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The Las Cruces Museum of Nature & Science continues to offer take out activity kits in October. Kits are free but require reservation. To reserve kits please contact Stephanie at … more
The Mesilla Valley Fine Arts Galley (MVFAG), 2470-A Calle de Guadalupe in Mesilla, across from the Fountain Theatre, will feature local artists Naida Zucker and Bonnie MacQuarrie during October. more
The Downtown Las Cruces Partnership (DLCP) and the Las Cruces Arts and Cultural District (ACD) have created an artist-in-residence program and are issuing a call for artists. more
Las Cruces author and playwright Denise Chávez will present a Thomas Branigan Memorial Library Zoom talk about her work beginning at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 1. more
Project in Motion (PIM), Las Cruces’ modern and aerial dance company, will host Circus Camp Monday, Sept. 28-Saturday, Oct. 3, “with a variety of options to keep you safe” during the COVID-19 pandemic, PIM said on its website. more
Fans of the Native America flute have a new treat to enjoy. Las Cruces-based musician C.S. Fuqua has released a new album, titled “Different Direction,” which contains 12 world jazz cuts, with native flute featured as primary instrument in more than half of the instrumentals. more
Birds “connect the earth and the heavens,” Las Cruces artist Richard Harris said. “I watch and observe and love them. They watch and observe and teach me.” While his watercolors are accurate in detail, what he calls his “bird studies” have evolved, Harris said, and he said he often uses unusual colors for the birds he paints, as in his multi-hued “Pop Art Owl.” more
Dale Walker has been a pastor since he was 20 years old, almost 40 years. During his time as a pastor in El Paso he met a man from the Philippines who talked about the “plight of a lot of people without food and in great need.” more
The New Mexico Department of Transportation’s (NMDOT) Interstate 25/University Avenue construction project will not only improve traffic safety and flow for residents and visitors, it will add unique and beautiful art to city bridges and interchanges. more
At 7 p.m. Saturday Sept. 19, KTAL Radio (101.5 FM) of Las Cruces will present the original radio play “NO MÁS,” the story of Carmelita Torres and the El Paso bath riots of more than a century ago, KTAL announced in a news release. more
“Letters to the Future,” an original work created by NMSU Theatre Department Head Wil Kilroy and the members of the production’s cast, will be performed and recorded online for viewing Sept. 23-27. more
The Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) will present its 33rd annual Community Arts Awards with an online program, 7-7:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 20. more
James Ethington III started collecting guitars long before he could play them. “I had five guitars and couldn’t play a lick,” he said. more
The Las Cruces Museum of Nature & Science is inviting middle and high school students to join its virtual “Teen Science Café” to connect live with astronomers from Apache Point Observatory (APO) in Sunspot, New Mexico for a webinar beginning at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept 23. more
With coronavirus in his hair and murder hornets for cufflinks, Old Man Gloom aka Zozobra, heavy with the sadness and gloom of people across New Mexico, went up in flame Friday, Sept. 4. Zozobra is a … 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 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
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
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
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
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