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LC Bulletin: At the What’s Art Convention

October 2009. Retrieved online October 9, 2009 from Staff, Las Cruces Bulletin Pictures from the Convention “Artist Virginia Maria Romero, co-coordinator of the What’s Art? Convention, Sabrina Pratt, director of the City of Santa Fe Arts Commission; and David Boje,…
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LCSN: Celebrating the city’s artistic mix

September 25, 2009. Retrieved online September 29, 2009 from S. Derrickson Moore, Las Cruces Sun-News LAS CRUCES- What’s up? WHAT’S ART! A group that joined for an arts marketing brainstorming session convention in 2008 is getting together again and adding…
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LC Bulletin: What’s Art? Building a strong arts community

September 25, 2009. Retrieved online September 26, 2009 from Jenna Frosch, Las Cruces Bulletin Convention brings artists, students together Building southern New Mexico as an arts community is a tough job, but according to David Boje, New Mexico State University…
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NMSU students to learn about life and politics from Richardson and Carruthers

Aug. 23, 2005 by Jeany Llorente NMSU News Center One hundred and forty New Mexico State University students will receive life lessons and political insights from two of New Mexico’s leaders this fall. Gov. Bill Richardson and Garrey Carruthers, dean…
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