El Paso Museum of Art
Artists on Art provides local artists an opportunity to exhibit one work of art in any media accompanied by a 30 minute discussion on their [...]
Seating is limited to the first 200 people, and is on a first-come, first-served basis. Attendees receive free admission to Discovering the American Modern 1907-1936: [...]
Gathered gradually over twenty-some years Shelton has focused on late Modernist works and the responses to Modernism often referred to as Post-modernism.
Local art collector Juan A. Sandoval II has called El Paso home for more than thirty years; during this time he has developed a diverse [...]
Discovering the American Modern 1907-1936: The King Collection is the premiere public presentation of a private collection featuring American Modernist masterworks from the early twentieth [...]
Artists on Art, presented by the El Paso Museum of Art provides local artists an opportunity to exhibit one work of art in any media [...]
Desert Weeds Basic Print Making Workshop: Collagraphy is a printmaking process incorporating drawing, painting, and relief techniques. The design is painted, pressed, and transferred onto paper, [...]
The El Paso Museum of Art and the Museo de Arte de Ciudad Juárez CONACULTA-INBA announce the III Bienal Ciudad Juárez – El Paso Biennial [...]
The El Paso Museum of Art presents Artists on Art with Christine Foerster. This event is free to the public.
The El Paso Museum of Art announces the exhibition Impressions East-South-West: Mabel May Woodward. Mabel May Woodward (1877–1945) was born in Providence, Rhode Island, where she began [...]
The latest in the series of themed exhibitions from the Museum’s growing collection of retablos is Nuestra Senora Dolorosa/ Our Lady of Sorrows. Established in [...]
Contemporary printmaking in Texas from the collection of the El Paso Museum of Art.
Tesla explores issues of race, gender, slavery and previous societies by juxtaposing found objects, organic materials with historic or self-authored texts. Continuously challenging the viewer [...]
A new collaboration between the El Paso Museum of Art and the Consulate General of Mexico in El Paso, brings 59 works by Mexican artists [...]
31 works in Texas collections by the most beloved and famous family of American artists—N. C. Wyeth, Andrew Wyeth, and Jamie Wyeth, first displayed at [...]
Whimsical and surreal visualizations of traditional Chicano proverbs or sayings by the El Paso native printmaker.
Las Cruces, NM artist Gabriel Luis Perez has a background in electronic music and vaudeville performance. In 2011 Perez earned his BFA in painting from [...]
Saint Joseph occupies the Dorrance and Olga Roderick Gallery: Retablo Niche, part of EPMA’s focused, thematic exhibitions from its retablo collection.
Abstract works which reveal Sagástegui’s singular vision while also suggesting influences as diverse as Cubism, Surrealism, Photorealism, and his own work in caricature.
A lecture by Jon Seydl, The Paul J. and Edith Ingalls Vignos, Jr. Curator of European Paintings and Sculpture (1500-1800) at The Cleveland Museum of [...]
Local artists an opportunity to exhibit one work of art in any media accompanied by a 30 minute discussion on their work and its relation [...]
Experience the act of sketching in the Tom Lea Gallery with a professional artist as your guide. From the time he was a boy, Tom [...]
Easy Companions highlights a poignant and recurring theme in the art of Manuel Carrillo, one of the most important photographers of Mexican life in the [...]
Within the Paramount Pictures Costume Department, the Jewelry Department contained a stock of commercially-made contemporary jewelry exclusively available for film production rentals.
Costume designer Edith Head ran Paramount’s Costume Department for over 4 decades and designed many of the iconic costumes worn by Paramount’s biggest stars like [...]
Continues the narrative of El Paso art begun in the exhibition Into the Desert Light: Early El Paso Artists 1850-1960.
The El Paso born artist Jake Erlich was and is more widely known for being the tallest man in the world than for being one [...]
A free lecture by Dr. Karen Cordero Reiman, professor of Art History at the Universidad Iberoamericana and the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, in conjunction [...]
Retablos depicting The Veil of Veronica, a popular subject, related to the story of Saint Veronica as recorded in the Apocryphal Gospel of Nicodemus.
The Swiss Picasso!
Presented by new arts advocacy group CommUNITY en Acción, the blockbuster three-in-one show of masterworks from Mexico City contains: Magnitud Mexicana: Visions of Art; Dibujos [...]