The Border Art Residency provides space and time for artists to pursue their practice while exploring the intersection and significance of the border with an emphasis on engaging the community. The Border Art Residency was established in 1997 as a place to support contemporary visual artists. The brain child of Ray Parish and Becky Hendrick, this program provides artists with the opportunity to concentrate on their work in a quiet setting without distractions or the worry of immediate sales or an outside job to pay for housing expenses. A monthly stipend is given to each artist during the ten-month residency.
The Border Art Residency, a non-profit organization affiliated with the El Paso Community Foundation, offers a selected artist a period of retreat for creative work in a living/studio space in the heart of El Paso, Texas. Resident artists are provided with a fully furnished living/working space, a monthly stipend of $600, and all utilities paid (except phone and Internet). The living space is a fully furnished 11 x 16’(Approximately) studio apartment.
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