Salud y Sabor Celebrates Peru: Contemporáneo

11:30 am to 2:00 pm

Salud y Sabor is a free late morning/early afternoon of food, art, health, culture, and entertainment that celebrates our communities and connects families with nutrition, cooking, healthy lifestyles, and play. Once a month, community members gather for cooking demonstrations using fresh, locally grown ingredients, fun art and movement activities for kids and adults, health screenings, cultural exchange, and live entertainment.  Join us for free samples of local produce and special recipes. All activities emphasize traditional Latin American and Indigenous food and culture, basic information/free screenings from local Western and alternative health practitioners, and a vibrant atmosphere with art activities, storytelling, and live music.

This event is presented as a partnership between the NHCC, Agri-Cultura Network and Street Food Institute.

Thank you to our presenting sponsor UNM-Health Sciences Center!

This event is free and open to the public

Who We Are, Together: NM Families Project Presentation for Sanchez, Martinez, Tovar and Begley

2-4 pm

This project engaged 2-3 generations of seven NM families in testing their DNA and researching their family lineage with the help of the NHCC and experts in the field. For seven Sundays these families will present what they learned about who they are, where they are, where they came from, and from whom they descend, followed by dialogue. Join us to explore the diverse heritage and history of NM through our families: who we are, together.

For this presentation, hear more about the histories of the families Sanchez, Martinez, Tovar and Begley.

Other presentation dates below:

Sept. 15, 2-4 pm: Romero and Martinez
Sept. 22, 2-4 pm: Madrid and Padilla
Oct. 6, 2-4 pm: C De Baca
Oct. 20, 2-4 pm: Lopez, Fraga, Liomas and Gomez
Nov. 3, 2-4 pm: Martinez and Tafoya

Please RSVP as space is limited: http://bit.ly/2WFltQa

Salud y Sabor Celebrates Venezuela: Strength in Culture

11:30 am to 2:00 pm

Salud y Sabor is a free late morning/early afternoon of food, art, health, culture, and entertainment that celebrates our communities and connects families with nutrition, cooking, healthy lifestyles, and play. Once a month, community members gather for cooking demonstrations using fresh, locally grown ingredients, fun art and movement activities for kids and adults, health screenings, cultural exchange, and live entertainment.  Join us for free samples of local produce and special recipes. All activities emphasize traditional Latin American and Indigenous food and culture, basic information/free screenings from local Western and alternative health practitioners, and a vibrant atmosphere with art activities, storytelling, and live music.

This event is presented as a partnership between the NHCC, Agri-Cultura Network and Street Food Institute.

Thank you to our presenting sponsor UNM-Health Sciences Center!

This event is free and open to the public

POSTPONED: Who We Are, Together: NM Families Project Presentation for Torres & Urioste

This event has been postponed to a date TBD. Please check back here for further information.

2-4 pm

This project engaged 2-3 generations of seven NM families in testing their DNA and researching their family lineage with the help of the NHCC and experts in the field. For seven Sundays these families will present what they learned about who they are, where they are, where they came from, and from whom they descend, followed by dialogue. Join us to explore the diverse heritage and history of NM through our families: who we are, together.

For this presentation, hear more about the histories of the families Torres and Urioste.

Other presentation dates below:

Aug. 25, 2-4 pm: Sanchez, Martinez, Tovar and Begley
Sept. 15, 2-4 pm: Romero and Martinez
Sept. 22, 2-4 pm: Madrid and Padilla
Oct. 6, 2-4 pm: C De Baca
Oct. 20, 2-4 pm: Lopez, Fraga, Liomas and Gomez
Nov. 3, 2-4 pm: Martinez and Tafoya

Please RSVP as space is limited: http://bit.ly/2WFltQa

Breathe, Barelas, Breathe: A Staged Reading of a Trilogy of One-Act Plays

7 pm
Orpheum Arts Space
500 2nd St, SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102

This will be a staged reading of the entire trilogy (90 minutes). Arrive early to see a photo exhibit about Barelas. Followed by refreshments.

