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Mary Sutphen came by her new mural based on a long passion. Sutphen worked with churches to help children and families as they made their way from the border to find their connections. Before the Trump Administration shut down the border, it made her happy to be part of the volunteer force feeding and helping asylum seekers. more
Las Cruces artist Bob Diven has been chosen as the Downtown Las Cruces Partnership’s (DLCP) first-ever artist in residence. It’s part of DLCP’s new program to “showcase and celebrate the artists already creating in our district,” DLCP said in a news release. more
The New Mexico State University Theatre Department continues its production of “Stay Home For The Holidays: A Holiday Cabaret” through Sunday, Dec. 6. more
“Walking with Herb” is a grassroots Las Cruces movie with an all-star cast filmed in and around southern New Mexico. Soon people around the world will be seeing it. more
New Mexico State University’s Academy for Learning in Retirement (ALR) presentations by four members of the Southern Rift Institute in the NMSU Department of Geological Sciences will help attendees understand how the interactions of erosion, volcanism, sedimentation and faulting have shaped the landscape of the Rio Grande Rift in New Mexico. more
The Las Cruces Museum of Nature & Science (MONAS) continues to offer takeout activity kits in December, the museum said in a news release. more
The New Mexico State University Department of Art will host a Bachelor of fine arts (BFA) exhibit titled “Abnormalities,” featuring the work of BFA students Dylan Overheim and Jessica Clarke in December. more
The theme is "Pandemic Stories of the Borderlands" for the first ever Border Shorts! film showcase. more
Brothers Seungyeol, a fifth grader, and Jaeyeol Baek, a second grader, are both students at Sonoma Elementary School, and both have “been sending in some amazing artwork,” said Sharla Estep, who teaches art at Sonoma and Jornada elementaries. more
The Tombaugh Gallery’s new virtual exhibition is artist Carol Wortner’s “Paper Work, Uniting and Celebrating Our World," which opened Nov. 19 on Instagram and will continue on social media for several months, the gallery said in a news release. more
A seventh grader at Sierra Middle School took a language arts assignment to write a children’s story and used it to launch herself into the world of publishing, thanks to her imagination, her dog, Cooper, and some help from her mom. more
The Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) will feature the work of artists Mimi Garten, a photographer and poet, and Brian Pottorff, a sculptor and mixed-media artist, at the DAAC Arts & Cultural Center Gallery Wednesday, Dec. 2–Wednesday, Dec. 30. more
Several winners have been chosen for their submission to the Doña Ana Community College (DACC) online art contest. more
Mas Art has added to its art focused store and created a gallery space welcoming art lovers to its broad walls. The gallery was supposed to open on Black Friday but now will wait until the first day Doña Ana County opens its non-essential businesses. more
When the 2020 New Mexico-Arizona Book Awards finalists and winners were announced, local author Harry James Fox of Sonoma Ranch garnered first place for his novel, “A Fire in the West,” in the religion category. He co-authored the book with an accomplished author from Australia, Lucia Mudgway. more
The Mesilla Valley Fine Arts Gallery (MVAG), 2470-A Calle de Guadalupe, across from the Fountain Theatre on the historic Mesilla Plaza, will feature the works of two talented local artists during December: Jane Madrid and Richard Spellenberg. more
Thomas Branigan Memorial Library will host a Zoom talk by award-winning author Joshua Wheeler, 12:30-1:20 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 3. more
Faith-based film studio Pure Flix/Quality Flix is in the final stages of acquiring the international distribution rights to “Walking With Herb,” the movie made in Las Cruces in 2018 with a cast including Edward James Olmos, George Lopez, Kathleen Quinlan, Christopher McDonald and Billy Boyd. more
Alameda Elementary School fifth-grade students, working through the posted modules online, were asked to watch instructional videos and follow instructions for learning how to draw in one-point perspective, said Alameda and Central Elementary art teacher Deborah Moore. more
The Las Cruces Symphony Orchestra, which like so many others had to postpone their current season, is holding a special online event at 7 p.m. this Thursday, Nov. 19, Mountain Time through our … more
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