The City of Edinburg will host “Printed Pueblos & Personas De Pura Cultura” a group art exhibit featuring the work of seven Rio Grande Valley natives: Cecilia Sierra, Clarissa Martinez, Corinne Whittemore, Jessie Burciaga, Jesus De La Rosa, Michael Flanagan and Michel Flores Tavizon. The exhibit is on display through May 25th, at the Dustin Michael Sekula Memorial Library. The library, through its Cultural Arts Division, hosts a variety of free exhibits and public programs throughout the year that showcases local artists.
The exhibit features the diverse interpretations of printed art and what significance and/or meaning each piece has to the artists and their culture. This exhibit serves as an archive of modern print art that sprung from timeless memories, beliefs, and a sense of identity and belonging to the Latinx culture.
This art exhibit is a free event brought to you by the City of Edinburg’s Library & Cultural Arts Department. Exhibits are self-guided during regular library hours. For the safety of everyone, masks are highly encouraged. For more information please call (956) 383-6246 or visit us at edinburgarts.com