Art from Science, an exhibition of digital imagery by Leigh Anne Langwell and Patrick Nagatani, will be on display at the The Las Cruces Museum of Art through Saturday, October 11. Leigh Anne Langwell received her Master of Fine Arts Degree from the University of New Mexico in 1998 and, in a varied career, worked as a medical photographer, imaging technologist and graphic artist. On display are her diverse creations including digital mosaics of micro landscapes and pieces exploring cosmology.
Patrick Nagatani is a professor emeritus of the University of New Mexico’s Department of Art and Art History. The artist exhibits three bodies of work, each informed by science: the United States military’s nuclear program, archaeology, and uses of radiation in medicine.
Funded by the City of Las Cruces, the Las Cruces Museum of Art is located at 491 N. Main Street at the end of the downtown mall. For more information, call 541-2137 or visit the website cruces.org/museums.
The Las Cruces Railroad Museum will host a lecture at noon on Tuesday, August 12. New Mexico has a rich history of railroading and has been home to many small regional railroads. Joseph E. Gill will discuss some of the early
railroads between El Paso and Arizona, and south to the Mexican border.
Gil has a Master of Science in counseling from San Bernardino State University in California. His father worked for the Santa Fe Railroad for 39 years and this fostered his son’s life-long interest in railroads and their history.
Light refreshments served. For more information, please call 647-4480.
The museum is located at 351 N. Mesilla Street, at the intersection of Las Cruces Ave.