Our Mission is to create opportunities that will engage the community to experience art, music, dance, film, community theater, and cultural events with an emphasis in music, performing and visual arts education for everyone.
Revival of Cultural Arts is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that holds under its care the Carlotta K. Petrina Cultural Center located in the Historic District in Brownsville, Texas. In partnership with the City of Brownsville and numerous other partners, ROCA oversees all programming at the Brownsville George Ramirez Performing Arts Academy in the heart of Downtown Brownsville.
We strive to create inclusive, holistic, and life-giving programs that fosters a sense of belonging to facilitate social cohesion.
A Little Bit of Mexico: 70th Year Anniversary
Revival of Cultural Arts (ROCA) is honored to continue the decades long tradition by presenting “A Little Bit of Mexico” Dance Production on Sunday, February 25, 2024, at 7:30 p.m. at the Texas Southmost College Performing Arts Center in Brownsville, Texas.
The Order of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament (OVISS) has endorsed ROCA to continue with “A Little Bit of Mexico” Production, as a way to honor the legacy of the Sisters who initiated the
celebration of culture through this program for decades. The Sisters are delighted to offer resources, costumes, and other items to ROCA to enhance the production and continue the success of “A Little Bit of Mexico.” Sister Annette Wagner, OVISS, Delegate of the Superior General, said, “We want to continue gifting the Brownsville community with a celebration of culture through music, performance and visual arts.”
Tickets on Sale at Brownsville George Ramirez Performing Arts Academy 543 E. 11th Street
4pm-8pm M-F Saturday 10am-3pm. Or by appointment (956)266-7777