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This year, the Millicent Rogers Museum celebrates its 60th anniversary, and is “taking this opportunity to showcase the finest pieces in the museum’s collection by developing a robust calendar of events and exhibitions,” an announcement reads. … more
The longest-running community studio tour in New Mexico is happening once again this weekend. The 35th Dixon Studio Tour is Saturday and Sunday (Nov. 5-6), from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. each day. Dixon is in the Embudo Valley, 50 miles north of Santa Fe and 25 … more
In the spring of 1964, Ramón Sanchez said he went on a trip to Portugal with his school class. “My father let me take his twin lens Rolleiflex camera to the trip, which I see now as an incredible amount of trust put on a 16-year-old boy. From … more
A chance to meet Damini Celebre, OCHO’s Fall 2016 artist-in-residence, will be given when the Questa art and event space hosts an Open House and Presentation Friday (Oct. 7) at 5:30 p.m. Celebre will present a community talk on her new works and … more
One of the best events to take in during this time of year is the annual pottery show at Chimayó Trading del Norte in Ranchos de Taos. Owner Gabriel Abrums has arranged to have award-winning master potters from San Ildefonso Pueblo, Martha … more
“In 1949, Taos resident Mrs. Don Secrest called a meeting of interested people to discuss starting a garden club. Thirty-five people attended.” So reads the beginning of the “History of Los Jardineros” on the group’s … more
Creating an image of something that doesn’t exist is the seemingly impossible challenge of non-objective abstract artists – they literally paint what isn’t there, hoping to boldly go where no one has gone before. Gallerist Eric Andrews says … more
Life is opulent on the High Road to Taos, and Leigh Gusterson’s Light Mountain Gallery in Peñasco has rays of that abundance from every single mile. Since Labor Day last year, she and studio assistant Melanie DeShaies have turned the historic … more
Erin Eagleton doesn’t look 45. He had his birthday on the same day his pop-up gallery show opened Sept. 21 and he still sports a boyish quality. But he’s done a lot. From his work as an actor to his work behind-the-scenes in the movie industry, … more
Rather than having the same old show for a handful of painters, Rob Nightingale and painter Peggy Immel came up with an idea that makes the art more dynamic because it’s being created from sunup to sundown in just one day. The big day for … more
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