More than 100 borderland artists will exhibit and sell their work at the yearly Las Artistas Artwork and Good Crafts Show Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 20-21.
The display, now in its 51st 12 months, is from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each days at the Epic Railyard Occasion Middle, 2201 E. Mills. Admission is $10.
El Paso muralists Tino Ortega, Babak Tavakoli and Christin Apodaca will do a stay portray on web page on Saturday.
The nonprofit organization was established in 1970 with a mission to encourage appreciation for great crafts and art in the borderland while providing arts schooling chances. It commenced as a yard art present by a handful of El Paso artists trying to get a venue to exhibit and offer their operate.
The firm is between location artists and cultural nonprofits who collectively gained $250,000 in grants from the city’s Museums and Cultural Affairs Office Cultural Funding Software.
Arts and cultural programming has an once-a-year financial impact of much more than $103 million in El Paso, according to an economic effect review by People in america for the Arts.