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Harwood has a darkroom that is available for rent on a monthly basis! Inquire now >
 

Event and Facilities Rentals

The Harwood Art Center, 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. Harwood occupies most of the building with artist studios, galleries, classrooms and offices. Harwood also owns and operates the old church building at the corner of Mountain Road and Sixth Street as an art studio/classroom.

We welcome community use of our spaces — meeting, classroom and performance spaces; darkroom; and artist studios.

Meeting, Event and Performance Spaces

  • The 6th Street Studio South, located at 1023 Mountain Road, is the new home for many of our Art Classes and is available for small meetings.
  • The “Dining Hall,” located in our Main Building, boasts some of the best natural light in town and is a perfect location for community meetings, organizational retreats, presentations, screenings and performances.
  • The basement-level Theater offers a fabulous venue for small (max capacity 50) theatrical productions.
  • Our spring loaded dance floor (barefoot only please!) is available for private use and rehearsals.

Each of these spaces can be rented for as low as $45/hour (cleaning fee and deposit required). The Dining Hall and Theater space are available for rent after business hours M-F and from 7am-10pm Saturdays and Sundays. For more information, or to schedule an appointment, please contact Ebony Booth, Programs & Communications Coordinator >

HARWOOD STORIES

Kris Mills

Current Studio Artist


I was in Harwood’s very first show called Road To Chaos, organized by Jeff Kruger. My dog, Micro, was also in that show eating 30 hot dogs in a performance piece by Bryan Konefsky. I am back in a studio at Harwood for the second time after 4 years. This time I’m using the studio to do serigraphy with my collaborative friend Tom Loeb. Last time I used the studio to make sculpture. Harwood has given me many opportunities to show my own art and curate shows about the work my community, Albuquerque makes.  My dog Pablo and I are in and out of Harwood’s doors a lot because I now live in the neighborhood.

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