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Save the Date! Saturday, Sept. 17 – NeoRio 2016

August 28, 2016


Saturday, September 17,  4 pm

Montoso Campground, Rio Grande del Norte National Monument, Wild Rivers

Enjoy thought-provoking art installations on the rim of Rio Grande river gorge. In its 8th year, NeoRio is a truly unique event for the Taos area.  This year features three projects by three artists; “ADRIFT – MIGRATION – HOME” by Lee Lee, “Reconciliation: Sculptures for Humans and Pollinators” by Viviane Le Courtois, and “Precise Breathing or Why I Call My Baby Honey” by Jenny Lynn McNutt.  Each artist approaches the theme of pollination in a unique way. Come enjoy art, scenery, local fall feast, campfire, poetry & music. Organized by LEAP in collaboration with BLM as a Public Lands Day Event, FREE. More info…

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Patricia Zukas permalink
    August 30, 2016 3:10 pm

    As i work saturdays- can i see it another time?

    Sent from my iPad


    • August 30, 2016 11:22 pm

      Hi Patricia, Thanks for your comment! NeoRio is a one-day event, however, the project “Reconciliation: Sculptures for Humans and Pollinators” will be viewable for the first half of the day on Sunday, September 18th as well as on Saturday, September 17th. Hope you can come check them out! Or feel free to join us after work on Saturday – the event goes into the evening!

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