Communities for Peace — a collaboration of the El Paso Symphony Orchestra, El Paso Opera, El Paso Pro-Musica and the UTEP Department of Music — will premiere El Paso Requiem during EPSO’s concerts at 7:30 pm Oct. 22-23 in the Plaza Theatre.
Truck stop-owner-turned philanthropist surrounded by family and friends
ArtStream connects teachers, students, and schools with the creative arts and transformational learning practices and helps teachers and students engage in active learning in the classroom and beyond.
Every Little Blessing Preschool is near and dear to our hearts.
Throughout her life, Ann was kind, generous, and thoughtful toward her community and family. She planted seeds of knowledge and curiosity that will bloom forever through her fund with the El Paso Community Foundation.
The first in a series of blog posts highlighting some of EPCF’s education initiatives.
We have teamed up with Teachers Can to celebrate and promote World Teachers’ Day. Join us!
The World’s Largest Classic Film Festival will take place July 28 - August 7, 2022.
El Paso has lost one of its greats. Diana Natalicio was a community builder, leader, and steward of thousands of young lives throughout her tenure at the University of Texas at El Paso.
The El Paso Children’s Museum and Science Center is pleased to announce that Kirk and Judy Robison of Peter Piper Pizza gave $500,000 to sponsor the Make It exhibition.