As part of the University of El Paso at TexasCentennial celebration, different public tours are scheduled to explore the history of the university.
“The Centennial is not just a UTEP celebration,” says Centennial Museum director Maribel Villalva, who coordinates the tours. “It’s a community celebration. These tours were created to invite members of the community to come on campus and learn more about
More than 20 people toured the many works of art located around the UTEP campus during the Public Art Tour, as part of the University’s Centennial Tour Series. Tours of the art pieces are available by appointment throughout the month
The best part about The University of Texas at El Paso’s public art is how anyone can encounter beautiful and interesting pieces at almost every turn: inside the buildings, along the walkways and dotting the roadsides. Stacy E. Schultz, Ph.D.,
Centennial Plaza construction continues, a new campus tour of public art.
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.
Students hurrying to classes around The University of Texas at El Paso might not realize they are passing by a renowned artist's work.
Sacred Heart Church will celebrate UTEP by having an Orange Mass.
MEDIA RELEASE For Immediate Release Media Contact: Maribel Villalva, 747-6669 Centennial Tour Series Highlights Public Art on Campus in February (Jan. 24, 2014) The Centennial Tour Series was created to showcase UTEP’s rich history and beautiful campus throughout the
Dr. Stacy Schultz trains #UTEP tour guides #UTEP100years pic.twitter.com/gpmy7Zcjmc — Keith Erekson (@KeithAErekson) January 11, 2014 During the fall semester, Dr. Stacy Schultz and the students in her art history course set out to uncover the stories behind the works