gallupARTS is a 501(c)3 nonprofit arts council
serving Northwest New Mexico.

gallupARTS is the honored recipient of a 2021 Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts.


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Our Mission

The mission of gallupARTS is to “foster creativity, culture, commerce and quality of life in Gallup and McKinley County through the arts.”

We are committed to growing Gallup’s creative economy and art scene for the benefit of the entire community. Our robust suite of programs includes two art galleries, artist talks, art and music festivals, youth art programs, art classes, and public art projects.

Upcoming Events:

Art on the Fence

Art on the Fence

Coal Ave. between 1st and 2nd Streets in downtown Gallup,

Six local artists have beautified the Coal Avenue Commons construction fencing with temporary installations commemorating the centennial Ceremonial. Check it out! > Meet the artists during ArtsCrawl on Saturday, August […]

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03 August 2022


ART123 Gallery, 123 W. Coal Ave
Gallup, NM 87301 United States
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A community-based social justice group show at the intersection of alcoholism, the MMIW movement, homelessness, and cultural preservation featuring five local artists and a variety of 2D and 3D media.

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10 September 2022
Wine & Painting: Harvest Moon

Wine & Painting: Harvest Moon

ART123 Gallery, 123 W. Coal Ave
Gallup, NM 87301 United States
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Have a creative night out!

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26 October 2022

ART123 Gallery Hours:

Tues. – Sat.
12 – 6pm


LOOM Gallery Hours:


On View at ART123 Gallery

A Social Justice Group Show
Narbono Begay
Nalmerthan Pablo
Darin Tom
Katie Schultz
Joshua Whitman

On View at
LOOM Gallery

 Hataałiinez Wheeler

Featured Projects:

Young Artists of

McKinley County

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Virtual Artist Talks




New Deal Art


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From the Blog:

gallupARTS is located on and serves communities within the ancestral and current homelands of the Diné, A:shiwi, and other Indigenous peoples. 

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