As El Paso’s art scene continues to grow with young emerging artists – which is evident in the city’s monthly art crawls and locally-owned galleries – one couple manages to be both internationally acclaimed yet humbly subtle in their El Paso presence.
Artist Scott Cohen’s excitement and zeal are infectious when he talks about the Life Cube Project. His installation centers on a belief he adopted as a young boy: if you write down your goals and dreams, the chances of them happening increases.
An army of professional and amateur artists will descend on Downtown streets this weekend at the 10th annual Chalk the Block.
As the days slowly get shorter and autumn approaches, so does one of the city’s most popular fall events; Chalk the Block will once again liven up Downtown Oct. 6-8.
Though her exhibit, “Make America Great Again: Doors Not Walls,” local multidisciplinary artist Haydee Alonso aims to change the meaning of President Donald Trump’s famous campaign mantra.
Making art accessible to people from all walks of life, murals stop passers-by in their tracks. Questions that often come to mind include, “Who did this mural?” and “What’s the message behind it?”
Jorge Alfonso Polanco Aguirre is a local artist on a mission to build up curiosity about his artwork by building up mystique. It took him seven years to produce the art pieces that will be featured in his upcoming exhibit “The Life of J” opening Aug. 5 at the International Museum of Art.
A stroll along Segundo Barrio, aka the Second Ward, might give passers-by a glimpse of the art and culture that permeates the historic neighborhood, but locals can get a more intimate look into the area through a new exhibit.
An exhibit dedicated to one of El Paso’s oldest neighborhoods will open this Friday, July 28 at the La Fe Culture and Technology Center on 721 S. Ochoa inside the rear building. “Segundo Barrio – Then and Now” features award-winning photographer Carlos Gutierrez’s documentation of the histor…
This Saturday, July 1, El Paso art collective The Borderland Fridas will celebrate the 110th birthday of the widely cherished Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. Called “Homenaje a Frida Kahlo,” the event will honor her legacy through live music, dance and a plethora of Frida-inspired art outside th…
For El Paso native Jaycee Salinas, video games, technology and music are “the lifeblood of any creative mind.”
Local eco enthusiast Rubyann Gaglio is throwing her third annual Summer Solstice fundraiser to benefit Keystone Heritage Park on Tuesday, June 20. The event will also benefit non-profit dog adoption group Mutt Love.
What’s Up recently teamed up with a new Coloring Corner sponsor DeadBeach Brewery, and what makes this extra exciting is that our next Adult Coloring Book Night will be held at the brewery on Thursday, June 29 during the Last Thursdays Gallery Crawl & Art Market.