HOUSTON, Texas, The Heritage Society disclosed their new “Mexican-American History and Culture in twentieth Century Houston” mural on Th evening.
The Heritage Society at Samuel Houston Park, supported in 1954, is Houston’s solely outside, interactive historic repository and park. Their aim is to preserve the city’s historic price for the education of future generations.
A historical part to town of Houston square measure the contributions by the city’s Mexican-American community.
The Heritage Society was dedicated to celebrating the culture by making this mural to spotlight places, personalities, ideas and events that formed the Mexican-American community.
The mural, that lies inside a dramatic background of hall and also the downtown skyline, is in line to turning into Houston’s new beloved cultural landmark.
Artists Jesse Sifuentes and Laura Lopez-Cano began acting on it in April. The mural options necessary folks, events, music and food of Mexican-American culture.
Mural artists Laura López Cano and Jesse Sifuentes, beside key fundraisers, were gift to unveil their work to Houstonians for the primary time.