Northwest New Mexico Arts Council

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Mission: Support and advocate for the visual, literary and performing arts. Seek to develop and provide education and recognize the diversity of all cultures and support all traditions and art forms equally and enthusiastically.

Upcoming Events

 

2024 Downtown Farmington Art Walks 
The ART WALKS and Orchard Park Artisan Market space is FREE, but registration is required.

Artists, makers, crafters, food vendor, make a selection for ART WALK dates below.  Bring your own table and chairs for your booth.

—- The Northwest New Mexico Arts Council will provide you with a location space, if you request indoors.  When scheduled indoors, please take time to visit the downtown business to meet the owner and introduce yourself as the artist for the ART WALK.  This is a good time to find out where you will be inside the business.

— Indoor artists. You will receive an email with details.

— Orchard Park set up is first come, first serve beginning at 2pm.   Outdoor artists scheduled at businesses, can set up beginning at 2pm to dusk.  The City of Farmington will close Orchard Street in front of park, and Art in the Alley at 2pm for your safety.   After unloading, please move your vehicles to downtown parking lots.  Available only during the ART WALKS.

 

— All safety requirements will be set forth at all Northwest New Mexico Arts Council activities according to state of New Mexico and City of Farmington mandates, which may include masks and social distancing.  

 

— Registration provides permission for the Northwest New Mexico Arts Council to use photos for promotion.
— Email nwnmac1@gmail.com or call (505) 320-0615 for more details.  http://nwnmac.org

REPORT: Native Art Voices 4 Corners podcast Venaya has just completed the second year of the podcast with San Juan College radio

Currently she is working with the radio station to do special programming which will feature Native American veterans who are also artists in our community. The special programming will run from January to June 2024. Then she will continue interviewing artist from the general community.

 

 

Native Voices of the 4 Corners with host
Venaya Yazzie on the 3rd Thursday of the
month at 9.30am.
 

 

D’DAT RELEASES BLUE DESERT VIRTUAL TOUR VIDEO

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Artwalk Photo Gallery

 

Our grateful THANKS to New Mexico Arts, A Division of the Office of Cultural Affairs, Navajo Traditional Energy Company, Target Stores, Best Buy Stores, ConocoPhillips, Connie Gotsch Foundation, 7211 Foods, Witter Bynner Foundation, New Mexico Office of African American Affairs, New Mexico MainStreet, Farmington Convention and Visitor Center, Farmington Chamber of Commerce and the City of Farmington.In memory of Mort Lord

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Northwest New Mexico Arts Council
P.O. Box 2235, Farmington, NM 87499

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