The arts are a vital part of every community and at Socorro County Arts, we have been working for more than a decade to ensure Socorro, NM, is bursting with the beauty of local artists’ hard work. We are a group working together to promote the arts and artists in Socorro County. The goal is to promote all artists (performance artists, visual artists, fiber artists, sculptors, jewelers, fine crafters, etc.)
Socorro County Arts offers free workshops, Annual Spring Open House, and Festival of the Cranes Arts and Crafts Fair. These events are co-sponsored by the City of Socorro. The arts group also manages the Alamo Gallery and Gifts that shows works from local artists and artists from the Alamo Chapter of the Navajo Nation.
Our gallery features stunning creations perfect for any occasion and is friendly for all ages to visit and get involved.
Art in Socorro, NM
Socorro County Arts promotes the arts by bringing together the arts and artists of Socorro County, New Mexico. We offer ways for our community members and those from afar to come and enjoy a magical experience exploring art and creativity through free art workshops, festivals and fairs, and other events. In the Alamo Gallery & Gifts, local artists have an opportunity to display their remarkable creations.
We offer affordable annual membership rates to ensure anyone can join us in promoting the importance and beauty of art. Membership comes with many benefits for artists and non-artists alike. From invitations to important events and meetings to aiding in decisions that involve the gallery, our members grow their passion for art and spread opportunities to others within the community.
Socorro County Arts Members
Willie Bond: Art lover
Deborah Dean: Collectibles, fudge, holiday treats
John Courtney: Photography
Ember Budd: Healthy herbs, creams & more
Karin Fort: Art lover
Friends of El Camino Real Historic Trail, Socorro, NM.