N4th Gallery


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January 22-March 20, 2016

ARTScrawl Reception
February 5, 5-6:30pm

Info: 505-345-2140

Exhibition provides a glimpse into the artistry and working methods of a number of North Fourth Art Center’s visual arts instructors

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N4th Theater


New Mexico Shakespeare Project and St. John’s College present

The Tragedy of Hamlet

by William Shakespeare
directed by Billy Trabaudo

February 19, 2016
Friday at 7:30 pm

$20 general
All tickets available at door, cash preferred
No reservations, doors open at 6:30pm

In celebration of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death and at North Fourth Art Center for opening night only this production brings together many of New Mexico’s finest actors.

Performances at St. John’s College on Saturday, February 20 at 7:30 pm & Sunday February 21 at 2pm

More info: newmexicoshakespeare@gmail.com

AMP Concerts Presents

Diego’s Umbrella

February 24, 2016
Wednesday at 12:30pm


Known as “San Francisco’s Ambassadors of Gypsy Rock,” Diego’s Umbrella takes explosive melodies, Eastern European grit, Latin flair and anthemic delivery to a wholly unique place.

Free – limited seating

Reservations required

Las Meganenas present

The Chupacabra Cantina

written by Soledad Hindi
directed by Alicia Lueras Maldonado

March 10-13 & March 17-20, 2016

Thursdays - Saturdays at 7:30pm
Sundays at 2pm

$18 general; $15 students/seniors
$10 general on Thursdays

Stories from Tierra Amarilla, Palestine, and around the globe are interwoven into lives of the colorful characters of the Chupacabra Cantina. Accompanied by live music and song and presented as part of Women & Creativity 2016.

Tickets available online

Visual Arts Outreach


4 Artists (+1) From North Fourth Art Center

On view through January 2016

ACE Barber Shop
109 4th Street SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Mondays & Saturdays 11am-3pm
Tuesdays-Fridays 11am-6pm

Sampling of artwork from VSA’s Exploratory Arts program by Danny Chavez, Jesse Cruz, David Genn, Racquel Laflair and Grace Sedillo

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Arts Adventures Winter/Spring Session 2016

Teen Night: February 19 – March 25, 2016
Saturday Program: February 20 – March 26, 2016

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N4th Newsletter



January-July 2015 Newsletter

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FEATURING

Left - T&B: Faces 1-2 by Danny Chavez, acrylic, 12x19; Right - Cheshire Cat by Racquel Laflair, acrylic, 20x16

Left - T&B: Faces 1-2 by Danny Chavez, acrylic, 12x19; Right - Cheshire Cat by Racquel Laflair, acrylic, 20x16

Visual Arts Outreach

4 Artists (+1)
From North Fourth Art Center


On view through January 2016
Mondays & Saturdays 11am-3pm
Tuesdays-Fridays 11am-6pm

Free Admission

Ace Barber Shop
109 4th Street SW
Albuquerque, Nm 87102


This community exhibit is a reflection of the creative accomplishments of five artists from VSA’s Exploratory Arts program and presents a small sampling of the wide variety of artwork created year-round.

Exhibiting Artists: Danny Chavez, Jesse Cruz, David Genn, Racquel Laflair and Grace Sedillo

Ace Barber Shop hosts rotating displays of artwork on its walls. Downtown barber and business owner Gabriel Jaureguiberry considers his barbershop as a place for the exchange of ideas and culture as well as a home base for communication and relaxation.

VSA North Fourth Art Center’s core programs serving people with disabilities are Day Arts and Exploratory Arts.

Day Arts offers a community college environment for artists who prefer classroom-based instruction in the visual and performing arts. Exploratory Arts offers an open studio environment to provide artists with the freedom to pursue a diverse assortment of activities as they move through the day.

Both Day and Exploratory Arts encourage pursuing the creative and entrepreneurial aspects of art making. The result is an active schedule of exhibition, performance and sales opportunities.

For More Information:

Artist Info: 505-345-2140

Ace Barber Shop: 505-242-7735
Facebook Link
Ace Barber Shop Video

 


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. 15