Montoso Campground, Wild Rivers Recreation Area, Rio Grande del Norte National Monument
4 – 9 pm
Join us for the 10th annual NeoRio outdoor contemporary art and community event! This year, artists and collaborators delve into Roots ~ Raices, exploring the theme from various angles – botanical, cultural, metaphorical and beyond. Featured artists are Scott Sutton (Portland), Kacie Smith (Albuquerque) and UNM students of the immersive Land Arts of the American West program (Albuquerque). Contributing artists are Martha Shepp (Questa) and Nicholette Codding (Portland).
NeoRio 2018 Schedule
4 pm: Roots-Inspired Art Installations and Activities (and last for the duration)
5 pm: Poetry and Music Salon
6 pm: Farm-to-Table Feast and Music by Kate Mann & Mark Dudrow
7 pm: Artist Talks by NeoRio Featured Artists
8 pm: Campfire and Music (bring an instrument!)
Directions: Google map to Montoso Campground HERE.
Follow the NeoRio sandwich board signs to Montoso Campground from Hwy 522
Parking: Parking fills up quickly at Montoso Campground, so there is overflow parking at nieghboring Little Arsenic campground. Please carpool if you can! If you’re coming from Taos, consider taking the shuttle – new this year!
Taos-NeoRio-PASEO Shuttle: Take the Taos-NeoRio-PASEO shuttle for a beautiful, carefree ride to NeoRio at Wild Rivers in the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument. Enjoy the afternoon and early evening at NeoRio and then arrive by shuttle back in Taos, conveniently parked and ready to finish the evening exploring the PASEO!
NeoRio Shuttle Schedule
3:30 pm NeoRio Shuttle Leaves from Guadalupe Parking Lot (public lot) in Taos
7:30 pm: NeoRio Shuttle Leaves from Wild Rivers to arrive back in Taos at 8:30
Make your reservation to ride the bus HERE.