Tucson, Arizona – Roadrunners mural artist Alejandra Trujillo started this week at Boys and Girls Clubs at 3155 E Grant Road. As part of a larger Boys and Girls Clubs campus beautification project with several community partners, the mural is painted on a storage container next to the DEK Hockey rink at the club which was unveiled by the Roadrunners in 2018.
About the artist
Alejandra Trujillo was born in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico and raised in Nogales, Arizona. She moved to Tucson with her husband and three children. She draws inspiration for her art from her past, her present and what she wants for our future. She is so grateful for the love and appreciation she receives from those who discover her art and from the patrons who support her. She feels Tucson is the perfect community to nurture her artistic soul.
Notable Murals in Southern Arizona by Alejandra Trujillo
Hub Love Mural on Congress Street in Tucson
Santa Cruz Valley National Heritage Area Mural – Nogales Sonora Border
Goldsmith’s House Murals on Historic Goldsmith’s House Tucson
Mural of the Goddess McCoy at the McCoy Hotel
El Pais motel fresco
About the Roadrunners
Entering their seventh season owned and operated by the Arizona Coyotes as an AHL affiliate, the Roadrunners have welcomed nearly 700,000 fans to cheer on them at the Tucson Convention Center since 2016. As proud members of the community of Southern Arizona, the Roadrunners and Roadrunners Give Back, a branch of the Arizona Coyotes Foundation, proud to support all community organizations with donations, volunteerism and public appearances by: executives, coaches, players and community. the team’s Dusty mascot. On the ice, the Roadrunners won the Pacific Division championships in two of their first six seasons. 46 Roadrunners have also played for the Coyotes since the team’s inception.
The Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance (SAACA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the creation, preservation, and advancement of the arts. SAACA strengthens connections between people, place and purpose through collaborative arts-based experiences. To date, SAACA has created over 300,000 arts-focused experiences, from innovative community festivals and cultural celebrations to creative sector development and accessible arts enrichment programs.