Arts & Crafts, Inc. (ACE) is hosting a four-day arts and crafts exhibition and competition in Albuquerque’s downtown, Albuquerque’s largest art district.
The event will feature artists from the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia.
ACE said the exhibit will focus on arts, craft, and craftmen in the region.
The Albuquerque Art Museum, a nonprofit, art and crafts museum, has been a fixture of the arts and craft community in Albuquerque for more than 70 years.
The museum has been featured on The Art Show Network’s Top Ten Artists of All Time, and has had several exhibitions in the past, including an Art of the Day show in 2017.
The exhibition will showcase artists in their work.
ACE is partnering with the Albuquerque Arts Commission and the Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce to offer a free art program during the exhibition.
“It’s an incredible opportunity for the Albuquerque community to come together to explore art, crafts and craftsmanship,” said ACE co-founder and executive director Jodi DeGrave.
“We hope that we can help inspire our community and bring a sense of creativity and community to the art world.”
The Albuquerque Arts Museum will open its doors to the public from 6 p.m. to 7 p.
“It’s really a celebration of the art, craft and craftman in the city of Albuquerque,” DeGave said.
The festival will include workshops, exhibitions, and talks about art and craft.
Artists and designers from across the country and around the world will be on hand to share their craft and their craftsmanship.
ACE is seeking local, regional, and international artists for the exhibition, which will be open from January 18 to February 2.
ACE hopes to bring artists from all over the world to Albuquerque to collaborate.
Artists will be chosen based on their work, craftsmanship, and experience.
For more information on the Albuquerque Art Show, visit www.ashlandfestivals.com.