The style never matters – as long as you come dressed in cherry red for the annual Dîner en Rouge that is back as part of the UNM Homecoming lineup.

The event will be held in the Popejoy atrium at the UNM Center for the Arts, Thursday, Nov. 4 from 5:30 to 9 p.m.

The popular Homecoming event is open to staff, students, faculty, alumni and everyone in the community. The event is held in celebration of Lobo spirit and appreciation for the Fine Arts Department. In traditional Lobo fashion, dress code is a MUST – cherry red.

The night will include music, art and entertainment and the opportunity to take a stroll through the UNM Art Museum. Individuals interested in attending can register online; space is limited.

This year’s homecoming poster was designed by Raymond Jonson. The artist is one of New Mexico’s leading 20th century abstract painters, as well as a former UNM educator. Individuals who are interested can purchase a 2021 Homecoming poster on the UNM Alumni website.  

Masks are required at the event, except when eating or drinking. For a full list of UNM Homecoming events, click here.