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Upcoming Events

  • Spanish Broom, Plaza Don Luis  & Lapis Room
    Spanish Broom, Plaza Don Luis  & Lapis Room
    Sat, Oct 28
    Oct 28, 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM
    Albuquerque, 303 Romero St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104, USA
    Oct 28, 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM
    Albuquerque, 303 Romero St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104, USA
    Spanish Broom is pleased to join Lapis Room and Plaza Don Luis October 28th for their Music line up. Free to the public!
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To sustain a collective of artists, whose collaboration supports creativity, accessibility and financial support. We strive to share our art and encourage our community to create with us.



A Distinct Identity

We move as a reaction to our place. We create in collaboration with our environment. We are actively resonating with our community, ever expanding its boundaries and persistently pushing our own. We thrill in our mistakes; each one is a path that we can navigate together, and we do so with love and laughter, always in awe of our compadres. Flamenco is a social expression, the product of community, of family, of friendships and partnerships that relish in the dedication and innovation that the art form inspires. Spanish Broom is a blooming, powerful force. We approach our creations as an equipo, supporting each other to grow, to be brave, to be curious, to be beautiful. What you see is a true expression of collaboration and an intimate appreciation of art.

Home: Who We Are


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Spanish Broom believes in collaboration. Teaming up fuels creativity and we know there is so much goodness that comes from working together. Whether you are a budding artist or a flourishing business, we would love to hear from you!


Spanish Broom is honored to have partnered with a wide variety of local businesses, growing artists and cultural entities. We thank you! (Links to artist's websites are below.  Toggle over their names.)  

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Spanish Broom is dedicated to empowering our community. We strive to be an inclusive, accessible and supportive force in the arts and we value the importance of honoring our roots. 

Like many artists throughout New Mexico and the world , Spanish Broom has been hit hard by the COVID-19 Pandemic. We are experiencing new challenges while discovering alternative ways to create together. Spanish Broom is striving to continue our creative process in the safest way possible. Though we have been separated physically, we are collaborating from afar and working to support our community. We are together in spirit, and we are working through the safest means to bring Spanish Broom to you. 

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Get in touch with Spanish Broom to learn more about our work and how you can get involved.


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