Maribel Villalva is the executive director of UTEP's Centennial Celebration and the director of its Centennial Museum and Chihuahuan Desert Gardens.
As the Centennial Celebration comes to a close, we would like to thank everyone for their support and participation in UTEP's 100th Anniversary.
Make plans to attend the Centennial Photo Contest exhibit opening Nov. 8! Winners will be announced at this day! Join us for food, family and fun!
As part of the University of Texas at El Paso’s Centennial Celebration, The Centennial Museum and Welcome Center, in conjunction with UTEP Faculty Member Kathleen Key, will present “An Evening with Lisa Napoli” at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 12.
The final exhibit in the series is an interactive exhibit showcasing the entries and winners of the Centennial Photo Contest.
For October, the Centennial Office has partnered with the UTEP Student Alumni Association to present the “Haunted UTEP” Walking Tour and Haunted House.
The United States Postal Service will offer a special postmark in honor of The University of Texas at El Paso’s Centennial Celebration on Friday, Oct. 10, during UTEP’s Homecoming Week.
Part of that history includes its longstanding friendship with the Kingdom of Bhutan. As a result, the Museum is currently displaying the exhibit “Bhutan: Jewel of the Himalayas” featuring the photography of Mark Paulda, which will be up through Oct. 25.
The theme for the September tour is “Arts Venues on Campus” to highlight the places on the UTEP where both the UTEP community and the public can enjoy art and attend musical and theatrical performances.
Awards were presented to Gaspar Enriquez and Rachelle Thiewes at the Centennial Celebration of the Arts.
As the headquarters for the UTEP Centennial Celebration, the Centennial Museum and Welcome Center will present the newest exhibit in the Centennial Exhibit Series, “Bhutan: Jewel of the Himalayas / Photography by Mark Paulda,” with a public opening at 2