Artist Program: Sensory Art Walk and Collective Painting
Oct
25
1:00pm 1:00pm

Artist Program: Sensory Art Walk and Collective Painting

Jennifer Kane, a plein-air conservation artist, welcomes you to a sensory-based art walk. Come explore, observe, listen, and share in this creative experience of the park. Participants will use drawing and writing to record what they see, hear, and feel. With Jennifer’s expert guidance, these notes and sketches will be shared and combined to create an artwork based on participants’ collective experience.


Meet at Hidden Valley Parking Area.


Please Bring: A notebook and pen/pencil. Sun hat. Water.

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Artist Program: Hearing Joshua Tree National Park
Oct
28
5:00pm 5:00pm

Artist Program: Hearing Joshua Tree National Park

Sound gives life to our environment and heightens our experience of place. Sound artists Sabine Feisst and Garth Paine offer 2-hour workshops that draw attention to nature’s pristine voices and their relationship to the environment. The workshops will teach listening skills and include creative activities such as soundwalks, sound mapping, sonic meditations and sonic story telling. These workshops also serve as a basis for their Field Recording Workshops to be offered in December 2017 and February 2018.

Location: Hidden Valley Picnic Area

Please wear: Soft and comfortable warm clothes, 
Please bring: Headlight, notebook and pen/pencil.

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Artist Program: Hearing Joshua Tree National Park
Oct
29
7:00am 7:00am

Artist Program: Hearing Joshua Tree National Park

Sound gives life to our environment and heightens our experience of place. Sound artists Sabine Feisst and Garth Paine offer 2-hour workshops that draw attention to nature’s pristine voices and their relationship to the environment. The workshops will teach listening skills and include creative activities such as soundwalks, sound mapping, sonic meditations and sonic story telling. These workshops also serve as a basis for their Field Recording Workshops to be offered in December 2017 and February 2018.

Location: Hidden Valley Picnic Area

Please wear: Soft and comfortable warm clothes, 
Please bring: Headlight, notebook and pen/pencil.

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Artists' Tea
Nov
5
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea

Meet one or more of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  Participating artists will vary from week to week.

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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2017 JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK NIGHT SKY FESTIVAL
Nov
10
to Nov 12

2017 JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK NIGHT SKY FESTIVAL

  • Sky's The Limit Observatory (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Joshua Tree will together astronomers, scientists, night-sky enthusiasts, artists, junior rangers, and members of nearby communities to celebrate the night skies of Joshua Tree National Park. 

For the third and final year, JT Lab Lead Artist Rebecca Lowry will be running the project STARCOUNT as a part of the festival. Come and see how sky brightness affects the visibility of our stars at Sky's the Limit Observatory, Jumbo Rocks Campground, and Key's View.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Artist Program: "I am Joshua Tree National Park"
Nov
11
9:00am 9:00am

Artist Program: "I am Joshua Tree National Park"

Discover a deeper sense of self and connection to the park through creative self-portraiture. Explore this process with Heather Sprague, a local artists and photographer. Photograph and share your own series of Joshua Tree National Park self-portraits.  


Meet at Echo Rock parking area. Exact time TBD.


Please bring: A camera: digital, phone, or film. A notebook, pen/pencil. Sun hat, sunscreen, water.

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Artists' Tea
Nov
12
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea

Meet one or more of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  Participating artists will vary from week to week.

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Artist Program: Climbing Stories
Nov
18
5:00pm 5:00pm

Artist Program: Climbing Stories

Join Kristy Campbell and special guests for an exploration of rock climbing in Joshua Tree National Park, past and present. From some of the notable first ascents in Hidden Valley Campground to the contemporary climbing experience in the park, these programs will immerse you in a rich history and will explore ways Kristy is working to preserve and document the special climbing stories of Joshua Tree.


This program meets at the Intersection Rock Parking Area. 
Exact time TBD.

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Artists' Tea
Nov
19
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea

Meet one or more of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  Participating artists will vary from week to week.

