This week our Tempo cover story previews this year’s Wool Festival at Taos, the warm and fuzzy event that is fun for the whole family while also giving spinners, knitters, dyers, weavers and crocheters a boost. Don’t miss it.
With the Taos Fall Arts Festival winding down this week, we’ve also got a review of the shows, plus a rundown of the award winners. Our congrats to all the hardworking organizers and talented artists that make this annual event a crowd pleaser.
If you happened by Kit Carson Park last weekend you might have seen something that looked like a science fiction monster straight out of “The Terminator” movies. Christian Ristow’s “Hand of Man” robotic sculpture was set up in the old tennis court and we’ve got a gallery of photos and a video that chronicles the artistic mayhem.
We’ve also got stories on the “SEED 4” show coming up at the Stables Gallery, the “Force of Nature” exhibit at the Encore, a profile on artist Miles Mathis in our “Imagination” column and a new bluegrass picker’s circle shaping up at the Taos Mesa Brewing Company.
It’s all there, plus movie reviews and more inside Tempo, your arts and entertainment magazine inside The Taos News bright and early every Thursday morning (Oct. 4).
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