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Video – Only in El Paso / Season 5: El Paso Street Art: A Mural Renaissance

Only In El Paso – El Paso Street Art: A Mural Renaissance.  Day-by-day, year-by-year, the Sun City is shining brighter thanks to our artists.

Directed and Produced by Viridiana Villa

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Only in El Paso is a digital webseries telling unique and positive stories of people and places one can find only in El Paso. Created by KCOS, Destination EP & PBS Digital.

Upcoming Episodes

Isaac Marquez: A Perspective from El Paso
Cassius Casillas: El Paso Comedy
Weird Moved West: The History of Kern Place
Viridiana Villa: El Paso Murals
R-Unity Productions (Rafael PrietoAdrian Romero Richard Gonzalez): Life of a Border Student
Luis Galindo: El Paso Skate Park Association
Monica Riehl: Cinco Punto Press
Tony Dueñez: History of Durangito
Roberto Tibuni: The Boxing Museum

As always, a big hug to our sponsors.

Visit El Paso
Museums and Cultural Affairs Department – City of El Paso
El Paso Electric
PBS Digital Studios

A special thanks to our judges.

Kyle Alvarado
Natalie Eckberg
Mario Ramirez
Gracie Torres

Creative Director

Frank Luna

Operating Manager

Emily Martin Loya

Produced by

Kcos-Tv, El Paso PBS station

El Paso Street Art Garners International Attention via UK’s ‘The Guardian’

The street art that has always been a significant part of El Paso’s cultural identity has captured international attention, with a feature in The Guardian, a media outlet based in the United Kingdom.

“Recognizing El Paso’s rich mural heritage, MCAD has worked to incentivize, seed and support production of more murals throughout the community. In 2018 alone, we supported the creation of nine new murals by local and internationally renowned street artists,” said Tracey Jerome, Director of MCAD.

The photo essay published in the December edition of the publication features several murals that were funded by the Museum and Cultural Affairs Department (MCAD) through its cultural funding program or as direct commissions for special events.

While El Paso’s murals are spread throughout the city, the greatest concentration is in Downtown El Paso and Segundo Barrio.

El Paso’s Downtown Management District (DMD), with the assistance of MCAD, established a grant program to help business and property owners establish and restore murals within downtown El Paso.

The funding provided by MCAD and DMD also provide further opportunities to engage local artists in creating these murals.

To view the gallery, click here.

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