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Regrouping, Reimagining & Rebuilding North Fourth Art Center
North Fourth Art Center
4904 4th NW Albuquerque NM 87107
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RE: COVID-19 · North Fourth Art Center follows New Mexico State guidelines concerning masks and social distancing.
North Fourth’s doors are now open! The Center’s space is becoming THE PLACE for Albuquerque’s performing and visual arts, educational activities, and community gatherings. We’re putting together programs and re-launching our new website!
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Announcing North Fourth New Works festival performance schedule!
The festival is a celebration of New Mexico's best up-and-coming playwrights, a chance to see World Premieres from page to staged readings. N4NW happens June 2-11, Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays and with 8 Shows over 6 Nights the festival includes something for everyone! June 2: Dining In by Aric Saiz; June 3: Fleur by Tracy Jordan; June 4: Jane Kim Stein by Amy Yourd; June 9: My Dearest Jodie by Gino Gonzales; and The Gift ; Rainman by Michael Lente; June 10: Pay You Back by Gareth Berger; June 11: Them by Michael Lente.
For tickets SEE BELOW.
Also Announcing -North Fourth Art Center is partnering with Arts Hub to produce the 2022 Funny Fiesta, taking place Sept 15-25. This national festival celebrates comedic arts of all kinds -music, improv, sketch, stand-up, and more! We are currently looking for submissions and if you would like to be a part of this year's festival, apply here. For more information on the festival, visit abqfunnyfiesta.com
Meanwhile in May, West End Productions presents Hay Fever by Noel Coward for two weekends only, Thursday May 5 through Sunday May 15, 2022. For tickets and showtimes visit westendproductions.org
Indigenous Brilliance - Culture without Compromise This unique exhibit of contemporary Indigenous art had its first show in London, England in 2012. Co-curated by N4th Gallery, the 2022 Indigenous Brilliance is on view until May 29, and includes works by 15 Indigenous artists.
CLASSES are underway for Spring , including a new offering, The Art of Seeing, by noted local artist Leo Neufeld. For information and registration for ALL Art Education Program offerings, SEE BELOW.
Upcoming & Ongoing Classes
by Noel Coward
directed by Mario Cabrera
May 5-15, 2022
Thursdays - Sundays
for showtimes & tickets visit
New Works Festival
World Premiere Staged Readings
June 2-11, 2022
Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays