“Arts Venues on Campus” Highlighted in new Centennial Walking Tour

By on September 14, 2014

The Centennial Tour Series was created to showcase UTEP’s rich history and beautiful campus throughout the University’s Centennial Celebration in 2014. Each month, a new tour will focus on a different aspect of UTEP. 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.

The tours are free and open to the public.

The “Arts Venues on Campus” tour was designed by Paul J. Vierra, Managing Editor and Researcher of the Centennial Celebration Office. Vierra will lead the tours and showcases places such as the Centennial Museum, Fox Fine Arts Center, the Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for Contemporary Art and the UTEP Dinner Theatre. Participants will also learn about upcoming exhibits and performances.

The tours will begin and end at the Centennial Museum and Welcome Center, corner of University Avenue and Wiggins Road.

MAKE PLANS

What: Centennial Tour Series – Arts Venues on Campus

When: 11a.m. Saturday, September 20.

Where: Tour begins and ends at the Centennial Museum and Welcome Center, corner of University Avenue and Wiggins Road.

RSVP: Maribel Villalva at 915-747-6669 or email at mvillalva2@utep.edu.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Maribel Villalva is the executive director of UTEP's Centennial Celebration and the director of its Centennial Museum and Chihuahuan Desert Gardens.