Special thanks to
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts; The Neely Foundation; Copydotcom; Houston Endowment, Inc.; National Endowment for the Arts; and Texas Commission on the Arts. VBB receives funding support from the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance and is a participant of the Capacity Building Initiative (CBI). Special thanks to Houston Arts Alliance for its CBI grant through which VBB launched our new website. Many thanks also to the vast number of organizations and individuals that have supported VBB’s work over the years.
Partnering organizations for Borderlines include:
Arte Público Press; American Pakistan Foundation-Houston; Aurora Picture Show; Avenue CDC; Baker Ripley Neighborhood Center; Bangladesh Association of Houston; Bible Days Church; Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts; Fe y Justicia Workers Center; Gandhi’s Legacy Houston (part of a Menil collaboration); Jose Campos Torres Action Group; KPFT Pacifica Radio 90.1 FM; Houston Institute for Culture; Leonel Castillo Community Center (part of Neighborhood Centers, Inc.); Mamas del Northside; Moody Park Community Center; Multicultural Education and Counseling through the Arts (MECA); Nepalese Association of Houston; RAIZ of Planned Parenthood; Rice University’s Center for Women, Gender and Sexuality; South Asia Institute (University of Texas); South Asian Visual Arts Centre (SAVAC); Southwestern Alternative Media Project (SWAMP); South Texas Human Rights Center; The Station Museum and Tahirih Justice Center.