Soy de Tejas showcases over 100 works of art of forty native Texan and Texas-based contemporary artists. Each reflects, “the diverse and beautiful complexity of Latinx identities.” Let’s review how the Border Region is represented in this survey.
Almost a year later, Rebekah Hinojosa is scheduled to make her first appearance in court in February for, allegedly, vandalizing city property. Rebekah was arrested and charged with a Class B Misdemeanor and was publicly doxxed by Mayor Trey Mendez social media account. Was she targeted for her activism against SpaceX?
Society’s labels for people can otherize them and be hurtful. This can be the case in the way people with a disability and their relationships are categorized as “interable relationships.” Read more about why some in the region think the term is incorrect.
Impending natural disasters endanger the Lower Rio Grande due to the increasing climate crisis, which opens the door to inequity in our region during the recovery process. However, when community members and advocates are vigilant and active in the preparedness and public assistance processes, a more just recovery is possible.
Clay ware can be a window to the bygone, yet it simultaneously expands from our ancient traditions into new unseen forms that merge functionality, design, and decorative art with the experience of the now. Learn more about the Ceramic practice of the region.
Activists Resist Elon Musk’s SpaceX “Colonization” of South Texas, Citing Environmental Harm and Gentrification
RGV Groups seek information on possible collusion between SpaceX and local officials, targeting of environmental activists, and federal licensing process.
The International Museum of Art and Science (IMAS) announced the open call for their 2nd Annual Members Juried Art Show in the Fall of 2022. The exhibition is an opportunity to show among local artists in one of the prominent Rio Grande Valley galleries.
“Now & Then Leonardski Shows Up” by Chris Leonard on view at the San Benito Cultural Heritage Museum. The exhibition is an extensive survey of the artist’s work from the early 80’s until present. Read more on the artist’s brightly colored, unrestrained view of the characters in his life, both real and imaginary.
Piñatas are a staple for many Latinx communities, but they are not just associated with childhood anymore. The craft carries the deep cultural significance of a practice that has endured from indigenous times, sustained generations of families, and continues to be a staple of our visual identity.
Trucha in collaboration with Carla Hughes Studios are proud to welcome Souther Recio as the inaugural resident artist for the Rio Grande Ceramics Residency (RGCR). Learn more about what Recio has planned and follow her process.