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Announcing 2014 - 2015
Art School Season!

One day, multi-week, and weekend workshops.


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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October Exhibitions: Meg Carlson & Rachel Popowcer

October Exhibitions: Meg Carlson & Rachel Popowcer

Friday, October 02, 6:00pm

Join us on Friday, October 2nd from 6 - 8pm for the opening receptions of our newest exhibitions, Elemental by Rachel Popowcer in the front gallery and Husht Reverberations by Meg Carlson in the front gallery. Exhibitions run October 2 - 29, 2015 read more >

From Life: Weekly Open Drawing Sessions with Model

From Life: Weekly Open Drawing Sessions with Model

Tuesday, October 06, 6:30pm

Come join us for our weekly open drawing session at our 6th Street Studio. Work from the model in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. read more >

Sugar Skulls Workshop - Meaning, Making, & Decorating

Sugar Skulls Workshop - Meaning, Making, & Decorating

Saturday, October 24, 1:00pm

Spend an afternoon immersed in exploring sugar skulls. Learn about this traditional art form and create your own sugar skulls. This workshops is great for all ages! read more >

Surface & Encompass Program Catalogs

Happy reading! Check out the catalogs for two of our annual capstone exhibition programs, SURFACE: Emerging Artists of New Mexico and ENCOMPASS: A Multigenerational Art Event!

Encompass Program Film

And happy watching! Here's a fantastic video from Encompass 2013. The program components and artist participation have expanded (see the above catalog), and attendance has almost doubled since then -- to 1,500 in 2015! -- but the sheer magic of this community celebration steals the show every time.



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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