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“Karl the Magnificent,” a new play by Colorado playwright William Missouri Downs, directed by Ceil Herman, will be streamed by Black Box Theatre (BBT) beginning at 7 p.m., Friday, Jan. 8, … more
“I really want to make us a cultural spotlight,” said Fred Bugbee, new head of the New Mexico State University Music Department. Bugbee, who has been with the department since 1994, … more
At the Las Cruces taproom of the Truth or Consequences Brewing Company, 2001 E. Lohman Ave., owner/manager Marianne Blaue has been missing the arts. “We’re really committed to supporting art,” she said, “specifically visual art and live music. That’s kind of core to our whole offering, and the pandemic has really taken that away from us, our customers and the artists we hire, because we can’t have gatherings.” more
In February and March 2021, the Las Cruces community will come together and read “When the Emperor was Divine,” by Julie Otsuka, as part of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Big Read event, the City of Las Cruces said in a news release. more
Las Cruces Community Theatre won three awards in the Las Cruces Bulletin’s Best of the Mesilla Valley 2021: Best Live Theatre Venue, Best Entertainment Venue and Best Theatre Group. more
The Mesilla Valley Fine Arts Gallery (MVFG), 2470-A Calle de Guadalupe on the historic plaza in Mesilla, across from the Fountain Theatre, will feature the works of two local artists in January 2021: Patricia Black and Hetty Smith. more
Doña Ana Arts Council’s (DAAC) Executive director Greg Smith has declared 2021 “The Year of the Artist.” more
Award-winning author and Las Cruces bookstore owner Denise Chávez will host a Zoom virtual talk/writing prompt session called “Writing Witness,” beginning at 2 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 14. more
This is the next in an ongoing Bulletin series featuring the artwork of Las Cruces Public Schools elementary students. This week includes artwork from Valley View Elementary. The next installment will feature art by students at Desert Hills Elementary. more
Blank Conversations Theatre Company of Las Cruces is ready for the new year, with ‘Dracula,’ a Broadway album, radio plays and workshops all on the calendar. more
Las Cruces artist Joey Avalos has produced a new painting called “Spirit of the Dancing Skies,” a 24-inch by 30-inch work in colored pencil and ink. more
Las Cruces author Joe Foster has used his background in surveillance and reconnaissance technologies for the military to write a new espionage and adventure novel. more
This is a story about two photogenic giants that inspired my photographic journey. And both were situated to show off one of Las Cruces' best features, the Organ Mountains. This is about two tall, dead trees. more
Gallery 925 has opened its doors at 925 N. Mesquite St., just a five-minute walk east from Main Street downtown. more
Local artists have been recognized for their creations on many of the windows in downtown Las Cruces. In promoting the spirit of the holidays, the Downtown Las Cruces Partnership (DLCP) and the Las … more
The Holiday spirit is alive and well in Las Cruces this year. The City's Weed and Seed program participants have been gifted with musical instruments this year. An anonymous donor purchased twelve … more
A popular exhibit at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum (NMFRHM) explores the transformation of the Tularosa Basin during World War II. It is now online. Visit www.nmfarmandranchmuseum.org to view the online version of “Home on the Range: From Ranches to Rockets.” more
Here are clues to finding Las Cruces artist Bob Diven’s "hidden mural" that he installed downtown in November. These clues were shared on both Diven’s Facebook page and the Murals of Las Cruces page. more
“Theatre is a versatile artform that adapts to whatever’s going on,” said Lisa K. Hermanson, the New Mexico State University Theatre Department’s visiting instructor for musical theatre. “We’re used to pivoting when things go wrong and figuring it out.” more
Winter is the time for staying in and keeping warm and safe! The Thomas Branigan Memorial Library is pleased to announce a Winter Reading program for all ages and registration starts … more
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