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The Paseo 2019

The PASEO is a festival dedicated to bringing installation, projection, and performance art to the streets of Taos. https://paseoproject.org/

The PASEO 2019 theme is “Connections.” A series of immersive and participatory art installations that celebrate, contemplate, and question our interactions with each other, nature, and the world. The festival features more than 30 works, ranging from low-tech to new media, all united by their active engagement with the public and with place, whether projecting on Taos’s adobe walls or highlighting its historic acequias. Save the dates: September 13 and 14.

SEE OUR FACEBOOK ALBUMS FOR PHOTOS FROM PREVIOUS YEARS:

Twirl’s COLORFUL COSMOS FOR THE PASEO 2018

Twirl's EYE PLAY FOR THE PASEO 2017

Twirl's MOTION PLAY FOR THE PASEO 2016

Twirl's LIGHT PLAY FOR THE PASEO 2015

Twirls’ wUnder play installation

Friday and Saturday, Sept. 13th & 14th beginning at 7pm in the Twirl Courtyard

In 2019, as The Paseo turns its focus towards connections, Twirl will explore the connectedness of the natural world from the (under)ground up.

On the nights of The PASEO, September 13th & 14th, at 7pm, join your community in an awe-inspiring and artful expedition into the nature of connectivity, as the Twirl courtyard comes alive with wUNDER!

wUnder Play in-school programming

Twirl partners annually with The Paseo to provide a collaborative art installation and educational programs to engage some of our community's youngest members and their families in the festival. Twirl develops a concept and curriculum for in-school and family engagement events that infuses learning with play, art and movement and provides an opportunity for participants to contribute to the final installation. This year, students will explore symbiotic networks in nature, connecting creatively and consciously as a community through The Paseo.

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This program is offered free to local and visiting children and families thanks to the generous support from individuals and foundations. Learn how you can support this and other programs like it at twirltaos.org/donate.