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This weekend, the Taos Jazz Bebop Society is inviting jazz fans from near and far to its fifth annual Frank Morgan Taos Jazz Festival, featuring some of the biggest names in the field. more
Each season, the Taos Chamber Music Group highlights young chamber musicians in a program it calls "Play It Forward." This year, TCMG presents a dynamic group of youthful musicians from Boston. more
Artist Dianne Frost has forever been curious about the natural world. "I find inspiration in fragments of nature. By close inspection and reflection, I am inspired to create and share something unusual or surprising with my art," she noted in a statement. more
Jazz flute player Ali Ryerson was born into a family of musicians. Her father, Art Ryerson, was a top New York City studio guitarist who recorded with jazz and popular music icons … more
The times they are a-changin'.In a relatively unprecedented development, two famous Taos art museums - the Millicent Rogers Museum and the Harwood Museum of Art - are both hiring … more
The Taos Jazz Bebop Society is hitting its stride in its effort to bring world-class jazz to Taos. You'll see what we mean if you stop by the Harwood Museum of Art for a stellar … more
Labels. Have you noticed how much more of a navigation tool they've lately become in maneuvering through our daily lives? Democrat (Republican, independent, socialist). Baby Boomer … more
For the past 17 years, Laura Paskus has worked as an environmental journalist. Her job is to pay attention to water, forests, climate change and energy issues in New Mexico. She is … more
"There wasn't much happening with the solstice in Taos," said event producer Opal Keen. Keen is new to production and fairly new to Taos ... more
FYI BOX Opening receptions Sunday (June 2), noon- 5 p.m. Harwood Museum of Art, 238 Ledoux Street Free admission (575) 758-9826 more
Virtuoso music talents the Anderson Brothers return to Taos for a concert focusing on the consummate American artist, Duke Ellington ... more
There's a passionate knowledgeability that shines through when people are talking about what they love. more
Artist Tony Ortega lives and works in Colorado, but his roots are here in Northern New Mexico. "My mother's side of the family is from Pecos, my father's side of the family is from … more
When you visit the Harwood Museum of Art it's with the intention to immerse yourself in a collection of fine American art. But when you walk into its Arthur Bell Auditorium you don't … more
Among his recent notable projects and exhibitions are those at Gallery Sugata, Kyoto (a series of generative anamorphic photographs). more
On Saturday (Feb. 9), the exhibitions "Birds of Appetite: Alchemy and Apparition" and "Bird's Nests" both have their premieres at the Harwood, offering viewers three different perspectives on a subject that is at once challenging and inspirational. more
It was 1989 and Lynn Hamrick was living alone in West Hollywood. She stopped at a little Japanese restaurant for a meal, but little did she know she found her staple in cuisine and in … more
Artist Sandra Lerner first came to Taos in 1979 as a resident of the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation of New Mexico. She said she found the experience so enriching that as soon as life's … more
The program is modeled after the Chatter programs of Albuquerque and SITE Santa Fe, and includes innovative contemporary chamber music, poetry and a planned pause for silence. more
Santa Fe writer Caroline Fraser was working in her office detached from the main house she shares with husband Hal Espen, a writer for Outside Magazine. Inside their home, Espen was … more
It is the season to be fa-la-la-ing, and the Taos Chamber Music Group offers a passionate program of folk-inspired chamber music for the occasion."Beyond Borders" showcases the brilliant piano … more
Outrage, disbelief and despair mix poignantly with a deep love and arch appreciation for vanishing Venice, Italy, as depicted in printmaker photographer Robbie Steinbach's latest … more
The lighting of farolitos and luminarias is a cherished holiday tradition along Ledoux Street, named after two French-Canadian fur trappers and brothers, Antoine and Abraham Ledoux. more
The program will be performed in the Arthur Bell Auditorium at the Harwood Museum of Art, 238 Ledoux Street. more
Of the many issues that have recently arisen in our political discourse, perhaps guns and gun control ignite the most passionate debates. The proliferation of assault-type weapons and a seemingly … more
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