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Taos artist Charles Collins is taking note of a major milestone this week: His gallery is commemorating its 40th anniversary. more
Get set for old-fashioned fun and make Taos a healthier place to live while you’re at it. The first Help Outreach Taos (HOT) fundraiser called Carnival For Life is planned Saturday (Aug. 19) at Kit Carson Park from noon to 6 p.m. more
The Southern Methodist University-in-Taos and University of New Mexico-Taos Fall Lecture Series continues with its third installment Thursday (Oct. 6). The free lecture is titled “Comanches and Genízaros in Taos” and takes place from 6-8 p.m. … more
Photo artist Gail Russell was dragged mumbling and grumbling to look at a house for sale in Arroyo Hondo in 1976.She was heading back out of Taos for a magazine shoot and none too happy about this … more
For some, the nine pots are works of art. But for Tewa people, the centuries-old artifacts were utensils, a part of the everyday lives of their ancestors. The Poeh Cultural Center at Pojoaque Pueblo is showcasing the pots, a variety of pieces … more
What better way to spend an August weekend than cruising up to the Questa area to see what’s happening up there? That’s because the Questa Studio Tour is back for 2017 and there’s anticipation for another successful year. more
Wilder Nightingale Fine Art owner Rob Nightingale said painter Peggy Immel and photographer Steve Immel chose the name “Immel and Immel” and the subtitle “Our New Mexico” for their show that opens with a reception Saturday (Sept. 2) from 5-7 p.m. more
There’s a slight chill in the air. The quintessential autumnal blooms of chamisa – a southwestern shrub artists love to paint – are starting to break open. The rich yellow waves of color on the mesas, fields and roadsides mean the Taos art … more
Taos is in for another wake-up call this weekend because cutting-edge artists from New Mexico and the greater Southwest are gathering to show their latest work at “New Mexi-Low 6.” more
Residents and visitors in Taos on the weekend of Sept. 23-25 had the option to experience the unique outdoor art festival — The PASEO. Organizers say there were 21 art installations — and a number of gallery-sponsored presentations — viewed … more
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