• October 31, 2020

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Gallery: Resilience: Remembering August 3 exhibition at the El Paso

On Friday morning, officials with the Museums and Cultural Affairs Department and the El Paso Museum of History opened their doors for a sneak peek of the Resilience: Remembering August 3 exhibition that is dedicated to the victims of the Walmart massacre. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Museum of History remains closed and the exhibition is available to the public via virtual means. Museum officials did […]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

Steve Edwards’ ‘Etchings’ exhibit opens at El Paso Museum of

The El Paso Museum of History (EPMH) invites the public to the opening of a new exhibition, Etchings by Steve Edwards. “We are fortunate to have been gifted such incredible pieces,” said El Paso Museum of History Director Dr. Vladimir von Tsurikov. “This collection showcases some of the finest handmade engravings by Steve Edwards, renowned artist of […]Read More

El Paso Museum of History new Railroad Legacy exhibit opens

‘Tracks Across the Desert: More Than 100 Years of Railroad in El Paso,’ rolls into the El Paso Museum of History (EPMH) starting next week. The museum’s first exhibition of the year, opening Thursday, January 23rd, will explore the role the railroad played in shaping El Paso’s economy, technology, and society as it transformed the […]Read More

Museum of History to feature El Paso Chamber of Commerce

The El Paso Museum of History invites the public to view the newest exhibition Powerhouse of the Southwest: 120 Years of the El Paso Chamber of Commerce. “At EPMH, the El Paso Chamber of Commerce is literally our neighbor—they’re just across the street from us,” said El Paso Museum of History Director Dr. Vladimir von Tsurikov. […]Read More

El Paso Museum of History, national partners to host ‘Looking

At a time when Americans are more polarized than ever, especially on the issue of immigration, national and local organizations have partnered together to help bridge the divide. Looking for America seeks to bring people together across a multitude of political opinions to answer the question, “What does it mean to be American?” The invite-only […]Read More

‘Faces and Places of the Chihuahuan Desert’ exhibit now open

Beginning Thursday, October 3rd, the Museum of History will host the traveling exhibition, Faces and Places of the Chihuahuan Desert. The exhibit is composed of 31 photographs taken by University of Texas at El Paso professor Dr. Robert H. Schmidt, who has a background in natural resources and physical geography. “For the last three decades, he […]Read More

El Paso Museum of History opens new exhibit on Russian

The El Paso Museum of History will hold an opening reception of its newest exhibit Gifts and Prayers: The Romanovs and Their Subjects at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, September 28, at the museum. “The mission of the El Paso Museum of History is to be an educational resource for the community,” said El Paso Museum of History Director […]Read More

El Paso Museum of History issues call for artists, photographers

On Tuesday, El Paso Museum of History (EPMH) officials said they are now accepting submissions from the public for the Pasos Urbanos: A Photographic Narrative of the Borderlands, a juried photography exhibit set to open at the museum later this year. “There are always so many things happening Downtown—live music, murals, festivals, new businesses, and […]Read More