Howdy Homemade Ice Cream Shop now open at 601 N. Oregon
Series goes interactive with Mountain Movement’s Oscillate
Thousands of people are stranded here without basics, fighting cold and hunger, hoping for a better life. In an effort to help these people– who have left their homes to flee even worse conditions, including violence and profound poverty– the El Paso Community Foundation has made grants to the following community organizations, who are leaders in these efforts, and we encourage you to do the same. Read about them HERE.
We are excited to announce that the Prentice Farrar Brown & Alline Ford Brown Foundation has reinvested in the El Paso Educator Community of Practice, our effort in partnership with CREEED to strengthen the teacher talent and workforce in the El Paso region!
We are looking for a new resident artist for Spring/Summer 2023! If you or anyone you know is interested in being the next Border Art Resident, you can get more info and apply here: https://www.borderartresidency.com/apply-1
The Border Art Residency 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, and utilities paid.
The Southwest Songwriter series comes to the Philanthropy Theatre
Major fundraiser returns to in-person
First of nine free PCFF offerings
Big performing arts weekend for EPCF
Play examines Bath Riots of 1917
PechaKucha Night El Paso and the Texas Society of Architects (TxA) present “Just Beneath the Surface”. PechaKucha is Japanese for “chit chat” and El Paso is thrilled to host a PechaKucha event in person once more! There will be a fantastic lineup of philosophers, artists, and creatives who will share their passions and experiences. PechaKucha Night will take place on Thurs. Oct. 27 at the Plaza Theater.