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New Mexico Historic Theaters Institute Plays in Silver City


By | Communications/Media Specialist
April 13th, 2016 | Category: Historic Theater Initiative

The second annual New Mexico Historic Theaters Institute will take place at the newly rehabilitated Silco Theater on April 22 in Silver City. Sponsored by the NMMS’ New Mexico Historic Theaters Initiative, Silver City Main Street, and the Silco Theater, the Institute offers registrants “insider” information, networking and a backstage view of the challenges of operating… READ MORE


Lea Community Foundation for the Arts to Host Halloweekend at the Lea Theatre in Lovington


By | Communications/Media Specialist
October 29th, 2015 | Category: General, Historic Theater Initiative

Lea Community Foundation for the Arts (LFCA) announces the much-anticipated re-opening of the Historic Lea Theatre in downtown Lovington. The first official movie showing will be Friday, October 30 at 7 pm. LCFA will be hosting “Halloweekend” in conjunction with Lovington MainStreet’s Halloween On the Plaza event. During this time, the Lea Theatre will feature the… READ MORE


Governor Susana Martinez and Economic Development Secretary Jon Barela Announce Silver City and Gallup Each Receiving $100,000 as Part of Historic Theater Initiative


By | Graphic Designer/Photographer
June 23rd, 2015 | Category: Historic Theater Initiative, Press Release

Santa Fe, NM – Today, Governor Susana Martinez and Economic Development Secretary Jon Barela announced that  the New Mexico Economic Development Department (EDD) is awarding the Silco Theater in Silver City, and the El Morro Theater in Gallup $100,000 each as part of the Historic Theater Initiative. The Economic Development’s Historic Theater Initiative aims to… READ MORE




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