• May 27, 2022

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El Paso Museum of Art Presents Fashion Nirvana Exhibition

The El Paso Museum of Art (EPMA) invites the public to experience a journey through the 1990s world of high fashion with a new exhibition, Fashion Nirvana: Runway to Everyday, November 12, 2021 through March 12, 2022. The exhibition will open with a preview reception at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, November 12. Located in the Woody […]Read More

El Paso Museum of Art to present: Cercle et Carré

The El Paso Museum of Art (EPMA) presents “Cercle et Carré and the International Spirit of Abstract Art,” the first major exhibition in the United States devoted to the art and activities of the group Cercle et Carré, on view now through August 15, 2021. “This exhibition includes works by famous artists Wassily Kandinksy, Sonia […]Read More

Museum of Art Receives COVID-19 Relief Grant from Andrew W.

Thursday afternoon, officials with the El Paso Museums and Cultural Affairs Department announced that the El Paso Museum of Art has received a $100,000 COVID-19 relief grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; the largest supporter of the arts and humanities in the nation.  “This generous support from the Mellon Foundation comes at a crucial […]Read More

El Paso Museum of Art offers free Virtual Art Workshops

The El Paso Museum of Art may be closed but the cultural institution is showcasing a variety of free, online workshops on its website as part of the Art School Program.  The museum continues to maintain a vibrant digital presence through remote learning. The online workshops are led by different local artists and focus on […]Read More

El Paso area organizations receive Humanities Texas Relief Grants

Thursday afternoon, officials with Humanities Texas announced that seven cultural and educational nonprofit organizations in the El Paso area had received Relief Grants. Recipients include the Binational Independent Film Festival, El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso Museum of History, Juntos Art Association, The University of Texas at El Paso, San Elizario Genealogy and Historical Society and the […]Read More

Museums and Cultural Affairs Department hosting open house for working

Working artists in all disciplines are invited to an open house next week, held by the Museums and Cultural Affairs Department (MCAD).  “The programming provided by MCAD has a significant impact on El Paso’s economy, and it starts with funding our program’s grants to local artists and arts and culture organizations,” said Deputy City Manager […]Read More

New exhibit ‘Rachel Rose: Lake Valley’ to open at El

The El Paso Museum of Art (EPMA) invites the public to view its new exhibition, Rachel Rose: Lake Valley that opens Friday, January 24 at the museum. “Rachel Rose is one of the best-known artists working with moving images in America today,” said El Paso Museum of Art Senior Curator Dr. Kate Green. “Visitors of all ages […]Read More

El Paso Museum of Art announces newest acquisitions

On Tuesday, El Paso Museum of Art (EPMA) officials announced their newest acquisition of art, Seventy Six Point Cosmic Shield and The Beast by Beatriz Cortez. EPMA members were invited to grow the EPMA collection at this year’s Members’ Choice, held on December 5, 2019. Members voted for the acquisition of these contemporary works of art. “EPMA is thrilled […]Read More

EP Museum of Art’s newly renovated second floor gallery space

After extensive renovations, the El Paso Museum of Art (EPMA) has finished its Refresh project and will celebrate the grand opening of the second-floor gallery space on Friday, September 27, with two new exhibitions; Leo Villareal: Early Light and 60 Years of Collecting. “Museums must always be evolving alongside the communities they represent and serve,” said EPMA Interim […]Read More

El Paso Museum of Art announces new exhibit: Tom Lea

Starting August 23, the El Paso Museum of Art invites the public to view its new exhibition, Tom Lea and World War II. “Tom Lea and World War II presents the war through the eyes of the only painter working from its frontlines, illuminating the far-reaching legacy of one of El Paso’s most iconic artists,” […]Read More