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The Paseo Project returns this spring with their new annual event, The Spring Out. The community is invited to the Taos Historic District for two nights, May 6 and 7, sunset to 10pm, for projections and performances. Centered around Taos Plaza, this free community event celebrates Mother’s Day weekend with the theme of flowers.

In collaboration with local museums and arts organizations, take a stroll around the historic district and see a collective bouquet of art adorning building facades and exteriors, as The Paseo Project shares new perspectives, new stories, poetry and performances.

This year, four of Taos’ local museums will be presenting works from their special collections, projected upon the walls of our iconic adobe architecture. Scheduled to participate include: The Harwood Museum of Art, Taos Art Museum at Fechin House, Couse-Sharp Historic Site, and the Millicent Rogers Museum.

The UNM Taos Art and Digital Media Department will be participating, featuring student artwork and videos. And fresh for this year, The Spring Out will feature performances from Taos’ youth. Paseo Project’s Education Manager, Amber Vasquez, has curated a series of events with SOMOS and DanceWorx, titled The Youth Voice Project. Youth artists ages 12-18 will present dance and spoken word inspired by public art dispersed among the downtown historic district, alongside the projected artwork featured over the weekend.

The Spring Out 2022 is generously sponsored by the LOR Foundation.