“Unidad y Alegria” is cdcb’s new mural that celebrates the essence of life in Brownsville and the RGV. Created by Brownsville artist Cecilia Sierra and in collaboration with local artists, the mural reflects small community moments, highlighting the transformative power of art in shaping the region’s narrative.
956 Artivists is a new series that explores the relationship between art and activism in the Rio Grande Valley. The first artist we interviewed is Octo, who shares some insight about his upcoming exhibition, “Ghetto Superstar,” and his mission to destigmatize growing up in poverty.
“Aligned Mind” showcases art by Cielo Zuniga, Ruby Delgado, and Savannah Muñoz as part of Trucha’s Movimiento Screen Printing Fellowship. The exhibition encourages self-observation and emotional connection as a means to work through trauma to help us continue the fight for liberation with aligned minds.
Experience border narratives from the RGV, Laredo, and beyond at Miraaa Media Fest in 2024! Uncover how Miraaa is on a mission to create a more inclusive and boundary-breaking art world and how you, too, can submit your film short before the deadline.
Read about the incredible journey of the Flower Shop Art Residency, a vital testament to the collective artistic efforts in the Rio Grande Valley. This Friday, the “Art is Short for Artifact” exhibition highlights the work of the four artists who participated in Flower Shop’s first residency cycle!
The Camille Playhouse is a Brownsville landmark that has become an integral part of the theatre scene in South Texas. Experience the magic of this historic theater and discover why it has captivated audiences in the RGV.
In 1989, Guerra laid the foundation for the UTRGV Mariachi Aztlan, little knowing that it would eventually evolve into the nation’s leading university mariachi program.
Discover how Zoho, a tech giant, took over a majority of the second and third floors of the McAllen Creative Incubator, displacing many local artists from the once creative hub.
Step into the captivating world of Rio Grande Valley through the lens of Benny Hoyuela. Immerse yourself in the rugged beauty and rich heritage of this unique region.
Lorena Abreu, a RGV native, professional stuntwoman, parkour athlete, and SAG-AFTRA union member, shares her perspective on the current strike, addressing Hollywood’s income inequality in this exclusive interview.