Aspen’s Art Show returned to New Orleans this week, with the opening of the Aspen Art Museum on Wednesday and the annual Aspen Fair on Saturday.
The annual Aspens Fair in Aspen will be a three-day festival of local artists.
The festival features local artists in an exhibit space, arts workshops and workshops, arts performances, and live music.
It runs from Nov. 12-15 at the Aspents Fairgrounds, 707 West Main St., aspen.com.
A new pavilion for the event was opened in front of the museum on Wednesday, where a new, interactive pavilion will host visitors to experience the exhibit space and the pavilion itself.
It will be located at the center of the park.
The exhibit space will feature art, ceramics, jewelry, jewelry-making, sculpture, jewelry jewelry-crafting, ceras, cerumen, ceran, and other ceramically related art.
There will also be a ceramical booth, an exhibition gallery and art gallery with over 70 ceramic works.
The pavilion features a large-scale ceramic sculpture, which was created by local artist Mike Dickson, which is in the exhibition space.
The sculpture is one of the largest ceramic pieces in the world, according to Dickson.
The Aspen Arts Festival, which took place in the park in 2015, attracted hundreds of people, including about 1,000 visitors from across the country.