People don't realize how limited the culture presented at regular performing arts centers is, until they visit the National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque. Here, people will find a schedule of art exhibits, lectures, concerts, readings and films that celebrate Hispanic culture and attempt to bridge cultural gaps. Some of the finest Hispanic artists are scheduled to perform here, and people from around the Albuquerque area flock to purchase tickets for these rare performances.
Located in the Barelas neighborhood, the National Hispanic Cultural Center has been promoting Hispanic culture through art since 2000. While this cultural center mainly exhibits ancient and modern Hispanic art, it also offers traditional dance classes, craft workshops, and literary readings. The most popular events that the National Hispanic Cultural Center schedules are the many concerts, films, and theater productions, most of which present traditional Hispanic themes. However, the cultural center doesn't limit itself to Hispanic culture, and often welcomes Indian, African, and Native American performers.
A schedule full of amazing events, week after week, leaves residents of Albuquerque few excuses not to buy tickets to an enlightening performance at the National Hispanic Cultural Center.