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Memorial Medical Center’s (MMC) Art Initiative Exhibit and SweetHeart Expo will open Sunday, Feb. 23, as part of Las Cruces’ month-long For the Love of Art Month celebration. more
Mesilla Valley Fine Arts Gallery, 2470 Calle de Guadalupe, just south of the historic plaza in Mesilla, will host an open house as part of the communitywide For the Love of Art. more
The unique and thought-provoking artwork of New Mexico State University Art Department MFA student Katrina Chandler will be a part of the very first show at the University Art Museum when it opens Feb. 28. The exhibit continues through May 28, 2020. more
If artists were to sign up for the master workshop the Do؜ña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) is offering Feb. 1-13, it could cost $500 or more. But in Las Cruces, the cost is only $250 (DAAC members receive a 20 percent discount), as local artist Nancy Begin and her sister, Florida artist Susan Hansen, are teaching “The Art of Simplification: Eliminating the Unnecessary to Let the Necessary Speak” for intermediate- and advanced-level artists. The workshop is limited to 16 participants. more
On Feb. 8, two grand opening events in the same building welcome guests to browse and see some strange, beautiful and curing sites in central Las Cruces. The Mandrake Fine Art & Botanica Gallery and Electric Sun Tattoo Studio are showing off what they have to offer from 3 to 8 p.m. at 501 E. Hadley Ave. in Las Cruces. more
Even as the first ever-exhibit is going up next door at New Mexico State University’s new art museum, Devasthali Hall, the old art building next door is coming down. Demolition work continues on D.W. Williams Hall, the 80-year-old building that housed the NMSU Department of Art and the University Art Gallery, 1390 E. University Ave., near the intersection of University and Solano Drive. more
Beginning Jan. 25, the Las Cruces Museum of Art will present “Dinosaur Discoveries: Ancient Fossils, New Ideas,” an engaging exhibition that will reveal a vivid picture of what living, … more
Artist Luis Navarro has been in Las Cruces for close to 20 years and has let his love of the area drive his design for the 2020 Las Cruces International Film Festival commemorative poster. more
You might say that Las Cruces artist Debra Vance came to watercolors by way of a dentist’s chair and a cattle ranch. A native of Strongsville, Ohio, Vance moved to Colorado in 1986 and began a career as a dental hygienist that would last for 30 years. She met her husband, Dene, when the two were involved in co-ed softball in 1993. Together, they owned a 168-acre cattle ranch for 18 years. more
The “Sis and Bro Show” exhibit closes Saturday, Dec. 28, at the Mesquite Art Gallery, 340 N. Mesquite St. more
Make Music came to the United States in 2007 with more than 500 performances in New York and has grown to include thousands of bands and millions of attendees across the United States. Led by the Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) and local music groups and arts organizations, Las Cruces-Mesilla is likely to join about 100 cities nationwide participating in Make Music Day on June 21, 2020. At the invitation of U.S. Sen. Tom Udall, D-New Mexico, National Make Music Alliance President Aaron Friedman was at the DAAC Arts and Cultural Center Thursday, Dec. 12, to address groups and individuals about organizing a local event. more
Closing performances of “The Nutcracker,” produced by the Las Cruces School of Dance & Music, are 7 p.m. Thursday-Friday, Dec. 19-20. The final performance of “The Cracked Nut,” featuring nontraditional dancing and music, is 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 21. more
La Catrina, in Mexican tradition, is the image of a lady dressed in colorful finery. But La Catrina is NOT about Dia de Muertos, says Paloma Madrid, who recently opened a new restaurant on Las Cruces’ East Mesa with her husband, Eli Berger. The restaurant is named for the painted lady: Taqueria Las Catrinas. more
Las Cruces artist and entrepreneur Richard Parra amassed an amazing collection of “collectible cars and motorcycles, art, objects, apparel, oddities, jewelry, Memorabilia” from across the Southwest and around the world during the 40 years he owned and operated Spirit Winds. more
Pop in for this year’s Holiday Pop-Up Art Show, Dec. 12-15 in the Bank of the West building, 201 N. Church St. in downtown Las Cruces. more
Several pieces of original student artwork from the Las Cruces and Gadsden Public Schools have been installed in the first-floor corridors of the Doña Ana County Government Center, 845 N. Motel Blvd. The exhibit includes paintings, etchings, photographs and drawings. more
Peter Paulos has operated several local businesses since 2006 and opened Las Cruces Clay and Studio at 614 E. Lohman Ave. in May. more
Four artists in the same Las Cruces family like to work alone in their various media, but they draw inspiration and support from each other. more
Jeremy Johnson from the Order of Epona of Fort Collins, Colorado, prepares for a joust on his trusty steed during the 48th annual Las Cruces Renaissance ArtsFaire, held Nov. 2-3 in Young Park. The Order of Epona bills itself as “Colorado’s premier Medieval & Fantasy Equestrian Performance Troupe.” more
LAS CRUCES - Café de Mesilla, 2190 New Mexico Highway 28 (Avenida de Mesilla), hosts The Art Market, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26. More than a dozen artists from the Las Cruces … more
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