12×12 Virtual Fundraising Exhibition
Click above to watch our YouTube Live Stream as we counted down the until our online store opened on December 3!
Artwork Preview Opens: Tuesday, December 1
Online Store Opens: Thursday, December 3 at 6pm
Exhibition Runs: December 3, 2020 – March 2021
Harwood Art Center is thrilled to continue our annual 12×12 fundraising exhibition featuring established, emerging and youth artists from New Mexico. This is our first virtual fundraising exhibition that includes works from over 100 artists, available on our new online store! These original works remain anonymous until sold – for the flat rate of $144 (12″x12″) or $36 (6″x6″).
This year, our online galleries feature:
12”x12” original works by over 90 emerging and established artists, who remain anonymous until the works are purchased. Each piece is sold for $144.
6”x6” and 12”x12” original works by student artists from Escuela del Sol Montessori. These works also remain anonymous until they are purchased. Each 6”x6” piece is sold for $36 and each 12”x12” piece is sold for $44. Student work will be available January 2021.
All 12×12 and 6×6 works are sold on the night of the virtual event, Thursday, December 3, on a first come, first served basis. We will open an “Artwork Preview” on Tuesday, December 1 at 9:00am on this very page! The online store will stay open until March 2021 with the remaining 12×12 & 6×6 works for sale.
In addition to the exhibitions, we are so excited to offer printed exhibition catalogs. These catalogs will be available through preorder on our online store and will showcase all works featured in this year’s event.
Your purchases support Harwood’s free community arts education, outreach and professional development programs – multifaceted, immersive offerings shaped by and for participants of all ages, backgrounds and perspectives.
For 14 years, artists and community members have generously gathered for Harwood’s 12×12 Fundraising Exhibitions, in support of our arts education and community outreach programs. While 2020 has been staggering, to say the least, we are deeply grateful for our continued capacities to provide nourishing services openly and freely to artists of all ages, to sustain meaningful opportunities for our staff, teachers, and exhibitors, and to receive Albuquerque’s continued collaborations and contributions – which make this work possible.
Since our exhibitions have been reimagined as online galleries during these unpredicted times, we have also been creating extensive catalogs of each exhbition since June.
We will have a 8.5″x11″ matte printed catalog for sale as part of our fundraiser this year that features all 12×12 and 6×6 original artworks.
Catalogs will be available through preorder on our online store for $36 and will be avaible for pick up and shipping in January 2021.
Harwood’s Online Store
All work featured in this year’s fundraising exhibition will be for sale on our new online store only. The link to the store will go live on this page on Thursday, December 3 at 6pm.
We have been selling work from our August and October exhibitions through this online store and it has been such a great success!
All sold pieces will be available for pick up outside at Harwood on select dates. Domestic shipping is available for a flat shipping and handling rate of $45, all pieces will be shipped in January 2021.
Online Store Open Now!
Visit the link below to purchase available 12×12 artworks, make a donation to Harwood and to preorder the 12×12 Exhibition Catalog!
If you would like to make a donation to Harwood you can also do that on the store
Original works by Escuela Del Sol Montessori students coming January 21, 2021!
Students of Escuela Del Sol Montessori have been working hard creating their magical works of art for this year’s 12×12 Fundraising event!
The 6×6 and 12×12 work made by Escuela students will be included in the Exhibition Catalog and will be available to purchase for $36 and $44 on our store starting on January 21, 2021
Robyn A Frank
Leigh Anne Langwell
Kate Overton Miller
René Palomares II
Claude Smith iii
Denise Weaver Ross