9:30 am – 4 pm (MST)
Weekdays, Monday – Friday
Registration link coming soon.
Limited to 15 teens
(Apply early to get in! First come, first served)
Voces is a FREE, month-long writing institute for high school writers. Teens (rising 9th graders through graduating seniors) are inspired to write prose, poetry and monologues through a wide range of experiential activities. The program culminates with chapbooks and a public reading/performance. This free institute is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for teens to experience the equivalent of a writing intensive, with guest writers and artists and a wide range of field trips that inspire writing, at no cost.
Free community event
9 am-5 pm (MST)
Visit the festival website
This annual festival is the only one of its kind in the U.S. that features children’s books in Spanish and English and Indigenous languages and English. The focus on Spanish, English, Indigenous languages books and authors makes this festival particularly meaningful and vibrant, reflecting the identities of many children in New Mexico, the American Southwest, and beyond. We want to encourage children to see themselves in contemporary children’s literature as well as introduce a bilingual body of work to a wider audience. The four-day event features author readings, workshops, and interactive events for kids and families.
For additional information email HLA.Admin@state.nm.us
Image: Julianna Kirwin (used with permission).
Screening—Thursday, February 25, 2021 at 7 pm (MST)
* Available for 72 hours *
Zoom Conversation—Sunday, February 28, 2021 at 12 pm (MST)
Individual tickets are $8 and household tickets are $15; ticket prices include the film and the Zoom conversation. Purchase tickets HERE
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