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taos fall arts festival

43rd Annual Taos Fall Arts Festival

When: Late September 22 – October 1, 2017

Poster 2017-

Official 2017 poster by Ed Sandoval

Where: Venues around the Historic District
More information: Visit www.taosfallarts.com 

Founded in 1973 by a group of artists and gallerists. Over the years, other art events have set their dates to coincide with Fall Arts. The season has come to be known as “Grand Fall Arts” and it’s a most exciting time to visit.

The largest arts event in northern New Mexico  features works of art only from Taos County. This year, several distinct art shows will be held at six locations along a walking tour through Taos’ central core. The tour is .7 of a mile. The Chile Line Bus will offer free rides for those not able to walk.

Quick View of Fall Arts Festival Events:

The Distinguished Achievement Awards
The Taos Selects – This independently juried competition will feature over 200 works of art from Taos County artists.
Taos Open – Includes sections for youth art, fashion and wearable art, and jewelry along with other visual arts.
Taos Environmental Film Festival 


 

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