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In 2021, the Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) marked its first 50 years serving Doña Ana County and the region with the arts and through the arts. Hopes have been shared that, in 2022, it … more
It’s Jane and Jan in January at the Mesilla Valley Fine Arts Gallery, 2470-A Calle de Guadalupe, across from the Fountain Theatre on the historic Mesilla Plaza, as the work of Jane Madrid and … more
The Farmers and Crafts Market of Las Cruces is holding a special Christmas Eve market from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, Dec. 24, on Main Street in Downtown Las Cruces.Main Street, from Bowman Avenue … more
Bulletin report Las Cruces eighth annual Chile Drop will begin at 9 p.m. Friday, Dec. 31, as the city rings out the old year and rings in the new. The event will be held on Plaza de Las Cruces … more
The ARTE Institute for Lifelong Learning of Las Cruces will begin spring classes and tours on Monday, Jan. 10, 2022, kicking off a semester that continues through May 17 and includes visits to the … more
You could call Las Cruces High School and New Mexico State University graduate Julian Alexander a renaissance man, a jack of all trades, a polymath. Or you could just say he is a talented and daring … more
The Singing Men of Las Cruces CHRISTMAS CONCERT more
The Las Cruces Museum of Nature & Science will offer in-person STEM programs for children and families this January. more
A Las Cruces art gallery was transformed into a safe and welcoming performance space Dec. 9, as Art Obscura Gallery and owner Deret Roberts welcomed local poets, poetry readers and friends – … more
Agave Artist Gallery, 2250 Calle de San Albino in Mesilla, is welcoming a new member, Carol Eastman, the gallery said in a news release. Eastman has an advanced degree in art education with an emphasis on photography and printmaking. Her talents as a teacher of photography and art education were on display at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, El Paso Community College, The Museum School at El Paso Museum of Art and other regional institutions. more
Las Cruces resident, writer and U.S. Army veteran Bob Worthington, Ph.D., of Las Cruces, has published the second book of a planned Vietnam trilogy, Wilson Binley Advertising & Marketing said in a news release. The book, “Fighting Viet Cong in the Rung Sat,” was released by McFarland Publishers Oct. 29, and is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and bookstores, the news release said. more
Professional dancers from Dark Circles Contemporary Dance from all over the country have been arriving at Michele’s Dance Academy in Las Cruces to participate in one of the state’s longest running productions of “The Nutcracker Ballet.” They have been busy rehearsing the newly created choreography of Joshua L. Peugh for the Las Cruces Chamber Ballet’s 38th annual “Nutcracker Ballet.” Performances are at 7 p.m. Dec. 17 and at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Dec. 18 at the New Mexico State University Atkinson Recital Hall, 1075 N. Horseshoe. General admission tickets are $21. Tickets are available at www.michelesdanceacademy.biz. Contact Kevin Self at 575-527-1893. You can also LasCrucesChamberBallet.org and DarkCirclesContemporaryDance.com. more
The hallways of Memorial Medical Center (MMC) are hung with spectacularly beautiful art by a wide range of local artists, and MMC is looking for more! “The beautiful local artwork here at Memorial strengthens our standing as a place of healing and compassionate care for our community,” said MMC Chief Nursing Officer Caryn Iverson. “Countless patients, visitors, staff and providers have been uplifted or inspired by these works of art, and I often see people stopping to admire them when I walk through our hallways.” “Particularly with the challenges over the last year and a half, this artwork can offer a sense of calm and solace to our health care heroes and family members of those who are ill,” Iverson said. “New Mexico is known for its incredibly talented artists, and we’re thrilled to continue offering our hospital as a space to showcase the intersection of art and science.” more
The Las Cruces Arts Association (LCAA) presented its Carol Kennedy Awards Dec. 10 at Big Picture Gallery and Studio, 2001 E. Lohman Ave., Suite 109A, in Arroyo Plaza. Award winners were LCAA artists Cynthia de Lorenzi, for most creative use of materials; Mary Lou LaCasse, for best use of humor; and Dani Anderson, for best use of color. Each winner was awarded $50. The LCAA art exhibition that includes de Lorenzi, LaCasse and Anderson’s award-winning art, continues at Big Picture through Sunday, Jan. 2. more
A deep appreciation of farm and ranch life in New Mexico is the impetus behind a new art show at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces. “An Enchanted Vision: The Artistic Celebration of Farming and Ranching in New Mexico,” features the artwork of artist Sue Nichols. Her paintings are on display in the Museum’s Arts Corridor, beginning with a reception, 1:30-3:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 18 at the museum, 4100 Dripping Springs Road. The 30 creations in Nichols’ show are mostly oil paintings, but there are also stained glass and watercolor works in the show. more
The Las Cruces Museum System will host a “Winter Festival” 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 18, with holiday-themed activities for all ages will at four Las Cruces museums in the Downtown … more
For underworld intrigue in an on-going series, Shade Records, R-Unity Films and the El Paso Community Foundation Plaza Classic Film Festival present the world premieres of the El Paso-made … more
It’s a secret – but pass it on! The Super Secret Improv Show will perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 18, at Black Box Theatre, 430 N. Main St. Downtown. Tickets are $10 and only cash … more
Working to enhance the future of fashion, the New Mexico State University Aggie Fashion Club (AFC) locked in a partnership this year with the National Retail Federation (NFR) that will expand its platform for students. more
The Hood, 3206 Harrelson St., will host its first-ever "Projection Screen Art Project," 5-9 p.m., Friday, Dec. 17, as 14 local artists contribute one-of-a-kind art pieces that will be available for purchase. Part of the proceeds from the sales of these pieces will be donated to local nonprofits Make-a-Wish New Mexico, El Caldito Soup Kitchen and Coats for Kids of Las Cruces. more
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