“Brownsville Architecture: A Visual History”

Talk Looks at RGV History Through Architecture

Local photographer and writer to discuss new publication

There are several ways one can imagine life 100 years ago and one of those ways is looking at historic buildings. The Museum of South Texas History, a museum chronicling the heritage of South Texas and northeastern Mexico, welcomes Deval “Pino” Shah and Eileen Mattei Feb. 11 at 2 p.m. as they present “Lower Rio Grande Valley History Through Architecture.” Pino Shah is a world heritage photographer based out of…

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Multimedia Art Event Explores the FOLD

Exhibit opens Feb. 2 Art that challenges space and time will be the focal point for FOLD: Art, Metaphor and Practice, a series of…

Clark Shapes Clay into a Business

“I’m not a be-still or sit-still kind of guy,” said sculptor Doug Clark in his Edinburg studio. The number and variety of bronze sculptures…

The Business of Teaching Creativity

Anaid Madrigal stands before a group of young girls enjoying a…

Dancing as Fast as She Can 

In 1995, during her senior year at Lamar University, Lori Rodgers…

Talent Development = More Business

Jonathan Hess and Sindy Buezo-Hess intend to make their Hess Modeling…