Arts Council Brings Special Artist Jemila McEwan To April 19 Afterschool Program

A piece by environmental interdisciplinary artist Jemila McEwan. Courtesy LAAC


The Los Alamos Arts Council is kicking off Kite Festival Season and has partnered with The Paseo Project in Taos to bring a special artist to our afterschool program on April 19. This project will be free for our currently signed up after school students and limited seats will be made available to the public.

More information about the project and artist:

The Paseo Project in Taos, New Mexico is pleased to present Sun Seeds, a community project celebrating  the forces of nature that shape our environment and sustain life – elements like the New Mexico sun and wind.

Join environmental interdisciplinary artist Jemila McEwan to build, explore and create a joyous celebration of kites that intends to light up the natural landscape and experience a tangible physical relationship between nature and human impact.

In addition to this programming on April 19, many local community programs will have Kite Building for their youth participants. Check our website for more details as these dates are added.

Are you interested in helping us make Kite Fest a success this year? We still need volunteers, food vendors, and sponsors! Contact to sign up to help or to become a sponsor or vendor.