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Otero Artspace,

home to Otero Arts Inc

1118 Indiana Ave 

Alamogordo, New Mexico

Otero Artspace is located in the beautifully restored historic Woman’s Club building at 12th St. & Indiana in Alamogordo, NM. Built by the US Works Progress Administration in the 1930s in the Pueblo Revival style of architecture, the building is historically and culturally significant. It has been restored by the the people of Otero County.

The historic, beautifully restored building will be available to rent for private and public events, as well as regularly scheduled art exhibits, performances, and art, music, and dance classes.

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Our Mission:

  • Provide a venue for artistic and cultural exhibition

  • Strengthen and expand the arts community in Otero County and South - Central New Mexico 

  • Enhance the quality of life in Otero County

  • Promote economic development through the arts

  • Otero Arts Inc is a community-based 501(c)(3) organization. Contributions are tax deductible. 

Otero Arts Will Host:

  • Juried and non - juried art exhibitions

  • Music, dance, drama and spoken word performances

  • Poetry, fiction and non - fiction reading series

  • Open mics

  • Art, music and dance classes for children and adults

  • Private & public events via building rentals

How Can You Help?

  • Donate - tax deductible

  • Volunteer 

  • Spread the word

  • Participate 

  • Take a class

  • Teach a class

  • Become a Member

  • Rent Our Venue for Your Event

 

Upcoming Events

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The Magic of Wool, Wood, Clay and Oil:
Artists Susan and Scott Goewey with Georgia Stacy to show at Otero Artspace

 

On the First Friday of May 6, from 5 – 7 pm, Otero Arts will host a reception for Susan Goewey, weaver and painter along with her husband Scott Goewey, potter. Also showing with the couple is Georgia Stacy sculptor and ceramist. 

Susan Goewey has been a spinner, weaver, dyer and painter for over 40 years. Her work reflects her closeness to nature.

Scott Goewey creates sculptural pottery that draws the viewer to want to touch and hold the pieces.

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Georgia Stacy is a sculptural woodworker and ceramist. Her carvings tell of the human experience. Her ceramics lend themselves to stimulate our imagination. Ms. Stacy resides in Nogal, NM.

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Contact Otero Arts Inc

1118 Indiana Ave, Alamogordo, NM 88310

575-446-3880

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