KiMo Theatre

KiMo Theatre In the heart of Downtown Albuquerque stands a majestic and historic theater unlike any other. Enjoy plays, movie screenings, dance performances, discussions with artists and more.
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Discover the variety of events hosted at The KiMo. Get tickets today! www.kimotickets.com

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Meet Ida B. Wells-Barnett!She was a civil rights advocate, journalist, feminist and an active fighter for women’s suffra...
08/26/2020

Meet Ida B. Wells-Barnett!
She was a civil rights advocate, journalist, feminist and an active fighter for women’s suffrage, particularly for Black women. On January 30, 1913 Wells-Barnett founded the Alpha Suffrage Club in Chicago and played a crucial role in the victory of women’s suffrage in Illinois with the passage of the Illinois Equal Suffrage Act. The club organized women in the city to elect candidates who would best serve the Black community. As president of the club, Wells-Barnett was invited to march in the 1913 Suffrage Parade in Washington, DC. Organizers, afraid of offending Southern white suffragists, asked women of color to march at the back of the parade. She famously refused, instead, she stood on the parade sidelines until the Chicago contingent of white women passed, at which point she joined the march. She was also a founder of the National Association of Colored Women’s Club which was created to address issues dealing with civil rights and women’s suffrage.
For more information visit https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/the-womens-vote.
#WomensVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

Tonight is the last night that the KiMo Theatre will be illuminated with gold and purple, the colors of the Women’s Suff...
08/26/2020

Tonight is the last night that the KiMo Theatre will be illuminated with gold and purple, the colors of the Women’s Suffrage Movement. The KiMo is registered with the Women's Vote 100 #ForwardIntoLight campaign and is proudly lit in celebration, echoing the women’s suffrage words:
Forward out of error,
Leave behind the night,
Forward through the darkness,
Forward into Light.
For more information visit https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/the-womens-vote.
#WomensVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

Zoom Party! We’ve saved the best for last. The virtual party will feature an introduction by Albuquerque City Councilor,...
08/26/2020

Zoom Party!
We’ve saved the best for last. The virtual party will feature an introduction by Albuquerque City Councilor, Diane Gibson, special guests and women from all 33 New Mexico counties. The Zoom will celebrate women gaining the vote in a variety of ways. Watch tonight from 4-7 p.m.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxjARBy6OqE
#WomensVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ
National Hispanic Cultural Center Voces Summer Writing Institute at The National Hispanic Cultural Center

08/25/2020
ABQ Special Events

New Mexico Celebrates The Women’s Vote!
Women of New Mexico submitted photos showing how they are celebrating the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment. Show us how you’re celebrating and add a photo in the comments! https://www.facebook.com/abqspecialevents/videos/1243583545988984/
For more information visit https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/the-womens-vote.
#WomensVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

Women of New Mexico submitted photos showing how they are celebrating the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment. Show us how you’re celebrating and add a photo in the comments!
For more information visit https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/the-womens-vote.
#WomensVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

Meet Sojourner Truth!Born into slavery in 1797, Isabella Baumfree, who later changed her name to Sojourner Truth, would ...
08/25/2020

Meet Sojourner Truth!
Born into slavery in 1797, Isabella Baumfree, who later changed her name to Sojourner Truth, would become one of the most powerful advocates for human rights in the nineteenth century. Sojourner Truth participated in the debates over which group should get suffrage first—black men or women. Known for her 1851 “Ain’t I A Woman?” speech, in 1867, the former slave and activist declared: “If colored men get their rights, and not colored women theirs, you see the colored men will be masters over the women, and it will be just as bad as it was before.” Having experienced unequal pay due to her gender, she became concerned with women’s economic prosperity.
For more information visit https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/the-womens-vote.
#WomensVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

Take a virtual private tour in the US National Archives of “Rightfully Hers” with the exhibit’s curator. The visit is an...
08/25/2020

Take a virtual private tour in the US National Archives of “Rightfully Hers” with the exhibit’s curator. The visit is an overview of the exhibit, highlighting the milestones in U.S. history that lead to the 19th Amendment. Learn about the causes' struggles and strategies and watch today: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yc2vDlT6NV0&feature=emb_logo.
#WomensVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence is a digital exhibit with historic images courtesy of the National Portrait G...
08/24/2020

Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence is a digital exhibit with historic images courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery. Travel through time without leaving your home and learn more about the Women’s Suffrage Movement. https://artsandculture.google.com/exhibit/2AKyZX3r7pZoJA
#WomensVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

Meet Zitkala- Ša! She became an accomplished author, musician, composer, and dedicated worker for the reform of United S...
08/24/2020

Meet Zitkala- Ša!
She became an accomplished author, musician, composer, and dedicated worker for the reform of United States Indian policies. She was instrumental in legislation favorable to Indians and spent a great deal of her time among the Native Americans in an attempt to educate and organize them for greater strength through unity. She founded and served as president, fundraiser and speaker of the National Council of American Indians until her death in 1938. The Council worked to unite the tribes across the United States to gain suffrage for all Indians. She also worked with white suffrage groups and was active in the General Federation of Women’s Clubs beginning in 1921.
For more information visit https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/the-womens-vote.
#WomensVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

Meet Jeannette Rankin!Jeannette Rankin was a Montana politician who made history in 1916 as the first woman ever elected...
08/23/2020

Meet Jeannette Rankin!
Jeannette Rankin was a Montana politician who made history in 1916 as the first woman ever elected to the United States Congress. She was also the only member of Congress to cast a vote against participation in both world wars. Unafraid to take controversial positions on several issues, Rankin was a leader in the women’s suffrage movement and was a founding member of the Committee on Women Suffrage. In a 1918 congressional debate about a constitutional women’s suffrage amendment she famously proclaimed, “How shall we explain to them the meaning of democracy if the same Congress that voted to make the world safe for democracy refuses to give this small measure of democracy to the women of our country?”
For more information visit https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/the-womens-vote.
#WomensVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

Corrido de la Votación Lara Manzanares’ own brand of bilingual folk-rock carries an appeal that speaks to both local Nue...
08/23/2020

Corrido de la Votación
Lara Manzanares’ own brand of bilingual folk-rock carries an appeal that speaks to both local Nuevomexicanos and international audiences. Lara sings traditional New Mexican canciones, rancheras and corridos of her sheep-ranching childhood, and today she’ll be singing a song about the history of the vote for New Mexican women.
For more information visit https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/the-womens-vote.
#WomensVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

Meet Adelina “Nina” Otero-Warren!Skillfully negotiating between Hispano, Anglo, and American Indian worlds throughout he...
08/22/2020

Meet Adelina “Nina” Otero-Warren!
Skillfully negotiating between Hispano, Anglo, and American Indian worlds throughout her life, Adelina Isabel Emilia Luna Otero was born on October 23, 1881 on her family’s hacienda near Los Lunas, New Mexico. In 1917 Nina was tapped to head the New Mexico chapter of the Congressional Union. U.S. suffragists realized that the support of Hispano’s in New Mexico was crucial in winning suffrage. Nina was as ideal choice as she spoke English and Spanish and insisted that suffrage literature be published in both languages.
For more information visit https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/the-womens-vote.
#WomensVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

The National Hispanic Cultural Center has created fun and interactive games that are all about the Women’s Suffrage Move...
08/22/2020

The National Hispanic Cultural Center has created fun and interactive games that are all about the Women’s Suffrage Movement. Test your women’s suffrage knowledge, try the crossword puzzle, the image scramble featuring suffragists, and more. Learn while you play!
https://www.nhccnm.org/learn/nhcc-library-archive/el-voto-femenino-activity-page/
For more information about how the centennial of the 19th Amendment is being celebrated visit https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/the-womens-vote.
#WomenVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

Meet Mary Church Terrell!Her words, “Lifting as we climb”, became the motto of the National Association of Colored Women...
08/21/2020

