Arts publications make reference to the yearly Marfa Myths festivity as a combination of live concert, residency plan and walking expedition. For schedule of festivity, you can visit their website.
If you are looking for embroidery art work by the best embroidery machine or by handwork, Marfa Myths festival may not feature this kind of artwork but you can check out embroidery events for the month of May.
Marfa Myths is an annual music festival and multidisciplinary cultural program founded in 2014 by nonprofit contemporary arts foundation Ballroom Marfa and Brooklyn-based music label Mexican Summer. With Marfa Myths, our organizations bring together a diversity of emerging and established artists and musicians to work creatively and collaboratively across music, film, and visual arts contexts. The festival is inherently embedded in the landscape of Far West Texas, and deeply engaged with Marfa’s cultural history and present-day community. — Martha Myths website
Martha Myths Features
In the mid of the high desert panorama is the Chinati Foundation’s long term installation of the work of Donald Judd. The project includes A HUNDRED untitled artwork pieces all in mill aluminum.
Ballroom Marfa will be featuring “Hyperobjects,” a venture show based on ideas taken from the book entitled “Dr. Timothy Morton” which is all about exploring the present environmental problems. The particular project will comprise items from the local surroundings.
The event features live music, film shows, and visual art. All of this are happening in one small town. The event started on Thursday and will continue untill Sunday in Marfa.
The music selection will comprise of the following:
- Tom Zé
- Jessica Pratt
- Circuit des Yeux
- The Weather Station
- Terry Allen
Be one of the participants from music to fashion in this festival. Get maps, learn more and purchase items at the ballroom, the headquarters for the festival. You will find various fees for the numerous live music shows.