National Hispanic Cultural Center Foundation

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1701 4th St., Albuquerque, NM 87102 1701 4th St., Albuquerque Directions
+15057669858
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Report | 3 years ago
Wonderful class! I was so glad that the instructor was hands on. She made us feel so at ease that I came away with a better understanding of Photoshop and Lightroom . I feel more confident to "dive into the program" without fears of destroying my pictures. She has a good understanding of the programs, that, I'm going to take more classes. Again, worth going to this Photographer!!
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Report | 4 years ago
Impersonal session. Too many people. Didn't feel like I received the guidance I should have.
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Report | 5 years ago
wish you would re ope the restaurant
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Report | 5 years ago
There was a group of school children at the museum the day I was there, about middle school age. They were mostly Hispanic, and the art should have been relevant to them. But the teacher and/or museum staff did little to interpret the art. Some of the pieces represented struggle and discrimination, common themes at that age. Unless we do a better job engaging kids in art and it's meaning, it will not receive any importance in our schools. That's a pity. It seems kind of important to your mission. I'm not an artist at all, and I'm not Hispanic, but our world would be a lot uglier without art and music. You need to work on your school program.
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The restaurant is great and I look forward to enjoying some of the future cultural events.
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The National Hispanic Cultural Center promotes the events and traditions of hispanic culture with an art museum, library, and store. The center’s art museum tantalizes eyes with a permanent collection full of work from traditional craftspeople and contemporary visionaries. Rotating current exhibitions showcase various collections including installations by Sandra Cisneros, acclaimed author of The House on Mango Street or collections of 200 beautiful clay figurines. Meanwhile, the center’s research library assembles 12,500 titles on Hispanic culture and history, and archives preserve documents in a haven more temperature-controlled than a refrigerator built out of air-conditioners. Exhibits offer glimpses into Hispanic life, such as Visas to Freedom, which recounts the valiant efforts of Spanish diplomats to save Jewish lives during the Holocaust.

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