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This weekend's Río Costilla Studio Tour (Sept. 7-8) promises some exceptional artwork in a wide range of media, plus it offers a couple of features which contribute to making this tour a standout … more
The Taos Plein Air Painters (TPAP) are having their annual Autumn Exhibit from Tuesday (Sept.10) through Nov. 3 at the Trading Post Café in Ranchos de Taos.The idea of painting en … more
Swimming pool, billiards room, tennis courts, custom canine kennels replete with vigas - no, we're not describing the latest posh resort in Northern New Mexico. This sprawling Santa Fe … more
Artist Jennifer Lynch is inspired by "nature, the natural pattern, light and color." In her upcoming exhibition "Cosmic Landscapes and One Asteroid" on view at the Fechin Studio, … 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
September is a busy month for locals and visitors with such a wide variety of music, art and more filling our calendars. Here's a brief rundown ... more
Yes, this is the weekend Sting will be performing in Kit Carson Park to a sold-out audience. But, even if you don't have a ticket, there are a lot of other things happening ... more
A studio tour in Taos is an opportunity to visit the creative home of a working artist. It is also an intimate invitation to connect, swap stories and find art before it goes into … more
It wouldn't be the first time artists have used the power of creativity to "undermine the power or authority of an existing establishment or institution," according to the definition of the word … more
Alchemy: the word conjures mystery, magic and a sense of wonder. Or maybe skepticism. But make no mistake about it - matter can indeed be transformed, as the Glam Trash Fashion Show has been … more
Peggy and Steve Immel have been together for 57 years. They have lived in eight states, traveled the world and made hundreds of paintings and photographs. The one word used by both … more
For sculptor Lynn Kircher, a regular on the Rio Costilla Studio Tour, allowing his passions to lead him opened door after door. Ultimately, in 2018, he found himself orchestrating a team of nine … more
A great afternoon of Taos culinary, musical and cultural fine arts is taking place next week to benefit youth art programs in Taos. Taos Fall Arts Festival’s Kids Give Back program is ... more
Monsoonal weather seems to be having the effect of turning on a big swamp cooler over the Taos area these days. So, if you're wanting a super fine place to beat the heat, this is it. And, while you're here, there's a lot to do. Such as ... more
“To be able to scramble up some place and look at it, and see it change. Your viewpoint changes, maybe communicating less, or maybe the color. It’s fun to be able to be so present, to let nature show you what to paint or show you the parts that are important to paint.” more
The experience was epic. Just strolling around the buildings comprising the Vagrant Heart Gallery on Paseo del Cañón East as dozens of graffiti writers displayed their talents was breathtaking Saturday (Aug. 17) for the venue’s first Street Art Fair. more
“Someday, all of the trash around us will become crystals, rocks and dirt. This planet, Earth, is amazing that way. We often say humans are destroying the Earth, when what we really mean is that we are creating an Earth that is not hospitable toward humanity.” more
When it started out, the annual Arte de Descartes exhibit was designed to inspire recycling, reuse and repurposing discarded materials or … garbage, if you will. But, over the years, … more
It isn't called a 'Vortex' for nothing, but even if you aren't being mesmerized by the sights and sounds in Kit Carson Park this weekend Taos is still the center ... more
For a spell of artistic exploration, the Questa Studio Tour on Saturday and Sunday (Aug. 17-18) offers a surprising variety of both crafts and fine arts, according to coordinator Peggy Trigg. … more
Taos gallery owner Greg Moon has looked upon the New Mexico art landscape and found something missing. "There are so many artists who deserve exposure," he said. The artists he is … more
As quietly as a humble ritual you might witness in a colonial capilla, a new exhibit is opening without fanfare this weekend at the Millicent Rogers Museum, one that offers a look at Hispanic Colonial folk art that may surprise, delight and certainly enlighten. more
The Taos Center for the Arts has a lot to celebrate. Back in April, the center’s board of directors was told that former board member Christine L. Wells, who died in February, had bequeathed the local arts organization a sizable monetary gift, according to board president Kandace Nachtrab. more
A campus-wide project to create a large-scale mural that represents “the cultural diversity of the student population” at the University of New Mexico-Taos is soon to launch. more
For the first time in the history of Taos Pueblo’s Oo-oo-nah Art and Cultural Center, there will be a student art exhibition in the Stables Gallery of the Taos Center for the Arts. more
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