Ten-Story Water Tower Mural by El Mac

Pop-up Exhibition

Without Borders

Art Sín Fronteras

a collaboration between El Pueblo History Museum + the Northern Río Grande National Heritage Area

Without Borders: Art Sín Fronteras is an artistic conversation with El Pueblo History Museum’s acclaimed history exhibit Borderlands of Southern Colorado.  Artists from southern Colorado, northern New Mexico, and beyond will be displaying artwork in a variety of mediums, which explore the concept of Borderlands & what homelands are today.

"Hope" by Jodie Herrera

"Hope" by Jodie Herrera, Oil Painting on Wood

Jodie Herrera. Courtesy the Northern Río Grande National Heritage Area.
"Cesar Chavez" by Thomas Vigil

“Cesar Chavez” by Thomas Vigil, stencil on wine crate.

Thomas Vigil. Courtesy the Northern Río Grande National Heritage Area.
Original Clay Ceramic Vessel by Diego Romero

Original Clay Ceramic Vessel by Diego Romero.

Diego Romero. Courtesy the Northern Río Grande National Heritage Area.
"Ánimo Sin Fronteras" by El Mac

"Ánimo Sin Fronteras" by El Mac

El Mac / Miles MacGregor. Courtesy the Northern Río Grande National Heritage Area.
“Kosa Mortar Lesson” by Roxanne Swentzell

“Kosa Mortar Lesson” by Roxanne Swentzell, Original Clay Figurine.

Roxanne Swentzell. Courtesy the Northern Río Grande National Heritage Area.
"TV Indians" by Cara Romero

"TV Indians" by Cara Romero, archival pigment photograph.

Courtesy the Northern Río Grande National Heritage Area.

A border is a dividing line, a narrow strip along a steep edge. A borderland is a vague and undetermined place created by the emotional residue of an unnatural boundary. It is in a constant state of transition.

Gloria E. Anzaldúa