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Recently, students in Taos traveled across the ocean and didn’t need a passport or a plane ticket to do so. Just ask ninth-grader Amelia Martinez, and seventh-graders Emmasofia Hayett and Bodhi Cain, all students at the Taos Integrated School of the Arts.

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You've probably already cleared your calendar but let us remind you again: Taos Fall Arts Festival makes its return in a big way this weekend. For the next ten days, the 46 year-old grande dame of Taos' cultural events offers you an autumn cornucopia of everything art-related.

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After a year's hiatus, the 46th Annual Taos Fall Arts Festival returns in 2021, Sept. 24-Oct. 3. The Taos Fall Arts Open exhibition will take place in the Guadalupe Parish Gym, 205 Don Fernando Street, a block west of the Taos Plaza

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In 2009, Agnes Chavez had been a successful studio artist and metal sculptor for 15 years. Then she had a collaborative epiphany. "I discovered projection art, and I fell in love with it. I was always using art for humanitarian purposes, but with this I come up with the concept, and I collaborate with others," said Chavez.

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STEMarts Lab has partnered with the KERNEL X - Light Art Festival in Monza, Italy, to connect students there with students in Taos, to participate in an audiovisual 3D mapping onto the architecture of Residenza Ponte dei Leoni in the city of Monza.

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The Pollinator Concentrator project started in 2019, inspired by a conversation between Juniper Manley, director of the Harwood Museum, who was working there at the time, and Kristina Ortez, the executive director at the Taos Land Trust. The conversation they had led to Agnes Chavez being invited to submit a proposal for an art installation and STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) program at the Río Fernando Park.

It awakens at sunset. Its interactive playground encompasses all of downtown Taos. Its exhibits comprise a movable feast of visual arts, music, dance, light, literature, history, …

 If there were ever unsung heroes in Taos, they are Matt Thomas and Agnes Chavez, co-creators of The Paseo. Because of their foresight bearing fruit, thousands of people crawled Taos’ …

Space is the theme of this year's PASEO Festival. Inner space. Outer space. Personal space. Social space. All kinds of space.I sat down with Agnes Chavez, PASEO Artistic Director and Education …

You're probably not familiar with the name Jake Garn. A Utahn, he represented his state for 20 years in the United States Senate and, as a member of the 1985 Discovery space shuttle …