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Tag: creative expression

Awaiting Students

Art School Opens June 1

Open House and Registration Day Saturday, May 20, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The creative minds behind Pasatiempo Fine Arts Academy… Painting, drawing, sculpting and making cut-paper collages occupies much of Meredith Britt’s creative energy. She has a bachelor’s in fine art from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and says she has learned… Read More ›

Lines, Poetry in Notion

Lines, Poetry in Notion ($7.50 plus tax and shipping) Think of how you feel about getting up in the morning to splashes of glorious color in the sky, or how you feel about your faith, your partner sleeping beside you, or the quirks of life that make you smile… or cry. That is the essence… Read More ›

People's Faire Map

Poetry abounds at Spot 59

The 38th Annual People’s Faire is next Saturday, Aug. 27. I will be in space 59 (see map), selling my books. Please stop by. Featured books are my latest publications, 25 Days of Christmas, an Advent Journey, and Lines, Poetry in Notion. 25 Days is in print; Lines is on order. I will be selling… Read More ›

Jim Terr

Q&A With Cinematic Entrepreneur

And promoter of Las Vegas: Jim Terr Promoting the community can sometimes feel like a thankless job. It requires hard work, a sweeping understanding of the area, discerning what makes the area appealing locally and to visitors, and an ability to connect with readers and viewers in interesting ways. Jim Terr continues to be a… Read More ›

Wagon Mound

Vet Project Taps into the Creative Spirit

Guest Post by Rene Rosa – A Veteran Affair Once upon a time, each having traveled great distances seeking adventure, two people met not one moment too soon nor one moment too late. Crossing continents, he had participated in military campaigns as a combat photographer. Infected with the wanderlust she, too, had seen much and… Read More ›

Beth the columnist

ActYourAge! Beth Urech

Beth Urech is serious about her comedy and serious about her work, but you would not get that impression upon meeting her. A vivacious and engaging woman of “a certain age” who doesn’t pay much attention to the stereotype of how an older woman should act or live. She’s a bundle of energy on speed,… Read More ›

Old Men and Hats

First Town and Gown Photography Show at Highlands, Reception April 9

Las Vegas, N.M. – Highlands University presents the first Town and Gown Photography Show with an opening reception April 9 from 1 – 3 p.m. in Kennedy Alumni Hall, 905 University Ave. The exhibit features the work of the university’s Media Arts and Technology Department students and faculty as well as the Meadow City Camera… Read More ›

The Connection

Deer Me

There you are, sleek and beautiful a creature amazing and graceful, stippled brown and buff, your tail a fluffy white flag. Long of leg, powerful and swift, your gaze penetrating, full of light. Wary and wise, watching for danger survival instinct evident in your awareness. Your eyes find me behind a plate of glass. No… Read More ›

Snow Down

Snow More

  Are you happy now? Do you remember when you moaned and groaned, whined and fretted. Will this snow ever go away? you asked. It’s too cold! you said, Will this ever end?! you cried. And now I am going. It seems as though– winter has died. Once I was three, four feet deep. This… Read More ›

The Optimist

Ever the Optimist

I heard a new definition of pessimist recently. A pessimist is an optimist with experience. I am, as the song from South Pacific goes – a cockeyed optimist. I haven’t quite made it to pessimist, but I do have my days. There are many surprises in life, some of which make it difficult to maintain… Read More ›

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