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Joe Amable-Amo is a bank executive and former amateur golfer struggling with his faith after an unexpected tragedy. Faced with doubts about himself, his purpose and his belief in God, Joe is stunned when God tells him that he’s been chosen to inspire the world and play in a world championship golf tournament. more
In reviewing “Thank You for Your Lessons,” let me say to author and former Las Cruces city councilor Jack Eakman, “Thank you for your book.” more
New Mexico State University’s Creative Media Institute (CMI) animation program is again ranked among the top programs in public colleges in the country. NMSU has placed among the top schools in Animation Career Review’s (ACR) rankings over the past 10 years. more
Join six New Mexico high school students via Zoom as they compete to become New Mexico’s Poetry Out Loud state champion at 1 p.m. on Sunday, March 14. Admission to the virtual event is free and … more
The Hood is featuring work by a range of outstanding artists in its Virtual Visiting Artist Series, which began earlier this year. more
New Mexico State University Theatre Department’s annual Our annual “Broadway on Stage” has a new name and a new look for 2021. more
The 2020 film “Broken Gaiete,” written, produced and directed by Las Cruces filmmaker Hafid Abdelmoula, recently won best feature film at the 2021 Santa Fe Film Festival. more
Doña Ana Community College is among five higher-education film programs in the state to share in about $80,000 in funding from the “Better Call Saul” television series through the … more
The Silver City Blues Festival is moving online for 2021. In consideration of the health and wellbeing of the community and visitors, the Mimbres Region Arts Council is canceling … more
Retired institutional analyst and math instructor Mia Kalish has won second place in the international SayYesToKaffeCollective Challenge for her quilt “Roman Tiles – Flowers of … more
Zoe Wolfe and Carlene Roters have been colleagues and friends since 1999 when both were teaching at Western New Mexico University in the Expressive Arts Department. “For years we have been … more
The next virtual exhibit at Tombaugh Gallery will feature two artists, John and Souheir Rawlings from the T or C area. The exhibit will begin in early March and will continue through May. more
The March art exhibit at Doña Ana Arts Council (DAAC) will feature artwork by Las Cruces artist and art teacher Wayne Carl Huber and eight of his students: Joy Calvert, Penny Duncklee, Jane Grider, Richard Harris, Maria Lopez, Carmen Navar, Beverley Pirtle and Ana Maria Uranga. more
Vicki Conley was awarded first place in the ArtForms Annual Members Show that continues during February -- For the Love of Art Month -- at the Doña Ana Arts Council Arts and Cultural Center … more
Local photographers continue to capture the Southwest's grace and beauty, proving that photography is much more than technical ability alone. The Doña Ana Arts Council is showcasing these … more
The Las Cruces Museum of Nature & Science (MONAS) is inviting astronomers of all ages to participate in three days of virtual events comprising this year’s “Tombaugh Day” … more
Starlight Projects Foundation has launched “The PARA//EL Axis,” a global collaboration of local artists engaging in community activism through art, the foundation said in a news release. more
The New Mexico State University Department of Art will host a variety of artists from across the country as part of the virtual Visiting Artist and Scholar Lecture Series. The series will kick off … more
Blank Conversations Theatre Company of Las Cruces will premiere its production of “Dracula,” the radio play at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 22. The show will play again at 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 23 … more
“The Art of the Crèche” is a virtual sharing of some of the crèches, or nacimientos, in the private collection of Faith Hutson and John Verploegh of Las Cruces. The Zoom … more
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