Discover Tradiciones!, a (virtual) Art Getaway hosted by the El Paso Museum of Art!

Experience and interact with this virtual EPMA Art Getaway featuring a collection of videos highlighting paintings in the EPMA Kress Collection, art workshops, a mural tour and downloadable family-friendly activities. July 17-24.

Virtual Kress Collection Tour

Explore the Kress Collection at your own pace and take in some of the signature works of art found within one of the largest collections of European Art in the Southwest!

Al hacer clic en una de las imágenes que aparecen a continuación, accederá a la página de las colecciones europeas

Kress Map
Virtual Mural Tour

Journey through a map of El Paso Murals and hear each of their stories as told by local muralist, Cimi Alvarado. Many of the murals on this journey are his own or were created by him in collaboration with other local muralists. Each one offering its own enlightenment to border culture.

Click on a mural image below to see and hear about the mural. You can also download the mural map in PDF format.

Al hacer clic en una de las imágenes siguientes se abrirá la imagen del mural y el audio.

Virtual Classes
Taller de arcilla orientado a las familias

El taller de arcilla orientado a las familias

Clase magistral de retablos

Aprenda a crear un Retablo

Downloadable Activities:
Coloring Pages and Family Guide

Explore EPMA’s permanent collection with free downloadable coloring pages and art activities designed for all family members. Dive into the world of traditional art, use your creativity to turn the black and white pages into colorful art pieces. These activities will allow families to enjoy a museum experience from home.

Coloring Pages

Traditional Otomi Art

Cultural Guide

See what the El Paso Cultural Arts District has to offer with this guide to venues and amenities.

Visite la guía cultural

Support For Art Getaways Is Provided By:

Texas Commission on the Arts
Texas Commission on the Arts - State Cultural District
El Paso Museum of Art Foundation
El Paso Downtown Arts District


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