Lectures, Events and Performances


The story Bless Me, Ultima by Rudolfo Anaya is an opera, premiering at the National Hispanic Cultural Center and performed by Opera Southwest within its 45th anniversary season.

La Ultima Exhibicion from February 16 to November 11 where Augustine Romero is the guest curator.

The composer Hector Armienta tells Rudolfo Anaya's epic novel Bless Me, Ultima through the power of Opera.

The summer program offers workshops in poetry, fiction, non-fiction and children's literature where Rudolfo Anaya was one of the guest speakers.

Community College of Southern Neveda and The Associated Students of CCSN proudly presents Rudolfo Anaya at Nicholas Horn Theater.

Tortuga is Anaya's personal journey exploring the significance of pain and suffering after a swimming accident.

Rudolfo and Patricia entrusted the University of New Mexico's General Library with Rudolfo's entire manuscript collection which resides with Center for Southwest Research/Special Collections.

An event organized by the University of Illinois at Chicago - 

Celebrating 40th anniversary of Rudolfo Anaya's Bless Me, Ultima.

World premiere of Rudolfo Anaya's explosive tale of love, lust, betrayal and redemption.


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