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Posted on: July 28, 2021

[ARCHIVED] August Programs with the Las Cruces Museum of Art

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Join us for an afternoon chat with some of the featured artists in the From the Ground Up XXX: Regional Juried Ceramics Exhibition from 3 - 5 p.m. at the Las Cruces Museum of Art on Friday, August 6. The program will take place in the Roadrunner Room at the Thomas Branigan Memorial Library, 200 E Picacho Ave. Attendees will learn about the artists' work and have an opportunity to ask questions. After the program, everyone is encouraged to visit the Museum of Art for the opening reception of From the Ground Up, 5 - 7 p.m.

For more information, please contact Bryan Lee, Education Curator, at or 575-541-2217.

The Reading Art Book Club meets next at 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 11. This month’s book selection is Paul Klee: Painting Music by Hajo Duchting. This month’s meeting is a hybrid that will take place in-person at the Museum of Art and online through Zoom. The book club meetings are free and open to the public. Join us even if you haven’t read the book! For more information or for details on book selections, please contact Bryan Lee at or 575-541-2217.

The next Listen to Your Art lecture will take place at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, August 20. The lecture will be hosted through Zoom and is accessible with the following link and password: Password: 723850

Mónica Martínez-Díaz will discuss the artistic journey of Iranian artist Arghavan Khosravi. Khosravi’s work combines surrealism with iconographic elements, and focuses on the complex relationship between gender, authoritarianism and censorship. Her paintings explore her role as an individual who lives between physical and metaphorical spaces by using melancholic imagery from her past and present life. Born in 1991 and raised in the US-Mexico border area, Mónica Martínez-Díaz is a visual artists who uses photography, video, design, and installation to create conceptually based work focused on the hyper normalization of violence in Northern Mexican society. Her work examines individual narratives pulled from her own experience growing up in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Martínez-Díaz received a BA in Photography and an MFA in Studio from the New Mexico State University. Her work has been exhibited internationally and throughout the United States in Woman Made Gallery at Chicago, the University Art Gallery at New Mexico State University as well as throughout Morocco, Northern Mexico, New Mexico and Texas.

For more information, please contact Bryan Lee at or 575-541-2217.

The museum is located at 491 N. Main Street and is accessible from RoadRUNNER Transit Route 1 Stop 36. For additional information, and updates on reopening, visit the website at: or follow us on Facebook and Instagram @LCMuseums.

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