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Las Cruces playwright, actor and theatre teacher Monika Mojica will present “There’s A Nightmare in My Closet,” by Mercer Mayer, at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 19, via Zoom. more
“The biggest challenge was dance,” Academy of Music & Dance owner Leslie Kowalski said, as the academy switched over to virtual classes during the pandemic for dance, music and Kindermusik students. more
The New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) has re-opened the state’s eight museums – including the Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum (FRHM), 4100 Dripping Springs Road in Las Cruces. more
Desert Sunrise Studio, 537 N. Alameda Blvd., has a virtual open studio via Zoom at 1 p.m. every Friday, and SoulCollage at 1 p.m. every other Wednesday until April 21. more
Las Cruces clay artist Jan Archey, far right, was one of four artists participating in a successful Back Yard Art Sale, held Saturday, June 5 at the Las Cruces home of fellow clay artist Vickie Morrow. more
Sisters Malu and Sandra Bender have taken their art and frame business, Mas Art, from its downtown location to a spacious, new storefront. But it wasn’t easy. more
“I’ve always been very grateful to the military, law enforcement and first responders, because without them, we wouldn’t be able to do what we do and I wouldn’t be able to paint. We wouldn’t have those freedoms,” said Las Cruces artist Luis Navarro. more
AJ Narvaez, a third grader at J. Paul Taylor Academy (JPTA) in Las Cruces, is continuing his commitment to helping those in need. This year, he helped host a school-wide dessert drive to feed … more
Agave Artist Gallery, 2250 Calle de San Albino in Mesilla, is welcoming new artists Patricia Grey and Kathy Baker through March. more
In July, the theme is “East meets West” for the Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC). Two online art-history series will be offered free of charge for those who register on the DAAC website. more
The Camerata Del Sol Chamber Players, under the direction of violinists Amalia Zeitlin and Daniel Vega-Albela, is offering a Serenade Special in various locations throughout Las Cruces and El Paso, to commemorate the Lent, Easter and Mother’s Day season. more
One of Las Cruces filmmaker Rajeev “Raj” Nirmalakhandan’s most recent projects was writing and directing a public service announcement for the State of New Mexico encouraging people to wear face coverings to slow the spread of COVID-19. more
Folks will be able to walk through Mesilla March 26-28 and hear the evening drift of music in the air each night as the Experience Mesilla Spring Music Fest 2021 reminds them the world is re-opening more
New Mexico State University graduate student Maria Bernal won third prize at the Jackie McGehee Young Artists’ Competition for Piano and Strings, sponsored by the Music Guild of New Mexico. more
Las Cruces native Mark Klett has spent much of the last decade making a name for himself as a talented and versatile musician, performing and accompanying other performers at venues throughout the community. more
Helping young artists discover their identities and find their voices – as he has done – is a passion for artist José P. Montoya, who lives in El Paso but has deep roots in southern New Mexico. more
Black Box Theatre’s resident No Strings Theatre Company has kept busy doing creative projects since the Black Box Theatre (BBT) shut down in March because of state public health orders. more
Clara Silvia Sierra has joined the artists whose work is on display at Agave Artist Coop in Mesilla. Sierra enjoys painting portraits, old cars and landscapes, Agave said. more
If you love a good mystery novel, Thomas Branigan Memorial Library has the group for you. The library has started a mystery book group called Murderous Reads. more
With coronavirus in his hair and murder hornets for cufflinks, Old Man Gloom aka Zozobra, heavy with the sadness and gloom of people across New Mexico, went up in flame Friday, Sept. 4. Zozobra is a … more
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