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Thursday, Oct. 7 from 5 to 8 p.m. in the Stables Gallery at the Taos Center for the Arts, 133 Paseo Del Pueblo Norte, there is an opening exhibit of art from the private collection of Günther Nachtrab the owner of Atelier 751, a contemporary art gallery opened during the 90s. The exhibit includes prints from artists with a Taos connection, national and international artists. A percentage of all sales from this exhibit will be donated to the Taos Center for the Arts.
The Taos Wool Festival is so much more than a fiber arts festival. It’s a happening. People travel here from all over just to be part of it.” Clearly, there are a lot of people happy to know that ‘The Happening’ is once again happening. In its 38th year, the Taos Wool Festival takes place Oct. 2 and 3 in Kit Carson Park. Among the socially distanced spaces, touch-free transactions, and sanitizing efforts, the always popular sheep shearing and raucous speed knitting, spinning, and crochet contests will take place. A silent auction will be held on Sunday. More information can be found at taoswoolfestival.org. The festival has free admission and starts at 9 a.m. both days.
The rugged country of northern Chihuahua in Mexico seems an unlikely place to find an artistic movement. Yet just a few miles south of the San Luis Mountains, the residents of a small village produce a thin-walled, finely painted ceramic ware rivaling any handmade pottery in the world. Its originator, Juan Quezada, was discovered in 1976.
Taos Fall Arts Festival is back! 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. Paintings, prints, mixed media, installation, sculpture, and more: it’s all there for you to enjoy.
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.
'If you've seen artists painting all about town and region, this is why," states Rob Nightingale, owner of Wilder Nightingale Fine Art. The Plein Air Painters of New Mexico (PAPNM) will be painting around the Enchanted Circle the week of Monday, Sept. 19 to 25, 2021.
Millicent Rogers Museum is seeking volunteers to assist with collections and exhibits. The museum said it's a great opportunity to be involved in Southwest arts, culture and community projects. For more information, please contact Karen Chertok, Director of Education at 575.758.2462 x215 or firstname.lastname@example.org.