Share Your Talents

Teach a Class

MMAC depends on local artists to inspire us and our community members in expression through art. If you have experience teaching art that would fit within one of our programs, please contact our Program Committee. Artist instructors are financially compensated and materials purchased in part through grants provided by New Mexico Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.

If you have an arts-related event, workshop, or lecture idea for the Manzano Mountain Art Council, please submit this form.

You are the ArtistFull or half-day workshops focused on a specific project or style of art.
After School ArtsPrograms for youth in the Mountainair Public Schools and at our building. Opportunities range from culinary arts to painting.
Art GalleryRunning for 6-8 weeks, we organize 3-4 exhibits in the Art Gallery annually. Read more about Artist Memberships.
Music Opportunities

MMAC works to bring live music to our in-person special events. If you are an experienced musician and interested in enriching the Manzano Mountain region, contact our music coordinator, Michael Hays, by filling out the form below. Musicians are financially compensated for performances. 

Fall Music SeriesSunday afternoon musical performances centered around a theme usually in November. Past series themes were keyboards and string instruments.
Mountainair Sunflower FestivalDuring the all-day event in late August, regional musicians perform on the main stage and at various locations around town.
WestFestIn conjunction with the FFA Rodeo (July), a live band performs for a large two-step and country waltz crowd.
Ask a Music Question or Share Your Information

Follow MMAC on Facebook