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New Mexico is home to thousands of artists and artisans.

Each creating rich, culturally engaging works of art. The Arts Trails take your on a journey where you can explore the outstanding quality, vibrancy, and diversity of the arts in New Mexico. We encourage you to download one of the arts trails maps and discover the people, creative process and landscapes that make up our arts community. 

Española

The Española Valley Fiber Arts Center (EVFAC) is a unique resource for fiber artists and those who find beauty in the fiber arts. Visitors to the adobe storefront in the historic district of Española, New Mexico enter a world of looms, colorful yarns, beautiful handmade textiles, books, and supplies.

Our mission is to preserve and promote the rich textile heritage of Northern New Mexico by providing learning and teaching experiences for all ages and backgrounds, and by providing encouragement and training towards economic sustainability in the Fiber Arts. 

For more information please visit http://www.evfac.org/

  • Española Valley Fiber Arts Center
  • Walk in & Weave at EVFAC

Fiber Arts Trails Various Locations

The New Mexico Fiber Arts Trails is a collaboration between New Mexico Arts — the state arts agency and a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs — and a grassroots network of fiber artists, to engage visitors and support rural fiber arts enterprises and communities statewide. The Trails bring visitors to the source point, generating creative sector entrepreneurship and incomes, while creating an informed consumer base and cultivating a sustainable place-based economy. 

Please note: The Fiber Arts Trails cover an extensive area of New Mexico. For more information please visit http://www.nmfiberarts.org/the-trails.html

  • North Central Loop Trail
  • Northwest Loop
  • Southern Loop

Artistic Vistas and Treasures

Artistic Vistas and Treasures

A project of the Moreno Valley Arts Council, this multidisciplinary trail encompasses sites from Cimarron to Eagle Nest and Angel Fire to Ocate and Taos Canyon.

For more information please visit http://www.artisticvistas.org/galleries.php

Southwest New Mexico Clay Trail

Southwest New Mexico Clay Trail