ArtsThrive: Art Exhibition & Benefit
March 5 - April 16
ArtsThrive: Art Exhibition & Benefit is a juried exhibition and sale hosted by the Albuquerque Museum Foundation and held at the Albuquerque Museum. The exhibition will be on view to the public March 5 – April 16, 2023. ● All artwork will be available for purchase from our online catalog beginning Sunday, March 5, 11 a.m.
Take a Virtual Tour of the ArtsThrive Gallery
2023 ARTSTHRIVE ARTISTS
Soulaf Abas, Jane Abrams, Donna L. Aldrich, Brandon Allebach, Lee Andre, David Antreasian, Jo Antreasian, Elena Baca, Jennifer Bain, Stephanie Baness, Linda Barlow, Françoise Barnes, Monique Belitz, Angela Berkson, Karen Bexfield, Patty Bilbro, Kevin Black, Tom Blazier, Kathryn Bowman, Teresa Brooks, Jean-Marc Brugeilles, Sharon Brush, Charlie Burk, Michele Byrne, Carol Carpenter, Emma Casady, Christopher Casey, Nancy A. Cervenka, Cael Chappell, Sean Michael Chavez, Jill Christian, Barbara Coleman, Vicki Conley, J. Alan Constant, Donna Loraine Contractor, Dave Cook, Jeff Corwin, C. Scott DeWeese, Mark A. Dierker, Chanel Doinoff, Cindy Dominguez, Sara Drower, Sarah Drummond, Bryce Fletcher Hample, Phyllis Floyd, Joann Francomano & James Cole, Heather Gallegos-Rex, Richard Garriott-Stejskal, Chuck Gibbon, Doug Gillis, Kirk Gittings, Cheryl Godin, Alison Green, Cathy Haight, Julianne Harvey, Larry C Haught, Sandy Hill, Peggy Immel, Steve Immel, Katherine Irish, Bill Jehle, Alexis Kaminsky, Vasili Katakis, David Koch, Thomas Leiblein, Ellen Chávez de Leitner, Jen Lesea, Orlando Leyba, Dennis Liberty, Annell Livingston, Lucy Maki, Zahra Marwan, Tim Novara, Joe A. Oakes, Margy O’Brien, Andrew Orr, April Park, Grace Parliman, Andrea Pichaida, Colin Poole, Kristine Poole, Richard Prather, Tim Prythero, Aaron Richardson, Elizabeth Rickert, Jannelle Riley, James Ritchie, Holly Roberts, Rocío Rodríguez, Rémy Rotenier, Vanessa Rusczyk, Maria Samora, Carol C. Sánchez, Larry Schulte, Dan Shaffer, Egor Shokoladov, Vera Sprunt, Christa Stephens, Mary Ann Strandell, Kevin Tolman, Harriette Tsosie, Ross Van Dusen, Hilda Appel Volkin, Susan Weeks, David Welch, Juan Wijngaard, P.K. Williams, Robert Wilson, Max Woltman, Sheryl Zacharia, Molly Zimmer, Susan Zimmerman
View video interviews with select ArtsThrive artists.
Thank you ArtsThrive sponsors
|Richard Van Dongen|
VIEW THE 2023 SPONSORSHIP PACKET
Join us for one of these ArtsThrive events! Online ticket sales are closed. Tickets may be purchased at the door on the day of the event on a first-come, first-served basis from 6 to 7 p.m. Doors close at 7:15 p.m. For more information, call Elaine Richardson at 505-677-8491.
March 2, 6 – 9 p.m.
Tickets: $135 each
March 4, 6 – 10 p.m.
Tickets: $85 each
|Off the Wall ● Members Only
April 16, 3 – 5 p.m.
ArtsThrive is held annually and is organized by the Albuquerque Museum Foundation, a not-for-profit organization helping to fund vital educational and exhibition programs at the Albuquerque Museum. Artwork that is selected to take part in the exhibition is for sale to the public for the duration of the show, with 60% of art sales going back to the artist.
All purchased artwork will be available for pick up after the ArtsThrive exhibition concludes on April 16, 2023. Shipment of all artwork will be at the expense of the purchaser. Shipping and pick up arrangements may be coordinated by emailing the ArtsThrive administrator. For more information, call the Albuquerque Museum Foundation at 505-677-8500.
THE HISTORY OF ARTSTHRIVE
In 1990, Albuquerque Museum Foundation launched The Miniatures Show, the most successful fundraising event in the history of the Foundation and Albuquerque Museum. Led by the commitment, vision, and devotion of artist and patron Betty Sabo (1928-2016), Miniatures & More enabled collectors to have access to exceptional artists; provided essential funding to the Museum; and support the prolific artist community in Albuquerque and beyond.
In 2017, the event was re-branded as ArtsThrive: Art Exhibition and Benefit. The new name and identity spoke to those who are passionate about art, appealed to a broader audience, and communicated the longevity and success of this fundraiser. Today, ArtsThrive continues to be an important part of Albuquerque’s cultural community, supporting Albuquerque Museum and the artists who participate.