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Local student art shines at county government building


The Doña Ana County Government Building, 845 N. Motel Blvd., is hosting the 2022-23 student art show for about the next year.

Student art shows have been a rotating feature in the county building’s main lobby since 2000, with hundreds of works by local student artists displayed for the public. In the past, exhibits have included paintings, etchings, photographs and drawings from students from Las Cruces Public Schools, Gadsden Independent School District, Hatch Valley Public Schools and John Paul Taylor Academy in Las Cruces. The artists range from elementary to high school students.