Upcoming Events

Current Exhibit Online Only

Celebración de las Artes Hispanas


See this exhibit featuring Hispanic art from traditional to contemporary honoring the history and current culture of our region. The show runs through April 27, 2020.

Art pictured by Lorenzo Romero and Rudolf Armijo Cavalier.

View the Gallery

Manzano Mountain 
Coloring Book Challenge!

Coloring Book

Don’t go stir crazy while stuck at home! Calling all artists to help MMAC create a coloring book that represents the landscape, animals, people, history, and art of our region. 

Submit a line drawing to be included in a new Manzano Mountain coloring book. Submissions will be voted upon and the top three artists will win a $25 gift certificate from B Street Market. Your submission includes permission to use your drawing in a coloring book, for MMAC projects and activities.


  • Size: fit to 8.5” x 11” (vertical) 
  • Color: black lines on white background 
  • Format: hand-drawn or digital (300 dpi +)

Submissions: email to mmacevents@gmail.com
Deadline: April 30, 2020
Credits: Include your name, social media account, age, town    


You are the Artist
to April 26


Community Decorative Tin
You are the Artist workshop
Sunday, March 29, 2020, 10 am–1 pm OR 2–5 pm

Make your own tin ornament AND contribute to a community art project—two eight-foot long tin panels installed on a beam over the South Gate of Mustang Plaza.

Everyone takes home an ornament, but the primary purpose of this workshop is to leave an artistic mark on our Mountainair community inspired by Pop Shaffer's design in the Shaffer Hotel dining room.

Location: MMAC Center, 101 E Broadway, Mountainair NM
Cost to attend: $5

Instructor: Anne Ravenstone

This workshop is limited to 12 beginning or returning tin art participants per session. To RSVP contact Anne Ravenstone at 505-847-0109 or by email

Programs are made possible by the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs, NM Arts, The New Mexico Humanities Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional sponsors include the Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument and TCAS.

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