Rain Didn’t Stop Artists From Showcasing Their Amazing Skills At El Paso’s Borderland Jam
Artists from El Paso and beyond showed off their amazing skills this past weekend as they covered the walls of El Paso’s Segundo Barrio with graffiti art for the annual Borderland Jam.
The Borderland Jam has been around since 2015 and it’s a way for local artists to showcase their creative art skills for the public to see.
Walls at South Cotton and East 3rd Avenue were all covered with colorful designs and some pretty amazing graffiti art.
Artists from all over the region and even some out of the El Paso region participate in this annual event that has gained national recognition in the past.
Rain was in the forecast for the weekend but that didn’t stop artists from continuing their work and covering the walls of El Paso’s Segundo Barrio with one-of-a-kind graffiti art.
Last year’s Borderland Jam was the first time the public graffiti art show was back after having to be canceled due to the pandemic.
Hundreds of artists from all over the world came to show off their talented art skills last year and this year was no different.
El Paso’s street art shows the culture and creativity that sits right here in our city and it’s so awesome to see that other people are taking notice of the amazing talent we have.
Borderland Jam 2023