Meet Mary Church Terrell!
Her words, “Lifting as we climb”, became the motto of the National Association of Colored Women (NACW), the group she helped found in 1896. She was NACW president from 1896 to 1901. She actively embraced women’s suffrage and campaigned for black women’s suffrage, which she saw as essential to elevating the status of black women, and consequently, the entire race. Terrell fought for women’s suffrage and civil rights because she realized that she belonged “to the only group in this country that has two such huge obstacles to surmount…both sex and race.”
For more information visit https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/the-womens-vote.
#WomenVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

The US Postal Service unveiled a new stamp this year to commemorate the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amend...
08/20/2020

The US Postal Service unveiled a new stamp this year to commemorate the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment. Inspired by historic photographs, the stamp art features a stylized illustration of suffragists marching in demonstration. The clothes they wear and the banners they bear display the official colors of the National Woman’s Party; purple, white and gold.
For more information about the celebrations visit https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/the-womens-vote.
#WomenVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

Meet Marie Louise Bottineau Baldwin!In 1904, President Theodore Roosevelt appointed Marie as a clerk in the Office of In...
08/20/2020

Meet Marie Louise Bottineau Baldwin!
In 1904, President Theodore Roosevelt appointed Marie as a clerk in the Office of Indian Affairs. She became involved with the women’s suffrage movement and the Society for American Indians (SAI) and instead of assimilating into European-American society, Marie emphasized the value of traditional Native cultures while asserting her own and therefore others’ place in the modern world as a Turtle Mountain Chippewa woman.
For more information visit https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/the-womens-vote.
#WomenVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

The KiMo Theatre is celebrating this historic moment of 100 years since the ratification of the 19th Amendment by joinin...
08/20/2020

The KiMo Theatre is celebrating this historic moment of 100 years since the ratification of the 19th Amendment by joining the Women's Vote 100 #ForwardIntoLight campaign. Tuesday, August 18 through Wednesday, August 26 the KiMo will be shining the suffrage colors of gold and purple.

For more information about how we’re celebrating with the state, visit: https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/the-womens-vote.
#WomenVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

08/19/2020
19th Amendment Milestones

Local, first time, female voters read a historical timeline of various milestones that lead to the ratification of the 19th Amendment.

#WomenVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

Meet Susan B. Anthony!Champion of temperance, abolition, the rights of labor, and equal pay for equal work, Anthony beca...
08/19/2020

Meet Susan B. Anthony!
Champion of temperance, abolition, the rights of labor, and equal pay for equal work, Anthony became one of the most visible leaders of the women’s suffrage movement. Along with fellow suffragist, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, they formed the National Woman Suffrage Association, to push for a constitutional amendment giving women the right to vote.
For more information visit https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/the-womens-vote.
#WomenVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

08/19/2020
Democracy's Angels

The newly appointed Albuquerque Poet Laureate, Mary Oishi, created an original poem to celebrate the centennial of the 19th Amendment and honor suffragists of the past. Listen to the reading and get inspired for more!
For more information about the celebrations visit https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/the-womens-vote.
#WomenVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

Watch, listen and learn. Local, first time, female voters read a historical timeline of various milestones that lead to ...
08/19/2020

Watch, listen and learn. Local, first time, female voters read a historical timeline of various milestones that lead to the ratification of the 19th Amendment. Watch the video premiere this evening at 6 p.m.
For more information about the celebrations visit https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/the-womens-vote.
#WomenVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

Meet Jane Addams!Addams served as president of the National Conference of Charities and Corrections from 1909-1915, the ...
08/18/2020

Meet Jane Addams!
Addams served as president of the National Conference of Charities and Corrections from 1909-1915, the first woman to hold that title. She became active in the women’s suffrage movement as an officer in the National American Women’s Suffrage Association and pro-suffrage columnist. She was also among the founders of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).
For more information visit https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/the-womens-vote.
#WomenVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

The KiMo Theatre is celebrating this historic moment of 100 years since women won the right to vote by joining the Women...
08/18/2020

The KiMo Theatre is celebrating this historic moment of 100 years since women won the right to vote by joining the Women's Vote 100 #ForwardIntoLight campaign. Tonight through Wednesday, August 26 the KiMo will be shining the suffrage colors of gold and purple.
For more information about how we’re celebrating with the state, visit: https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/the-womens-vote.
#WomenVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

