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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
If you have been by the David Anthony Fine Art (DAFA) Taos art gallery, then you have likely seen some of Kate Rivers’ mixed media art. From afar, they look like paintings. But stepping up close, they reveal an intriguing composition of old books, … more
Jessica Maffia is an artist-in-residence at the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation. Recently, she got permission from Mitch Miller, director of Special Events for the town of Taos, to hang an installation of lanterns in the gazebo in Taos Plaza. She said … more
Since 2008, TAOSFOLK has been the traditional holiday season “pop-up” store in Taos. A pop-up is a retail store that opens for a very short period to serve the needs of seasonal demand. Cathleen Lambridis is the director of TAOSFOLK, and under … more
I realized it was time for a tune up in Native American art after briefly visiting with Gregory Farah last week. His enthusiasm is infectious and refreshing, and the huge 4,000-foot FaraHNHeight Gallery pops with every imaginable aspect of original … 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
Local artist Hank Brusselback is exhibiting a series of paintings at the Encore Gallery in the Taos Community Auditorium, 45 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. The free exhibit titled, “Scenes From The Rosy-Fingered Dawn,” is up until Jan. 6 and available … 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
Maybe it’s the reminder of loss in the trees surrendering their leaves; maybe there are forces beyond our comprehension that thin the veil between the living and the deceased at the midpoint between the autumn equinox and winter solstice. However … more
Here’s a rundown of some of the activities planned for Halloween weekend in Taos: Today (Oct. 27) 4-6 p.m. Halloween Open House featuring treats, snacks, tea tasting and mask-making for kids. Taos Food Coop, 314 Paseo del Pueblo Norte, Taos. … more
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