Last Thursdays is an art walk downtown that includes free special programs and exhibitions from the El Paso Museum of Art, art galleries, Pop-Up installations, live artist performances, live-music, with shopping, and drink and dining specials at downtown restaurants. Last Thursdays is a collaboration to showcase the contemporary art scene of El Paso and experience the cultural renaissance that has emerged downtown. Last Thursdays is free and open to the community.
FREE admission to the El Paso Museum of Art special exhibitions (General Admission tickets are regularly $10) FREE admission on Last Thursdays until 9:00 p.m.
The Hal Marcus Gallery is proud to present Gene Keller, singer and songwriter and author of Tongue Tied to the Border-44 years of El Paso poetry. Keller will be introducing his forthcoming Christmas album entitled “Hug a Bum.” 1308 N. Oregon
September is the final month of Summer Hours for Last Thursdays with events starting at 8 p.m.
ART VENUES: El Paso Museum of Art – 1 Arts Festival Plaza The El Paso Museum of History – 510 N Santa Fe St Hal Marcus Gallery - 1308 N Oregon St mARTket at the Camino Real – 101 S. El Paso St. Camino Real Uptown Room– 101 S. El Paso St. Loft Light Studios – 315 S. El Paso St. The Grocery Gallery – 305 Chihuahua on the corner of Overland The Station – 500 W. Overland, suite 250 2nd Floor Contemporary Arts – 205 E. San Antonio Purple Pop Up Gallery – 204 N. Mesa The Red Room at the Network – 317 E. Mills El Paso Artisan Gallery - 300 W. San Antonio Ave Ave at Pike’s Place - 207 E. Mills
DRINK & DINING SPECIALS: Foodville - 218 Mills The Grocery Gallery Café – 305 Chihuahua on the corner of Overland Bowie Feathers - 209 S. El Paso St., 2nd floor Hello Day Café – 209 S. El Paso St. Valentine’s Kitchen – 504 W. San Antonio Ave. The Network - 317 E. Mills Ave. Tabla – 115 S. Durango St. at Union Plaza The Garden – 511 Western Ct. at Union Plaza
SHOPPING: The Mix - 518 W. San Antonio Manchot Le Trendy OM Botticelli Fashion The shops at the Mix offer discounts from 15% off or more.
(various venues downtown)
Kaycee Dougherty, Downtown Arts District Coordinator/ MCAD PIO