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Here's a brief rundown of some of the arts events happening in Taos this week. For more, pick up a copy of the print edition of Tempo magazine, inside The Taos News, on sale early Thursday morning (March 16). more
Making bold choices day after day can be exciting, or terrifying, but certainly not boring. That’s what Ken O’Neil’s oeuvre communicates, oddly enough with almost inexplicable beauty. more
Now that the documentary film about abstract expressionist artist Agnes Martin has been out for a few months, how has it been received? more
If the Harwood Museum of Art had been accredited by the American Alliance of Museums when much-lauded exhibition “Mabel Dodge Luhan and Company: American Moderns and the West” was being organized, it would have been cheaper and much easier to pull off, according to Harwood Executive Director Richard Tobin. more
Would you buy a piece of art if you didn’t know who made it? Do you think you could guess who made a piece of art based on its style and feel? The annual “Sight Unseen” and The Taos Center for the Arts fundraiser may make art collectors ask questions like these. more
With spring on the horizon, so is the promise of another exciting season of activities that draw locals and visitors off the slopes and into town. This weekend is its prologue, with the “Taos Pueblo Artists Winter Showcase” returning to Millicent Rogers Museum for the fifth annual exhibit and sale. more
Jane Ayles' latest directorial offering for Odenbear Theatre is Alan Ayckbourn’s comedy, “How the Other Half Loves,” which opens Thursday (March 9) for a two-week run at Metta Theatre, 1470 Paseo del Pueblo Norte in El Prado. Curtain is at 7:30 p.m. more
Here's a brief rundown of some of the arts events happening in Taos this week. For more, pick up a copy of the print edition of Tempo magazine, inside The Taos News, on sale early Thursday morning (March 9). more
“It’s a labor of love,” Tanya Vigil, Visiting Artists Program coordinator, said. “When we do our yearly exhibits of their work at the Martínez Hacienda and the Millicent Rogers Museum, people are always impressed by the quality of the children’s work.” more
Southern-born painter, mark-maker and printmaker M. Oliver is a longtime Taos artist of self-avowed roots in the New York School of Abstract Expressionism. She has work on view through May at Aceq Restaurant in the village of Arroyo Seco. more
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