N4th Theater

Duke City Repertory Theatre presents

The Telling Project: Albuquerque

Friday Nov 2 at 8pm;
Saturdays Nov 3 & Nov 10 at 2pm & 8pm;
Sunday, Nov 11 at 2pm*

Experience a powerful theatrical performance in which veterans and military family members have the opportunity to speak and our community has the chance to listen.

$10 service members & family (military ID required);
$15/$18 general

*Sunday Nov 11, Veterans Day, is Free for service members & family

Tickets & Info: www.dukecityrep.com or 505-797-7081

AMP Concerts Presents

MarchFourth

November 6, 2018
Tuesday at 12:30pm

With exceptional musical quality and a kaleidoscope of performers, MarchFourth is a spectacle of high energy compositions, colorful costumes and irresistible charisma.

Free – limited seating

Reservations required

New Mexico Women’s Global Pathways presents

Ubuntu Cultural Fusion Show

November 17, 2018
Saturday, 6-9pm

Local Africa Diaspora Youth perform African and African American traditional dances, songs and drumming, showing off their talents and styles of traditional clothing and accessories for sale after the performance. Proceeds benefit NM Women’s Global Pathways, a project of the Immigrant and Refugee Resource Village of Albuquerque, providing refugees classes in English and job skills.

$30 general; $20 seniors; $10 children

Tickets available at the door; admission includes ethnic cuisine

Info: Nkazi Sinandile 505-435-5741 or Babsy Sinandile 505-448-9038

Elite Dance & Theatre presents

Peter Pan

December 7-15, 2018
Friday & Saturday, Dec 7-8 at 7pm
Thursday, Friday & Saturday, Dec 13-15 at 7pm

Join Peter, Wendy, Tinkerbell and the Lost Boys as they embark on a great adventure to Neverland.

$20 Thursday Dec 13; $22 Fridays & Saturdays (includes a dessert reception during intermission)

Tickets & info: www.elitedancetheatre.net

N4th Gallery

…Stars Through a Window

September 28, 2018 – January 8, 2019
First Friday/ARTScrawl Reception
November 2, 5-6:30pm

An exhibition of artwork created by N4th artists responding to the theme of the fantastic and the surreal. Exhibit includes artwork by individual artists as well as collaborative works created in Fiber Arts and Installation Art classes.

>>More info

Pop-Up Exhibit
Seasons of Love

November 16, 2018
Friday, 5-7pm

Exhibit of artwork created by N4th Artist Valerie Sedillo-Silva in her studio at home

Info: 505-345-2872

N4th in the Community

Wabi Sabi: Beauty is Imperfect, Impermanent, Incomplete

October 5 – November 17, 2018
First Friday Opening Reception
October 5, 5:30-7:30pm

This exhibit at OFFCenter is a collaboration of OFFCenter Community Arts Project and North Fourth Art Center. Reception includes a response reading by the OFFCenter writing group.

OFFCenter Arts
808 Park Avenue SW, Albuquerque 87102

Info: 505-247-1172; offcenterarts.org


North Fourth Holiday Stop & Shop

December 1, 2018
Saturday, 10am-4pm
Free Admission

North Fourth Art Center is again Stop #1 on the Village of Los Ranchos North Fourth Holiday Stop & Shop route, marked by numbered signs and balloons at participating businesses along 4th Street.
[Note: Holiday Stop & Stop @ North Fourth Art Center is on Saturday ONLY]

Info: http://losranchosnm.gov/stopandshop

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 Newsletter

January-July 2015 Newsletter

>> Click to view PDF file

FEATURING

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

N4TH ARTISTS GO NATIONAL


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.

Clockwise from top: Buen Viaje Dance Company; Laurie and Michael Naranjo; custom designed rolling mirror stands

Clockwise from top: Buen Viaje Dance Company; Laurie and Michael Naranjo; custom designed rolling mirror stands

A Reflection of Generosity

Delightful Donations
for BVD and ETC


A generous donation from the Michael and Laurie Naranjo Touched by Art Fund at the Santa Fe Community Foundation has made North Fourth Art Center’s resident companies Buen Viaje Dance and Equilibrium Theater very happy performers.

Thanks to extra effort on behalf of donors Michael and Laurie Naranjo, the companies were asked to determine what was needed most to help them prepare for the new N4th Season. For BVD it was materials and labor to make rolling rehearsal mirrors from several donated mirrors, and for ETC it was digital recorders for interviewing people as they develop characters for their new play.

Ordering the recorders was easy enough, but finding someone to work with used polymer mirrors of different sizes was a challenge. Fortunately a talented woodworker named Alan Overmier came to the rescue. Alan had created elegant stands for Michael Naranjo’s sculptures in his retrospective at N4th Gallery back in 2015.

The 2018 N4th Season was a great success and a first for both companies to combine their new work into one seamless performance entitled The Ability Project. Company members work all year to prepare for the annual season and generous donors like Michael and Laurie Naranjo make all that work all the more enjoyable.

 


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