The AMBOS Project is looking for local El Paso and Juarez artists to take part in Pan de Vida no Divida art collaboration.

Angel Cabrales, professor of sculpture at the University of Texas at El Paso is seeking local artists to participate and collaborate with the AMBOS Project out of Los Angeles in Pan de Vida no Divida.

The project is to involve as many EL Paso/Juarez artists with the concept of giving each artist a resin cast pan dulce that the artist may paint or sculpt on in their own style, as a small representation of the essence of our border life. Ultimately, during the AMBOS Quipu intervention at the border they will hand out the pan dulces to those crossing the bridge as a gift of the unity our sister cities have. Each pan will be documented crediting the artist.

If any artists would like to participate, they can contact Angel Cabrales at creator@angelcabrales.com or via Facebook to arrange a pick of the resin cast.

The works should be ready and dropped off at the UTEP sculpture department by 5 p.m. on September 7, 2017