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Kim Henkel, from the University of New Mexico-Taos, has work in the Iron Tribe art exhibition. Today (Feb. 28), Highlands University's Iron Tribe 2019 performance casting event is from 6 to 8:30 … more
Framed images from The Taos News special publication "Twenty Four Hours: A Day in the Life of Taos," are on view now at David Anthony Fine Art, 132 Kit Carson … more
A boy in New York who liked to draw, a young man encouraged by a teacher to enroll in an art and design school, an expert picture framer with a successful business in Nevada, a man for whom the … more
Arresting. This is how Ann-Marie Hillings' "Hocus-Pocus" grabs you. This alien-looking huge-eared cat is the first thing you see in "A Heart Needs a Home: Animals We Love," the Taos Arts Council's … more
For a fee, a guest chooses a unique pint created in the studio at Taos Clay by one of the resident artists and receives a complimentary beer within the custom 16-ounce creation. This year attendees can choose from an estimated 250-300 pints carefully crafted by Taos artisans. more
Plan to get your free copy of "Twenty-Four Hours" when it hits newsstands inside the Thursday (Feb. 28) edition of The Taos News. This is sure to become an instant keepsake. more
The play will have two casts performing on alternate nights. "They are very different, with different takes, and they're both phenomenal," said THS Drama Director Saundra Bouchie. more
Among his recent notable projects and exhibitions are those at Gallery Sugata, Kyoto (a series of generative anamorphic photographs). more
Here's a sample of art events coming soon and more happening in Taos, brought to by Tempo magazine, your arts and entertainment resource in The Taos News ... more
Visionary artist Maria Mikhailas, a resident of El Rito, north of Questa, began her lifelong love of the arts in childhood, finding art classes in school "such a joy." While her irrepressible … more
The Taos Quilt and Needlecraft Guild is a nonprofit organization that got its start in 2006 when four women, Effie Romero, Sue Vigil, Anna Martínez and Johnnie Sargent, formed a quilt guild to get more visibility around town by hanging quilt shows. more
The artists' work carefully hung on the smooth 18-foot-high walls of 203 Fine Art Gallery spans more than a century of art history in Taos.The show the gallery is hanging this week … more
Admission for all is free, but gallery owner Maye Torres says the mature content is best suited for adult audiences. more
Many Taoseños remember Diana Rico as the SOMOS curator for the 2008-2009 series, but, as it happens with many Taos creatives, she has done a lot more. As a journalist, she has written for Elle, … more
Creativity in Taos is celebrated in several art events happening this week. Of, course, there are many more, which can be seen in Thursday's edition of Tempo magazine inside The Taos News. Check it out! more
The director hopes audiences will come see the show "not only because it's very funny, but also because it is an accurate look at the internal struggles of the American housewife directly after World War II. " more
It's Valentines Week in Taos and that means it's time for a little fun and romance. It also means there's a lot of arts and entertainment events going on. Here's a sample ... more
The Town of Taos and the Taos Arts Council have released the names of the winning artists of the 2nd annual Taos is Art Lamppost Banner Competition ... more
Money raised will go to the Taos Men's Shelter and to the Taos Education and Career Center at UNM-Taos. 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
The two galleries are packed every year with excited local artists and collectors, everyone eager to see, buy and vote on art that well-known and emerging Taos artists have entered in the show. more
New Mexico lawmakers will soon be considering House Bill 90, a new law that may allow what proponents call "medical aid in dying," otherwise known as assisted suicide. Starting Thursday … more
Just as the snow from the last storm was almost melted, a new one dumps a load of white goodness all over Northern New Mexico. We love it. And, we also love all the ... more
Famed Taos artist Ray Vinella, known as one of the "Taos Six," has died according to his son Tony Vinella who announced it via social media. more
The experimental gallery Parse Seco will be hosting Thomas Bowers's reception "Here Lies My Creativity" on Saturday (Feb. 2) from 5 to 7 p.m.Albuquerque artist Thomas Bowers said he has … more
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