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March 2017
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Women’s History Month

March 1March 31
NHCC Campus
1701 4th Street SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102 United States

Each year in March the National Hispanic Cultural Center celebrates women with programming that honors their contributions to dance, music, theatre, art, poetry, films, novels, and much more. Listed below are all the events that you can experience at the Center during Women’s History Month. Below are our offerings for 2017.

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Opera Southwest Presents Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci (Rental)

March 26April 2
Albuquerque Journal Theatre
1701 4th St SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102 United States

March 26, 29 & 31 and April 2, 2017
2 pm—Sundays
7:30 pm—Wednesday & Friday

Pagliacci is a fully staged opera with orchestra, sung in Italian with English translation supertitles and presented in two acts with one intermission.

The original ripped-from-the-headlines true crime story, Pagliacci is the tragic tale of a traveling troupe torn apart by passion, jealousy, and rage. Experience Leoncavallo’s heartbreaking story of Canio, the clown who weeps through his white powder makeup over his wife’s unforgivable betrayal.
$15, $25, $35, $55, $65, $75, $80, $85; discounts for groups and patrons 30 and younger

  • The title, content, photos/images and description for this event were provided to the NHCC by the organization renting the NHCC venue for the event. By serving as a venue and posting the event on its website, the NHCC is not endorsing any views expressed in the title or description of the event, nor is it endorsing the content of the event.
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Siembra, Latino Theatre Season: The House on Mango Street

March 30April 15
Wells Fargo Auditorium
1701 4th Street SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102 United States

Stage Adaptation by Amy Ludwig

March 30-April 2, 2017
Thursday-Saturday 7:30 pm; Sunday 2 pm

April 6-9, 2017
Thursday-Saturday 7:30 pm; Sunday 2 pm

April 13-15, 2017
Thursday & Friday 7:30 pm; Saturday 2 pm & 7:30 pm

Based on the book by celebrated Chicago writer Sandra Cisneros, the stage adaptation, by Amy Ludwig, of The House on Mango Street is a touching and humorous collection of vignettes told by a young girl growing up in one of Chicago’s Latino neighborhoods. Esperanza Cordero dreams of a new life far away from her tiny home on rundown Mango Street in this classic coming-of-age story about those defining experiences that shape our beliefs and help us discover who we are. Presented in partnership with the Vortex Theatre.
$18 w/ $3 discount for students, seniors, & NHCC members; $10 Thursday shows only

*Adapted from THE HOUSE ON MANGO STREET. Copyright © 1984 by Sandra Cisneros.

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Film: El lugar de las fresas

7 pm

Lina, now in her seventies, has always been a farmer, going at dawn to Turin’s Porta Palazzo, Europe’s biggest open air market, to sell her vegetables and strawberries. Her life has always been “home, church, and work,” until she encounters a young Moroccan immigrant looking for a job. The filmmaker’s documentation of their evolving lives and relationship over the next several years addresses themes of immigration, globalization, and transformation, as well as the enduring value of working with the land. Presented in partnership with Instituto Cervantes as part of the Bank of America Free Thursday Film Series.

2015; directed by Maite Vitoria Daneris; Spanish with English subtitles; 93 minutes; not rated.
Free ticketed event; tickets available one hour before show

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Revolutions International Theatre Festival: Engine, Un día más sobre la tierra

8 pm

Engine, from Argentina and France, presents Un día más sobre la tierra, a concert featuring violent and sophisticated guitars, overlapped by the raw voices of two actor-musicians. The songs, woven of Latin American rhythms and rock dynamics, punctuated by simple and powerful theatrical ruptures, poetically tell the story of an ancient device floating unseen over the skies of the world. The elegant protagonists sing without stopping, dance scandalously, and throw themselves on the floor with attractive complicity. Engine, the always invisible machine, carries the rhythm of the concert. They evoke it with their songs, and if the machine appears, they might remember something special.  If not, it will have been a great waste of vital forces, and people will wonder how only a couple of people can make such a sublime mess.
$26 w/ $6 discount for students & seniors; group rates available

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April 2017
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¡Vamos al Museo!

