Albuquerque invited to join in local gallery’s 10th anniversary

December 1, 2016 by  

Albuquerque’s 516 Arts will be celebrating its 10th anniversary, and has issued an invitation to the public to come and share in the festivities.

To mark the occasion, an exhibit entailed DECADE has been organized. It will contain pieces of work by the many different artists that have worked with the institution since it first opened its doors 10 years ago. They come from the local area, as well as across the state, country, and around the world. A printer can supply marketing services that will help to get the word out to the public about an event such as this.

An assortment of themes will be covered in the exhibit, all of which have been explored since the gallery opened. These include land-based and environmentalism-based art, new media, street art, science and technology, social engagement, and public art. In addition to the works found onsite, the displays will also link back to the different artistic instillations that have been placed around the city and the areas that surround it.

According to 516 Arts:

“This exhibition spreads awareness about the urban core and its connectivity to the rest of the city.”

The exhibition will open to the public on January 7, 2017. There is no admission fee to enter the gallery, which is located at 516 Central Avenue South West in Albuquerque. and all are welcome. More information can be found on its website.