Saturday, October 27, 2007
TAMUK EXHIBITION "AS OF NOW" Works of Leading Rio Grande Valley Artists on Displayat A&M-Kingsville Ben Bailey Art Gallery Oct. 2 -Nov.2 ........read more on http://www.thev247.com/:linkhttp://www.thev247.com/entertainment/works_1307___article.html Texas Brownsville: Carlos G. Gomez; Gabriel Trevino Edinburg: Leila Hernandez; Paul ValadezHarlingen: Lenard Brown; Jennifer Rodriguez McAllen: Celeste de Luna; Phyllis Evans; DavidFreeman; Aleida Garcia; Veronica Jaeger; Izel Vargas;Brian Wedgworth Mission: Luis ContrerasWeslaco: Rachel Freyman Brown; Rene Garza MexicoMatamoros: Juan Gonzalez Rosales; Mauricio Sáenz The exhibit is an Hispanic Heritage Month event. For more information, call 361-593-2619 or firstname.lastname@example.org ALSO CHECKOUT GLASSTIRE - NEWSWIREYes Virginia, there's art in the Valley - 10/02/07 - Rainey KnudsonThose of us who live topside of the Nueces tend, predictably, to think of South Texas as a mysterious, somewhat barren place where everyone's bilingual and life is sleepy (except when the federal government announces "preliminary" plans to build a giant fence bisecting people's property). A place, in short, where there's very little art. Well there is some art, and a show opening at A&M-Kingsville this Friday, Oct. 5 proves it: As of Now: A Collection of Rio Grande Valley Artists features work from Gabriel Trevino, Leila Hernandez, Paul Valdez, Phyllis Evans, Izel Vargas, Luis Contreras and Mauricio Sáenz, amongst others. It's a mixed bag, sure, but a sign that there might just be gold in them thar Valley towns. http://live.glasstire.com/© 2001 - 2007 Glasstire P.O. Box 70408 Houston, Texas 77270-0408Glasstire is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation.