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Her show may not be coming up until January, but the innovative art quilts by Emily Zopf are something you might not want to miss. Zopf, a Taos resident since 2000, will show her work Jan. 17-20 at the Stables Gallery of the Taos Center for the Arts, 133 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. more
Spontaneous unscripted performances infused with comedic impulse and raucous laughter, Vorpmi, which is "improv" spelled backward, is a made-for-an-adult-audience New Year's warm-up party - a holiday improv and musical variety review. more
If you're an artist, one of the more interesting ways to display your work is on a lamppost in the Taos Historic District. The Town of Taos in partnership with the Taos Arts Council has issued a call to artists to submit their work for consideration for its Lamppost Art Banner Competition. more
The event that seemed to draw incendiary public reaction in 2019 was "Enchilada Western: A Living Museum of Fetishized Identities" by performance art troupe La Pocha Nostra. more
It's that most joyous time of year, and in Taos that means celebrations and commemorations big and small. Here's a brief sample of some of the things going on in Taos this week. For more, pick up a copy of Tempo magazine inside the Taos News on sale bright and early Thursday morning. more
The dance between detail, fine detail, the minutia that comprises the anatomy of this world and the expansiveness that opens through abstract and symbolic art is the dance at which Shera Maher is adept. more
Get your kicks pre-Saint Nick this Saturday (Dec. 21) from 4-6 p.m., along Kit Carson Road's Historic District galleries, museums and businesses. Expect little farolitos and at least two bonfires, but lots of treats and sweets, all free and open to everyone. more
It pays to be online, as Arizona photographer Scott Baxter discovered. Now, he is looking forward to his Taos art debut. There is an opening reception for an exhibition of his work along with nibbles, libations and an opportunity to meet the man, on Saturday (Dec. 21), 1-4 p.m., in the Fechin Studio at the Taos Art Museum, 227 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. more
Many locals and visitors took time to enjoy the charm of the Seco Holiday Stroll Saturday (Dec. 14). more
Donabe, the pan-Asian eatery that both stands out in Taos and fits right in, just celebrated its one-year anniversary of serving food, sake and art in the former Arthur Rochford Manby house. more
In 2010, Alastair Macaulay, then dance critic for The New York Times, said, "Over the last 70 years [The Nutcracker] ballet-- conceived in the Old World -- has become an American institution. Its amalgam of children, parents, toys, a Christmas tree, snow, sweets and Tchaikovsky's astounding score is integral to the season of good will that runs from Thanksgiving to New Year." more
There's a new kid on the art block and he's a dream of enthusiasm for the uniqueness of all that is Taos. more
The holidays are right around the corner and that means a wide variety of happenings all over Taos County. more
The monthlong Yuletide in Taos celebration, which kicked off last weekend, continues Saturday (Dec. 14) when the John Dunn House Shops and the merchants on Bent Street join forces once again on a day packed with good tidings and family fun. more
The first time Greta Brunschwyler visited Taos was in the early 2000s. She and her mother spent hours scouring the Millicent Rogers Museum - a fateful visit indeed. more
The Harwood Museum of Art kicks off its winter season this weekend with a banquet of work from four featured New Mexico artists: Larry Bell, Subhankar Banerjee, Dean Pulver and Beatrice Mandelman. more
Taos Onstage and the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership have collaborated on a delicious holiday radio play and dinner theater. more
The season of giving is certainly underway, which means various celebrations are underway. Whether it's something rooted in New Mexico's venerable cultures, buying gifts, or just simply enjoying some fine music and works of art, Taos has it going on. Here's a little sample of happenings in and around town: more
Creativity craves change, movement, unknowns, surprise, wonder - all elements fiber artist Faith Welsh can't get enough of."I'm obsessed," she said during a November studio visit. more
Taos artists Abby Salsbury and Dean Pulver celebrate recent renovations to their passive solar studios and Taos Mesa Arts - an arts space encompassing clay, printmaking and woodworking studios, a gallery and workshop space -- by hosting an exhibition of five regional artists. more
The cedar chests, the cabinets and the benches of Costilla furniture maker David Satrun present a quality and a durability that inspires ... more
It's here. The holiday season is officially upon us and what better way to celebrate than with the big events happening this weekend in Taos. more
Artistry in scrimshaw art by Tom High of Alamosa, Colo. was on view at the Community Against Violence Holiday Market Arts and Crafts Fair ... more
While many people will race though shopping malls and big box stores the day after Thanksgiving, Twirl is hosting a bright and festive alternative to kick off the holiday season. more
The Harwood Museum believes that all children should have access to arts regardless of income or background, according to Jayne Schnell, the museum educator. more
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