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Around the World in 30 Days Features Panels, Dance Demonstrations, Lectures
March 13, 2017 -- CNM is celebrating International Education and International Day of the Woman throughout March with a series of events ranging from discussion panels to a flamenco class and from poetry readings to a belly dance demonstration. All of the events are being held at either Main or Montoya campuses and are free.
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Art Faculty Member Chosen as Artist-in-Residence
July 8, 2015 -- In just a few short weeks, CNM Fine Arts full-time faculty member Lea Anderson will be sharing her creativity with not only her students, but also with visitors of the Albuquerque Museum of Art & History. She has been selected as the museum’s "2015 Summer Artist-in-Residence" and will create a colorful piece of installation art that will reside in the museum’s Grand Lobby for a year.
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Art Program Continues to Evolve as It Develops Promising Artists
June 18, 2015 -- At any given time you can walk around CNM’s campuses and see intriguing artwork done by students that piques your imagination -- all courtesy of the college’s Art Department.
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Art Students Use CNM Sidewalk as Their Canvas
October 1, 2013 -- Most people these days don’t see a sidewalk as a canvas. But for the students in Lynn Johnson’s Drawing II class, CNM sidewalks are serving as a timeless canvas that links contemporary art to 16th Century Italy.
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Art Students Use Sidewalks as Their Canvas
May 2, 2017 -- Students in a Drawing II class at the Westside Campus recently used sidewalks around the campus as their canvas to create artwork.
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Art Students' Mural of Iconic Route 66 Now Part of Downtown Art-scape
Jan. 16, 2014 -- Next time you’re near the Century 14 Downtown theater at First St. and Central Ave., take a look 30 feet up on the east wall of the theater. You’ll see a colorful and captivating mural of Albuquerque's iconic Route 66 strip that was painted by CNM art students.
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Artist to Discuss Large-Scale Sculpture Commemorating CNM’s 50th Anniversary on Friday
November 18, 2015 -- Albuquerque artist Karen Yank, who has been commissioned to create a monumental sculpture commemorating CNM’s 50th anniversary, will introduce her work and her process during a talk Friday, Nov. 20, from 9-11 a.m. at CMY, Inc., 309 Old Coors Dr. SW.
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Aviation Maintenance Students Repairing 'Skin' of F-16 Fighter Jet
June 4, 2014 -- Students from CNM's Aviation Maintenance Technology Program are working this week to repair the exterior of an F-16 fighter jet as part of the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History’s Operation Restoration project.
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Aviation Technology Student Interns on Ground Floor of Suborbital Space Flights
January 31, 2014 -- CNM student Alexxandria (Lexy) Snell may not be venturing into space, but she will soon be helping people get there. The Aviation Maintenance major was offered a coveted summer internship with Virgin Galactic in Mojave, Calif., doing what she loves – repairing aircraft.
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Award-winning Author Jimmy Santiago-Baca to Speak at CNM’s Annual Authors Event Wednesday
April 12, 2017 -- Award-winning author Jimmy Santiago-Baca will be the keynote speaker at CNM’s annual Authors Event Wednesday, April 19, from 6-8 p.m. in the Jeannette Stromberg Library in the Student Resource Center on Main Campus. The date of the event has been changed.
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