This trilogy of one-act plays is written by Barelas resident playwrights Raúl Garza, Leonard Madrid and Mónica Sánchez, and inspired by the history, dreams and musings of one of Albuquerque’s oldest neighborhoods. This trilogy has been developed with the support of Artful Life’s El Puente/Barelas project and in partnership with the NHCC and Homewise.

Two additional readings of the plays are below:

PAST
Sunday, July 28, 6 pm at B. Ruppe Drugstore parking lot
807 4th St SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102
Free food and drink followed by a reading of excerpts from the trilogy.

Wednesday, July 31, 7 pm at the NHCC Wells Fargo Auditorium
1701 4th St, SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102
Staged reading of the entire trilogy (90 minutes) followed by refreshments.

The playwrights: 

Raúl Garza is a Barelas-inspired playwright who tells stories that resound with culture, identify, and sense of place. His full-length play, Fantasmaville, received the National Latino Playwriting Award. When not writing, Raúl explores kundalini yoga, devours pop culture, and travel beyond his means. www.theraulito.com.

Leonard Madrid works as a designer, actor, playwright, and educator in Albuquerque. His plays, Tecolotito, Perla, and Aurora, have received a Kennedy Center’s Award for Latino Playwrights. Other plays have received readings and performances around the nation. www.leonardmadrid.org.

Mónica Sánchez has followed her bliss toward a life in the theatre and the theatre of life. She has been a professional theatre maker for the last three decades and happily resides in Barelas. This fall she will join the faculty at Colorado College as Assistant Professor of Playwriting and Performance. www.dramatista.com.

Breathe, Barelas, Breathe Flyer HERE

Breathe, Barelas, Breathe: A Staged-Reading of a Trilogy of One-Act Plays

7 pm

In the NHCC Wells Fargo Auditorium

This will be a staged reading of the entire trilogy (90 minutes) followed by refreshments.

This trilogy of one-act plays is written by Barelas resident playwrights Raúl Garza, Leonard Madrid and Mónica Sánchez, and inspired by the history, dreams and musings of one of Albuquerque’s oldest neighborhoods. This trilogy has been developed with the support of Artful Life’s El Puente/Barelas project and in partnership with the NHCC and Homewise.

Two additional readings of the plays are below:

UPCOMING
Saturday, August 3, 7 pm at Orpheum Arts Space
500 2nd St, SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102
Staged reading of the entire trilogy (90 minutes). Arrive early to see a photo exhibit about Barelas. Followed by refreshments.

PAST
Sunday, July 28, 6 pm at B. Ruppe Drugstore parking lot
807 4th St SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102
Free food and drink followed by a reading of excerpts from the trilogy.

The playwrights: 

Raúl Garza is a Barelas-inspired playwright who tells stories that resound with culture, identify, and sense of place. His full-length play, Fantasmaville, received the National Latino Playwriting Award. When not writing, Raúl explores kundalini yoga, devours pop culture, and travel beyond his means. www.theraulito.com.

Leonard Madrid works as a designer, actor, playwright, and educator in Albuquerque. His plays, Tecolotito, Perla, and Aurora, have received a Kennedy Center’s Award for Latino Playwrights. Other plays have received readings and performances around the nation. www.leonardmadrid.org.

Mónica Sánchez has followed her bliss toward a life in the theatre and the theatre of life. She has been a professional theatre maker for the last three decades and happily resides in Barelas. This fall she will join the faculty at Colorado College as Assistant Professor of Playwriting and Performance. www.dramatista.com.

Breathe, Barelas, Breathe Flyer HERE

Breathe, Barelas, Breathe: A Reading of Excerpts from a Trilogy of One-Act Plays

6 pm
Sunday, July 28, 6 pm at B. Ruppe Drugstore parking lot
807 4th St SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102

Free food and drink followed by a reading of excerpts from the trilogy.

This trilogy of one-act plays is written by Barelas resident playwrights Raúl Garza, Leonard Madrid and Mónica Sánchez, and inspired by the history, dreams and musings of one of Albuquerque’s oldest neighborhoods. This trilogy has been developed with the support of Artful Life’s El Puente/Barelas project and in partnership with the NHCC and Homewise.

