Film Set Director Speaks at NMJC Museum
7/29/2008 10:22:47 a.m. - Hobbs, NM. In keeping with the Western Heritage Museum's "Pink Panther" theme, set director Carla Curry spoke to a large gathering on the evening of Wednesday, July 23, 2008, on the campus of New Mexico Junior College. Curry, who has worked on various films such as Tombstone, The Alamo, and Friday Night Lights, and who most recently finished work on The Pink Panther 2, gave a detailed and often humorous description of a day in the life of a set director.
urry is the daughter of NMJC employee Betty Curry and grew up in Hobbs. She returned to the area to be a part of the Museum's ongoing "Indelible (P)ink: The Pink Panther in Popular culture" exhibit that started in June and runs through the summer.
efreshments were provided, and a screening of The Pink Panther starring Steve Martin followed Curry's presentation. Families from around the county watched the film on the Museum's large screen in the theater room.
or more information about the "Pink Panther" exhibit or other exciting programs offered by the Western Heritage Museum and Lea County Cowboy Hall of Fame, please call (575) 392-6730.