Silver City, NM – The Western New Mexico University Cultural Affairs fall season is packed with seven concerts, two artist lectures and exhibits, a documentary film, and one exotic visual performance. WNMU Cultural Affairs will be continuing its President’s Chamber Music Series and the Edwina Milner Women in the Arts lecture series this fall through this spring.
From throwback bands like Hotel California — A Salute to the Eagles to high-energy performances like SIRO A — Techno Circus, the WNMU Cultural Affairs fall lineup appeals to families and to university students.
“We are very excited about this season’s offerings and eager to welcome the community onto WNMU’s beautiful campus to experience arts and culture. We scheduled a mix of high-quality performances and visual arts to provide something for everyone,” said Faye McCalmont, WNMU’s Special Assistant to the President for Cultural Affairs.
Admission prices range from free to $15, and President’s Chamber Music series passes are available for $60 and are good for spring chamber music events, too.
The WNMU Cultural Affairs fall season will make use of a variety of on-campus venues, like the historic Light Hall, the spacious Fine Arts Center Theatre, the stunning McCray Gallery, the intimate Parotti Hall and The Gardens, WNMU’s all-purpose open-air setting.
The WNMU Cultural Affairs fall season schedule:
— September 25: Third Annual President’s Chamber Music Series String Quartet
— September 29: Music in the Gardens with Phoebe Hunt & the Gatherers
— October 4: Edwina Milner Retrospective Opening
— October 5: Hotel California — A Salute to the Eagles
— October 11: Katia Cardenal performs Songs of Nicaragua
— October 18: SIRO A — Techno Circus
— October 25: “3100: Run and Become” documentary film
— November 8: Milner Women in the Arts Lecture & Exhibit Opening with Jen Pack
— November 15: The Revelers
— November 27: Third Annual President’s Chamber Music Series Piano Quintet
More details about each event are available at wnmu.edu/culture, where advance tickets can also be purchased. Those with questions may call 575-538-6469.
Hotel California—A Salute to the Eagles (pictured) is one of the groups performing during Western New Mexico University’s Cultural Affairs fall season.
For 125 years, Western New Mexico University has served the people in its region as a comprehensive, rural, public body. As a Hispanic-Serving Institution and the state’s only public Applied Liberal Arts and Sciences university, WNMU is committed to developing cross-cultural opportunities that encourage people to explore new experiences. WNMU’s student body represents every segment of southwest New Mexico’s diverse population.
Information from: Western New Mexico University