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Albuquerque's Youth Art & Entertainment Center is located in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico.
We offer a safe, structured and supervised facility to youth and young adults six to twenty years old. We provide a wide range of programming and events that are driven and focused by youth for youth.
Come take a tour of our facility. Walk-ins are welcome.
Albuquerque's Youth Art & Entertainment Center
Join us for the most intense, adrenaline pumping camp you can participate in New Mexico. Xtreme Camp is a week-long day camp (8am-5pm), designed to get male and female youth (11-17) out into the NM wilderness. Youth will participate in a different activity everyday throughout different locations in our state.
Beginner's Xtreme Camp is available the following weeks:
June 27 - July 1
Intermediate camp is open only to participants who attended a previous Xtreme Camp (including the last 2 years) Intermediate Camp builds on the skills learned in previous camps and takes the challenge to the next level. Locations are almost all different and most certainly more challenging. This will be available:
Xtreme Camp will help build outdoor skills, self-confidence, and teamwork.
All necessary equipment and safety gear is provided. Participant must pack their own lunch and water bottle.
Sign up today for only $199 to reserve your very limited spot.
Sign up at NMXsports.org
For more information contact Eddie at 505.296.2738
Join NMX Sports as we kick off the summer and help celebrate National Go Skateboarding Day! Meet up Tuesday, June 21st at Los Altos Skate Park, and receive a free shuttle ride from the skate park to the staging area at Albertson's on Juan Tabo & Lomas from 1:30pm-3:30pm.
1:30pm-3:30pm shuttles courtesy of West Side Boys & NMX Sports
4pm Bomb Lomas with escorts courtesy of Highway Supply & Albuquerque Ambulance
5pm-7pm Game of S.K.A.T.E. courtesy of Silver Skate Shop
Hippy Jump Contest courtesy of Duke City Bombers & Skate City Supply
Hot Dogs courtesy of inDusTRial Rideshop
FREE product giveaways courtesy of Haven Skateshop
FREE event for the entire family, please join us!!!
The YCC is a collective of artists, xtreme athletes, and community arts advocates who are the youth governing body of NMX Sports and Warehouse 508, providing a youth perspective on programming, events and community outreach.
The YCC meets weekly and is open to young people ages 14-20. Join us any Wednesday at 6pm in the MacShack.
WEDNESDAYS 6-7:30PM FREE
DJ Flo Fader is a renowned hiphop artist who toured the world with JLive, EMC, and Masta Ace before settling in Albuquerque. Flo Fader dj's all over New Mexico and mentors youth about turntablism with a focus on scratching, mixing, music selection, and presentation.
James Black is the Owner and Lead Art Director at 111 Media Collective. He graduated from UNM with a BFA in studio art in 2004 with concentration in printmaking, specifically working with Monotype relief prints, Intaglio etchings, and Serigraphy. James started the screen printing program at Warehouse 508 and is the head of the live screen printing event team “TShirt Lab”.View More
Kailani Campbell is a full time graphic designer and artist. She paints with several mediums but prefers to use spray paint and acrylic.View More
Instructor Veia has been practicing capoeira for 7 years under Professor Tinta Forte of Gingarte Capoeira Chicago.View More
Matt is a former teacher from the Somerville School of Music in New Jersey and a current instructor with the New Mexico School of Music. A founder of the Somerset Jazz Consortium, band leader and songwriter, Matt is focused on simplifying music theory into directly applied techniques for songwriting.View More
Mikala is a junior at Colorado College, majoring in Studio Art and minoring in Education. She is currently studying Urban Design in Copenhagen for the semester.
Sofia is a sophomore at Occidental College, majoring in Sociology and minoring in Studio Art. She has worked as an assistant art teacher at the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History for the past 4 years.
