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Arts & Entertainment
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Black Box Theatre (BBT), 420 N. Main St. downtown, continues its 20th season with a production of Eugene Ionesco’s “The Killing Game.” Ionesco (1912-93), who was nominated for the Nobel Prize in literature in 1964, wrote the play in 1970, which features “an unnamed city in an unnamed country beset by an unnamed plague,” said Marissa Bond, who is directing the production. “Quarantined from the rest of the world and hemmed in by unknowns, how does the population of the city deal with the horror? Not well. Ionesco’s absurdist play uses gleefully dark humor and an unrelenting examination of human nature combine to keep us unbalanced and uncertain, but laughing through it all.” more
“Marriage Story,” (2019) is full of pain, angst, regrets and anguish, but it’s also full of moments that reach into the heart and make you say, “Yes!” The film starts with lists the two … more
A visitor to “The Epiphany: Dia de los reyes” reads about the doll house with nativity that was one of 93 nativity scenes from around the world that are part of the creche/nacimento collection of Faith Hutson and John Verploegh and were on display at their home on south Mesquite Street in Las Cruces on Sunday, Jan. 5. more
Las Cruces is home to some incredibly talented artists. What better way to inspire all of us as we cope with the public health emergency than with some of their beautiful art? The Bulletin asked a … more
Beginning Jan. 25, the Las Cruces Museum of Art will present “Dinosaur Discoveries: Ancient Fossils, New Ideas,” an engaging exhibition that will reveal a vivid picture of what living, … more
Las Cruces Community Theatre (LCCT) is bringing back a classic of the American theatre with its production of “Arsenic and Old Lace,” which opens Friday, Jan. 31, for a three-weekend run at LCCT, 313 N. Main St. downtown. more
Alama d’Arte Charter High School 2020 graduates more
Nan Rubin moved to Las Cruces to retire six years ago. Not even settled in, the first week here, she got a call from a local group wanting to file an application for a community radio station. An opening had come up with the FCC, and the application had to be filed fast and while the Southwest Environmental Center knew it would be important to the area, they had no experience with radio. Rubin, on the other hand, had a lifetime of experience. more
Among the many other programs Doña Ana Community College offers through its Creative Media Technology (CMT) program, audio certification prepares students for a variety of careers in the audio industry. more
The “Animation Career Review” ranks New Mexico State University’s animation and visual effects program 22nd among the country’s public-animation schools and colleges for 2020. more
In a new partnership between Film Las Cruces (FLC), the film and digital media industries and the Southwestern Area Workforce Development Board, significant U.S. Department of Labor funding under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act will now be available to train and equip people in Doña Ana County and southwest New Mexico to support the film and digital media industries. more
The Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) will feature the work of Las Cruces artists Paul Maxwell and Phil Yost in August at the DAAC Arts & Cultural Center gallery, 840 Calle de Mercado in Bulletin Plaza. more
Robert McCorkle has spent two and a half years on the board for local community radio station, KTAL-LP at 101.5 FM. He also can be heard on the air as one of the Cosmic Troubadours with Marty Racine. more
The University Art Museum (UAM) has two events scheduled this Saturday. • Mama Create-Ups #3: The Facts About the Family Medical Leave Act 1 p.m., Saturday, July 25, via Zoom more
The Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) is teaming up with Las Cruces artist Sally Quillen to host online art challenges so art students and budding artists can continue to create and learn about art for the duration of the pandemic public health orders. more
Made in 1976 and directed by Arthur Penn, “The Missouri Breaks” stars (among others) Marlon Brando, Jack Nicholson, Randy Quaid, Kathleen Lloyd and John McLiam. The score is by John Williams. more
The state’s public health order prohibiting large gatherings doesn’t mean you can’t watch a play presented live by Black Box Theatre (BBT). more
LAS CRUCES - Grab a glass because it’s time for the annual Las Cruces Harvest Wine Festival. The event, featuring 17 New Mexico wineries, takes place from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. throughout Labor … more
Back in 2005, a group of local musicians decided they wanted to keep the music of the ‘50s and ‘60s alive and kicking in the Mesilla Valley, so they formed a band called “Remember Then.” more
With everyone encouraged to stay at home during the Coronavirus, Film Las Cruces has launched the “At Home! Movie Contest” to help residents have some fun and create some entertaining and educational videos for the city and state. more
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