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Don’t miss any of the Littleglobe events during February and March:

Reply to with any questions you have on any of the events listed below:


Sunday, Feb. 8: 1:00- 3:30 pm

Dialogue: “Between Two Worlds: Folk Artists Reflect

on the Immigrant Experience”

Gallery of Conscience, Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe

Space is limited, RSVP required. First-come, first-served.

Contact: or call 505 476-1212.


The Museum of International Folk Art Gallery of Conscience team is pleased to invite you to take part in a community-based dialogue as part of its current exhibit, “Between Two Worlds: Folk Artists Reflect on the Immigrant Experience,” which explores the interrelated themes of living between worlds and the struggle to belong, through the lens of traditional arts. The dialogue will give you an opportunity to tour the exhibit, meet your neighbors, and explore together some of your ideas about the themes of home, belonging, place and displacement that are raised by the artworks in the exhibit. The series is part of the National Dialogues on Immigration Project of the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience.



Monday, Feb. 9: 1:30 pm

New Mexico Legislature

House Appropriations and Finance Committee

State Capitol, Santa Fe


Attend the House Appropriations and Finance Committee meeting which is considering increased funding for New Mexico Arts and Arts Education through the Department of Cultural Affairs.  New Mexico Arts has been a consistent supporter of Littleglobe’s work in communities.



Saturday, February 14: 7-10 pm

Sunday, February 15: 4-6 pm

Arts, Crafts & Global Fusion Fashion Show

VSA North Fourth Art Center

4904 Fourth Street NW, ABQ 87107

Tickets: $10 at the door

Info:  505-345-2872

Presented by New Mexico Women’s Global Pathways and created by refugee, immigrant and indigenous artisans of New Mexico, the two-day event offers traditionally inspired fashion, music and drumming, handmade crafts and foods and a representation of the many cultures found within Albuquerque city limits. This event is part of the citywide collaboration:  On the Map: Unfolding Albuquerque Art + Design. For information, visit:





Friday, March 6:  12-2 pm

Asian American Day, International District Day

NM State Capitol Rotunda, Santa Fe


Please show up and show your support for our Asian American neighbors, families, colleagues, and friends and for the wonderful community of Albuquerque’s International District.


IF YOU WOULD LIKE A FREE BUS RIDE FROM ABQ TO SANTA FE, please contact Littleglobe and let us know how many seats you wish to reserve on the bus.  We plan to leave ABQ at 9:30 am and be back in ABQ by 3 pm.  Please contact us ASAP or by Monday, February 16th with your request.  First come, first served–spaces limited.




Since 2011, Littleglobe has been working with the Albuquerque International District community–residents, families, neighborhood associations, service organizations, and fellow non-profits.

One of our projects, “Stories of Route 66: The International District,” has been engaging residents in collaborative art and creative placemaking–creating and strengthening community relationships, transforming neighborhood spaces, and generating individual and collective capacity.

In 2014, Littleglobe collaborated with over 130 community members in the International District every Sunday

for 7 months. This “community ensemble” envisioned and co-created several works of art that premiered during the ID LIVE! weekend of July 26-27, 2014. Currently, the UNM School of Architecture and Planning–inspired by July works of art and in collaboration with residents–is designing a permanent “story plaza” that will be built along Route 66/Central Avenue in the ID. Find a full project description


Since July of 2014, Littleglobe continues to work with community members on a range of initiatives identified as community priorities, including the RARERefugees-Helping Refugees Program and Global 505–a coalition of organizations serving our immigrant and refugee communities.


The “Stories of Route 66” project is being funded, in part, by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts/Our Town Program; the McCune Charitable Foundation; the FUNd at the Albuquerque Community Foundation; the NM Legislature/State Senator Tim Keller; City of Albuquerque/City Councilor Rey Garduno; Bernalillo County/County Commissioner Maggie Hart Stebbins; the Global Education Fund; New Mexico Arts (a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs), the Jessica Love Foundation, and a wide range of in-kind donors, including PB&J Famil

y Services and La Montanita Coop. See th

e full list of our wonderful supporters



Project partners:

Littleglobe, the City of Albuquer-que/Cultural Services Department, the International District Healthy Communities Coalition, University of New Mexico School of Architecture and Planning, Story of Place Institute, BernCo, and the Albuquerque Metropolitan Flood Control Authority.



Images above and left

art co-created by community members in the International District with the Littleglobe artist team, April-July, 2014.