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South Broadway Cultural Center

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LF505 wrote a review Dec 2016
Albuquerque, New Mexico78 contributions24 helpful votes
We are so fortunate to have this amazing facility in Albuquerque! Library, art gallery, theater, & multi-use otherwise venue that is beautiful inside & outside with a fantastic staff that is happy to share info on the grand variety of events & activities found on site. Plus, there is a park next door as a delightful bonus! I adore the SBCC!
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Date of experience: December 2016
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SongbirdSpirtWalker wrote a review Mar 2016
Albuquerque, New Mexico63 contributions21 helpful votes
SBCC deserves to be called the "People's Place." This facility is positioned in an community called the South Broadway Community. The South Broadway Community is a unique mix of African-American, Latino and Anglo residents who all need the services provided by the library and the cultural center which are both housed at this site. In it's heyday there were many programs that were subsidized so that the local community could afford to attend programs for $5, $6, $8, $10 and $12.00. I believe that prices today range from $7.00 up with a great number of free programs and activities. There is a theater that seats approximately 312-318 people I believe. The stage is at a great level for the eye and the space feels intimate and cozy. Visitors can enjoy all types of music, plays, dances, and there have been great films shown here. Some have been a part of the Latino Film Festival or Chicano Film Festival. I have attended performances and presentations that addressed such topics as the German Black youth left in Germany after the war. The audience was allowed to ask questions and interact with the panel. There are holiday programs and one popular program is "El Dia De Los Muertos" or "Day of the Dead." During October there are altars, the scent of hundreds of marigolds and people dressed in colorful attire along with music and community participation. There are events such as the "John Lewis" tribute to a jazz legend. There is large room that can be divided into three rooms for meetings, an art gallery, a public library with wi-fi and public computer access. Upon making a visit to one of the many wonderful programs at the South Broadway Cultural Center you may be surprised to find Aztec dancers in full regalia dancing freely outside! There are indoor and outdoor murals there at this facility which are historic and interesting. Tickets for shows or presentations can be purchased on-site during open hours which includes some weekends. The library has books for all ages and many summer programs as well as a summer reading program that is coordinated by the Albuquerque Public Library team and local staff. The programs are free. Public, Private and Home school visitors should use the library facility as it has been designed for the community. If curious about the history of the Cultural Center and Library do inquire with staff for information. The City should have historical records on the library and cultural center. The Special Collections Library across from the Artichoke Cafe also have historical information and records to assist with historical facts and geneology. The SBCC facility is steeped in a rich history that reflects the movement of the many people of the South Broadway Community. There is an online website to find out more about the current events and activities for your family, friends and for tourists.
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Date of experience: March 2016
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