• April 15, 2021

Tags : Christin Apodaca

Children’s Museum announces local artists slated to create installations for

Several local artists with notable track records will create unique installations for the El Paso children’s museum and science center, scheduled to open next year. Christin Apodaca, Gabriel Márquez, and Mitsu Overstreet were announced by museum officials on Monday. They will create installations complementing the exhibits designed by Oakland-based Gyroscope Inc., who designed the S.T.E.A.M.-based […]Read More

El Paso Center for Children kicks off Street ARTreach this

The El Paso Center for Children announced Tuesday that they will kick off Street ARTreach, a campaign that emphasizes hope and features local artists’ works projected onto buildings this weekend in Downtown El Paso. Five artists signed up to create and exhibit their art through Street ARTreach, including Christin Apodaca, Tino Ortega, Diego “Robot” Martinez, […]Read More