La Quinta Arts Foundation
Charming small museum in the heart of old town La Quinta often featuring historically significant exhibits focusing on the Coachella valley. Hosts educational presentations, films, craft events And special events.
Rated one of the best art festivals in the world! Happens in mid-March inviting artists and visitors from around the world.
La Quinta Arts Festival has been ranked #1 in the Nation for five of the last seven years. *Ranked # 1 Fine Art and Design Show – Sunshine Artist 2018 Thursday thru Sunday, March 7 – 10, 2019, 10AM to 5PM La Quinta Civic Center Campus 78495 Calle Tampico, La Quinta, CA 92253 A short drive from…
Check the schedule but host in season weekend art festival in old town and all year round the art museum is open to stop in and learn some history of La Quinta and see some locals art.
Art on Main Street in Old Town La Quinta. Meet up to 70 local and California artists per show featuring their original work including paintings, photography, ceramics, glass, metal sculpture, jewelry and textiles. Dates are: 2016: October 29th, November 12th and November 26th. 2017: January…
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