June 30 ENMU Briefs

La Escalera works displayed The Runnels Gallery in Golden Library at Eastern New Mexico University is displaying works from La Escalera, the Portales Art Guild, until August 13. Each member of

Ticket feature: Musician learned art from father

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By Liliana Castillo: Freedom New Mexico

Healthy desserts featured

By Sheryl Borden: Creative Living Information on making healthy desserts and side dishes, and making art to wear or for the home will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at noon Tuesday and 2 p.m. Saturday. Andrew Clarke, director of dealer development with Saladmaster, will demonstrate some healthy desserts and side dishes using a […]

March 8, Honors

Eastern New Mexico University Fifty-six students from the Portales area are attending Eastern New Mexico University and are among the 558 students on the 2008 fall semester Dean’s Honor Roll. They and their majors are: Kalynn Baldock, dairy science; Hannah Richards, biology; Jeremy Andrade, tech comp; Rodolfo Arceo, Spanish; Sylvia Baltazar, criminal justice; Monica Best, […]

Student’s art flies high

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By Argen Duncan: PNT senior writer A Portales Junior High School student who didn’t intend to take an art class has won third place in a national aviation art contest. The week of Feb. 15, seventh-grader Kristen Wagner received a letter from Gov. Bill Richardson informing her that her drawing of three stunt planes in […]

March 1, 2009 Portales Junior High School news

National art winner Kristen Wagner just received a letter of recognition from Gov. Bill Richardson congratulating her on placing third at the national level of an international aviation art contest. At the state level, several Portales Junior High students swept the contest, and their work was sent to Washington, D.C. Art instructor Jon Birdsong said […]

It’s their job: Kim Butler

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Name: Kim Butler Job: Librarian and art instructor at Steiner Elementary School Background: Butler grew up in Portales, but went to school in Waxahachie, Texas, before attending college at Eastern New Mexico University. Time on job: 19 years What does your job entail? I read to kids, check books in and out and make sure […]

Art committee meeting set

PNT staff The New Mexico Arts Local Selection Committee of the Art in Public Places program is scheduled to meet for finalist presentations tor the commission at Eastern New Mexico University’s Science Building. The public meeting is set for 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday in the Science Building, Room 231. An executive session is […]

Dec. 11 Events Calendar

Thursday Dynamic Contrast art show — 7:30 a.m.- midnight. ENMU Golden Library Runnels Gallery. Mixed media and sculpture by fine arts student Charlayne Heselton, and painting and sculpture by fine arts student Helen Perry. Life Savers Food Bank Delivery — 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Memorial Building. Commodities delivered. CDs for Toy Drive — 11 […]

Dec. 10 Events Calendar

Wednesday Dynamic Contrast art show — 7:30 a.m.- midnight. ENMU Golden Library Runnels Gallery. Mixed media and sculpture by fine arts student Charlayne Heselton, and painting and sculpture by fine arts student Helen Perry. CDs for Toy Drive — Noon-1 p.m. ENMU Campus Union Building lobby. Donate a toy worth $10 or more for underpriveleged […]

New shop features local arts and crafts

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By Sarah Meyer: PNT Staff Writer Art has been a lifelong interest for Margie Koger. Last month she and her husband, Tim Koger, opened Easel and Frame Gallery. The new shop at 119 S. Main St., on the square, features the creations of local artists and craftspeople, and the owners say it will soon evolve […]

Golden Library hosting exhibit of Southwestern art

PNT Staff Report The Walker/Whitethorne families have an art show on exhibit this summer in the Runnel’s Art Gallery and the foyer at Eastern New Mexico University’s Golden Library. Melveta Walker, director of the library, has some of her own arts and crafts in the exhibit, plus those of her grandchildren and adopted Navajo family, […]

PHS speech team headed to nationals

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By Helena Rodriguez, PNT Staff Writer Christian Townsend is learning the art of “polite” persuasion by watching C-SPAN and the technicalities of structuring a powerful deliverance by studying Martin Luther King Jr’s famous, “I Have a Dream” speech. Townsend is one of four Portales High School students who have qualified to compete in the National […]

Events Calendar April 20

Monday La Escalera Art Guild — 6:30 p.m., Calvary Baptist Church. Kindergarten early registration — 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Brown Early Childhood Center main building foyer. Tuesday Roosevelt General Hospital Board — 11:30 a.m. cafeteria conference room at RGH. Brass Choir Concert — 7 p.m., Buchanan Hall of the Music Building, ENMU Kindergarten early […]

Local Briefs April 4, 2008

Portales Schools to hold art show Portales Municipal Schools will hold its annual district-wide art show from 1-4 p.m. Saturday at the Portales High School cafeteria. The come-and-go event is free and open to the public. It will feature work from various schools in the district. Schools set Spring Concert More than 120 Portales High […]

Note jotting becomes body art

By Karl Terry: Freedom New Mexico The other morning I had the shower temperature just right and was about to get in when I glanced at the palm of my hand. Nope can’t get in yet — important notes on that left palm. Naked, I ran out to my night stand to find a pen […]

‘Key Ingredients’ exhibit features Kid’s Day events

By Thomas Garcia, Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico University wants to offer children food for thought and inspiration. A Kid’s Day being held Saturday in conjunction with the “Key Ingredients, America By Food” Smithsonian Exhibit at ENMU. The activities will appeal to children in pre-school through middle school said Merlene Olmsted professor of Family […]

Religion Digest

Art donations, volunteers needed The Lighthouse Mission in Clovis is seeking donations from area residents of art prints, paintings, sculptures, antiques, homemade quilts and other artistic pieces, especially artwork created by local artists, for a silent art auction fundraiser to benefit the rescue mission’s ministry. Art donations should be taken to the Lighthouse Mission by […]

America by food

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By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor A hearty stew is often best with a variety of ingredients and so it must be with a cultural stew centered around food. The main ingredient to start that cultural stew in Portales arrives Tuesday as the New Mexico National Guard delivers the Smithsonian Institute’s latest traveling exhibit, “Key […]

Hot supper, cool bowl

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By Karl Terry, PNT managing editor Some like it hot — others just like it tasty. Either way, members of the Portales High School Art Club plan to have chili-lovers’ tastes covered at the fifth annual Chili Cookoff Feb. 22 at Portales High School Cafeteria. The event started as a way for art students to […]