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Fay Abrams founded her first crafts gallery in Old Town in 1974 as a showcase for local artists with a flair for taking ideas and materials far beyond the confines of standard application. They have shaped, forged, hammered and woven stone, glass, wood, fabric, clay, and other materials into objects that are as beautiful and sometimes provocative; as they are one-of-a-kind. Owners Liz Dineen and Jennifer Rohrig will answer your questions about each object with the kind of knowledge, pride and enthusiasm that is normally reserved for a parent discussing her child.
As tiny as its name suggests, The Box specializes in children's plays and in improv, including playing host to an improv festival. It is home to two resident theater companies, the Cardboard Playhouse Productions for kids, and Blackout Theatre Company, a talented ensemble who devise their own works and put their unique stamp on established ones. Finally, The Box offers week-long summer camps where kids can learn acting for the stage or camera, improv skills, or film production. The theater's central location lends itself to easy access to the Railrunner train, buses, and pre- or post-theater dining and drinking.
Spend some time in this beautiful grassy expanse, away from the jarring city sounds. The Hyder Park is a serene and blissful recreational park that is frequented by many families and locals. Although the park is devoid of play equipment, kids can have a gala time here enjoying picnics or playing their favorite games. Get your furry friends along- they are more than welcome at the park. Food trucks are a common scene at this park.
Sunshine Building is one of the first high-rise buildings built from reinforced concrete. Bright yellow brick veneer gave the building its name, and trademark features like complex, molded concrete corbels identify the architect, Henry C. Trost. Inside, you can ride to the upper floors one of the only attendant-operated elevators in the Southwest. The building houses a theater, which originally screened silent movies and was the most popular theater in town when it was built back in 1924. It has now been converted to a venue for live performances such as theater, dance, and concerts.
South Broadway Cultural Center was established to promote and imbibe culture of Albuquerque. It provides encouragement and explores diverse forms of arts, ranging from visual to literary. Be it ballets or Flamenco or Belly Dance, you can view all forms of dances here by amateurs as wells as professionals. Ensure that you book in advance to avoid last minute hassles.
The city's officials and the community wanted a safe and secure space, where youth and other members of the society can indulge in music, sports, arts and other entertaining activities. With this aim in mind, it purchased the Ice House and transformed it into a bustling art center, namely the Warehouse 508. This center not only makes for an entertainment hub but serves as a platform for young artists. They can display their talent and refine their skills too. Every season, it features excellent shows and performances including concerts, drama and so forth. The Warehouse 508 can also be hired for events and gigs, call ahead for booking details.