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Even in a town where unbroken creative lineages can be traced back across a thousand years or more, a quarter-century of exceptional, ever-evolving work in the arts is still rare enough to warrant a … more
A large-scale metal sculpture by the late Taos artist Ted Egri was installed Saturday (April 22) in front of the Taos County Administrative-Judicial Complex at the corner of Paseo del Pueblo Sur and Albright Street. more
Here’s what Tempo has learned about the current health of the Taos art market from various parties involved after asking various questions. more
Saturday (April 29) marks the opening of the “Twilight of the West” exhibit. In partnership with the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum in Canyon, Texas, the museum is presenting the first major exhibition of Taos Society of Artists member W.H. “Buck” Dunton’s art since 1991. An opening reception is planned that day from 1-3 p.m. The museum is also celebrating the opening of the “Fechin Food Forest” at the same time as the Dunton exhibit opening reception. more
Have you ever driven by St. James Episcopal Church on a Thursday, seen all the cars in the parking lot and people going in and out and wondered what was going on? It’s the St. James Food Pantry, … more
Last year, granite sculptor Candyce Garrett, of Taos, was invited to Japan along with artists from Korea and countries in Europe by world-famous sculptor Keizo Ushio to make commemorative monuments for the victims of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. more
On Saturday (April 29), have your family don their favorite bicycling shoes, head over to the gymnasium at Enos Garcia Elementary School and pedal power yourselves a smoothie. Not your thing? Then maybe a Botball. more
Music from Angel Fire officials have announced Loretta LaMothe’s oil painting, “Summer’s Grand Finale" as the winner of the third annual program cover competition. more
Born in Oregon and raised in Taos, Erin “Zeke” Eagleton, 45, is a local kid and a consummate artist. In addition to the pop-up show of clay works he did with Hank Saxe and Jim Wagner last fall, and last month’s show at Taos Cow, the Harwood Museum of Art just purchased one of his graphite on paper pieces which has been tapped by Taos art guru Gus Foster for rotation into the Harwood’s George E. Foster Jr. Gallery, hanging a few frames down from an Agnes Martin. more
What happens when a world-renowned scientist — a specialist in brain research — has to confront the fear that her own brain may be failing? more
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