Saturday - September 21, 2019
4 - 9 pm
Montoso Campground, Wild Rivers, Rio Grande del Norte National Monument
Join in the 11th annual NeoRio outdoor contemporary art event! The combination of a sublime setting, experimental art, and community celebration makes for a fun and unique event!
This year, artists and collaborators explore Universal Elements from both scientific and philosophical perspectives.
The theme coincides with the United Nations' “International Year of the Periodic Table of Elements” and the 150th anniversary of the discovery of the Periodic System.
Discover unique art installations along the rim of the Rio Grande gorge; explore family-friendly activities; take in the afternoon “Elemental” concert; and enjoy a delicious, farm-to-table feast, music, artist talks, evening campfire and more. Featured artists are Cynthia Moku (Boulder, CO), Sarah Parker (Questa), Laurianne Fiorentino (Santa Fe) plus other local and regional projects, including “Questa Stories” and LEAP’s hands-on “Elements: Intersecting Art and Science.”
Read the details of the artists and their presentations here; it's a great lineup of inspiring art, artists, and passion around the theme of Universal Elements.
4 pm: Art Installations and Activities (including Moku’s “Once Continuous Gesture” performance)
5 pm: Elemental Concert by Featured Artist, Laurianne Fiorentino
6 pm: Farm-to-Table Feast and Music by Justin Dean and Mark Dudrow
7 pm: Artist Talks by NeoRio Featured Artists
8 pm: Campfire
Get there from here, ride the NeoRio Shuttle. Pick-up locations in Taos, Hondo and Questa
Reserve your shuttle tickets: $25-Taos, $20-Hondo, $15-Questa Round Trip/Per Person. Camping is $7/night.
Learn more, make a donation and shuttle reservation at LEAPsite.org
Contact Claire for more info, shuttle reservation or to volunteer: (575) 224-9066 or email@example.com
NeoRio is organized by LEAP (Land, Experience and Art of Place, a program of Localogy) in partnership with the Questa Creative Council and hosted by the Bureau of Land Management’s Taos Field Office as a Public Lands Day event. This project is supported in part by New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, and by the National Endowment for the Arts with grants from Taos County, Chevron Questa Mine Grants for Good, and Questa Economic Development Fund and sponsorships from PPC Solar, Zia Event Design, North Star Toys, Questa Credit Union, Centinel Bank, Taos News, Beyond Taos, Questa Farmers Market, Walking Bear Farm, Cerro Vista Farm, individual donations and many volunteers.