Questa Creative Council

Due to COVID-19 we had to cancel the physical version of our annual Questa Studio Art Tour, but don’t fret, beloved patrons of the arts! It is being replaced by our very first online auction event, on the very same weekend, August 15-16! This will be held from the new, improved, and expanded studio tour website, northernnewmexicoartists.com.

Artists from Questa and the surrounding communities will offer their diverse, hand-crafted works from the traditional to the modern, from hand-carved bultos to exquisite jewelry, stunning photography, paintings, pottery, and more.

Stay tuned and visit the new website where more information on how to “do” the auction will be posted.

COVID-19 updates:

Questa Studio Arts Tour, August 15 &16
Physical tour cancelled, Virtual Auction will be held those same days

Questa History Trail Ribbon Cutting & Celebration
POSTPONED until safe to gather

NeoRio 2020: “Home,” September – October, 2019
Virtual participative event will replace physical event

Chamber Music Series Concert
Virtual options in the works for a concert late August or early September

Art For All” Tuesdays
CANCELED until safe to gather

Library Youth Art Fridays, Questa Library
CANCELED until safe to gather

Our Mission: Questa Creative Council seeks to strengthen and sustain community enrichment and economic opportunities through arts, culture, history, and education.

Vision: We will enhance opportunities to build cooperation among artists, artisans, cultural creatives and community members. We will help build a beneficial future while nurturing, sustaining or reviving traditional and contemporary creative pursuits.

Questa is a village in Taos County, New Mexico, in the southwest region of the United States. The population was 1,754 at the 2016 census. Questa is renowned for the beautiful scenery and public lands that surround the small, historic village.  The Rio Grande del Norte National Monument is to our west and the Carson National Forest is to our east. Questa’s elevation is 7,461 feet. Once a mining town, it is finding its way into a new day of eco-tourism, clean energy, and safe business development.

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