Summer Art Camp!

Have plans for the summer? Come to Summer Art Camp.
(psst, we have financial aid available)

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Oppportunities for Artists Abound!

Become an apprentice, propose an exhibition, teach an art class, volunteer.
Be part of our Harwood circles.

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Harvest CSA Shares On Sale!

10 Artists + 55 Shareholders =
New Mexico's first Community Supported Art program.

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Want to grow your creativity this spring? 
Take one of our Art School classes!

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The generosity of our
community is extraordinary, and it makes possible all of our programming.

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Harwood will close at 2pm on Thurs, April 17 & will be closed on Friday, April 18. 

Have a great weekend!


April Exhibitions: Maude Andrade, Shawn Turung & Margi Weir

April Exhibitions: Maude Andrade, Shawn Turung & Margi Weir

Friday, April 04, 5:59pm

Join us for the opening reception of our April Exhibitions, Friday April 4th, 6 - 8pm. Finding Reason by Maude Andrade & Shawn Turung in the main gallery and Topical Tapestries by Margi Weir in the front gallery. Exhibitions run: April 4 - 24, 2014 read more >

Free Community Art Day!

Free Community Art Day!

Saturday, April 26, 1:00pm

Free Community Art Day for youth (6-14) and their favorite adults! Introduction to Screen Printing with Stencils taught by Sarah Dewey. A 2-part workshop on Saturday, April 26th & May 3rd, 1-3pm @ 6th St. Studio SOUTH (1023 6th St.) read more >

Summer Art Camp Open House

Summer Art Camp Open House

Saturday, May 17, 1:00pm

Summer Art Camp registration for children entering grades 1 - 9 is now open! Register now and join us for an open house on Saturday, May 17th from 1 – 3p. read more >

2013 Encompass Event Footage

Thanks to everyone for making this month long community event a big success. We had over 850 people attend our multi-generational art exhbition, with loads of activites, plus Open Studio with our own Harwood resident artists.


The Harwood, originally the home of the Harwood Girls School (1925-1976), is housed in a 1925 neo-classical Revival style building just north of downtown Albuquerque on the Mountain Road side of the Sawmill-Wells Park neighborhoods.
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