Saturday, February 12, 2011

Tembloroso Creative Labs Gives a Little Love to El Paso's Talent

Tembloroso Creative Labs wants to raise the profiles of visual artists living in El Paso, and they're going to do just that starting this Monday with the launch of

Tembloroso Creative Labs members Jim Ward, Kristine Ward, Armando Alvarez and Brandon Silverstein (all El Paso natives) are the team behind, a website dedicated to creating a virtual community for El Paso visual artists and musicians, bringing awareness to a growing community of visual artists living and working in El Paso.

“With the talent and networks that our local artists have developed we felt like it was a good time to use our abilities to create a place where they can both sell their goods and increase their profiles,” said Jim Ward. will feature an online store, artist profiles, daily blog updates, a calendar of events and more.

For visual artists and musicians interested in selling their work on, use the contact us form available on the website. Says programmer Brandon Silverstein, "we will curate what is sold on the site and welcome artists and musicians to submit their work for review."

This Friday, you can meet the Tembloroso Creative Labs team at the official launch party taking place at Hope and Anchor.

You're Invited!
Tembloroso Creative Lab Launch Party
Date: Friday, February 18, 2011
Time: 7 - 9 p.m.
Location: Hope and Anchor, 4012 N. Mesa, must be 21 and over to attend

Meet the Tembloroso Creative Lab Team!
Armando Alvarez: Creative director and owner, Viva Creative Group
Brandon Silverstein: Web developer and owner, Impulse Development
Jim Ward: Musician, co-owner Hope and Anchor and Clap of Thunder Recording Studio
Kristine Ward: Creative Consultant and co-owner Hope and Anchor

1 comment:

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