Rodgers Hall Mural – Las Vegas NM

City:
Las Vegas, NM

Site Type:
Art Works, Murals

New Deal Agencies:
Arts Programs, Federal Arts Project (FAP)

Completed:
1938

Artist:
Lloyd Moylan

Description

Lloyd Moylan completed this fresco mural, entitled “The Dissemination of Education in New Mexico,” in 1938 with funds provided by Works Progress Administration’s Federal Art Project. It is viewable on the main stairwell and second floor of Rodgers Hall, the administration building for New Mexico Highlands University.

Source notes

Originally posted in the New Deal Art Registry: https://www.newdealartregistry.org/

Location Info


National & 8th
Las Vegas, NM 87701
San Miguel County

Location notes: Main Stairwell and 2nd floor

Coordinates: 35.595989, -105.21861

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2 comments on “Rodgers Hall Mural – Las Vegas NM

  1. Anne Pepper

    Is the club house on theNM Highlands golf course a WPA project? it is built of logs with large stone fireplace. Had always heard it was kind of a community center built with WPA funds.

  2. Did I see this on “Longmire”?

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2 comments on “Rodgers Hall Mural – Las Vegas NM

  1. Anne Pepper

    Is the club house on theNM Highlands golf course a WPA project? it is built of logs with large stone fireplace. Had always heard it was kind of a community center built with WPA funds.

  2. Did I see this on “Longmire”?

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