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About 15 years ago, a friend gave Jose Martinez a quartz crystal from Brazil. That “planted the seed” that grew into a trade-show booth and is now TruArt of the Earth shop, which opened last summer and features “exquisite crystals, minerals and gifts” at 2411 Calle de San Albino, just east of La Posta restaurant in Mesilla. more
“One of my earliest recollections (probably age 4) of painting was when my parents gave me a little pail of water and a paintbrush and asked me to paint the garage,” Las Cruces artist Marie Siegrist said during an August interview. more
New Mexico State University art student Analinda Gonzalez has turned one of the hardest experiences of her life into an impactful piece of art. Inspired by her father’s deportation at a young … more
Jeremy Johnson from the Order of Epona of Fort Collins, Colorado, prepares for a joust on his trusty steed during the 48th annual Las Cruces Renaissance ArtsFaire, held Nov. 2-3 in Young Park. The Order of Epona bills itself as “Colorado’s premier Medieval & Fantasy Equestrian Performance Troupe.” more
Musician Adam Amador performs at Ann Murdy’s book signing for “On the Path of Marigolds: Living Traditions of Mexico’s Day of the Dead,” Saturday, Nov. 2, at Casa de Camino Real Bookstore on South Tornillo Street. To Amador’s right is an altar honoring mothers built by bookstore owner and award-winning artist Denise Chávez. The altar honored, among others, Chávez’s mother, Delfina, her sister, Faride, and her grandmother, María Antonia de Jesús Luján Rede. “They were essential and authentic women,” Chávez says on Facebook. more
El Caldito Soup Kitchen Office Manager Diane D’Ambrosio had a long list of thank-yous after the 27th annual Empty Bowls event held Friday, Oct. 18, at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church. more
Big Media Signs of El Paso vinyl graphic installers Miguel Lopez, left, and Steven Perez install a vinyl art wrap to a traffic-signal cabinet on the corner of Church Street and Griggs Avenue Tuesday morning, Jan. 14, as part of the Las Cruces Arts and Cultural District (ACD) Coordinating Council mini-murals public art project. more
Four artists in the same Las Cruces family like to work alone in their various media, but they draw inspiration and support from each other. more
This year’s Oscar short-film nominees present a strange and moving palate for the viewer. Don’t expect to come out of the theater untouched by one or more of these offerings. Stories in general are about the human condition. These 10 short films are more so, throwing the human condition in our faces in raw format, telling tales straightforward and basic, that get to the gist of what life is about. Almost all are specifically about family connections – father and daughter, sibling and sibling, husband and wife. more
Peter Paulos has operated several local businesses since 2006 and opened Las Cruces Clay and Studio at 614 E. Lohman Ave. in May. more
The onset of the new Roaring ‘20s is ArtForms Artists Association of Las Cruces’ 22nd annual For the Love of Art Month. You will love it, too! The entire month celebrates a panorama of the incredible array of work by amazing artists of every style and medium who have chosen to make their homes and share their talents in Las Cruces, Mesilla and the environs. Visit one gallery, one show during the month, or take the Bulletin challenge and see them all. You will come away possibly with some wonderful art for your own personal space, and certainly with a deeper appreciation of how fortune we are to share this valley with so many unique and powerful creative spirits. more
The Potters’ Guild of Las Cruces presents “Fire and Fiber United,” an exhibit featuring 14 pieces made by 10 artist pairs: a clay artist and a fiber artist. more
Steven Martin fell in love with photography when he was 13 and has been actively focused on it since. more
“We love Las Cruces,” a long-time Hollywood producer and director said in late October as he worked on the set of “Death in Texas” at Film Las Cruces Studios. more
ArtForms Artists Association of New Mexico not only stages For the Love of Art Month, it also honors its member artists with members shows and awards each February. more
Looking across the desert near her home in east Las Cruces, artist Julie Ford Oliver was fascinated by a bird landing on a nearby table and by the subtle differences in the shades of green in trees and plants that lay beyond. more
Canadian indie pop artist Gregory Pepper will perform at Main Street Vintage Mercado downtown. more
The Las Cruces Space Festival has posted a virtual gallery, “Dawn of Discovery,” to showcase the artists who were chosen as part of the live event that was canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. more
The Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) usually offers three summer camps in visual and performing arts for K-12 students each year but is making modifications in this year’s scheduling because of state public health orders regarding student-teacher ratios and social distancing. more
As a playwright, Las Cruces’ Mark Medoff was known for anti-heroes and strong women. In a way, Rio Grande Theatre’s production of his final play “Time and Chance” combined the best of both in an abbreviated (because of actors’ commitments) run Nov. 7-9. It was an incredible production that I will never forget – a taste of Broadway for someone who’s never been there. more
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