• April Gaydos
    11
    The Wild Art Festival is an incredible evening of nature-inspired art, music, tapas and libations set within a beautiful garden environment. Featuring…small works of original art and garden/indoor benches created by local artists. Wildly colorful walking sticks painted by our Niños y Naturaleza students, a stunning Frida y Amigos quilt and a bronze "Angel" sculpture by noted artist Anne Marie Slipper.

    Thursday, March 21 5 - 7 pm
    Proceeds benefit our Niños y Naturaleza program.

    Admission at the door. 250 pesos/200 pesos Audubon members. Includes complimentary drink, tapas, music + a raffle ticket to win an original work of art from our small works entries.

    Full details and a list of artists available on our website.

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  • Glenn Wilson
    49
    This looks like a great event for a great cause. I was wondering where this is happening. From the link in the post:

    Instituto Allende Escuela de Arte y Espanol
    Ancha de San Antonio 22
  • April Gaydos
    11
    Thank you so much for posting the location, Glenn! I can't believe I overlooked this important detail on the post. :roll:

    The Instituto Allended Escuela is located up the street (heading away from Centro) from the main Instituto. There will be banners hanging outside the entrance.
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