About Our Auction
All proceeds from our silent auction support the Foundation’s efforts to fund the diverse range of programming offered by the NHCC that is not funded through the State of New Mexico.
National Hispanic Cultural Center Foundation's Mission/Value Statement:
Changing the narrative: Inspiring investment and connection to the preservation, promotion, and advancement of all Hispanic people through experience, art, culture, and humanities.
Our Core Principles:
We represent authentically.
We are inclusive & collaborative.
We connect deeply.
About National Hispanic Cultural Center Foundation
The National Hispanic Cultural Center Foundation, a 501(C)(3) non-profit charitable organization, is dedicated to raising the funds necessary to support the Center's programming needs, complete the construction of the Center's campus, and build a legacy for future generations. The foundation has been in existence since 1985.
The National Hispanic Cultural Center Foundation is dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and advancement of Hispanic culture, arts, and humanities. Over 700 events are held in the Center's performing arts theaters and the NHCC creates the opportunity for thousands more to experience Hispanic Culture through its art museum, library, genealogy center, and educational resources. The NHCC is a division of the State of New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs and they opened their doors to the public in 2000.
Brown Suede Cape, Nora Lozza
Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe/Punched Tin Cross
Art by Linda Valencia Martinez