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The generosity of our 
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Oppportunities for Artists Abound!

Become an apprentice, propose an exhibition, teach an art class, volunteer.
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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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Announcing 2014 - 2015 
Art School Season!

One day, multi-week, and weekend workshops. Read More >

WHAT'S HAPPENING

October Exhibitions: Alan Paine Radebaugh & Janet Yagoda Shagam

October Exhibitions: Alan Paine Radebaugh & Janet Yagoda Shagam

Friday, October 03, 6:00pm

Join us for our October First Friday Opening Reception, featuring Ghost of Sea by Alan Paine Radebaugh and On The Wings Of A Dove by Janet Shagam. Exhibitions Run: October 3 - October 30, 2014 read more >

Creative Roots Community Art Making

Creative Roots Community Art Making

Saturday, October 18, 1:00pm

Participants of all ages are invited to make work for a collaborative community exhibition, reCreating the Cottonwoods. Bring your whole family and join us for our upcoming Community Art Making Day on Saturday, October 18 from 1-3p at Harwood's 6th St Studio South. Space is limited; Please register - email jennifer@harwoodartcenter.org read more >

Sugar Skulls: Meaning, Making, and Decorating with Shelle Sanchez

Sugar Skulls: Meaning, Making, and Decorating with Shelle Sanchez

Saturday, October 25, 1:00pm

Spend an afternoon immersed in exploring sugar skulls as an art form and a traditional act of remembrance for Dia de los muertos. 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.

HISTORY OF HARWOOD

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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