The City of Edinburg hosts Art Exhibits at the Dustin M. Sekula Memorial Library. Exhibits are free and open to the public. Exhibits are located inside the Friends of the Library Meeting Room within the library; please ask at the Circulation Desk to point you to the exhibits. 

The Exhibits program is committed to presenting a wide range of diverse and engaging exhibitions focused on contemporary culture. Artists are encouraged to submit a letter of interest to Magdiel Castle, Cultural Arts Manager. There is a time-artist ratio disparity that prevents us from selecting everyone; Edinburg-based artists are our primary focus as well as other artists from the Rio Grande Valley. Special Exhibits are occasionally scheduled to foster visual and cultural exchange for the residents of Edinburg and surrounding communities.

All Exhibits are in partnership with the Edinburg Arts Foundation.

Nancy Watson Flyer

Nancy Watson is a native of Edinburg, graduating from Edinburg High School in 1965 and from UT Pan American in 1971 she now lives in South Padre Island and has taught art for 30 years. Nancy has participated in FAMFEST and Edinburg's Artrageous. Nancy goes by her artist name Fiorini, her mother's maiden name and last surviving family member by the last name Fiorini. 

Fiorini's passion is centered on the culture of Mexico and it's people evident in her colorful work and imagery of the pieces exhibiting at the Sekula Memorial Library.

2019 Exhibit Schedule


Exhibit Length

Reception Date

Jan LeBleu

Nov. 7 – Jan 11

Nov. 29

Crystal Ziemann

Jan. 14 – Feb. 7

Jan. 31

Joe Hernandez

Feb. 18 – Mar. 14

Feb. 26

Youth Art Month

Mar. 8 – Mar. 20

Mar. 14

Nancy Watson

Apr. 10 – May 24

May 14

Leila Hernandez

Aug. 8 -Sep. 19

Aug. 29

Gilma Ambrasky

Sep. 23 – Oct. 24

Oct. 10

ECISD Teacher’s Exhibit

Nov. 4 – Jan. 9

Nov. 21

Receptions are held at the Dustin M. Sekula Memorial Library, they are free and open to the public. Gallery space is open throughout the duration of the Exhibit Length.