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Creative suites

For the second year, the Harwood Museum of Art is hosting its "Bash at The Blake."This fundraising gala and art auction takes place Saturday (June 23) at The Blake at Taos Ski … more

The joy of sax

The Taos Jazz Bebop Society is 4 years old and busier than ever.Friday (June 22), in collaboration with the Harwood Museum of Art, the Society presents "Saxophone Legends Heat up the … more

Magical qualities of glass

The exhibition, "Larry Bell: Hocus, Focus and 12," looks almost as if his work has spilled out of the artist's Taos studio and into the Harwood Museum of Art.Some of the work in the … more

Second time around

The working styles and perspective on their own mortality could not be more divergent between the authors John Nichols and Natalie Goldberg.Nichols is nocturnal. He "comes alive at … more

Women cellists unite

Four women cellists take the stage for "Cello Chicks," the final concerts of the 25th anniversary season of the Taos Chamber Music Group. The program ranges from Bach and Vivaldi to Gershwin and … more

Live and let live

Matthew (Matt) Barnes said he believes cattle can coexist with keystone predators, such as wolves and grizzly bears on the Western landscape. His research suggests that one of the … more

Harwood plans Larry Bell tribute

The Harwood Museum has the largest collection of Larry Bell artworks in the world, thanks to the generosity of the artist and several of his collectors.Bell has been living and … more

Musical sincerity and synergy

Peter and Will Anderson are back in Taos for their fourth year in a row. At the Harwood Museum of Art, Friday (May 4), the concert title is "Jazz: The Anderson Brothers Play … more

Contract to end for Harwood director

The University of New Mexico's Harwood Museum of Art announced Monday (April 9) that its director Richard Tobin will be part of a transition when his contract ends June 30."I have … more

It's not revisionist if it's true

We're still here.Despite still-pervasive stereotypes, persistent racism and a willful ignorance of history, Pueblo Indians are still alive and well. But, today, there's a … more
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