“Past, Present and Future" will open with a free reception Friday (April 17) from 5-7 p.m. at Town Hall
“Sacred Spaces” by Meredith Mason Garcia was chosen as the 41st annual festival image
Exhibit features Charles Stewart's 'portraits' of homes and studios of important Taos artists
Carlos Rael is April’s Featured Artist in the Museum Store at the Taos Art Museum-Fechin House
Here's a brief rundown of a few art events in Taos this weekend.
The five-day art exhibit opens with a reception Saturday (April 4), 3-5 p.m., at the Stables Gallery
It’s time again for another Pecha Kucha Night-Taos, now in its 16th show.
Works by Robbie Steinbach and T. J. Mabry at Hulse/Warman Gallery
Santa Fe artist Cheri O’Brien brings her whimsical cowboy-cowgirl paintings to Taos.
Willy Wonka comes to the TCA this weekend.
Only “100 Years of Taos Art”? What about the centuries previous?
Last fall an amazing Taos County treasure was discovered during the museum’s benefit antiques show and sale.
One hundred years ago in a small, sleepy, dusty town in Northern New Mexico, six American-born artists, some of whom were trained in Europe, met and founded the Taos Society of Artists (“TSA”), a press release from taos.org states.
“Not only is this a longtime dream, it is a fortuitous time to extend this work.”
The artists will be part of this year's event planned Sept. 25-26 in Taos
The event begins with a cash bar reception in the Encore Gallery in the Taos Community Auditorium
An opening reception is planned Saturday (March 14), 4-6 p.m., at the Taos Retirement Village
Exhibition is on view now in the Encore Gallery at the Taos Community Auditorium.
A partnership between Millicent Rogers Museum and a group of Taos Pueblo artists offers the public an opportunity to meet and engage with a variety of artists in the presence of their artwork.
Photos by Donald Graham are on view now at Centinel Bank. A reception is also planned March 12
Free lecture is Saturday (March 7), 2 p.m., in the Kit Carson Electric Co-op Boardroom
Las Vegas has a “makerspace.” Not surprisingly, Albuquerque has two. And now a group of “makers” propose to bring a nonprofit “makerspace” to downtown Taos.
The Paseo was one of those events that felt like it should have been part of Fall Arts all along.
Featured are Robert Ellis (d. 2014); Marylou Reifsnyder (d. 1990); and Louis Ribak (d. 1979)
There are long-term creative couples here who have cracked the relationship code and made it work.
Ball begins at 7 p.m. with music by Two-Ton Strap, Bones of Romeo, Michael Rael Y Cielo, and more.
Event is Saturday (Feb. 7), 5-8 p.m., at Wilder Nightingale Fine Art. Tickets are $25.
Tickets to the Friday evening (Feb. 6) preview reception are $20 or $15 for museum members
The opening reception for the Members Show has been rescheduled for Friday (Feb. 6), 4-6 p.m.
The 28th event takes place today through Sunday (Jan. 29-Feb. 1) in Taos and Taos Ski Valley
Museums in Taos, and everywhere else when you think about it, are struggling these days.
A gallery talk with the artist and a co-curator is Saturday (Jan. 17), 2 p.m., at the Harwood Museum.
"Baron’s Best" opens Friday (Jan. 16), 5-7 p.m., at Town Hall, 400 Camino de la Placita.
The 15th Pecha Kucha Night-Taos took place Thursday (Jan. 8)
Heather Sparrow has been honing a style that can sometimes take your breath away
Performance molds include combustible materials that create a firework effect.
“Public art has always been necessary,” Suazo said. “It’s important for people of all races and cultures"
Lumina Contemporary, 11 State Road 230 north of Taos, is an experience unto itself.
On Monday (Dec. 15), at Love Apple, the Paseo team invites you to stimulate all your senses but one.
The benefit fair for Community Against Violence (CAV) is Friday through Sunday (Nov. 28-30).
'All non-profit art organizations in the region are strongly urged to apply for next years round of grants'
Variety of expressions from abstract to realistic, all contribute to the richness and depth of the exhibit.
A host of Taos printmakers, representing an abundant array of styles — from monotypes and woodcuts to lithographs and etchings — will present a one-day extravaganza, titled "Hot Off The Press."
These are kiln-formed glass pieces, representing “portraits” of highly stylized, androgynous people.
“My canvas is live,” says Tatyana de Pavloff.
Opening reception is Saturday (Oct. 18), 6-8 p.m., at Caffé Tazza, 122 Kit Carson Road.
Christian Ristow breaks the limits of imagination with a 30-foot kinetic robot sculpture.
Event begins Saturday (Oct. 11) and features receptions, demonstrations, speakers and more
“The fun of this is that people come in with one idea and they leave with a totally different book.”
New Deal projects such as the Works Progress Administration, in many respects, shaped Taos and its surrounding communities.
This year Taos' favorite aquatic egg hunt took place on Saturday, (April 4), and gave away 7,404 small toys, plastic eggs and rubber duckies to children.
This video is about an Easter Sunrise Service Sunday April 5, 2015 at the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge near Taos, New Mexico USA. Officiating is Pastor Stephen Wiard of El Pueblito Church in El Prado. Video was shot and edited by Rick Romancito of The Taos News
Gloria Longval, a longtime resident of Taos, New Mexico, approached The Taos News with an image of African American soldiers in hopes of sparking interest for readers during February's Black History Month. Coincidentally, Luckie Daniels, a Taos News employee and genealogical researcher, overheard her interview with Tempo editor Rick Romancito. The two eventually connected and soon a portion of Black history was revealed. This video collects what was discovered about this image and one other that Longval found in an estate sale purchase many years ago.Video shot and edited by Rick Romancito, The Taos News
Global Peace Now hosted a benefit event on Friday (Mar.27) for their upcoming Global Peace Walk where they will walk from Rosario Cemetery in Santa Fe to Taos.
Sipapu created a 98-foot pond for its 11th Annual Pond Skimming Contest on Saturday (Mar. 21). Several people competed but only a few made it all the way across the pond.
Taos Knighthawk Jaimie Ritchie qualified as one of 8 girls to play in New Mexico's State Chess Championship for 2015. She shared her experience with us.
Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort hosted their 12th Annual Cardboard Derby on Saturday (Mar. 14). Each vessel was constructed of only cardboard, tape, twine and paint. The sleds came in all sizes and shapes including a giant snowman and a pie in honor of Pi Day.
After a comeback victory against Pojoaque Valley in the quarterfinals Wednesday (March 11) the third seeded Tigers ran out of steam and fell to West Las Vegas 51-39 in the Class AAAA state tournament semifinals. Read more here.