Creating a Cultural Home
Board of Directors
Holly Jane Barnet-Sanchez
Edward Lujan (Chair Emeritus)
History and Literary Arts (HLA) Program Director
Performing Arts (PA) Program Director
Dr. Reeve Love
Visual Arts (VA) Program Director
Dr. Tey Marianna Nunn
Liza Alvarado (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Marketing and Public Relations Officer
For media inquiries, please call 505-383-4700
NHCC offers dynamic event spaces for groups of all sizes. Our spectacular venues are available for your glorious wedding day, an anniversary celebration or that momentous quinceañera. We can provide a beautiful and unique venue for your next special event or meeting. The NHCC’s campus has many inside and outside venues to consider, with on-site catering services provided by Pop Fizz and La Fonda del Bosque.
For questions regarding your event during this time, please contact Richard Garcia, Rentals Specialist, at 505-991-4319Rental Information
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COVID-19 Related Resources for Artists
In an effort to lend a helping hand to artists and arts organizations in our community, fellow DCA agency NM Arts has compiled a list of resources to aid during the COVID-19 health emergency. Click here (PDF) to access information on grants, webinars, podcasts, impact surveys and more. This list will be continuously revised, so continue to visit this page for updated information in the near future!
Additionally, The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) has developed a brief survey to better understand how COVID-19 is affecting those who work in the arts.
Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has announced her intent to appoint a racial justice czar within her office and an advisory Council for Racial Justice to monitor state institutions and hold them accountable for ending systemic racism, assuring that all persons receive fair and equal treatment and opportunities. As a division of the state, we will diligently engage in the work of the Council and continue living the mission of the National Hispanic Cultural Center which is dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and advancement of Hispanic culture, arts, and humanities. The work the NHCC has presented throughout its twenty year history illustrates the Center’s commitment to its foundational mission and to making a cultural home for the diverse identities that shape the community. The complexity of identity and its inherent social effects is explored through conversations, lectures, exhibitions, book presentations, and educational programming allowing the NHCC to serve as an avenue for change, inclusion, and justice.
We are listening and learning, with work ahead of us.