Flamenco Research

Libraries during the Covid-19 Emergency

Please keep in mind that the COVID-19 pandemic impacts our normal services, hours, and spaces. 

  • face maskUsually eating and drinking is permitted in most library spaces. However, no eating or drinking will be allowed in library buildings while mask requirements are in effect. This includes any items purchased at the Zimmerman Starbucks cafe. 
  • Library service desks will only be able help resolve quick questions at this time. Questions that take more than a couple of minutes to answer will be referred to our Ask A Librarian chat service or a consultation with a subject specialist librarian
  • During this time, please default to using virtual library services whenever possible

To see the most recent information and latest updates, visit the Covid-19 guide linked below. You can also use the Ask A Librarian FAQ or online chat service to double-check on the availability of library services, technology, or spaces. 

Covid-19: Options for Library Resources & Services

Image provided by the National Institute of Flamenco

Albuquerque and Flamenco

Albuquerque has a unique connection to Flamenco! Explore Flamenco in Albuquerque through the National Institute of Flamenco and the Festival Flamenco Internacional de Alburquerque. Enjoy meals at the Tablao Flamenco Albuquerque and read about Flamenco research happening at UNM.

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