10:30 am to 12:00 pm

The National Hispanic Cultural Center is pleased to offer children’s programming on the first Saturday morning of every month. This is a fun and engaging artist-led family program.  This month the artist will be Kenny Chavez. Families (limited to 25 participants) get a 30-minute museum tour focused on an art form, source inspiration, artist or type of material.  Following the tour, the whole family can create their own artwork in the Pete V. Domenici Education Building Creative Classroom.

A great morning of art-making for children of all ages and families of all sizes!

Please pre-register using the link HERE (so we know how many materials to prepare)

For more information please call or email Elena Baca at 505-246-2261 or ElenaD.Baca@state.nm.us
Free, $5 donations are encouraged to support the artists & purchase supplies

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Saturdays in the Museum

April 1
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2 pm to 3 pm

National Hispanic Cultural Center Art Museum presents Saturdays in the Museum Tours every Saturday afternoon starting at 2 pm. Each tour will be different depending on the exhibit and theme.
Free with NHCC Museum admission

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24th Annual César Chávez Day

April 1

March—11 am
Fiesta—12 pm

Join the 24th annual César Chávez Day celebration, with a march—La Marcha de Justicia—beginning at 10:30 am at the Dolores Huerta Gateway Park, picking up additional participants at the National Hispanic Cultural Center at 11:00 am, and ending at noon on the NHCC’s Plaza Mayor. Following the march, the family fiesta at the Center includes poetry, dancing, community exhibits, children’s activities and games, food, a keynote speech by Dolores Huerta, and live music. Additionally, the 2017 César Chávez and Dolores Huerta ¡Sí Se Puede! awards will be presented to people who have served the community in the spirit of the United Farm Workers leaders.

Dolores Huerta, a native of Dawson, New Mexico, was co-founder, with César Chávez, of the United Farm Workers Union. In 2012, Huerta was recognized for her decades of
ceaseless civil rights and labor organizing when Barack Obama granted her the Presidential Medal of Freedom Award, the greatest civilian honor in the United States. Huerta’s appearance at this event coincides with Bernalillo County’s renaming of Gateway Park in the South Valley as Dolores Huerta Gateway Park, and follows on the heels of the world premiere of the movie Dolores, a documentary on Huerta’s life, at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.

Shuttle service and ribbon cutting

Before the march begins, there will be a ribbon cutting ceremony and a keynote address by Dolores Huerta at the park beginning at  9:30 am. Parking is limited at the park so shuttles will pick up participants at the NHCC education building from 8:30-9:30 am. There will be additional shuttles after the ribbon cutting to return people who can’t participate in the march to the NHCC.

This is  a free public event

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New Mexico Medical Cannabis Conference (Rental)

8:30 am – 1:30 pm

The Verdes Foundation and Southwest Organic Producers (SWOP) present the New Mexico Medical Cannabis Conference, with experts in the medical field sharing current cannabis-related applications and protocols. As the first dispensary in New Mexico to offer nursing services, the Verdes Foundation is proud to host this event with Southwest Organic Producers to continue to help patients gain access to cannabis education. The forum will feature doctors and experts who will provide information and commentary that will benefit both patients and practitioners. Speakers include Dr. Donald I. Abrams, University of California-San Francisco Medical Center; Dr. Evan S. Herrmann, Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurobiology (in Psychiatry), Columbia University Medical Center; and Mara Gordon, Aunt Zelda’s, Inc.

PRESALE TICKETS WHICH INCLUDED SWAG BAG ARE SOLD OUT. AT DOOR TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE DAY OF CONFERENCE BUT DO NOT INCLUDE CONFERENCE SWAG BAG.
$20

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Reading & Booksigning: Celia López-Chávez, Epics of Empire and Frontier

2 pm to 4 pm

Join author Celia López-Chávez for a reading from her new book Epics of Empire and Frontier: Alonso de Ercilla and Gaspar de Villagrá as Spanish Colonial Chroniclers.

Epics of Empire and Frontier reveals new ways of thinking about the themes of empire and frontier from the muse of the epic poems La Araucana by the Spanish nobleman Alonso de Ercilla and Historia de la Nueva México by Gaspar de Villagrá, Mexican-born captain under Juan de Oñate in New Mexico, both of which valorize the Spanish conquest of native peoples. Employing historical and literary analysis that goes from the global to the regional, and from the sixteenth to the twenty-first centuries, López-Chávez considers Ercilla and Villagrá not only as writers but as citizens and subjects of the powerful Spanish empire.

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