Ben is a theater teacher at Amy Biehl. He produced the documentary "You Took My Toys Away" in support of a homeless man who sells roses downtown on the weekends. Ben is a community activist, actor, teacher and member of our community.View More
Teresa Romero obtained her degree in Fashion Design from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM), San Francisco, CA back in 1996. Teresa Romero Atelier creates custom, oneofakind wedding dresses and lingerie. teresaromero.com Teresa enjoys teaching the art of sewing and design and hopes to encourage others to follow their passions in the creative arts.View More
Estevan "Rico" Ramirez is a multimedia artist from and currently living in Albuquerque, NM. Beginning as a documentarian and growing into a international video and photo producer and director with a BFA in cinematography from the Interdisciplinary Film and Digital Media department at the University of New Mexico.
Presently, Rico has been teaching digital media to ages 1120, creating social media content for national and international businesses while freelancing for over five years. He has been documenting and sharing skateboard videos worldwide for over 10 years.
Professionaly certified, passionately motivated audio engineer, emcee, beat maker, producer and educator. Founder and lead architect behind Visceral View Entertainment, defined as “Conviction Arising From One’s Mental Or Spiritual Being, Obtained Through Intuition Rather Than Reasoning”.View More
Record and mix your music! Book studio time and get in the game! Artists will experience a professional feel of recording and mixing to produce projects and albums. Writing exercises are available as well as live performance workshops, and mixing training.View More
Bring your ideas to life! New and seasoned photographers will experience the power of storyboarding and the creative process that happens before the shot.View More
Learn techniques, music, history and choreography of belly dance! Students should take away a basic understanding of types of movement, choreographic elements, isolations, and apply their skills at the end of the semester performance. Students will choose music and help with the choreographic process and costuming in order to prepare for public performances.View More
Record, edit, upload and promote a podcast! Content will be 508 focused with interviews and information about classes, instructors, and students. Learn basic audio editing software, how to upload audio to a website and distribute via social media.View More
The Urban Arts class is centered on the basic illustrative fundamentals of Hip Hop oriented art. From characters to graffiti lettering, students will study the history, cultural aspects and look of urban art as well as display their own art around others with similar interests.View More
Say What?!? Don't miss this opportunity to advance artistically as a rapper/MC! Freestyle rhyme exercises will develop and sharpen your individual style. Song and rhyme writing techniques will be shared, and students will have the opportunity to learn and try various styles of rhyming/writing.View More
Ever wonder what it takes to be the person who makes your favorite band or artist sound good? Sound School focuses primarily on basic live sound reinforcement. Students will learn how to hook-up and tear down a club size P.A., set-up microphones, run mixer, basic mixing skills, and stage management.View More
Learn the basics of breakdancing through an interactive, high energy dance class. Bboy Nato Rawk will teach the foundations, history, and culture of breakdancing with a heavy emphasis on fitness. During the semester other dance styles and techniques will be incorporated.View More
Take your creativity to the next level! Learn for the first time or expand your knowledge on the tools within Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator to create digital and print ready designs. This class will teach conception, media ethics, creative thinking, critical thinking and insight on how to make a living as a creative. **This class is required for Screen Printing.View More
Warehouse 508 is pleased to offer financial assistance to students who qualify! We want to make sure that money is not a barrier to participating in our awesome programs. If you would like to be considered for a scholarship, please register for the class you are interested in and complete the following requirements:
• ATTEND AT LEAST ONE YOUTH CREATIVE CREW MEETING - the YCC meets every Wednesday @ 6pm
• DO SOME VOLUNTEER WORK
• SUBMIT A WRITTEN REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE
• FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS:
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information: Introduce yourself and type approximately 200 words about why you want to participate in this particular program and how it will benefit you. Why should you be considered for a scholarship? Include name, age, contact info and parent or guardian name and contact info. Tell us what class(es) you are registered for Indicate whether you will need a partial or full scholarship or how much you are able to contribute towards your tuition. Make sure you put "Scholarship" in the subject line of your email Each applicant may only receive a scholarship for one class per semester Submission Deadline for Summer:
Warehouse 508 is home to a variety of creative outlets for our youth.
Lets have a general breakdown of the venue here.
Warehouse 508 by NMX Sports
508 1st Street NW,Albuquerque, NM 87102