When entering the park, watch out for road crew on April 16. Flaggers are on site to guide traffic to the visitor center. The vistor center and Volcano Road are open. Please call for more information.
Capulin Volcano's Artist-in-Residence Program
Artists in National Parks
These artists translate the national park's purpose, as a place of pleasure and preservation, into images which bring others enjoyment and a deeper understanding of the parks many Americans may never visit.
Capulin Volcano National Monument's Artist-In-Residence Program continues this tradition.
The program provides time for artists to get away from everyday responsibilities to focus on their surroundings and their medium. The residency lasts for a maximum of two weeks. Capulin Volcano National Monument will provide housing at no cost to the artist.
1. The artist retains a royalty-free, nonexclusive use license under the copyright of the art.
These creative works are exhibited as frequently as possible and are shared with the public through other appropriate means. Artwork not on display is stored in the Park's secure,environmentally controlled museum storage facility.
Volunteerism & Public Programs
Because of the Capulin Volcano's strong commitment to education and outreach into our rural school districts, all artists are required to present at least one program at a school of their choosing to introduce students to an aspect of art and its interpretation of their national parks.
How to Apply
Notifications will be made to finalists by February 1, 2013.
The Selection Process
Did You Know?
Lizards and other reptiles need to warm up in the sun. Visitors to Capulin Volcano often see lizards scurry into rock crevices when startled.