Harwood Art Center is proud to provide affordable working spaces to artists who live and work in the greater Albuquerque area. Our artist studios are available for rent on a month-to-month basis to individuals 18 years and older. Studios range in size from 100 – 350 square feet, with ceiling heights from 8 – 12 feet. All studios have at least two windows, and some come equipped with sinks. Rent ranges from $175 – $380 per month.

All of our studios are currently occupied.

We encourage all interested artists who have a need for studio space to complete an application> to be placed on the waiting list for studios.

If at any point your needs or availability change please contact us at (505) 242-6367 to update the status of your application.

For more specific questions, please contact Jordyn Bernicke >

Studio Artists

Basement Studios

B-2 Helen Atkins > & Jordyn Bernicke >
B-6 Jill Gatwood >
B-9 Carol C. Sanchez >
B-10 Michael Hudock >
B-11 Alison Green >

Main Floor Studios

110 Mark Horst >

Upstairs Studios, North

N-1 Margot Geist >
N-2 Natalie Voelker >
N-3 Caitlin Carcerano >
N-4 Ricardo Guillermo >
N-5 Cynthia Elliot
N-6 Richard Saavedra >
N-7 Deb Wozniak & Lydia Neuman
N-8 Candy Nartonis > 

N-10 Molly Zimmer 


Please join Harwood Studio Artists for two open studio nights in conjunction with our annual capstone events. Most all of our studio artists participate in Encompass; Bridge: Arts & Social Justice will offer additional opportunities to visit with select artists.

Saturday, March 7, 5 – 8pm

Encompass is our biggest open studio night of the year! In addition to open studios, Encompass features four gallery exhibitions, hands-on art making projects, live music, food trucks and activities for all ages. Join us for this community wide celebration! Learn more about our 2019 Encompass event >

Bridge: Arts & Social Justice
Friday, September 11, 6 – 8pm

A collaborative juried exhibition dedicated to themes of social, political and environmental justice. Select studios will be open. Learn more about 2019 Bridge: Art & Social Justice >