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“A profession in the arts has always been discouraged by others, and some people do listen and branch off to other professions and I think if they ever wonder, what if they hadn’t listened to everyone else?” said Vicente Delgado, a UTEP senior graduating with a double major in printmaking and painting.

Graduating artist worries about an uncertain future

Jaqueline Martinez, Reporter May 11, 2020

With a double major in printmaking and painting, Vicente Delgado is a UTEP Visual Arts graduating senior of the 2020 spring semester. Born and raised in El Paso, Delgado decided to pursue the arts as it became a familiar hobby growing up.   Surrounded...

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Bardo Martinez from Chicano Batman sings at Neon Desert Music Festival in Downtown El Paso on May 26, 2018.

Recap: 2019 Neon Desert Music Festival

Valeria Olivares, Reporter May 28, 2019

During the morning of Saturday, May 25, it was announced that Ximena Sariñana, who was scheduled to perform the same day, would no longer appear in this year’s festival due to “unexpected visa issues.” However, an email sent by Neon Desert Music...

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Enks, held his final goodbye to El Paso in his solo exhibition No Pasa Nada at Power at the Pass on December 14th-15th.

El Paso artist leaves hometown to expand his horizons

Gaby Velasquez, Photo Editor January 29, 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KXMiuiqiyO4 "Los Visionaries" or "Los Visionarios" are an art collective from El Paso that consists of artists with many talents: painters, poets, musicians, composers, hair stylist, dancers, etc. The collective was...

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Rubin center presents variety of exhibits for the spring semester

Rubin center presents variety of exhibits for the spring semester

Alexia Nava, Reporter January 29, 2019

The Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts, located at 500 W. University Ave. on campus presented  three exhibitions Jan. 24 from a variety of recognized artists that will run until the first two weeks of April.  Since its inception...

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X Projects presents “EQUIS” exhibition by Berlin curators

X Projects presents “EQUIS” exhibition by Berlin curators

Glenda Avalos, Contributor January 29, 2019

X Projects presented their first gallery named “EQUIS” featuring local-based artists Jan. 25 at XOLO gallery, 2812 N. Piedras St. X Projects is a cultural event production house based in El Paso, that is searching to foster local talent and create...

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The Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts Spring Exhibitions

Gaby Velasquez, Photo Editor January 26, 2019

The Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts held the opening reception for their newest exhibitions on Thursday, Jan. 24.  The show features A Piece of Our Mind: Posters By Joe Scorsone and Alice Drueding on the first floor, Convergence:...

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Attendees dress with traditional Mexican clothing and paint their face as catrinas to celebrate the Day of the Dead on Saturday, Nov. 3 at Down Town El Paso.

Day of Dead parade hits downtown El Paso

Gaby Velasquez, Photo Editor November 3, 2018

El Pasoans gathered on Saturday, Nov. 3 in Downtown El Paso to celebrate the Day of the Dead. Some of community dressed in traditional Mexican clothing and painted their faces, as catrinas for the first annual Noche de Calaveras Parade hosted by the El...

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UTEP’s Special Collections Department held the opening reception for the Carrillo in Color photography exhibition on Friday, Oct. 19 at the third floor of the library.

Special Collections Presents Carrillo in Color

Catherine Ramirez, Contributor October 19, 2018

The UTEP Special Collections Department hosted an exhibition of never-before-seen colored images from the late Mexican photographer Manuel Carrillo on Oct. 19, at the UTEP Library. The exhibition featured dozens of Carrillo’s colored photographs...

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Local venders set up their tables for the 1st anniversary of the Upper Valley Artist & Farmers Market at The Substation on Sunday Sept. 23.

Upper Valley Artist & Farmers Market celebrates one-year anniversary

Catherine Ramirez, Contributor September 27, 2018

The Upper Valley Artist & Farmers Market celebrated their one-year anniversary at the Substation with live music, authentic food, local art and products to fill attendees shopping bags. In celebration for the one-year anniversary, the market...

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People waiting for the start of the mult- channel media installation of Jessica Hankey and Erin Johnson at the Rubin Center June 2.

Salidas Y Entradas: Exists and Entrances Exhibition opens at the Rubin Center

Gustavo Ramirez, Contributer June 4, 2018

  The Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts held the opening reception for the Salidas Y Entradas Exists and Entrances Exhibition on Saturday, June 2. The multi-channel video installation by Jessica Hankey and Erin Johnson,...

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The Educators: Episode Two: Professor Unsworth

The Educators: Episode Two: Professor Unsworth

Javier Cortez, Editor May 19, 2018

https://soundcloud.com/user-479248766/the-educators-episode-2-eric-unsworth The Guest: Professor Erik Unsworth, Director of UTEP's Jazz Ensemble Two and Guitar Division String Bass/Electric Bass at the University of Texas at El Paso in the Department...

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Student art exhibit to take place at the Rubin Center

Student art exhibit to take place at the Rubin Center

Claudia Flores, Entertainment Editor May 1, 2018

As part of the annual tradition, the Gerald and Stanlee Rubin Center is set to present the 2018 Annual Juried UTEP Student Art Exhibition for the 2017-18 academic year. “The show is put together by the Department of Art and the Rubin Center and the...

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