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New Mexico State University assistant professor of violin and NMSU Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor Simon Gollo is releasing a new album, “Chausson,” featuring the music of French romantic composer Ernest Chausson (1855-99). more
Memorial Medical Center (MMC) has expanded the Memorial Art Initiative, inviting southern New Mexico artists to participate in a new project. more
“It’s where I found my passion and my life,” New Mexico State University graduating senior Jenna Ivey said Thursday night, May 14, at the NMSU Theatre Department’s awards ceremony, conducted remotely on Zoom. more
The Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) has re-opened. more
The NMSU Art Museum (UAM) website is currently featuring the work of five bachelor of fine art graduating seniors: Shaunia Grant, Katelyn LaPage, Olivia Lemmons, Alexxis Ortiz and Jose A. Suarez. more
In anticipation of an eventual easing of stay-at-home instructions, the nonprofit conservation organization New Mexico Wild has launched the online New Mexico Wild Hiking Guide featuring descriptions of more than 100 trails, at least one in each wilderness area in the state. more
Did you know southern New Mexico contains parts of five geologic provinces and contains rocks that are nearly two billion years old? more
He survived five years of abuse and neglect to become a Doña Ana Community College graduate n and a successful Las Cruces entrepreneur. Now, Marco Olvera is a published author. more
Alyssa Newton grew up in Las Cruces and always loved the country/pop sound. “I grew up on Taylor Swift,” she said. “I was … more
The Las Cruces Jazz Collective will do a live stream concert at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 30, at Vintage Mercado. The group is comprised of Orlando Madrid, alto saxophone; Cj Andrews, piano; Arnold … 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
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
Artist Michael Poncé studied art and worked in New York City and London but chose to return to his native Las Cruces to paint, teach and open a gallery. more
The show must go on! Black Box Theatre is rehearsing “The Majestic Kid,” by Tony-winning playwright Mark Medoff, via Zoom. more
When four friends, age 12, go looking for the body of another 12-year-old who had been hit by a train, an epic journey ensues. more
In 2018, Lea Wise-Surguy chose Las Cruces as her laboratory for a new idea that she’d been putting together in Dayton, Ohio. The laboratory now operates as Cruces Creatives (CC) at the 205 E. … more
The skyline at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum has a new look. The large windmill next to the Museum’s Bruce King Building was taken down and moved to another part of the … more
Las Cruces Community Theatre (LCCT) is looking forward to bringing live theatre back to the Las Cruces stage when the timing is right, but is proceeding cautiously as the public health emergency … more
The Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) is conducting a call for artists residing in southern New Mexico and El Paso to submit work for a juried online exhibit titled “Metaphor for a Virus, … more
Las Cruces Symphony Director Lonnie Klein  conducted Elgar's "Pomp and Circumstance" with the help of a boombox in front of Lorenzo's Italian Restaurant, 1753 E. University Ave., 11 a.m.-3 p.m. … more
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