Yes indeed, talking about none other than Chupachanga.
In keeping with its tradition and fare, the event is all about having fun with art.
And about keeping it original – stating with bringing in a steamroller.
Large-scale prints by artists Sabrina Alfaro and Juan Miguel Ramos will be made using a steamroller.
Not kidding. Check it out:
- San Anto Cultural Arts
Alfaro is a summer intern at San Anto, about to head into her senior year pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts at UTSA.
"It's been a great summer at San Anto and this is a fun way to celebrate all we've accomplished the past few weeks," Alfaro said in a news release from the iconic West Side nonprofit agency.
Ramos, a co-founder of San Anto from back in the day, is a teacher and has a Master's of Fine Arts from UTSA.
The block party is free and open to the public. It takes place tomorrow from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Galeria parking lot of the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center at 723 S. Brazos St. (intersection with El Paso).
San Anto was founded in 1993 and became a nonprofit four years later. A leader in the city's push for a bigger artistic presence, the organization is best known for its community newspaper, El Placazo, as well for its ongoing mural and public art program.