Setting Sun, and her quilt won a First from Home Arts. Loida Moreno received an Honorable Mention for her painting Phases of the Moon. Exhibiting artists Stephanie Barbour, Jamy Cantrell, Grace Chacon, Ralph Gonzales, and Christopher Turrietta all received participation ribbons. Several of the artists also sold their artwork, a wonderful reward for any artist. Congratulations to all!