Arts

Very Artsy owner, Veronica Cerda-Ayala, stands at her checkout counter, which used to be an old restaurant cashier stand that she transformed by added the molding details on the front and painted in a trendy ombre pattern.

When Passion Becomes Business

Whether writing, playing a sport, dancing or creating something new, our hobbies are a labor of love and enjoyment. Every once in a while, we are lucky enough to turn our hobbies into something more. This is exactly what Veronica Cerda-Ayala did.  After 18 years of being a teacher, Ayala decided she was ready to pursue her true passion … home decor. She began several years ago in her very…

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Giving Back: McAllen Artist Mitch D’Arte

The works of Mcallen artist Mitch D’Arte are very much inspired by the multi-colors and textures of Mexican art. Her paintings are very representative…
McAllen

Edinburg Cultural Arts Brings Communities Together

The sound of Mexican music reverberates throughout the courtyard at the Edinburg City Hall. Colorful papel picado dance above the crowd. Women and little…
Edinburg

Alamo Holds T-Shirt Design Contest

The City of Alamo is currently accepting submissions from artists and…
Alamo

Downtown Brownsville Comes Alive

For many years, downtown Brownsville looked like a ghost town,…
Brownsville

UTRGV Documentary Earns Telly Award

UTRGV’s Community Historical Archaeology Project with Schools has…