|Please help us strive to make NeoRio a "No Trace Event" and minimize parking impact on the site by taking the NeoRio shuttle! (It's convenient too, with three pick-up locations this year - in Taos, Hondo, and Questa!)
NeoRio Shuttle Schedule and Pick-up Locations
3:00 pm: Depart from Guadalupe Public Parking Lot in Taos
3:20 pm: Depart from Midtown Market in Arroyo Hondo
3:40 pm: Depart from Questa Visitor Center Parking Lot in Questa
4:15 pm: Arrive at Wild Rivers for NeoRio Event
7:45/8 PM: Depart from NeoRio (at end of Featured Artist talks) to drop-off points in Questa, Hondo and arriving back in Taos by 9:15.
Show up a little early to the pick-up locations below (and bring cash) or call Claire to make a reservation by card - or pay when you arrive! There are 45 seats! It's a school bus!
Take the NeoRio shuttle for a beautiful, carefree ride to NeoRio at Wild Rivers in the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument. Enjoy the afternoon and evening at NeoRio and then arrive by shuttle back to your pick-up location.
Thank you for helping us to make this Environmental Art Event more environmentally friendly!
NeoRio is THIS Saturday - September 21, 2019
4 to 9 pm
Montoso Campground, Wild Rivers, Rio Grande del Norte National Monument
Join in the 11th annual NeoRio outdoor contemporary art and community 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.” The combination of a sublime setting, experimental art, and community celebration makes for a fun and unique event!
FREE and open to all - donations appreciated.
Contact Claire for more info or to volunteer: (575) 224-9066; email@example.com Or click here.