NeoRio 2020: Home Virtual Events this weekend!
The NeoRio 2020: Home community art and story project comes to fruition this weekend with an online exhibition and artist roundtables via Zoom. Events are free and open to all.
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Questions? Claire Coté, (575) 224-9066

October 9, 10 & 11
NeoRio Artist & Community Roundtables via Zoom

You’re invited to a dynamic series of community roundtables on Zoom, this year’s “artist talks” in connection with the NeoRio online exhibition. See participating artists’ cube artworks and hear their home reflections and stories.

Zoom sessions are Friday, October 9, 7 pm, Saturday, October 10, 4 pm and October 11, Sunday 4 pm all MST. Choose one, or come to all three!

Friday Roundtable Artists: Carol Schrader, Crystal and Ariessa Medina, Danielle LaCome, David Vargo, Field Institute of Taos Nature Art Group (Malia Reeves), Joshlyn Medina, Joy Purcell, Kaitlin Bryson, Malia Reeves, Martha Shepp

Saturday Roundtable Artists: Anne-Marie Emanuelli, Ashton McKenney, Diane de Fremery, Emelina Medina, Field Institute of Taos 2-3 Grade After School Group (Cass Lundrum), Gill McCombs, Lee Lee and Thatcher Gray, Robbie Steinbach

Sunday Roundtable Artists: Jaydyn Cintas, Jennifer Vialpando, Mary Hanrahan, Amy Stroh, Cathy Hope, Connie Long, Genevieve de Vellis, Ricky Pass, Ruby Sofrae, Sarah Parker

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“Home: Thinking Inside and Outside the Box”

Online exhibition opens today at

For the past couple of months we’ve flown an open call for participation in the NeoRio online exhibition. Nearly thirty submissions have been received from practicing artists as well as from groups of kids, teens, Questa Junior and Senior High School students, parents, grandparents, teachers, graphic designers, entrepreneurs, coaches, outdoor enthusiasts, an herbalist, a medical practitioner, a salon owner and a librarian.

All participants in the online exhibition were provided with a common starting point: a 7x7x7” wooden box with a removable lid, made specially for this project, as well as the prompts, “What does home mean to you? Think inside and outside the box!” Each participant was also asked to submit a short audio reflection or story. The creations we’ve received are diverse, heartfelt and wonderful! The online exhibition and Zoom Roundtables promise an interesting journey through people’s varied creativity, experiences and insights on home during this trying and unique time.

Participating artists include Amy Stroh, Anne-Marie Emanuelli, Ashton McKenney, Carol Schrader, Cathy Hope, Connie Long, Crystal and Ariessa Medina, Danielle Lacome, David Vargo, Diane de Fremery, Emelina Medina, Field Institute of Taos 2nd and 3rd Grade after school group, Field Institute of Taos Nature Art Group, Geneviève de Vellis, Gillian McCombs, Jaydyn Cintas, Jennifer Vialpando, Joshlyn Medina, Joy Purcell, Kaitlin Bryson, Lee Lee and Thatcher Gray, Malia Reeves, Martha Shepp, Mary Hanrahan, Ruby Sofrae, Ricky Pass, Robbie Steinbach and Sarah Parker.
Online Exhibition HERE
NeoRio is made possible by individual donations, local business and media sponsorships as well as grant support. 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, Taos Community Foundation and Drawing on Earth, with additional sponsorships from Questa Economic Development Fund, Questa del Rio News, Questa Visitor Center, Taos Public Library, Zia Event Design, North Star Toys, Questa Lumber and Hardware, and generous individual donors and volunteers.
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