Democracy’s Angels The newly appointed Albuquerque Poet Laureate, Mary Oishi, created an original poem to kick-off the w...
08/18/2020

Democracy’s Angels
The newly appointed Albuquerque Poet Laureate, Mary Oishi, created an original poem to kick-off the week-long celebrations. The poem will premiere later today at 6 p.m. Listen to the reading and get inspired for more!
For more information about the celebrations visit https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/the-womens-vote.
#WomenVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

Starting tomorrow, we’ll be celebrating the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment with the National Hispanic Cultural ...
08/17/2020

Starting tomorrow, we’ll be celebrating the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment with the National Hispanic Cultural Center, League of Women Voters of New Mexico, and the rest of the nation. Tomorrow through Wednesday, August, 26 we’ll be featuring activities and entertainment including poetry, music, photos and history for women, by women. Join us!
For more information about how we’re celebrating with the state, visit https://www.cabq.gov/culturalservices/the-womens-vote.
#WomenVote100 #NHCCNM #CABQ

Address

423 Central Ave
Albuquerque, NM
87102

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General information

Parking Garage located behind the KiMo Theatre on corner of 5th and Copper. Closest open lot, on Central between 6th and 7th. KiMo Ticket Office is additionally open 1 hour before and 30 minutes after any schedule curtain or screening time for all ticketed events.

Opening Hours

Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00
Saturday 08:00 - 17:00

Telephone

+15052289857

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KiMo Theatre

In the heart of Downtown Albuquerque stands a majestic and historic landmark unlike any other -- the KiMo Theatre.

About the KiMo

A Pueblo Deco picture palace, the KiMo opened Sept. 19, 1927. It was commissioned by the innovative Oresete Bachechi, who had envisioned a Southwestern style theater for Albuquerque.

Every detail of the theater contains historical significance, making it one the region's most valued cultural gems.

The KiMo offers a variety of entertainment including film, theater, and musical performances.

General Information

Parking Garage located behind the KiMo Theatre on corner of 5th and Copper. Closest open lot, on Central between 6th and 7th. KiMo Ticket Office is additionally open 1 hour before and 30 minutes after any schedule curtain or screening time for all ticketed events.

Office Hours

Wednesday - Saturday: Noon to 6 p.m. Sunday: Noon to 3 p.m.

Event Information: (505) 768-3522

Business Office: (505) 768-3554

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Do you need to print the tickets or the e-tickets on our phones will work?
Tonight!! Frank Turner * Kayleigh Goldsworthy at KiMo Theatre! https://www.facebook.com/events/385936875361779/
Adam Ant : Friend or Foe at Kimo Theatre! https://www.facebook.com/events/2474089646247413/
Frank Turner * Kayleigh Goldsworthy at KiMo Theatre! https://www.facebook.com/events/385936875361779/
Frank Turner at KiMo Theatre! https://www.facebook.com/events/385936875361779/
I Love the KIMO but I think there should be a show containing the Maker of the Kimo, Oreste Bachechi......
SI TIENEN TIEMPO VAYAN A VER ESTA PELICULA. LAS GRANDES INDUSTRIAS DE CARNE Y LACTEOS NO ESTAN INTERESADAS EN NUESTRA SALUD PERO EN VENDER MAS COMIDA QUE NO ES SALUDABLE.
Lost: small gold ring in the ladies bathroom near the concession room after last nights 7:00 p.m Nutcracker performance. Please contact me if found. Great sentimental value to my daughter.
Do you serve alcohol when concerts are in your venue?
Have You Seen ME? Share my flyer & Help bring me home safely. Please share with Staff & Public if possible. Elizabeth Brooks Hernandez is missing & also 4 months pregnant. Elizabeth was last seen going to a medical appointment & then went missing. Elizabeth is 5'7" & weighs 120 lbs. If you see Elizabeth please contact Detective Dan Torgimsn with the Albuquerque Police Department at (505) 242-2677 Case number 17-0113318 or the Bring our Missing Home, Inc. 24 hour tip- line at (810) 294-4858 Case number BONM20171611EBH.