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SCHEDULE: TAOS FALL ARTS FESTIVAL EVENTS AND SATELLITE SHOWS SEPTEMBER 21: TFAF FESTIVAL OPENING The show opens on Friday, September 21 from 500-7.00pm with a public recep tion, awards and jazz performance by Christine Autumn cenemonies in the histork dutriet's Guadalupe Parsh Gymnusium, 205 Don Fermando Street SEPTEMBER 21-29: PRESSING ON 8, 10:00AM-5:00PM AT THE STABLES GALLERY SEPTEMBER 21, FROM 500 7:00PM: Publk Opening and Reception Participating artists in Pressing On 8 e Dwarka Bonner, Catherine V. de Brito, Jane Elen Burke, Gary Cook, Asa teson-Core, Allen Griffith, Lawrence J. Herrera, Juanita Lavadie, Jennifer Lindsley, Brian Bari Long. T.J. Mabrey Stephanie Moller Betsy Peirce, Joy Puncel, Fatima Rigsby and Abby Sahbury COMMUNITY PERFORMANCES SEPTEMBER 22 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 29 Informal Community Performances at the Goadalupe Parish Cymnasium SEPTEMBER 22, 2:00PM, Balet Taos SEPTEMBER 23, 100012:00, Taos Portrat Painters group demonstrations SEPTEMBER 23,1:00-4:00PM, Taos National Watercolor Society demonstra tions ure to a lesser-known repertoire. The Pano Taos group consists of Kim Bakkum Laura Bulkin, Claire Deteh, Vickie Ford, Martha Geossman and Martha Shepp SEPTEMBER 29, 1:00-6:00PM: DISCOVER SOUTHSIDE ARTS Discover Southside Arts increases the publk's awareness of expanding geogaphi boundaries of a new arts district, For over à decade one of Taon best-kept se- crets is a comples of studios at 1022 Reed Street and a varilety of studios galleries and arts-related businesses along Gusdorf Roadand Paseo del Cation East For this pop-up aemoon during the Taos Fall Arts Festival, this collective area featuring over seventeen artists is open to the public. This is a rare chance to viut these art- ots and the creutive energy that har made Tsos a mecca for artihts for more than a century, Special happerings, artist demorstrations and receptions for the publ offer exploration of this creative and unique outlying art disarict SEPTEMBER 24, 1:30PM Los Vecinos Bailadoees dance presentation, Les Panos. Los Panos is a traditional Spanish dance that originated when men and women couldn't hold hands so they employed handkerchiefhi to dance with each other SEPTEMBER 26, 1:30PM Puppet Theatre Los Titiriteeos Dring the festnal Crisina Masoliver, the beloved "puppet lady' wl bring Tr del to outreach, bilingual peesentations at Enos Garcia Elementary and Ranchos de Taos Elementary SEPTEMBER 27, 1:30PM, Desert Moon Dancers SEPTEMBER 29, 1:30 LOS NIÑOS BAILADORES Spanigh Colonialng1 1022 REED STREET artists are Peter Chini-solpture, drawing and paintings Dan Enger-Day of the Dead drawings and prints, Ann Landi-Blue Paintings)ven Lee-landscape oll paintingi; Nathaniel Lowe-metal designs and blade-smithing and T.J. Mabrey-embossed, eut and folded paper and aluminum THE GUSDORF ART ZONE at 216 Paseo del Canon East features Nkli Mar Studio, fine Natural art material, in Unit 2: Palette Framing, quality art framing in Unit 1; and a new entty at 204 Paseo del Canon Eastan Heart Gallery and chldren SEPTEMBER 22: BAREISS GALLERY OUTSIDE THE LINES SEPTEMBER 22: 4:00-7:00PM: Opening Reception Outside the Lines is a group show of eleven artists at the Phillp Bareiss Gallery, 15 NM Highway 150 (just north of the "old blinking lght on the Taos Ski Valley Rd) Daly hours are 12noon-5.00pm with ample parking The artists are Maury Calvert, aroeJan Demis Donna Corni Saly Gray. T.J Mabre,Pale Mars,ture,a emer Vhionary Award Ast f the Tacu cla Cliver, Brian Shieldk, Jameson Wells and Barbara Zaring Fal Arts Festival 131S Gusdorf Road houses five locations 203 Fine Art with modern to conten porary art in Suite l, Kim Henkel Studio, jewelry and sculpture, in Suite H Lymn Garlick reeablos and Aaron Garck, drawings and paintings, in Suite D and High SEPTEMBER 23: PIANO TAOS AT THE TAOS ART MUSEUM/FECHIN HOUSE, 1:30PM The Pano Taos performance includes edlectic works to ft the theme Beyond the qncy Loft, mindfud movement, in Suite Q, Further along at 1337 Gusdorf Horizon-Crossroads of the World Selections indlude works for solo plano and Road are Robin Stanaway Studio, glass art and installations, at Sute N and Melssa four-hand piuno by composers Jm Chappel, Soulma Stravisky, Chopin, Cyill L Wholly Rags at Suibe L Scom and others Piano Taos promotes and engages in a broad range of piano per- formances and educational activities with an emphasis on esploration andexpo SEPTEMBER 29, 2:00PM: A PANEL DISCUSSION Serendipity and Symchro- Larion, nicity in Seeing at the Baress Gallery SEPTEMBER 30: GUADALUPE PARISH CYM: FESTIVAL CLOSING DAY The Taos Fall Arts Festival is a 501 (X3) non-proft organiration operating by volunteer Board of Directors. The peograms of the Festival are supported in part by a grant from New Mexico Arts and the Natsional Endowment for the Arts. Ad doonal support receved om Taos County Lodger Ta Fund grant and rknd donations by the Town of Taos The Visionary Artist Award is funded through the Peser and Madeleine foundation for the Creative Arts and the Distinguished Lfe time Achievement Award by the Charles R. Strong Fund at the Taot Community Foundation Vsit for additional information and schedule of activities for the 2018 Festival www.TaosFa

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