This month at the Albuquerque Museum


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CV free days

Sunday morning, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. from July 4
First Wednesday of the month, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. starting July 7

EXCEPTION: No free entry during the Balloon Fiesta (October 2-10, 2021).

From July 7 | Visits to the sculpture garden

Every Wednesday and Saturday at 11 a.m.

From July 7, in-person sculpture garden tours are back! Enjoy a pleasant stroll through our sculpture garden with a friendly guide who will share stories about the artists and their works. Visits included with paid entry, buy your tickets online in advance.

July 7 & 21 | Join the discussion: another world

Wednesdays July 7, 21, August 5 and Saturday August 7
2 p.m. live online via Zoom

Explore a selection of artwork from the exhibition and participate in discussions led by a guide. Discussions take place on Zoom. Prior registration required to participate.

July 10 | Bioregional Perspectives in New Mexico with Jack Loeffler

1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Casa San Ysidro online via Zoom

Jack Loeffler, bioregionalist, audio historian, environmentalist and author / editor of numerous books, describes the development of the concept of environmentalism and indigenous-minded bioregionalism occurring in New Mexico and the Southwest .

From July 11 | Walking tours of the old town

Every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 11 a.m.

From July 11, the Old Town in-person walking tours are back! Explore the historic Old Town on foot with our informative guides who will give you insight into the people and places that shaped our first community. Visits included with paid entry, buy your tickets online in advance.

July 11 | Agnes Pelton’s spiritual abstraction

2 p.m. Online via Zoom

Delve into Pelton’s personal story, the influence of California New Age on his work, and his place in the context of artists and occult thinkers in this talk by curator Gilbert Vicario. Vicario is the curator of a recent exhibition, Agnes Pelton: Desert Transcendentalist, the painter’s first investigation in over twenty-two years. Registration is required for this virtual conference.

From July 13 | Cannupa Hanska Luger

Cannupa Hanska Luger’s new lobby installation tackles Indigenous Futurism, blending media, place, storytelling and documentation of a living practice. Future Ancestral Technologies’ narrative stems from science fiction, genetic memory, and reclaiming indigeneity. Stop on July 13 to catch a glimpse of the artist installing this site-specific work in person.

July 17 | Drop in Discussion: Eye to I

2 p.m. live online via Zoom

Explore a selection of artwork from the exhibition and participate in discussions led by a guide. The discussion takes place on Zoom. Prior registration required to participate.

June 17 | 3rd Thursday: another world

6-8 p.m. Online via YouTube

Join us for a virtual evening with local jazz favorites Entourage Jazz performing in the Another World: the Transcendental Painting Group exhibit. Yoga live from the Museum with YogaZo.

July 21 | Conversation with artist Paula Wilson

6 p.m. online via Zoom

Curator Josie Lopez and artist Paula Wilson explore the ways in which portraiture is examined and redefined through Wilson’s work, currently on display in Eye to I: Self Portraits from the National Portrait Gallery. Registration is required for this virtual conference.

From July 23 | Music under the stars

7 p.m. live at the Albuquerque Museum Amphitheater

The 2021 season of Under the Stars is presented by the New Mexico Jazz Workshop, from July 23 to September 4. READ MORE ON NMJAZZ.ORG

Family art of the house

Upload a new project every week. Creative projects to do as a family with objects found around the house. Projects posted on the Museum’s website for a fun weekend!

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About the Albuquerque Museum

The Albuquerque Museum has been the city‘s cultural hub since 1967. Located in the heart of Old Town, the museum is a premier institution for art, history, and culture in the Southwest. The Albuquerque Museum is a division of the City of Albuquerque Department of Arts and Culture.

Albuquerque Museum
2000 Mountain Road NW
Albuquerque NM 87104
505-243-7255
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June 30, 2021



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