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Partners

All of our efforts are made possible by community partnerships, grants and individual donations, for which we are deeply thankful. We are especially appreciative of the following organizations and businesses for their dedication and continued support:

Funding Partners

Albert I Pierce Foundation
Albuquerque Community Foundation
Bernalillo County

The City of Albuquerque

Downtown Neighborhoods Association
The FUNd at the Albuquerque Community Foundation

LEF Foundation

Lumpkin Family Foundation
McCune Charitable Foundation

New Mexico Arts, a Division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, and National Endowment for the Arts
Urban Enhancement Trust Fund
NM Youth Conservation Corps
PNM

Community Partners

516 ARTS
Albuquerque Art Business Association
 (AABA) – ArtsCrawl
ArtStreet, 
a Program of Healthcare for the Homeless
Barelas Community Center

Downtown Neighborhoods Association
The Fractal Foundation
Intel Corporation
KHFM 95.5
National Hispanic Cultural Center
Sawmill Area Neighborhood Association

Sawmill Community Land Trust

Sawmill/Wells Park MRA Plan Community Education Committee

Tricklock Theatre Company
Wells Park Community Center

Wells Park Neighborhood Association

Business Partners

Artisan – Santa Fe
Aqui, RydeShack & Farm 2 Blender
Bookworks
Camera and Darkroom
Delta Linens
Great Face and Body
The Guild Cinema
Hanging Tree Gallery
Mariposa Gallery
Mama’s Minerals
Tractor Brewing Company
Untitled Fine Arts Service

HARWOOD STORIES

Kris Mills

Former 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 had two studios at two different times. The most recemt, I used the studio to do serigraphy with my collaborative friend Tom Loeb. LThe first 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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