The Eula Mae Edwards Museum & Gallery is home to the permanent collection of Eula Mae Edwards "Early Man in New Mexico." The Gallery features bi-monthly exhibits of local artists and group showings, such as the CCC Juried Art Show Exhibition and Best of CCC Art Collection. Each exhibit includes an artist reception welcoming the community to view the new exhibit as well as visit with the featured artist(s).
Visit the current exhibit Kallitype: Portraits of CCC Through An 1840s Lens today!
Utilizing the photographic printing process invented in
1842 called Kallitype, instructor Bob Dart and students
from CCC’s Alternative Photographic Printing Processes
class share this special exhibit featuring portraits of
CCC students, staff, and faculty.
Check availability to visit the exhibit during July
and August at 575.769.4131 or 575.769.4143
The Interactive Science Museum currently hosts class field trips and other youth organizations as well as family nights at least twice each academic semester. Family night is free to the public and does not require registration. The Interactive Science Museum is an excellent way for parents and children to engage in learning about the wide world of science. The hands-on parts of the museum add depth to their learning and discovery experience. Everyone is a scientist to some degree and deserves the chance to broaden, deepen, and satisfy their scientific curiosity.