• Welcome

    From the familiar to unexpected, fall in love with Hispanic cultures at the National Hispanic Cultural Center

    Barbara Richardson Plazuela

  • Festival Chispa Presents: Daymé Arocena

    August 11

    Albuquerque Journal Theatre

  • The Piñata Exhibit (Sure to be a Smash Hit!)

    Open Until Early 2018

    NHCC Art Museum

  • ¡Globalquerque! 2017

    September 22-23

    NHCC

Plan Your Visit

The familiar and unexpected await you on your next visit to the National Hispanic Cultural Center. Don’t wait!

Come fall in love with Hispanic culture

  • Performing Arts

    Spanning three stages, the NHCC's Performing Arts Program brings international, national and local artists to perform everything from contemporary to traditional music, dance and theatre. Learn more.

  • Visual Arts

    The NHCC's Visual Arts Program collects, preserves, researches, exhibits and interprets Hispanic works of art from New Mexico and throughout the world, including through an 11,000 square-foot Art Museum. Learn more.

  • History & Literary Arts

    The NHCC's History and Literary Arts Program documents, preserves and makes accessible Hispanic history, cultural traditions and literature through its library, genealogy center, archives, exhibitions, lectures and book-readings. Learn more.

  • Education

    Providing motivating and meaningful educational opportunities and experiences for all ages, the NHCC Education Program's events range across all of the disciplines found at the NHCC - visual arts, music, culinary arts, theatre, dance, literary arts, history, and film - and go further into the sciences and wellness, all through the lens of Hispanic cultures. Learn more.

Come fall in love with Hispanic culture

  • Performing Arts

    Spanning three stages, the NHCC's Performing Arts Program brings international, national and local artists to perform everything from contemporary to traditional music, dance and theatre. Learn more.

  • Visual Arts

    The NHCC's Visual Arts Program collects, preserves, researches, exhibits and interprets Hispanic works of art from New Mexico and throughout the world, including through an 11,000 square-foot Art Museum. Learn more.

  • History & Literary Arts

    The NHCC's History and Literary Arts Program documents, preserves and makes accessible Hispanic history, cultural traditions and literature through its library, genealogy center, archives, exhibitions, lectures and book-readings. Learn more.

  • Education

    Providing motivating and meaningful educational opportunities and experiences for all ages, the NHCC Education Program's events range across all of the disciplines found at the NHCC - visual arts, music, culinary arts, theatre, dance, literary arts, history, and film - and go further into the sciences and wellness, all through the lens of Hispanic cultures. Learn more.