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At her Black Bird Studio on Watson Lane in Mesilla Park, artist Noël Sandino is teaching various types of printmaking, including collagraph, monotype and relief-edition printing. more
The Emporium, 106 S. Water St., has delayed its reopening until Thursday, July 23, volunteer Heather Pollard said today. more
Las Cruces writer/director Robert Dean’s latest movie, “The Dead of Night,” is based on one of his childhood fears. more
Former Las Cruces City Councilor Jack Eakman explores a fascinating topic in his new book, “Thank You for Leading.” more
Local artist, Paul Maxwell, host of Our Neighborhood Gallery in Picacho Hills, will be auctioning the work on display curbside in front of his home. He said since it’s kind of a community … more
The Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) has announced monthly “Second Saturday” art gallery receptions have been replaced with extended gallery hours from noon to 7 p.m., beginning Saturday, July 11. more
The Museum of Nature & Science will have “Take out Family STEM Night” material kits available for pick up Wednesdays, July 15 and 29. more
The NMSU Permanent Art Collection has the largest holding of Mexican retablos in the United States. The University Art Museum’s (UAM) Labor: Motherhood & Art in 2020 exhibition – the new museum building’s first exhibit, continues through Aug. 16. more
"Billy's Crimes of the Heart" is a painting by Las Cruces artist Rebecca Courtney, “describing the pain and loss felt by Billy in his young life. Every time he found a ‘family,’ it … more
“Killing Pat Garrett, The Wild West's Most Famous Lawman - Murder or Self-Defense?” tells the historic and tragic history of Patrick Floyd Jarvis Garrett, who was born June 5, 1850 in … more
My sculpture of Billy the Kid began as a joke some 20 years ago: Pat Beckett, (founder of COAS Books in downtown Las Cruces) and I were talking about the plight of our blighted downtown. Pat said a … more
Archaeological excavations were conducted at the Alexander MacSween House ruins in Lincoln State Historical Monument 1986-88 by Human Systems Research, Inc. A public education program was included that focused on the reality versus the myths associated with Billy the Kid. more
Ilana Lapid’s film students were halfway through the spring semester when the worldwide pandemic hit and the New Mexico State University campus transitioned to online instruction. 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
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
“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
Las Cruces performer Orlando Madrid and his new group, Trioism, perform Friday, July 3. more
Las Cruces artist Daphne Wirthlin will be the featured artist in the Doña Ana Council’s (DAAC) July show at the DAAC Arts and Cultural Center, 840 Calle de Mercado in Bulletin Plaza. more
The NMSU Art Museum (UAM) will host a virtual curators’ talk called “The Virgin Mary: From Immaculate Conception to Our Lady of Sorrows” at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 27, via Zoom. more
As a kid growing up in Deming, Trevor Hodgkins found a magic box in his grandparents’ Winnebago. It was an 8-track tape player. more
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