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The Potters Guild of Las Cruces (PGLC) is moving ahead with plans for the 27th annual Empty Bowls fundraiser, which benefits El Caldito Soup Kitchen. more
Film and media production are likely to have a faster and stronger recovery from COVID-19 than other industries, and Las Cruces could have an important role to play in Hollywood’s “new normal.” more
Make Music Day-Las Cruces (MMD-LC) “is a free, ongoing virtual musical experience on (Sunday), June 21, with music on social-media platforms such as Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and Twitch,” said MMD-LC co-producer David Senk. 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
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
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
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
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 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
Alama d’Arte Charter High School 2020 graduates more
Las Cruces artist Jean Wilkey “combines objects, landscape, animals and the figure to explore aspects of perception, identity and our relationship to nature,” according to her website. more
A show called “Oil and Pastels” continues through Monday, June 29, at the Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) Arts and Cultural Center, 840 Calle de Mercado. more
The Doña Ana Arts Council will have weekend gallery hours, 1-4 p.m., this Saturday and Sunday, June 13-14, for DAAC’s current show, “Pastels and Oils: Color o Summer,” which … more
Jean Gilbert’s background is in elementary education, and her passion in life is for animals. When the pandemic closed her avenues for reaching out to children about animal issues, she found a way to keep moving forward. more
There are many days that I just don’t have enough time to create a delicious meal from scratch. That is why this chicken taco recipe is number-one on my list. more
Have you ever made a list of the people you would most like to meet? My list includes Dick Van Dyke, for many reasons, especially his performance in my all-time favorite movie: “Mary Poppins.” more
Young at Heart Chorus members George Rushing and Ray Scroggins serenaded residents of Good Samaritan Village. more
State-sponsored virtual concert features local artists. Della Bustamante, left, and Grace Marks will perform as part of a virtual concert series presented by the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs. more
Make Music Day (MMD) was going to be a raucous and joyful street party with live events around the city to mark Las Cruces’ first observance of what has been a global phenomenon for the last four decades. more
The Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Outreach Center, housed in the College of Education at New Mexico State University, is offering five summer camps online beginning this month. more
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