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A joint statement issued today (Oct. 9) by The Couse Foundation and Rena Rosequist announced that the Foundation has agreed to acquire from Rosequist the building owned by her that houses the Mission Gallery and an attached rental space. more
Before looking closer at Ana Karina Armijo, the town of Taos Marketing and Tourism Director’s marketing activities, I’m pleased to find that this weekend’s first Friday and first Saturday of the month (Nov. 3 and 4) activities are happening again, giving everyone a much-needed blast-off before the winter holiday rush begins. more
NeoRio offers thought-provoking art installations right on the rim of the gorge of the Río Grande, along with a fall feast and music. more
Mary Lyon, the spry receptionist of the Taos Art Museum at Fechin House, said the current exhibition of artist W. Herbert “Buck” Dunton is resounding. more
John Steinbeck once wrote, “What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness.” For the passionate and hardy artists of the Taos Watercolor Society, winter is a sweet time to immerse themselves in the use of a medium that may freeze outdoors. more
Taos artists are reinventing the art wheel in Northern New Mexico, and 10 of those artists invite the public to their “Open Studios” event Saturday (Sept. 23), from 1-6 p.m., during the Taos Fall Arts Festival. more
T.J. Mabrey has two different disciplines, which she refers to as “different parts of my brain.” The first is her stone carving, for which she is primarily known. The other discipline is her work in paper. And it is this latter pursuit that will be on display at the Harwood Museum of Art. more
Just in time to antidote those “where’d my summer go?” blues, the 2017 Glam Trash Fashion Show sashays into Taos Plaza Saturday (Sept. 2) at 4 p.m. The designs on the runway will all be constructed from recycled materials, creatively reimagined into wearable art. more
To look at the night sky is to look into the eye of creation — a vast mystery that astonishes and humbles. A new series by Taos photographer Barry Norris explores the starry skyscapes of the night. more
Local Taos Pueblo artist and well-known master of micaceous clay pottery Angie Yazzie clinched three top awards at the 2017 Santa Fe Indian Market.  Yazzie took home the best in pottery, best … more
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