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Artist Program: Recording Sounds in Joshua Tree National Park
Dec
14
5:00pm 5:00pm

Artist Program: Recording Sounds in Joshua Tree National Park

Capitalizing on the power and beauty of sounds in the park, sound artists Garth Paine and Sabine Feisst offer 2-hour workshops that teach both listening skills and field recording techniques. These workshops include creative activities such as sonic meditations and sound mapping. 


Exact location TBD.


Please wear: Soft and comfortable warm clothes
Please bring: Headlight, notebook and pen/pencil and if available, smart phone with recording function or other portable recorder and headphones. Some recorders and headphones will be provided for use during the workshop.

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Artist Program: Recording Sounds in Joshua Tree National Park
Dec
15
7:00am 7:00am

Artist Program: Recording Sounds in Joshua Tree National Park

Capitalizing on the power and beauty of sounds in the park, sound artists Garth Paine and Sabine Feisst offer 2-hour workshops that teach both listening skills and field recording techniques. These workshops include creative activities such as sonic meditations and sound mapping. 


Exact location TBD.


Please wear: Soft and comfortable warm clothes
Please bring: Headlight, notebook and pen/pencil and if available, smart phone with recording function or other portable recorder and headphones. Some recorders and headphones will be provided for use during the workshop.

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Artist Program: Climbing Stories
Dec
16
5:00pm 5:00pm

Artist Program: Climbing Stories

Join Kristy Campbell and special guests for an exploration of rock climbing in Joshua Tree National Park, past and present. From some of the notable first ascents in Hidden Valley Campground to the contemporary climbing experience in the park, these programs will immerse you in a rich history and will explore ways Kristy is working to preserve and document the special climbing stories of Joshua Tree.


This program meets at the Intersection Rock Parking Area. 
Exact time TBD.

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Artist Program: Sensory Art Walk and Collective Painting
Jan
17
1:00pm 1:00pm

Artist Program: Sensory Art Walk and Collective Painting

Jennifer Kane, a plein-air conservation artist, welcomes you to a sensory-based art walk. Come explore, observe, listen, and share in this creative experience of the park. Participants will use drawing and writing to record what they see, hear, and feel. With Jennifer’s expert guidance, these notes and sketches will be shared and combined to create an artwork based on participants’ collective experience.


Meet at Cap Rock Parking Area.


Please Bring: A notebook and pen/pencil. Sun hat. Water.

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Artist Program: Recording Sounds in Joshua Tree National Park
Feb
17
5:00pm 5:00pm

Artist Program: Recording Sounds in Joshua Tree National Park

Capitalizing on the power and beauty of sounds in the park, sound artists Garth Paine and Sabine Feisst offer 2-hour workshops that teach both listening skills and field recording techniques. These workshops include creative activities such as sonic meditations and sound mapping. 


Exact location TBD.


Please wear: Soft and comfortable warm clothes
Please bring: Headlight, notebook and pen/pencil and if available, smart phone with recording function or other portable recorder and headphones. Some recorders and headphones will be provided for use during the workshop.

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Artist Program: Recording Sounds in Joshua Tree National Park
Feb
18
7:00am 7:00am

Artist Program: Recording Sounds in Joshua Tree National Park

Capitalizing on the power and beauty of sounds in the park, sound artists Garth Paine and Sabine Feisst offer 2-hour workshops that teach both listening skills and field recording techniques. These workshops include creative activities such as sonic meditations and sound mapping. 


Exact location TBD.


Please wear: Soft and comfortable warm clothes
Please bring: Headlight, notebook and pen/pencil and if available, smart phone with recording function or other portable recorder and headphones. Some recorders and headphones will be provided for use during the workshop.

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Artist Program: Sonic Placemaking Workshop
Apr
14
5:00pm 5:00pm

Artist Program: Sonic Placemaking Workshop

This workshop directed by Garth Paine and Sabine Feisst builds on the previous listening and field recording workshops. Listening skills, field recordings and sound stories are combined into a collaborative Joshua Tree Sound Map and a musical work. 


Location TBD.


Please bring: Notebook and pen/pencil and if available, smart phones, tablets and laptops with sounds recorded in Joshua Tree National Park.

