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  • Sunset at Mojave Desert in Twentynine Palms, CA

Join us for the 8th annual Joshua Tree National Park Art Exposition this November 7-8 at the historic 29 Palms Art Gallery! Hosted by the Joshua Tree National Park Council for the Arts, this event celebrates the art, culture, and history of Joshua Tree National Park, is centered around a stunning juried art exhibition at the 29 Palms Art Gallery featuring painting, mixed media, sculpture and photography by artists from all across the state of California and the United States – all of whom have been inspired by the park!

This very special juried exhibition will be on display at the 29 Palms Art Gallery from November 1-29, 2020, and will be open to viewing Thursday through Sunday from 11:00am – 3:00pm. The Awards presentation will take place at the gallery on the afternoon of Saturday, November 7, and the gallery will be hosting outdoor art demonstrations on the patio during the Art Expo weekend on November 7 and 8. Stay tuned for more information to come!

Joshua Tree National Park Art Exposition Venues:
29 Palms Art Gallery | 74055 Cottonwood Drive
29 Palms Inn | 73950 Inn Ave
29 Palms Creative Center and Gallery | 6847 Adobe Road
Old Schoolhouse Museum | 6760 National Park Drive
Joshua Tree National Park Headquarters & Oasis Visitor Center | 74485 National Park Drive

Spend the weekend in 29 Palms: 29 Palms Lodging

About Joshua Tree National Park Council for the Arts
Formed in 2013, the JTNP Council for the Arts fosters the spirit of artistic expression inspired by the park, and supports the preservation, enhancement, and sustainability of the entire California deserts region. Learn more:

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