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Arts & Cultural Districts Semi-Annual Meeting


By | Communications/Media Specialist
April 13th, 2016 | Category: Arts & Cultural Districts

The New Mexico MainStreet Semi-Annual Arts & Cultural District Meeting will take place in Silver City on April 21. Held in partnership with Silver City Arts & Cultural District, the gathering will connect individuals working in the cultural economy to support their revitalization work. The meeting will bring together panelists, and experts in the creative… READ MORE


Los Alamos – Bathtub Row Brewing Co-Op


By | Promotions PA

<<<<UPDATE – The Grand Opening has been postponed to May 29>>>>   Bathtub Row Brewing Co-op began with a simple idea: create a brewery and taproom in Los Alamos as a place for the community to gather and enjoy great, locally brewed beer. We wanted to create a place for the members of the Los Alamos… READ MORE


Support for Culture-Based Business


By | Economic Positioning PA
January 20th, 2015 | Category: Arts & Cultural Districts, Economic Restructuring

Several organizations make it a point to focus assistance to our artist-entrepreneurs.  Operating out of their offices in Mesilla, New Mexico Handmade, Inc., http://newmexicohandmade.org/, provides business development coaching to low-income artists in southern New Mexico.  Statewide, veteran small business technical and financial assistance non-profit WESST operates six locations, with lots of experience serving arts and culture-based… READ MORE


New Arts & Cultural Districts


By | Historic & Cultural Projects PA
January 6th, 2015 | Category: Arts & Cultural Districts, General

Artesia, Gallup and Mora are the newest members of the select New Mexico Arts & Cultural Districts family, having been selected through a competitive process in early 2014. The new districts bring the state’s group total to nine. The Arts & Cultural Districts program was established by the Legislature in 2007 as a comprehensive economic… READ MORE




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