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Support

The generosity of our community is extraordinary, and it makes possible all of our programming. This generosity takes many forms; any and all of the following contributions are gratefully accepted and deeply appreciated – and many are tax deductible:

Memberships

Accompanied by a wide range of benefits, memberships are available for Individuals ($50) and Families ($75) read more > 

Donations of Goods

In-kind gifts of supplies are always welcomed and will be used in our art education and community outreach programs. email us >

Donations of Funds

We appreciate contributions of any size. You can allocate your gift to a specific program or you can support our general operating fund. donate >

Sponsorships & Major Gifts

We are grateful for program sponsorships, major gifts and planned giving, and we’d love to speak with you to ensure the perfect match. email us >

Volunteering

Our volunteer program includes a wide variety of opportunities to get involved and support Harwood, and we invite you to participate. get involved >

Gift Certificates

Available for Art School Classes, Summer Art Camp, Studio and Dark Room Rentals, and Memberships. email us >

HARWOOD STORIES

Susan Klebanoff

Susan Klebanoff


Former Resident Artist

I had the good fortune to be an artist at the Harwood Art Center from 1996 – 2005. It was wonderful being in a community of artists that were so creative and supportive of each other. Having just arrived in NM in ’96, it was particularly meaningful for me because I did not know anyone in this state, and it enabled me to create immediate friendships with like minded people. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to work at Harwood and believe that the [Harwood] Art Center is vital to the neighboring community.

Susan Klebanoff is an internationally recognized contemporary tapestry artist who lives and works in Albuquerque. She kept a studio at Harwood Art Center from 1996 – 2005.

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