Two additional readings of the plays are below:

Wednesday, July 31, 7 pm at the NHCC Wells Fargo Auditorium
1701 4th St, SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102
Staged reading of the entire trilogy (90 minutes) followed by refreshments.

Saturday, August 3, 7 pm at Orpheum Arts Space
500 2nd St, SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102
Staged reading of the entire trilogy (90 minutes). Arrive early to see a photo exhibit about Barelas. Followed by refreshments.

The playwrights: 

Raúl Garza is a Barelas-inspired playwright who tells stories that resound with culture, identify, and sense of place. His full-length play, Fantasmaville, received the National Latino Playwriting Award. When not writing, Raúl explores kundalini yoga, devours pop culture, and travel beyond his means. www.theraulito.com.

Leonard Madrid works as a designer, actor, playwright, and educator in Albuquerque. His plays, Tecolotito, Perla, and Aurora, have received a Kennedy Center’s Award for Latino Playwrights. Other plays have received readings and performances around the nation. www.leonardmadrid.org.

Mónica Sánchez has followed her bliss toward a life in the theatre and the theatre of life. She has been a professional theatre maker for the last three decades and happily resides in Barelas. This fall she will join the faculty at Colorado College as Assistant Professor of Playwriting and Performance. www.dramatista.com.

Breathe, Barelas, Breathe Flyer HERE

Camina el Autor: The Iconography of Felipe Guamán Poma de Ayala, Peruvian/Quechuan Chronicler

Camina el Autor showcases the extraordinary work of Guaman Poma; explores the history of the indigenous people of Peru, Andean civilization, and Spanish conquest; and broadens our understanding of Peruvian culture and history.The digital images and accompanying texts have been provided to the NHCC by the Peruvian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, with assistance from the Consulate General of Peru in Denver. The NHCC has curated these (398 fullpage drawings) to present a vibrant and informative exhibit that encourages learning, discovery, and contemplation. Exhibit programming will include talks and lectures; book readings; graphic novel, zine, and animation workshops for teens; bilingual story hours; and more.

For more information, contact: Cassandra Osterloh, NHCC Librarian, cassandra.osterloh@state.nm.us, (505) 383-4708.

This exhibit is free and open to the public during hours of operation.

Opening Reception for Camina el Autor: The Iconography of Felipe Guamán Poma de Ayala, Peruvian/Quechuan Chronicler

6-7:30 pm

Camina el Autor showcases the extraordinary work of Guaman Poma; explores the history of the indigenous people of Peru, Andean civilization, and Spanish conquest; and broadens our understanding of Peruvian culture and history.The digital images and accompanying texts have been provided to the NHCC by the Peruvian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, with assistance from the Consulate General of Peru in Denver. The NHCC has curated these (398 fullpage drawings) to present a vibrant and informative exhibit that encourages learning, discovery, and contemplation. Exhibit programming will include talks and lectures; book readings; graphic novel, zine, and animation workshops for teens; bilingual story hours; and more.

This free reception will include food!

For more information, contact: Cassandra Osterloh, NHCC Librarian, cassandra.osterloh@state.nm.us, (505) 383-4708.

This exhibit is free and open to the public

Salud y Sabor Celebrates Peru: Tradicional

11:30 am to 2:30 pm

Salud y Sabor is a free late morning/early afternoon of food, art, health, culture, and entertainment that celebrates our communities and connects families with nutrition, cooking, healthy lifestyles, and play. Once a month, community members gather for cooking demonstrations using fresh, locally grown ingredients, fun art and movement activities for kids and adults, health screenings, cultural exchange, and live entertainment.  Join us for free samples of local produce and special recipes. All activities emphasize traditional Latin American and Indigenous food and culture, basic information/free screenings from local Western and alternative health practitioners, and a vibrant atmosphere with art activities, storytelling, and live music.

This event is presented as a partnership between the NHCC, Agri-Cultura Network and Street Food Institute.

Thank you to our presenting sponsor UNM-Health Sciences Center!

This event is free and open to the public