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 […]

ENMU hosting Roswell art exhibit

The Department of Art at Eastern New Mexico University in Portales is presenting “Just Down the Road: Imported Art from Roswell” exhibit through Feb. 6, in the Runnels Gallery in the Golden Library on the Portales campus. The exhibit, open during library hours, includes work from 15 artists from the Roswell area, including work by […]

11-8 The art of the matter

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By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Elvira Tisthammer is the art teacher at James Elementary School. “I’ve always liked art and I was just lucky to get this art position. I’m very fortunate.” Q. Who is your favorite artist? A. Georgia O’Keefe Q. What is your favorite book? A. I like anything by Pearl S […]

Works of art displayed throughout city

A Texas MainStreet city, Levelland is home to an eclectic mixture of art and entertainment that will provide a chance to enjoy a day of shopping and exploring. “We are the City of Mosaics,” said Mary Siders, Levelland Chamber of Commerce and MainStreet president. Mosaics are works of art created with cubes of glass tile […]

Far out fun: Rosewll offers out of this world experience

Compiled by Freedom Newspapers There are few cities in this area with as varied a choice in museums a Roswell, just a short 90 minutes to the west of Portales. For a quick and easy day trip to Roswell, visitors can begin their day at the Roswell Museum and Art Center, then drive a few […]

Elida residents plan to showcase town’s history

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By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer One hundred years of history will be on display in several venues during the Elida Centennial on Friday and Saturday. Good’s Feed Store will be the site of an art show that will showcase work from artists that have lived in the area over the past 100 years, said […]

Bowl market offered

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By Casey Peacock: Freedom Newspapers MMM!! It’s that time of year again and the smell of simmering chili will soon permeate the air at Portales High School. Portales High School art teacher Lou Sikes and her art students have been busy throwing pots for the upcoming annual Chili Bowl Cook-off that will start at 5 […]

Briefs: La Escalera Art Guild to meet

PNT staff The La Escalera Art Guild will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday in the Roosevelt County Eletric Cooperative hospitality room, 121 North Main. Guest artist will be Rich Nichols from Taos. Nichols will be doing a demonstration in oil titled Spanish Mission. Local AARP chapter gathering The Roosevelt County Chapter of AARP (American Association […]

April 1, 2007 Briefs

PNT Staff Last Supper commemorated The First United Methodist Church will present “The Living Life Supper” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the church at 200 S. Ave. C in Portales. According to organizer Jan Smartnick, the event is a re-enactment of Leonardo da Vinci’s “Last supper.” It is open to everyone and communion is available […]

Feb. 23, 1969

La Escalera Art Guild met Tuesday evening in the Coronado Room of the Portales National Bank, where they had an interesting program on the art of tole paintings. Mrs. Robbie Sackett of the Art Nook at Clovis presented the program. Tole painting is the process of painting decorative motifs on tin or other metal and […]

Local man wins national contest

By Tonya Fennell: Freedom Newspapers Using a computer as his canvas, a mouse as a paintbrush and software as his drawing tool, Dusty Deen created prize-winning animation. A 2004 Eastern New Mexico University graduate who studied animation and graphic design, Deen was one of 43 artists selected to showcase their original artwork in the national […]

Sculpture unveiled at ENMU

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By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Created using light and glass elements, the “Art of Realization” sculpture designed by Encinitas, Calif. artist Deanne Sabeck, was dedicated in a ceremony held at the new Communications Center located on the Eastern New Mexico University campus yesterday. Illuminating the wall with light and color, the sculpture is located […]

Day Trip: Western memorabilia on display

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By Ashley Lee: PNT Staff Writer Roswell has more to offer than UFOs. The Roswell Museum and Art Center has reopened an exhibit called “West of Beyond.” “The collection consists of 2,000 artifacts, all western material,” said museum spokesperson Laurie Rufe. “The collection was bequeathed to the museum by Rogers and Mary Ellen Aston. The […]

Perfecting art of coffee drinking takes time

By Helena Rodriguez : Freedom Newspapers I’m a novice when it comes to the art of coffee drinking. As a somewhat new sipper of this perked beverage, I’m envious of the grace and skill my parents exhibit in drinking coffee. My first attempts to become a coffee drinker in my early 30s resulted in a […]