EVENTS CALENDAR

Along with art classes we also host house concerts, an art gallery, art receptions, community meetings, and members-only salons.  Check out our calendar to see upcoming events, and to register and pay online.  Our  Events Calendar also reflects arts and cultural events going on in Corrales. Please contact the organization directly for more information. 

Upcoming events

    • July 22, 2018
    • 3:00 PM
    • Corrales Arts Center

    Terrance J. Brown, presenter

    Mayan Ruins
    Central and South America
    Egypt and Asia

    Vietnam War

    Join us for an illuminating slideshow presentation, centering on Brown's pen-and-ink sketches and anecdotes from a lifetime's worth of working and traveling in interesting areas around the world.


    Copies of Brown's book will be available for purchase $35.

    This Village in the Village Educational Talk is free and open to the public.


    • July 24, 2018
    • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Corrales Arts Center
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    Students will learn the basics of color theory to help them learn about primary and complementary colors.  They will also be learning different techniques to make flow painting using different materials such as glue, soap and water, and acrylic paints.  Advanced level workshops will be discussed for those interested in more details and techniques.  For students age 16 and up.  

    INSTRUCTOR: Lily Robles.  Also known as Ms. Bella, Lily received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from UNM in 2013.  She has always had a love for art and works in a variety of mediums such as painting, drawing, calligraphy and photography.  She has worked at Montezuma Elementary School as a special education teacher as well as a camp guide for the Harwood Art Center.  She truly enjoys teaching and seeing  her student's excitement in expressing themselves through their art.  

    TUITION:  $58.50 CAC Members, $65 Non Members.  All basic materials are included. A Take-Home Kit will be available for $35 that provides everything you need to continue your Flow Painting work.

    • August 04, 2018
    • 7:30 PM
    • Corrales Arts Center
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    Awna Teixeira is a Canadian born singer songwriter and multi instrumentalist who made her mark as a partner in the much loved folk roots duo Po Girl. She has been touring and recording solo for the last few years and will be bringing her beautifully crafted songs to the Corrales Arts Center August 4th at 7:30 PM, accompanying herself on guitars and accordion. There is a $15 recommended donation with all proceeds to the artist.  Doors open at 7:00.  For more information call 505-980-6161 or music@occsionalmusic.net.  

    • August 05, 2018
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Corrales Arts Center

    Please join us for an Artist's Reception for Dye Fusion - a group of seven women whose love of quilting and beautiful fabrics bring to life scenes of New Mexico's landscapes.  The artists will describe how they dye their fabrics and construct their quilts into works of art.  The group will also be hosting a Clothesline Sale featuring small quilts and wearables at affordable prices.  Light refreshments will be served.  

    • September 22, 2018
    • 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Corrales Bistro Brewery
    • 70
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    "I laughed so hard there were tears streaming down my cheeks!"  audience member                            

    In this hour-long Gonzo Opera* a Ms. American Pageant on live TV goes hopelessly wrong.  A biting, yet hilarious critique of “meat market” beauty pageants. Featuring  a talent show duet from "Italian" opera. AND THE WINNER IS. . .   Libretto and original story by Thomas B. Woodward adapted from his stage play. Music by Emmy winner Daniel Steven Crafts, composer of Too Much Coffee Man Opera.

    Starring Esther Moses Bergh, Paul Bower, Cammy Cook and Andre Garcia-Nuthman. Gabriel-Lee Gutierrez , clarinet; Lauren Harris, flute; Andreas Landstedt, piano. Directed by Jean Fish-Enclade.

    *What exactly is Gonzo Opera?

    1)      It is real opera -- not musical theater and not a parody of the genre.  It uses beautiful classically-trained voices and allows them to demonstrate all the marvelous attributes of traditional vocal technique. The Gonzo style is full of melodymemorable melody that shows off the voices in the best possible light.  But

    2)      Gonzo Opera takes as its subject matter outrageous comedy/satire, heretofore completely foreign to opera. It is as contemporary as the movies. No pathetic, dying heroines here. Shannon Wheeler’s Too Much Coffee Man comic was made into an opera with great success. This was the first of the Gonzo operas.

     The ultimate goal of presenting this new enlightened format is the re-invention of the operatic form in our times.  By making it relevant and relatable in satiric contexts, we introduce the magnificent effect of opera to new audiences who may never have realized they could enjoy the genre in a popular form.

      Support your local restaurant!  

      Have drinks and dinner before the opera!  

    Sponsored by The Brabson Library and Educational Foundation Inc. - a philanthropic family foundation that honors the grantors and reflects the family's passion for bold, innovative ideas that may have a significant and long-term impact, especially in education and the arts.  


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