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Some powerful word art went down at Parse Seco’s “A Poem is Where the Heart Is,” the monthlong exhibition of a multidisciplinary “body” of poetry celebrating National Poetry Month in Taos. more
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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
Native American jeweler Glenda Loretto of Jemez Pueblo is the featured artist Saturday (June 23), for this month's Meet the Artist event at the Nicolai Fechin Studio. From … more
Renowned artist Cliff Harmon, 95, died peacefully in his sleep at high noon Wednesday (Aug. 29). 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
Photo artist Gail Russell was dragged mumbling and grumbling to look at a house for sale in Arroyo Hondo in 1976.She was heading back out of Taos for a magazine shoot and none too happy about this … more
From lectures on still-contentious issues from history, to music, art and more, Taos has it all. What follows are a few ... more
Taos artist Charlotte Shroyer will be one of the featured artists in the annual Italian exhibit "Little Treasures 2019" to be held at the Galleria de Marchi, Bologna, Italy, from … more
The New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, has received a generous donation of artworks from Leonora (née Culbert) Welsher, a longtime New Jersey resident and New Mexico native. more
Lysa Montwill, the artist- owner of Dragonfly Blue, said she prefers to engage behind the scenes, encouraging other's work, watching artists evolve and explore. She also believes … 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
A man who has become known as the lord of a Santa Fe art collective steeped in the bizarre, that in recent years has burgeoned into multimillion-dollar entertainment giant, is shucking his crown -- for now. more
Millicent Rogers Museum Executive Director Dr. Caroline Fernald had some big news when she put out her latest newsletter. Aside from noting the success of the museum’s annual … more
Get ready to dazzle your home or business with a "steal" from Anee Ward's collection of "renewed" works of art at unbelievable prices. But that's what auctions are all about, unless you square up … more
Taos Center for the Arts has announced "Spirited Images: New Works by Susan Barnett" will open with a reception Thursday (Sept. 6), 4-6 p.m., in the Encore Gallery of the Taos Community … more
Somewhere in Vatican City is a new rendering of the Divine Mother named "Pia Mater," a personal gift by Taos artist Kimberly Webber to His Holiness Pope Francis. more
It is no wonder that Christy Schwathe is a painter whose work merits spending some time contemplating, for it is her heritage. Her great-grandfather was a well-known sculptor in Austria. Schwathe, a … more
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
The Millicent Rogers Museum was founded on the Standard Oil heiress' personal collection of Native American jewelry, textiles, paintings, and various other items she amassed during … more
With daylight saving time in effect, the evening's curtain of darkness may be drawn closed a little later, but the waning of light isn't the only harbinger of murkiness. "Besides … more
The dust has settled after the big Fourth of July celebrations and now focus has moved to the Taos Pueblo Powwow Grounds near El Prado ... more
With Lighting of Ledoux and the Yuletide Tree Lighting Ceremonies this week, and Bonfires on Bent Street next week, holiday-themed festivities are ramping up in Taos and Taos County. But, wait, there's more ... more
How a nationally recognized artist is simply dropped from the annals of major artistic contribution is hard to fathom, but that is what has happened to Edward Corbett (1919-1971). … more
It's happening once again. And, this time, it's even more fun, thought-provoking and visceral than before. The 2019 Paseo, bringing national and international artists to Taos, is … more
Magic is afoot in Taos if you are one to pay attention to such things. And that is the predominant vibe owners-artists Max Jones and Tony Walker feel for their new Taos gallery, a business dedicated … more
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