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Organized by El Paso Students, Texas’ First Bordalo II Mural Made of Recycled Trash Pops with Hope

Organized by El Paso Students, Texas’ First Bordalo II Mural Made of Recycled Trash Pops with Hope

Instead of waiting for politicians to take action, members of a high school art club in El Paso decided it was up to them to act. 

Exploring Colorful El Paso Through Its Public Artworks

Exploring Colorful El Paso Through Its Public Artworks

Even a short drive through El Paso reveals a city that’s unmistakably …

Acclaimed Artist Jesse Lott Sculpts the Houston Art Scene and Beyond

Acclaimed Artist Jesse Lott Sculpts the Houston Art Scene and Beyond

Jesse Lott’s art studio, on the west side of Houston’s Fifth Ward, …

8 Summer Art Exhibits to See Now

8 Summer Art Exhibits to See Now

Giant LEGO dinosaurs, superhero-themed paintings, and photographs of famous musicians are currently on exhibit at museums in Texas—but they won’t be for much longer.

The Story of Mi Tierra’s ‘American Dream’ Mural in San Antonio

The Story of Mi Tierra’s ‘American Dream’ Mural in San Antonio

Featuring portraits of more than 100 people, “American Dream” was the idea of Jorge Cortez—the son of Mi Tierra founders Pedro “Pete” and Cruz Cortez. “I wanted to honor my father and mother, who came to the U.S. as immigrants,” Cortez says of the mural.

Houston Exhibition Offers Rare Chance to See Van Gogh Masterworks in Person

Houston Exhibition Offers Rare Chance to See Van Gogh Masterworks in Person

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, will unveil a new Vincent van Gogh exhibition this Sunday, offering a rare—perhaps once-in-a-lifetime—opportunity to see the iconic Dutch painters’ masterpieces up close and in person. The exhibition runs through June 27.

New Book Chronicles the Life of San Antonio Artist Jesse Treviño

New Book Chronicles the Life of San Antonio Artist Jesse Treviño

In over 30 years as a journalist, San Marcos writer and Texas Highways contributor Anthony Head has covered everything from high school basketball in Indiana to politics in Chicago to the culinary arts of Los Angeles, where he was an editor with Bon Appétit magazine.

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