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Free Summer Series Film Screening: The First Rainbow Coalition (2019)

Roy E. Disney Center for Performing Arts: Wells Fargo Auditorium 1701 4th Street SW, Albuquerque, NM

6:00 pm: Food Trucks & Cash Bar 7:00 pm: Screening 8:00 pm: Director’s Talk & Q&A to immediately following screening. NHCC | Wells Fargo Auditorium Join us for a panel discussion with Filmmaker Ray Santisteban and Black Panther activist Aaron Dixon. The First Rainbow Coalition, Directed & Produced by Ray Santisteban, charts the history and legacy of a groundbreaking multi-ethnic coalition that rocked Chicago in the 1960s. Comprised of activists from the Black Panthers, the Young Patriots (southern whites), and the Young Lords (a former Puerto Rican street (more...)

NM Gay Men’s Chorus: ¡Orgullo! A Latinx Pride Celebration

Roy E. Disney Center for Performing Arts: Albuquerque Journal Theatre 1701 4th St SW, Albuquerque, NM

7:30 pm Saturday 3:00 pm Sunday NHCC | Albuquerque Journal Theatre New Mexico Gay Men’s Chorus and National Hispanic Cultural Center celebrate Pride with a Latinx flair! Orgullo! A Latinx Pride Celebration showcases the culture and passion of the Latinx community. New Mexico Gay Men’s Chorus and special guests, in partnership with NHCC, will present a Pride performance sure to be muy caliente! Orgullo! A Latinx Pride Celebration will feature Latinx artists and put a spotlight on the people who have always been a part of the (more...)

Festival Flamenco Alburquerque 37: Eduardo Guerrero: Bailar no es Solo Bailar

Roy E. Disney Center for Performing Arts: Albuquerque Journal Theatre 1701 4th St SW, Albuquerque, NM

8:00 pm National Institute of Flamenco & the NHCC present Eduardo Guerrero y Compañía in the U.S. premiere of Bailar no es Solo Bailar. The incredible Cádiz-born Eduardo Guerrero brings Bailar no es Solo Bailar to the stage, a work full of profound expression. Guerrero aims to dive into the basics in a humble, simple way, without distracting artifacts and observe what happens when we let the minimal invade us, that innocent dance of the beginning returns to our body - what happens when we eliminate all (more...)

Festival Flamenco Alburquerque 37: Mercedes de Córdoba y Compañía: Sí, Quiero

Roy E. Disney Center for Performing Arts: Albuquerque Journal Theatre 1701 4th St SW, Albuquerque, NM

8:00 pm National Institute of Flamenco & the NHCC present Mercedes de Córdoba y Compañía in Sí, Quiero Considered one of the most powerful and authentic dancers of her generation, Mercedes de Córdoba brings her celebratory personal work to the U.S. for the first time. Sí, Quiero is a categorical answer that admits no doubt. An anachronistic oath, and a forceful and necessary cry that vindicates commitment as a revolutionary act. This beautiful work reaffirms the act of wanting through an artistic discovery of what one is (more...)

Festival Flamenco Alburquerque 37: Fiesta Flamenca Friday

Roy E. Disney Center for Performing Arts: Albuquerque Journal Theatre 1701 4th St SW, Albuquerque, NM

8:00 pm National Institute of Flamenco & the NHCC present Festival Flamenco Alburquerque 37: Fiesta Flamenca. The Friday performance features Adela Campallo, Rafael Campallo, Eduardo Guerrero, María Moreno, & Yjastros. Please note: the Friday Fiesta Flamenca will have different cast of performers than the Saturday night Fiesta Flamenca. $65, $82, $95, $110 & $125 * This price includes a $4/ticket NHCC fee

Free Summer Series Film Screening: Utama (2022)

Roy E. Disney Center for Performing Arts: Bank of America Theatre 1701 4th Street SW, Albuquerque, NM

5:00 pm: Food Truck & Cash Bar 5:45 pm -6:45 pm: Lindy Vision Live Performance 7:00 pm: Screening Q&A immediately following. NHCC | Bank of America Theatre In the arid Bolivian highlands, an elderly Quechua couple has been living a tranquil life for years. While he takes their small herd of llamas out to graze, she keeps house and walks for miles with the other local women to fetch precious water. When an uncommonly long drought threatens everything, they know, Virginio and Sisa must decide whether to (more...)

Free Summer Series Film Screening: Stand and Deliver (1998) with Special Guests Lone Piñon

Roy E. Disney Center for Performing Arts: Bank of America Theatre 1701 4th Street SW, Albuquerque, NM

5:00 pm: Food Truck & Cash Bar 5:45 pm - 6:45 pm: Lone Piñon Live Performance 7:00 pm: Screening NHCC | Bank of America Theatre Edward James Olmos stars as Jaime Escalante in this inspirational true story about a teacher and the unmotivated East Los Angeles high school students who he inspires, badgers, threatens and humors into learning the most demanding of all math sciences--calculus. But the accomplishment is so utterly fantastic that the students are accused of cheating. Given a choice to accept the allegation or (more...)

Lensic 360: Los Lobos

Roy E. Disney Center for Performing Arts: Albuquerque Journal Theatre 1701 4th St SW, Albuquerque, NM

7:30 pm (Door 6:30 pm) NHCC | Albuquerque Journal Theatre Los Lobos at 50: It's a matter of time. 50 years to be exact. And in that time Los Lobos have created an unprecedented body of work, a legacy of greatness. The numbers are staggering: 100+ gigs a year for five decades running, crossing millions of miles to rock millions of fans. And that's just at the live shows. In between they've recorded 17 studio albums, 7 live LPs, 3 compilations, 2 EPs, 2 DVDs, and contributed (more...)

The Albuquerque Folk Festival

NHCC Campus 1701 4th Street SW, Albuquerque, NM

• Gates open Sunday at 10:00 am. • The festival starts and 10:00 am and ends at 8:00 pm. • Evening dance(s) start at 5:30 pm. • Most workshops, kids’ tent, jams, storytelling, and musical instrument petting zoo start at 10:30 am and end between 4:30-5:30 pm Enjoy the Albuquerque Folk Festival this year! Kids under 12 & seniors 85+ enter for free at the gate day of festival. The Albuquerque Folk Festival offers over 100 events including 5 performance venues, 6 music and dance workshop venues, (more...)

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