Las Imaginistas invite community partners to reflect on “Hacemos la Ciudad” and a “Plan de Arte Cívico del Pueblo Entero.”Read More
As part of our continued investigation on the future of art and equity in the City of Brownsville Movimiento del Futuro will feature 8 performers imagining what it would be like to live, move and breath in a more just version of our city.Read More
Las Imaginistas buscan tres artistas que pueden ofrecer sus servicios de forma voluntaria para diseñar logo-tipos para nuestras emprendedores de Taller de Permiso.
Las Imaginistas are looking for three artists to volunteer their services to help our Taller de Permiso Emprendedores design logos for their developing businesses.Read More
Estamos tomando aplicaciones para Taller de Permiso, una seria de clases de capacitación de pequeñas empresas para vendedores de alimentos o personas que deseen iniciar un negocio de venta de alimentos.
We are taking applications for Taller de Permiso, our ten-week small business training for food vendors or people who would like to start a food vending businessRead More
On July 14th, 2018 at 10am in the Brownsville Public Library Las Imaginists will launch their year long initiative to engage the community to imagine the future of the region. Our collective exploration commences with three panel discussions and short workshops scheduled for Saturday the 14th, 21st and 28th.
Read more about Hacemos La Ciudad and the project launch here.Read More
Las Imaginistas are 2018 Blade of Grass Fellows!
“A Blade of Grass, an organization that provides support for social-practice artworks, has named its 2018 ABOG Fellows for Socially Engaged Art. Six artists and two collectives will each receive $20,000 in unrestricted funding for projects that will be realized across the United States ”
Read more about the 2018 Blade of Grass fellows here!Read More
“By acknowledging and supporting the central role that women play in manifesting a more equitable future of the region we aim to not only give them the credit and opportunities they deserve but to also create a more accurate account of history, in order that future generations may better understand what was and is possible.“
Read the full article about the Women of Artplace here!
“Three Brownsville artists and educators will receive $350,000 in funding from ArtPlace America’s 2017 National Creative Placemaking Fund. Las Imaginistas/Taller de Permiso is one of only 23 projects that will receive more than $8.7 million to execute their creative project….”
Read the full article on Neta here!Read More
"The Buena Vida neighborhood of Brownsville, Texas is one of the oldest and most culturally vibrant of the southernmost edge of the US/ Mexico border. There is an incredible strength of cultural resources in the community and many people are ready to start turning their creativity into small businesses."
Read the full post on the Artplace America site here!