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Ready for Empty Bowls. Las Cruces potter and storyteller Douglas Jackson with one of his special creations for Empty Bowls 2020, which will be held 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 16 at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, 225 W. Griggs Ave. more
The Las Cruces Museum of Art is excited to announce that registration for Fall 2020 Virtual Studio Art Programs classes is open. Classes will be held weekly November 4 to December 19 over Zoom with live instruction for only $15. more
“Dolores Huerta: Revolution in the Fields / Revolución en los Campos” will be on display at the Branigan Cultural Center, 501 N. Main St., Oct. 17 -Jan. 9, 2021, BCC said in a news release. more
The 49th annual Renaissance ArtsFaire includes an Art History Challenge that is open to “all creative minds to recreate Renaissance paintings (14th-17th century) using household items,” the Doña Ana Arts Council said in a news release. more
The Las Cruces-based professional string ensemble Camerata Del Sol will present “Fall Symposium and Benefit Concert,” 1-2:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10. more
The New Mexico Chile Association (NMCA) is hosting the New Mexico Chile Taste Off in six New Mexico communities in October. It comes to the Farmers and Crafts Market of Las Cruces, at Plaza de Las Cruces, 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17, the association said in a news release from Garrity Group Public Relations. more
Lunafest, the fundraising film festival dedicated to championing women filmmakers and bringing women together in their communities, will be hosted by Soroptimist International of Las Cruces at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17. more
Thomas Branigan Memorial Library will host a Zoom author talk by award-winning J.A. Jance at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 15. A New York Times bestselling mystery writer, Jance published the first of her more than 240 books in 1985. more
When human traffickers (“coyotes”) get their hands on children, they are often referred to as “pollos,” the Spanish word for chickens. When local artist Sonya Fe heard the phrase, it affected her so strongly she was motivated to investigate the situation more, and she decided to do something about it. more
Jan Preston Archey is one of the founding members and current president of the Potters’ Guild of Las Cruces (LCPG) and a long-time Doña Ana Community pottery instructor. more
Former Las Cruces Bulletin editor Martin Racine has begun a new music program called Cross City Blues more
A planned Oct. 17 event that was expected to draw more than 800 people and vehicles to the bed of the Rio Grande has been cancelled, according to a Sept. 30 post on the Doña Ana County … more
The Thomas Branigan Memorial Library is pleased to offer Music and Movement Bags for families available for check out on Tuesday, October 13.   In the Movement & Music Bag you will … more
Arte Cubano highlights a universally agreed-upon characteristic of the island’s art: an incredible diversity. Cuban art is so rich in large part because of its diverse cultural blend of African, European, and Latin/Caribbean influences. more
NMSU Theatre season going forward safely, online and, hopefully, live in 2021 Here are the productions for the 2020-21 New Mexico State University theatre season: “The Land Where We … more
The New Mexico State University Music Department resumed face-to-face instruction in lecture courses and some ensembles and studios this week, following a shift to online instruction Sept. 24 in … more
The New Mexico State University’s Theatre Arts Department has found an amazing silver lining around the gloomy cloud of COVID-19. NMSU Theatre’s first production since the onset of the pandemic is a triumph in every way, and I highly encourage you to go online and watch it. more
Potters Randy and Jeannine Summers began creating ceramic pieces many years ago in their studio in Chimayo, New Mexico, and selling their wares at local shops and fairs in the northern part of the state. When Randy retired from Los Alamos Lab in 2008, The Summers moved to Las Cruces and immediately joined the Potters’ Guild of Las Cruces (PGLC). more
New Mexico’s eight state museums – including the Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces – and seven of its historic sites reopened to the public Sept. 24 at 25 percent of normal capacity, the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) announced in a news release. more
The Mesilla Valley Maze folks are bringing back the tradition and feel of the season, even if they can’t open a maze and offer hayrides amid the COVID-19 pandemic. more
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