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On Feb. 8, two grand opening events in the same building welcome guests to browse and see some strange, beautiful and curing sites in central Las Cruces. The Mandrake Fine Art & Botanica Gallery and Electric Sun Tattoo Studio are showing off what they have to offer from 3 to 8 p.m. at 501 E. Hadley Ave. in Las Cruces. more
“Arsenic and Old Lace” hasn’t lost a thing. Nearly 80 years after it premiered on Broadway and was made into a feature film, the dark comedy is still a timeless classic, as Las Cruces Community Theatre so wonderfully demonstrates with its own production. more
Pop in for this year’s Holiday Pop-Up Art Show, Dec. 12-15 in the Bank of the West building, 201 N. Church St. in downtown Las Cruces. more
If artists were to sign up for the master workshop the Do؜ña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) is offering Feb. 1-13, it could cost $500 or more. But in Las Cruces, the cost is only $250 (DAAC members receive a 20 percent discount), as local artist Nancy Begin and her sister, Florida artist Susan Hansen, are teaching “The Art of Simplification: Eliminating the Unnecessary to Let the Necessary Speak” for intermediate- and advanced-level artists. The workshop is limited to 16 participants. more
Las Cruces artist and entrepreneur Richard Parra amassed an amazing collection of “collectible cars and motorcycles, art, objects, apparel, oddities, jewelry, Memorabilia” from across the Southwest and around the world during the 40 years he owned and operated Spirit Winds. more
Academy Award Winner Graham Moore will receive the Outstanding Achievement in Entertainment Writing award on March 6th. We will screen his Academy Award winning film "The Imitation Game" at 7 p.m. March … more
Las Cruces performer Orlando Madrid and his new group, Trioism, perform Friday, July 3. more
Alisha Porter was making clay pots as if her life depended on it.And it just may have.At the Friday, Feb. 28, opening of Devasthali Hall, New Mexico State University’s brand-new art building … more
Las Cruces artist Bonnie Mandoe’s “Cloudcroft Sunset” is part of the private art collection of Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) Executive Director Greg Smith and his wife, … more
One could definitely say that I am a cinephile, or if you prefer something less pretentious, movie maniac, film fanatic or any alliterative appellation you choose. I love them. And it’s very … more
With time and (virtual) space in abundance for many people because of public health orders, now may be the perfect time to connect with world-class museums and cultural sites outside Las Cruces. 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
The New Mexico State University Academy for Learning in Retirement (ALR) will begin its fall 2020 Zoom presentations next week, led by current or retired NMSU faculty and staff members. more
Artforms Artists Association of New Mexico continues with its 22nd annual For the Love of Art Month throughout February at galleries and other locations throughout Las Cruces, Mesilla and the entire area. more
In an exhibition that originated at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas’s Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art (MBMA), artists Justin Favela and Ramiro Gomez came together for the first time in “Sorry for the Mess,” an exhibition of collaborative artwork about labor, childhood memories and life as first-generation Americans in the Southwest. more
New Mexico State University’s Borderlands and Ethnic Studies (BES) program has received a $50,000 grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to support an interactive virtual art exhibit to engage the often-untold history of social justice issues in the border region, enhancing a program whose enrollment has doubled since last year. more
The New Mexico Film Office (NMFO) has announced that 20 film programs at higher education institutions throughout New Mexico – including New Mexico State University and Doña Ana Community College – have received a total of $330,000 in funding from the NFO’s Non-Resident Below-the-Line Crew Credit Program. more
New Mexico State University’s new art building, Devasthali Hall, officially opened to large crowds on Friday, Feb. 28. more
After Paul Maxwell and other Picacho Hills artists had to cancel the annual Art in the Garden event this year, Maxwell started thinking about other ways to share his work. more
Photographer Mel Stone was born in farmhouse outside Solway, Minnesota. He came to Las Cruces in 2010 and opened Mesquite Art Gallery in a remodeled 1898 adobe on Mesquite Street in the Mesquite Historic District. more
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