National Hispanic Cultural Center

The National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico is dedicated to the study, advancement, and presentation of Hispanic culture, arts, and humanities. Since its grand opening in 2000, the National Hispanic Cultural Center has staged over 20 art exhibitions and 400 programs in the visual, performing, and literary arts. Programs have featured local, national and international artists, scholars and entertainers. The National Hispanic Cultural Center provides venues for visitors to learn about Hispanic culture throughout the world. The Center currently sponsors two literary awards, the Premio Aztlán Literary Prize established in 1993 by Rudolfo and Patricia Anaya for emerging Chicana/o writers, and the National Hispanic Cultural Center Literary Award, awarded biennially to an author whose body of work has become influential.

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Please visit the National Hispanic Cultural Center Research Library website for more information.