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Arts & Entertainment
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Las Cruces potter Joseph Angelo has made nearly 1,000 bowls for the annual Empty Bowls fundraiser during the past 12 years. more
While the Museum of Nature & Science remains closed due to public health mandates, museum programming will continue in September with activity kits. The STEM kits are free to pick up but require … more
Auditions for the fall NMSU Theatre projects are open to all NMSU students and all employees. Please email a video link of you performing a one-minute contemporary monologue and, if … more
The Las Cruces International Film Festival (LCIFF) and New Mexico State University’s Creative Media Institute (CMI) are hosting a drive-in featuring films made by CMI students and local filmmakers at Allen Theatres Telshor 12, 2811 N. Telshor Blvd. more
A national drive is afoot to save community theatre, and Las Cruces is in on the action. more
Sisters Malu and Sandra Bender have taken their art and frame business, Mas Art, from its downtown location to a spacious, new storefront. But it wasn’t easy. more
“The biggest challenge was dance,” Academy of Music & Dance owner Leslie Kowalski said, as the academy switched over to virtual classes during the pandemic for dance, music and Kindermusik students. more
“I love using graffiti in a fine-art atmosphere,” said Las Cruces artist Saba, who is opening a new studio and hoping to start a new Las Cruces art district on West Picacho Avenue. more
The 2020 Governor’s Awards for Excellence in the Arts has been suspended until next year, with a new deadline of March 5, 2021, for nomination submissions. This decision was made with the … more
Join us through social media and other online special events for Inland Sea by Allyson Packer. Inland Sea refers to New Mexico’s geological history and the time in which the desert was a marine environment. more
The Frame and Art Center of Las Cruces has been operating and supporting the local arts community since 1980, but in June 2019, longtime owner Ron Saltzman sold it to two of his best employees, Branda and Ean Nevue. more
Put in one part Marlon Brando, one part Johnny Depp, one part Faye Dunaway and a dash of Selena, then mix it all together. What emerges is a lovely little 1994 film about the world’s greatest lover. more
New Mexico State University’s Academy for Learning in Retirement (ALR) has sponsored public lectures and performances for Las Cruces since 1992. It usually holds four morning presentations per month, September-May. more
Black Box Theatre of Las Cruces cancelled the final four performances of "Bosoms and Neglect" in March because of restrictions imposed by state public health orders issued in response to COVID-19. But the show will go on -- virtually! more
The Potters’ Guild of Las Cruces presents “Fire and Fiber United,” an exhibit featuring 14 pieces made by 10 artist pairs: a clay artist and a fiber artist. more
New Mexico State University art student Analinda Gonzalez has turned one of the hardest experiences of her life into an impactful piece of art. Inspired by her father’s deportation at a young … more
The University Art Museum (UAM) has two events scheduled this Saturday. • Mama Create-Ups #3: The Facts About the Family Medical Leave Act 1 p.m., Saturday, July 25, via Zoom more
Robert McCorkle has spent two and a half years on the board for local community radio station, KTAL-LP at 101.5 FM. He also can be heard on the air as one of the Cosmic Troubadours with Marty Racine. more
The Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) will feature the work of Las Cruces artists Paul Maxwell and Phil Yost in August at the DAAC Arts & Cultural Center gallery, 840 Calle de Mercado in Bulletin Plaza. more
In a new partnership between Film Las Cruces (FLC), the film and digital media industries and the Southwestern Area Workforce Development Board, significant U.S. Department of Labor funding under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act will now be available to train and equip people in Doña Ana County and southwest New Mexico to support the film and digital media industries. more
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