Make plans on your calendars for the Fifth Annual Alameda Studio Tour.  The tour will take place on Saturday & Sunday, September 12 & 13.  2015 promises to be even more successful.



2015 Schedule

2015 Call for Artists

2015 Artist Agreement


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2015 Tour Map

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2015 Call for Artists

Growing from the successes of its 2011 - 2014 studio tours, the 5th annual Alameda Studio Tour is announcing a Call for ArtistsThe Alameda area is bounded on South at Osuna, on West at Coors, on North at Sandia Pueblo and on East at Jefferson.  Artists from Los Ranchos are encouraged to participate!

 The 2015 Alameda Studio Tour dates are September 12th and 13th.

 The Alameda studio tour seeks artists to showcase their creativeness in the north valley. The deadline for artisans to sign-up will be June 1.  The fee to participate is $ 125 per artisan.  Click here to view the Artist Agreement.  Alternative Guest Artists welcome - Artists living outside the Alameda area may participate as guest artists and will be given full promotion privileges but are required to each pay the $125 Studio Tour fee.

The Tour will advertise and promote the event in a variety of ways, including via local calendar listings, advertising, full color brochure/mailer with a map, directional signs, a Facebook page, a website, and articles in the paper.

 If you know of any local professional artists or authors who might be interested, please send an email to: The deadline for artisans to sign-up will be June 1.


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    Looking forward in 2015, the fifth annual Alameda Studio Tour is coming in mid-September.  In 2014, 42 professional artists in the Alameda area shared their works and studios Now one of the bigger tours in the Albuquerque area, this tour is full of variety and wonderful quality. You can visit the studios to see blown and stained glass, painting in many mediums, jewelry, recycled art, photography, furniture, mosaics, printmaking, mixed media, and pottery, as well as visiting a alpaca farm, where wool is spun and woven into wearable art.

    Our community has a history that many local residents aren't aware of. In the 1700s, Alameda was a farming and ranching community that engaged in trade with local pueblo Indians. The Plaza de Alameda was the original center, and consisted of a few adobes residences and a private chapel, La Nuestra Senora de la Conception, built by Juan Gonzales-Bas in 1712. Through the ensuing two centuries the settlers endured floods but continue to enrich the area. Today the Alameda area remains a splendid pastoral green belt between Albuquerque's bustling east and west sides.

    We hope you will make plans to tour the studios and enjoy the personal and inspiring experience of art and craft studios, purchase something to remember your journey by, and enjoy the beauty of New Mexico in September, with the aroma of green chile roasting, hot air balloons above and the Rio Grande's cottonwoods below.

 see the 2014 TOUR MAP click here