Events

Brown Bag Lunch Talk


Featuring Sharbani Das Gupta


Friday, February 7, Noon - 1pm | Free

Join us! Las Cruces ceramic artist Sharbani Das Gupta exhibits, lectures, and participates in residencies internationally and in the U.S. She is a member of the Curatorial and Working Committee for the Indian Ceramic Triennale, first help in Jaipur in 2018, and of the International Academy of Ceramics, which aims to encourage international cooperation among all ceramic cultures. Her work primarily focuses on issues connected to the environment, and socio-political relationships. Her exhibition, In/Sight, is on display in the Donald B. Anderson Gallery through April 5, 2020

Bring your lunch
Dessert and water provided
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Gentle Yoga


Rest and Renew on Sunday Afternoons

Gentle yoga moves slowly and mindfully, allowing you to move safely into a variety of standing, seated, and supine poses, calming the mind and body. Join 200 hour certified yoga instructor Alice Buck for this all-levels gentle yoga class in the Museum's galleries to re-set before the new week begins.


Select Sundays, 2-3pm
Jan 12 & 26 | Feb 9 & 23 | Mar 8 & 22


FREE for Museum Members
$5 for Non-Members/Session

Please arrive 10-15 minutes before class to settle in. Bring bottled water an a yoga mat and wear comfortable clothes. We recommend leaving your phone, belongings and shoes in the Museum's lockers. 

Alice Buck is a 200 hour certified yoga and meditation instructor. She trained at LifePower studio in Minneapolis and Blue Lotus in Ruidoso. 

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Wild West Murder Mystery Dinner


A benefit for the RMAC Foundation
Featuring Neverland Theatre Company


Saturday, February 22 | 6PM

Grab your cowboy hat and boots as we take you into the Wild West town of Cactus Gulch near the Grand Canyon. The year is 1883; you and other key citizens of Cactus Gulch have gathered to honor goldminer Dusty Jones for his recent fortunes when calamity strikes! Interrogate suspects and decode the clues as you track down the villain of this wild west themed whodunit. 

Tickets are $100 per person and include an entertaining interactive mystery, buffet dinner, dessert, and two drink tickets. To purchase tickets or to become an event sponsor, please contact the RMAC Foundation at (575) 627-0918. All proceeds from the event improve our community through the wonderful collection and program at the RMAC.
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Spring Documentary Films


Honoring Women's History Month


American Revolutionary


The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs


Friday, March 6, 7PM | Free

Join RMAC for the inspirational, Peabody Award-Winning documentary, American Revolutionary, about the life of renowned civil rights activist and philosopher Grace Lee Boggs, who was recognized for her barrier-breaking academic career and longstanding engagement with gender and class struggle. 

Popcorn and drinks provided. 
84 Minutes | 2014 | archival
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Wonder Women!


The Untold Story of American Superheroines


Friday, March 13, 7PM | Free

Wonder Women! traces the fascinating birth, evolution, and legacy of Wonder Woman, and introduces audiences to a dynamic group of fictional and real-life superheroines fighting for positive role models for girls, both on screen and off. 

Popcorn and drinks provided.
55 minutes | 2012 | mild language and discussions about sexuality

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Pop-Up Playdate


Animals in Art


Saturday, March 14 | 10AM-Noon | FREE

Explore animals in art and what makes our region’s animals so special at this drop-in style hands-on art session for children ages 1-10 and their caregivers. Come by and have some fun! This Playdate is presented in coordination with the current exhibition A Line in the Sand: Wildlife of the Borderlands.
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Make & Mingle


At Red Door Brewing Co.


Thursday, March 26, 6-8 PM

Join us for an evening of meeting new people and making art at Red Door Brewing located at 301 N. Railroad Avenue. Make & Mingle is for adults 21 and up with all levels of experience with art or none at all. We’ll have a teaching artist and all the materials ready for you. Just come ready to have fun! Register prior to the evening or pay on the night of the class (space dependent).
 At March’s session, learn to “doodle” with Irina Glassini from ENMUR’s iCenter and a 3D pen to create jewelry, a self-portrait, a rocket, mini sculptures or wherever your imagination leads you!
 
$20 for Members | $25 for Non-Members Includes supplies and 1 drink voucher courtesy of Red Door Brewing

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