At its very best, contemporary art fosters a feeling of communal ownership over space, strengthens neighborhood ties, and allows locals to see and appreciate what is represented within the emotions of their cities. 516 ARTS — Albuquerque’s select contemporary art museum now in its 17th year — sends a clear message: contemporary art is good […]
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As Fourth of July celebrations go, Albuquerque’s Freedom 4th Festival is high on the list of things to experience, whether you’re a visitor to the Duke City, or a longtime resident of New Mexico. Converting the Balloon Fiesta Park into a free red, white, and blue celebration of patriotism, the festival is a full day […]
One of the most dramatic and eye-catching features of Albuquerque is the Sandia Mountains which dominate the view to the east of town. The range is approximately 17 miles long, running from north to south, and has a maximum elevation of 10,678 feet at Sandia Crest.