Arts
106 results total, viewing 51 - 60
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
Walt Gonske’s work scintillates with loose and painterly strokes creating space for color, emotion and energy. And while impressionist landscapes are his forte, you sense you are looking more at Gonske’s inner-scape – a vibrant psychic interior of brilliant light and form more
Alex Kurtz and Abby Salsbury are friends and have shared studios over the years. Now, they are collaborating on a special showing of their work. more
The 24th volume of Pecha Kucha reflects the beauty and complexity of this time of year in Taos with an eclectic mix of writers, musicians, sculptors and painters. more
There’s a strange aura of magic that hovers about wool and other fibrous entities, beckoning the beholder closer and closer, until snared – entangled in lustrous three-dimensional architectures of color, form and feeling. more
Art students from University of New Mexico-Taos are planning to present artwork for an exhibition that opens with a reception Saturday (Nov. 4) at David Anthony Fine Art. more
“Taos was an incredible place to grow up as a creative,” said artist Jodie Herrera. “I never felt ostracized for being different, but instead felt accepted and comfortable in expressing myself ... more
Volume 23 of Pecha Kucha Night is planned Friday (July 28), 7-10 p.m., at the Martini Tree Bar, 6 Ernie Blake Road, in Taos Ski Valley. The event promises a night of diverse presentations from Taos creatives. more
Flustered crowds, long lines and barbaric conditions at big box stores are maybe what one typically thinks when the words “Black Friday” come to mind. Fortunately, there is a sparkle of goodwill and hope at Twirl, a play and discovery place in Taos for children. more
The “Indigenous Foods Experience” — which took place Friday and Saturday (Oct. 20-21) — was designed as a way to “inform community members, policymakers, tribal government, and tribal programs about Food Sovereignty and why it is important to our community of Taos Pueblo." more
« Prev | 1 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 11 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.