Original post by our long-standing partner, @hotelandaluzalbuquerque “Just one block from the hotel at the start of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue you’ll find a stunning streetscape by Noé Barnett @nb.artistry titled: Mountain Top. “We’ve got some difficult days ahead. But it really doesn’t matter with me now because I’ve been to the mountaintop… I’ve looked over and I’ve seen the promised land. I may not get there with you. But I want you to know tonight that we as a people will get to the promised land.” – #drmartinlutherkingjr, April 3, 1968 [photo @joshua.kupo]”

Opportunity! • @harwoodartcenter “Employment Opportunities for this year’s Summer Art Camp! Apply to be a teaching artist or a Camp Guide! More info and applications can be found in our bio. Summer Art Camp will be held in person on Harwood’s campus this summer ☀️⠀ ⠀ We are looking for Teaching Artists with innovative arts curricula for our Summer Art Camp. Summer Art Camp offers in-depth skill building as well as opportunities for both individual and collaborative creative exploration for campers ages 6 – 14.⠀ ⠀ We are also looking for hard-working individuals interested in an exciting summer job opportunity working with children ages 6 – 14 in a creative environment to guide campers in Harwood’s Summer Art Camp program.”

Gallery with a Cause features Tatulli! • @gallerywithacause “Focus on Tatulli! After her retirement from a government job, Tatulli decided to follow her life’s passion. All her experiences and interests, love for the nature, poetry, history, and adventure are strongly embedded in her artistic process. Tatulli’s art is influenced by the symbolism and mysticism of Rossetti and Vrubel, as well as the primitivism of Cézanne, Picasso, Kandinsky, and Chagall’s fauvism. Tatulli is interested in light, color, symbols, composition, perception of the moment, atmospheric feelings and not so much about realistic depiction. She uses oil, acrylic, and palette knife to create fusion images of real life and dreams in Alla Prima technique. Tatulli’s dreamlike impressionistic oil paintins are part of our current 385 piece exhibition “The Art of Healing,” through February 18. View the exhibition on our Gallery With A Cause website, or make an appointment abstract with gallery director Regina Held for a gallery tour.” #painting #gallerywithacause #helpcancerpatientsinneed

From mharwoodartcenter “We are so excited for this upcoming exhibition, ArtStreet Unmasked, a collection of work by the artists of ArtStreet that asks the question “what does it mean to be unmasked?” This marks the 25th anniversary of exhibition partnership between Albuquerque Heath Care for the Homeless and Harwood Art Center. 🎉 Save the date for the exhibition reception happening Saturday, February 5th from 4:30p-6:30p at Harwood! Proof of vaccination against Covid-19 and masks are required.”