Made in Marfa, an annual citywide showcase of local, creative talent, will take place on Friday, October 11, 2019, as part of Chinati Weekend. Organized by the Chinati Foundation, Made in Marfa brings together a wide range of venues, each presenting individual events at locations throughout Marfa. Artists, shops, galleries, and other businesses will participate with open studios, live music, food and drinks, and exhibition openings. The event begins at 5:00 PM.
Printed copies will also be available at the Chinati Visitor Center, the Marfa Visitor Center, and local hotels and businesses.
Made in Marfa participants include Al Campo, Ballroom Marfa, Jean-Baptiste Bernadet, Big Bend Coffee Roasters, Building 98, Cobra Rock, Gretchen Lee Coles, Communitie, Joe Davis, Desert Veil, Esperanza Vintage and Art, Freda, Garza Marfa, Jean Goehring, Greasewood Gallery, inde/jacobs gallery, Stephen Krupnick, Willis le Jeune, Magic Hour Marfa, Mano Mercantile, Marfa Book Company, Marfa Brand Soap Company, Marfa Gallery, Marfa Open Arts Organization, Marfa and Presidio County Museum, Marfa Public Radio, The Marfa Store, Marfa Wine Company, Darlene Marwitz, Pure Joy/Meghan Gerety, Raba Marfa, Leeza Meksin, Rule Gallery, George and Lisa Sacaris, Sam Schonzeit, Craig V. Schowengerdt, Sister Gaiya, The Sentinel, Shy Gallery, CJ Stephens, Ashley Swarts, Lazlo Thorsen-Nagel, Veldt, Leslie Wilkes, Wrong Gallery, and Wrong Store.
For more information about Chinati Weekend or to buy benefit dinner tickets, please contact Chinati at (432) 729-4362 or visit chinati.org.
Chinati Weekend 2019 is generously supported by Brooke Alexander, Susan and Richard Anderson, Valerie and Robert Arber, Katherine Bash and Duncan Kennedy, Gabriel Catone and Bruce Cohen, Chadwick-Loher Foundation, Laura and Walter Elcock, Foley Gardere, Kristina and Jeff Fort, Mack and Cece Fowler, Roger Gates, Glenn Gehan, Matthew Goudeau, Sam Hamilton and Jennifer Chaiken, Sarah E. Harte and John S. Gutzler Fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation, Karen Heithoff, Ben E. Keith Foundation, James Kelly, Lorri Kershner, Jenny and Trey Laird, Raymond Learsy, City of Marfa, The Moody Foundation, Greg Morse, Mrs. Robbie Mourmans-Ramaekers, Klaus and Ulla Neugebauer, Hotel Paisano, Rebecca and Christian Patry, Dan and Ashlyn Perry, Rosenthal Family Foundation, Texas Commission on the Arts, Lindy Thorsen and Terry Mowers Tocker Foundation, Erin and Larry Waks, and Jill and John Walsh (list as of October 4, 2019).
Chinati is grateful for the in-kind sponsorship of Aesop, Big Bend Coffee Roasters, The Capri, Tequila Casa Dragones, Mal Mezcal, Richard’s Rainwater, and Scribe Winery.
Chinati’s special exhibitions have been realized with generous support from Fredericks & Freiser Gallery, John Wesley Foundation, and David Zwirner./p>
Talks presented over Chinati Weekend are made possible in part with a grant from Humanities Texas, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Chinati’seducational and public programming is supported with generous grants from the Texas Commission on the Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, The Brown Foundation, The Cowles Charitable Trust, Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation, George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation, The Hearst Foundations, Carl B. & Florence E. King Foundation, City of Marfa, Permian Basin Area Foundation, Rosenthal Family Foundation, Warren Skaaren Charitable Trust, Tillapaugh Public History Fund of Permian Basin Area Foundation, and Susan Vaughan Foundation.