Posts Tagged: old town

Community is Key to New Mexico’s Largest Co-op Gallery

Community and co-op blend into Amapola Gallery Albuquerque Artisans plus Albuquerque equals Amapola Gallery. It was our theme song last year, our 35th, and it remains true. We are a fellowship of forty artists (more or less) united by our common interest in maintaining our gallery, which provides display space for our work and collegiality… Read more »

Upcoming Renovation at Historic Romero House

Amapola Gallery is located in historic Romero House, (Read more in last year’s post about how perfect this historic location is for our Gallery.) right on the Plaza in Old Town. We’ve been here for well over a decade and pleased we are, too. (Sounds a little Yoda -ish; must be the influence of Star Wars!)… Read more »

10 Terrific Tidbits About Old Town Albuquerque

Get Re-Acquainted With Old Town Albuquerque Old Town Albuquerque can fall off your radar. It’s truly an Albuquerque treasure and we invite you to brush up on Old Town with these 10 Terrific Tidbits: 10. Walking in Old Town means you walk in the steps of the Conquistadors. It’s a tiny area with a big… Read more »

35 Things We Love About Old Town Albuquerque

Old Town Albuquerque is particularly near and dear to the hearts of Amapola Gallery members. But we thoughts you might enjoy this recap of why we feel as we do: A historic part of Albuquerque, an area small in size but enormous in variety and impact Shady, restful plaza where you can sit and watch… Read more »

Tour our Cooperative Art Gallery – Virtually!

A tour of Amapola Gallery, a cooperative art gallery, begins with the cheerful courtyard. This, or the lounge or the lounge downstairs, complete with free wi-fi, are restful places to enjoy your frozen yogurt, coffee and soft drinks from Yay Yogurt, our downstairs neighbor. While downstairs, you can tour the eight-piece display of wall art… Read more »

About Parking in Old Town…

I’ve heard it said:  “There’s no place to park in Old Town.” Nothing could be further from the truth. Speaking for one of two all-New Mexico cooperatives, and one of twenty-plus galleries in Old Town, I can tell you, “That just ain’t so.” Except for the very rare special occasion, there’s always a place to park!… Read more »