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Tempo's top five picks appear here each week. In a town where we are spoiled for choice, we make it easy for you. Grab a copy of the Taos News to discover much more, in this week's  edition of Tempo

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The show, titled "Pop Chalee: Yippee Ki Yay," opened to the public Sunday (Sept. 12) and will continue through March 2022. The show especially makes note of Pop Chalee's induction into the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame, Oct. 26, in Fort Worth, Texas, along with country music star Miranda Lambert of Texas, and Western wear hat designer and former rodeo performer Lavonna "Shorty" Koger of Oklahoma.

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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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The Arroyo Seco Live experience, Low 'N' Slow, is giving students the chance to explore the vibrant lowrider culture through their collaborati…

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The Taos Artist Combo exhibition, which runs from Wednesday, Sept. 8 through Sunday, Sept. 12 at the Stables Gallery, brings together a divers…

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Imagine being handed what you hope is a basket of fruit, but when you look inside all you see are oranges. That's an analogy that might be applied to the dilemma encountered at the Harwood Museum when looking at works of art considered as gifts to the collection. And, it's a state that, while generous and certainly well-meaning, poses certain difficult choices for the museum's curatorial staff.

That's where the Museums Empowered Grant comes in.

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Contemporary Symbolist Painter Kimberly Webber is hosting a solo exhibition of new work, Friday evening (Aug. 20) at Untitled Fine Art Gallery on 133 Kit Carson Road, from 5 to 7 p.m. Libations provided and live sitar and tabla music by Pardeshi.

The exhibition, titled "Embodiment of Light," features a life-sized black panther, tiger, a lioness, rhinos and snow leopards. There will also be an intriguing new work titled "Suntelia." Webber said the title for the show suggests the human experience and the archetypal language in her paintings.

Tempo caught up with Webber and asked some questions about the show and her work, here are the highlights.

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This week, more than 60 artists from around the world are presenting drawings created in a variety of mediums during the COVID pandemic in "The Drawing Box A5 Exhibition," on view at the Questa Public Library.