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Artist Program: Sonic Placemaking Workshop
Apr
15
7:00am 7:00am

Artist Program: Sonic Placemaking Workshop

This workshop directed by Garth Paine and Sabine Feisst builds on the previous listening and field recording workshops. Listening skills, field recordings and sound stories are combined into a collaborative Joshua Tree Sound Map and a musical work. 


Location TBD.


Please bring: Notebook and pen/pencil and if available, smart phones, tablets and laptops with sounds recorded in Joshua Tree National Park.

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Artist Program: Sensory Art Walk and Collective Painting
Apr
18
1:00pm 1:00pm

Artist Program: Sensory Art Walk and Collective Painting

Jennifer Kane, a plein-air conservation artist, welcomes you to a sensory-based art walk. Come explore, observe, listen, and share in this creative experience of the park. Participants will use drawing and writing to record what they see, hear, and feel. With Jennifer’s expert guidance, these notes and sketches will be shared and combined to create an artwork based on participants’ collective experience.


Meet at Barker Dam Parking Area.


Please Bring: A notebook and pen/pencil. Sun hat. Water.

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2017 Arts Connection Conference
Sep
30
10:30am10:30am

2017 Arts Connection Conference

Site-Specific: Creating Opportunities for Arts and Culture

Join us for an inspiring day of presentations, discussions and workshops about creative placemaking, cultural arts planning, professional practices and community-based art. Conference programming will include current practices, tools and strategies that help artists, arts administrators and arts organizations initiate projects that build and strengthen community from within, engaging new audiences and honoring the unique character and quality of place.

Copper Mountain College, Ball Center: 6162 Rotary Way, Joshua Tree, CA 92252

LUNCH IS INCLUDED!
$25 fee for members
$50 fee for non-members

To Register: http://artsconnectionnetwork.org/events/arts-connection-conference-2017

For more information, contact Arts Connection at (909)381-1900 or info@artsconnectionnetwork.org.

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Apr
30
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea: Barb Skoog

Meet one of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  Participating artists will vary from week to week.

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Apr
23
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea: Alita VanVliet

Meet one of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  Participating artists will vary from week to week.

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Apr
9
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea: Sant Khalsa

Meet one of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  Participating artists will vary from week to week.

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Apr
2
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea: Paulina Berczynski

Meet one of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  Participating artists will vary from week to week.

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Mar
31
to Apr 2

Joshua Treenial 2017: Event Horizon

Official Cultural Partner of the Joshua Treenial! 

Uniformed JT Lab staff will be on site throughout the Triennial. Keep an eye out for us!

xA Embedded Art Professional, Rebecca Lowry, will also be giving a lecture each afternoon addressing the history and implications of installation art in the desert. Stay tuned for more!

Additional information about the Treenial can be found at www.joshuatreenial.com.

 

 

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Mar
26
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea: Doug Blanc

Meet one of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  Participating artists will vary from week to week.

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Mar
19
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea: Karyl Newman

Meet one of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  Participating artists will vary from week to week.

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Mar
12
8:00am 8:00am

Artists' Tea: Angela de la Agua

Meet one of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  Participating artists will vary from week to week.

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

NOTE: THIS EVENT STARTS AT 9:00 AM.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Mar
11
8:30am 8:30am

DESERT X SYMPOSIUM: Desert Constellations: Art and Mythologies

Representing JT Lab, xA artist Rebecca Lowry will be participating on a panel at Desert X on March 11 with Artist Kim Stringfellow and Designer Stephanie Smith, moderated by Danielle Segura of the Mojave Desert Land Trust. 

