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New Mexico Historic Sites announced the arrival of Yasmine Jahangiri as the new museum technician and conservator of the Taylor-Mesilla and Fort Selden historic sites. Yahangiri is responsible for … more
Terrifying Tomes! Horror Book Club meets at Thomas Branigan Memorial Library The Las Cruces Public Library’s Terrifying Tomes! Horror Book Group continues at 1 p.m., Saturday, July 20, in … more
Creating imaginative worlds is nothing new to Constance Hasapopoulos. An award-winning screenwriter and actress who makes her home in Las Cruces, Hasapopoulos has made a career of bringing projects … more
The Las Cruces Symphony Orchestra is gearing up for its 66th season, which begins in September and continues through spring 2025 with live performances in Las Cruces of beloved popular and classical … more
Saturday, July 13 Farmers & Crafts Market of Las Cruces, 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. on Main St. Info: 575-201-3853 ArtVenturous – Sculpture, 10 a.m. at at the Museum of Nature & … more
Summer Concert Series to Feature the Million Dollar McGraw Show The Las Cruces Parks and Recreation Department is hosting Vegas McGraw and the Million Dollar McGraw Show on July 14 as … more
Elva K. Österreich is leaving the Las Cruces Bulletin after 10 years at the helm of Desert Exposure, the arts and culture monthly also published by the Bulletin. Elva also reported for the … more
Leading the efforts for putting together the Silver City 2024 CLAY Festival Market Susan Mach is no stranger to sharing her wares in market settings. The festival is July 22-28. Going to college … more
Jared Tso, a fourth generation Diné potter, is the visiting artist for this year’s CLAY Festival, July 22-28.  The festival includes several workshops, a juried show and the CLAY … more
When “Dangerous Dan” Tucker appeared in Southern New Mexico, he played many roles including deputy sheriff, town marshal, deputy United States marshal, train agent and livestock … more
Across the country, museums are covering up their display cases and removing objects from exhibition. New York’s American Museum of Natural History has shut down two entire wings, and closer to … more
“ It Came from Beyond the Border” opens at Branigan Cultural Center “It Came from Beyond the Border,” an exhibit featuring work by El Paso artist Angel Cabrales that … more
UPDATE – The removed icons have been returned as posted on the Mescalero Apache Tribe Facebook Page: "It is with profound joy that we announce that the paintings taken from St. Joseph’s Apache Mission have been returned to the tribe and the paintings will be returned to their locations in the church." more
Academy Award nominee Lily Gladstone, the first Native American to be nominated for a Best Actress Oscar (for “Killers of the Flower Moon”), stars in a 2023 drama to be screened July 5-11 … more
Applications are open for the 53rd Annual Renaissance Arts Faire , set to take place on Nov. 2-3 at Young Park in Las Cruces. This event is an opportunity for entrepreneurs, artists, … more
Desert Exposure would like to include your special events, from any southern New Mexico community. Please submit your event title, time, location and contact information to editor@desertexposure.com; Desert Exposure, 506 S. Main, Suite 250, Las Cruces, NM 88005; or call Elva at 575-443-4408. more
The Spaceport America Cup competition drew thousands of people from around the world to Las Cruces and Sierra County for a week of research presentations, professional networking and rocket launches. more
Dark Circles Contemporary Dance is offering a special screening of “Ten-Gallon,” a groundbreaking queer western romance, at 7 p.m., Tuesday, June 25, at the Fountain Theatre in … more
One day in 1993, Sage Gentlewing was driving through California on Highway 46 between Highway 101 to Highway 5 and stopped at Jack’s Ranch Café. A tree with a monument sculpture, … more
Once again revisiting the 20th century’s greatest hits, No Strings Theatre Company breathes life into Lee Blessing’s Tony- and Pulitzer-nominated Cold War drama, “A Walk In The … more
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