• Welcome

    From the familiar to unexpected, fall in love with Hispanic cultures at the National Hispanic Cultural Center

    Barbara Richardson Plazuela

  • Domingos en Arte: Maferefun Orisha, A Salute to the Saints

    July 22, 7:30 pm

    Fountain Courtyard

  • Domingos en Arte: Changüi Majadero

    July 29, 7:30 pm

    Fountain Courtyard

  • Bosque Chile Festival 2018

    August 18

    Plaza Mayor

Plan Your Visit

The familiar and unexpected await you on your next visit to the National Hispanic Cultural Center. Don’t wait!

Come fall in love with Hispanic culture

  • Performing Arts

    Spanning three stages, the NHCC's Performing Arts Program brings international, national and local artists to perform everything from contemporary to traditional music, dance and theatre. Learn more.

  • Visual Arts

    The NHCC's Visual Arts Program collects, preserves, researches, exhibits and interprets Hispanic works of art from New Mexico and throughout the world, including through an 11,000 square-foot Art Museum. Learn more.

  • History & Literary Arts

    The NHCC's History and Literary Arts Program documents, preserves and makes accessible Hispanic history, cultural traditions and literature through its library, genealogy center, archives, exhibitions, lectures and book-readings. Learn more.

  • Education

    Providing motivating and meaningful educational opportunities and experiences for all ages, the NHCC Education Program's events range across all of the disciplines found at the NHCC - visual arts, music, culinary arts, theatre, dance, literary arts, history, and film - and go further into the sciences and wellness, all through the lens of Hispanic cultures. Learn more.

Come fall in love with Hispanic culture

  • Performing Arts

    Spanning three stages, the NHCC's Performing Arts Program brings international, national and local artists to perform everything from contemporary to traditional music, dance and theatre. Learn more.

  • Visual Arts

    The NHCC's Visual Arts Program collects, preserves, researches, exhibits and interprets Hispanic works of art from New Mexico and throughout the world, including through an 11,000 square-foot Art Museum. Learn more.

  • History & Literary Arts

    The NHCC's History and Literary Arts Program documents, preserves and makes accessible Hispanic history, cultural traditions and literature through its library, genealogy center, archives, exhibitions, lectures and book-readings. Learn more.

  • Education

    Providing motivating and meaningful educational opportunities and experiences for all ages, the NHCC Education Program's events range across all of the disciplines found at the NHCC - visual arts, music, culinary arts, theatre, dance, literary arts, history, and film - and go further into the sciences and wellness, all through the lens of Hispanic cultures. Learn more.