FROM FEB 25 THROUGH APRIL 30, 2017, THE COACHELLA VALLEY AND ITS DESERT LANDSCAPE WILL BECOME THE CANVAS FOR A CURATED EXHIBITION OF SITE-SPECIFIC WORK BY ESTABLISHED AND EMERGING ARTISTS, WHOSE PROJECTS WILL AMPLIFY AND ARTICULATE GLOBAL AND LOCAL ISSUES THAT MAY RANGE FROM CLIMATE CHANGE TO STARRY SKIES, FROM TRIBAL CULTURE AND IMMIGRATION TO TOURISM, GAMING, AND GOLF. THE ART WORKS, IN VARIOUS INDOOR AND OUTDOOR LOCATIONS, WILL BE AVAILABLE FREE AND WILL OFFER VISITORS A WAY TO SEE THE VALLEY AND REFLECT ON SERIOUS AND PLAYFUL ISSUES THROUGH THE LENS OF THE PARTICIPATING ARTISTS' CREATIVITY AND WORK.

www.desertx.org  

www.mdlt.org

 

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Mar
5
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea: Jillian Sandell

Meet one of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  Participating artists will vary from week to week.

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Feb
26
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea: Hilary Sloane and the creative life

Meet one or more of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  This week's featured artist, Hilary Sloane, will take you on a journey exploring ways to live the most creative life you can imagine.

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

 

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Feb
19
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea: Stephanie Dashiell and a creative approach to climate change

Meet one or more of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  This week's featured artists will be Stephanie Dashiell, discussing climate change in a new, creative way that's easy to understand

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Feb
12
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea: George Land discussing Music and Joshua Tree National Park

Meet one or more of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  This week's featured speaker will be George Land, discussing Gram Parsons' story and the music legacy of Joshua Tree National Park.

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Feb
5
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea: CMC art students on the importance of art

Meet one or more of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  This week's featured artists will be students of the Copper Mountain College, discussing the importance of art

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Jan
22
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea

Meet one or more of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  Participating artists will vary from week to week.

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Jan
15
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea

Meet one or more of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  Participating artists will vary from week to week.

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Jan
8
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea

Meet one or more of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  Participating artists will vary from week to week.

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Dec
18
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea

Meet one or more of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  Participating artists will vary from week to week.

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Dec
11
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea

Meet one or more of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  Participating artists will vary from week to week.

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Dec
4
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea

Meet one or more of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  Participating artists will vary from week to week.

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Nov
27
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea

Meet one or more of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  This week come to talk with an invited group of local artists. 

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Nov
20
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea

Meet one or more of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  This week's featured artist will be writer, poet and painter, Shauna Potocky, visiting from Yosemite National Park. 

This week we will explore the meaning and value of Wilderness and the unique features of Joshua Tree National Park. Hands-on activities, along with selected readings, will guide participants through an exploration of Wilderness: what it is, what it means, and what its value is. All activities will feature an element of experimentation along with lots of play. Participants will mix their preferred elements to capture thoughts and discoveries through writing, drawing, painting, collage and other means. Each participant will receive a small journal to capture their Artists’ Tea experiences, with space to add in the rest of their Joshua Tree journey. Please bring any pens, markers, paints, etc that you may already have.

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Nov
13
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea

Meet one or more of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  This week's featured artist will be BOXOHouse Artist in Residence, Yassi Mazandi. www.boxoprojects.com

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Nov
6
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea

Meet one or more of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  This week's featured artist will be Faith Purvey. 

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Oct
30
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea

Meet one or more of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  This week's featured artist will be Kristy Campbell. 

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

 

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Oct
28
to Oct 30

2016 Joshua Tree National Park Night Sky Festival

The National Park Service, steward of Joshua Tree National Park and over 400 other park sites around the country, celebrated its 100th birthday in August, 2016. At Joshua Tree, we will continue our celebration of the NPS Centennial by bringing together astronomers, scientists, night-sky enthusiasts, artists, junior rangers, and members of nearby communities to celebrate the night skies of Joshua Tree National Park. 

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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Oct
23
9:00am 9:00am

Artists' Tea

Meet one or more of the high desert's artists at Artists’ Tea. Bring your own mug to the Cap Rock parking lot and enjoy a free cup of tea.  Participating artists will vary from week to week.

Artists' Tea is a great chance to get inspired and learn about the park through the perspective of an artist. We will also discuss ways the artist community can help protect and promote the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park through the arts.

This event is free of charge. Park entrance fees apply.

For more information, visit the park website. 

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