Ongoing Opportunity

The 360 XOCHI QUETZAL Artist and Writer’s Residency Program is located on Lake Chapala, the largest lake in Mexico, where the perfect year-round climate and stunning lake and mountain views have long established the region as an international artist mecca. Residents will be inspired by the natural beauty, history and culture of this special part of central Mexico. Chapala is located 25 minutes from Guadalajara International Airport and 45 minutes from Guadalajara, one of the largest cities in Mexico boasting abundant cultural resources: museums, galleries, theatre and artist supplies. Xochi Quetzal is the Aztec goddess of creativity and fertility and protector of artisans.  She is sure to inspire you during your stay!

MISSION: 360 XOCHI QUETZAL’s aim is to support artists, writers and musicians who would benefit from having uninterrupted time to devote to their creativity. By providing affordable live/work spaces in a beautiful and culturally rich area, they hope that their residents can make artistic progress without the stress and distractions of daily life.

For more information please visit 360 XOCHI QUETZAL’s website.

Bridget Purcell

Bridget Purcell a mixed media visual artist who combines painting, conceptual color, installation, and collage techniques…

Bridget Purcell a mixed media visual artist who combines painting, conceptual color, installation, and collage techniques to explore cultural commentary and psychology.…

Bridget Purcell a mixed media visual artist who combines painting, conceptual color, installation, and collage techniques to explore cultural commentary and psychology.…

Marilyn Holsing

Marilyn Holsing was born and raised in northeastern Ohio and received her BFA in painting, drawing and graphics from the…

Marilyn Holsing was born and raised in northeastern Ohio and received her BFA in painting, drawing and graphics from the Ohio State University.…

Marilyn Holsing was born and raised in northeastern Ohio and received her BFA in painting, drawing and graphics from the Ohio State University.…

Christina Massey
Michelle Marcuse

“Having found her voice as a sculptor, Michelle Marcuse builds on a modernist paradigm of the found object. While hedging…

“Having found her voice as a sculptor, Michelle Marcuse builds on a modernist paradigm of the found object. While hedging on global issues of repurposing and recycling materials she makes use of discards.…

“Having found her voice as a sculptor, Michelle Marcuse builds on a modernist paradigm of the found object. While hedging on global issues of repurposing and recycling materials she makes use of discards. With the inclusion…

Paula Lachman
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