Friday June 8, 2018

1701 Fourth Street SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102-4508

Phone: 246-2261
Website: Click to Visit




The Rezilience Organization
Website: Click to Visit

A showcase of work including indigenous music, arts installations, interactive activities and vendors from around the country.

Experience Indigenous music and performance, at its best!

REZARTX 2018 will showcase the work of indigenous music, arts installations, interactive activities and vendors, from around the country! This experience promotes positivity and creativity all around, while encouraging awareness and education about Indigenous peoples and communities. Come CELEBRATE INDIGENOUS with us! More Info at

See also: Found Objects

Still Resonant

Tanaya Winder
Courtesy of Tanaya Winder and REZARTX

Rezilience, sometimes also known as REZARTX, is back for the third year running, bringing a celebration of Indigenous arts to the National Hispanic Cultural Center (1701 Fourth Street SW) on Friday, June 8. From 4 to 11pm, visitors can experience diverse, high caliber performances from local artists, as well as those with roots farther afield. Attendees can expect to sit in on performances from the likes of Hawaii's Jordan T, Southern Ute Reservation-born and currently Albuquerque-based poet and educator Tanaya Winder and Anishinaabe and Oneida hip-hop artist Tall Paul, to name just a few. Tickets are available both online and day-of and start at about $25. More information is available online at

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