Snag some free culture before 1 PM on Sundays


Both of the Albuquerque Department of Cultural Services Museums offer free entry on Sunday mornings between 9AM – 1 PM. (There are a few exceptions during major holidays, so check the website for details.) So if you’re looking for something to do this morning that won’t empty the wallet, head out to a museum with your family and friends and see what’s new.

Our Lady of Guadalupe, 1995. Kathleen Sais Lerner. Natural-dyed commercial Persian wool yarn, cotton muslin ground cloth. Courtesy of the artist

Albuquerque Museum of Art and History
Hours today: 9 AM – 5 PM
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Check out:

Colcha: Embroidered Connections – exhibit available until March 31 with more than twenty examples of historic and contemporary colchas.

A Passionate Light: Polaroids by H. Joe Waldrum  – exhibit available until April 10. Examine the artist’s way of looking and thinking in an exhibition comprised of more than 900 of Waldrum’s one-of-a-kind Polaroid images capturing his surroundings.

 

AAI Balloon Museum
Hours: Tues – Sun 9AM – 5 PM
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Check out

Cluster Balloons: From Lawn Chairs to Cosmic Rays exhibit combining history, art and science of flying cluster balloons alongside information on the criteria cluster balloon pilots employ when designing their aircraft.

Sky Sailing!: a special exhibition celebrating sailplanes, paragliders and hang gliders.

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