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Winners of the 2017 Taos Fall Arts Festival have been announced, according to TFAF Board President Paul Figueroa. more
Walt Gonske’s work scintillates with loose and painterly strokes creating space for color, emotion and energy. And while impressionist landscapes are his forte, you sense you are looking more at Gonske’s inner-scape – a vibrant psychic interior of brilliant light and form more
An amazing amount of art-marketing activity has formalized since I attended a meeting Tuesday (Sept. 12) called by Taos Arts Council and ARTAOS, one of two meetings held for the nonprofit and for-profit arts sectors of Taos on Aug. 18 and Sept. 12, respectively, seeking to promote the arts of Taos. more
In addition to the kickoff of the 43rd annual Taos Fall Arts Festival, The PASEO returns for its fourth season. Between the two – and their many related events – your days and evenings will be filled to the brim with the best of who we are. more
NeoRio offers thought-provoking art installations right on the rim of the gorge of the Río Grande, along with a fall feast and music. more
A collaboration between artists Dora Dillistone, Hank Saxe and Brian Shields, “Earthly Elements” will celebrate its opening with a reception Friday (Sept. 15). more
“The ongoing issue regarding originality plagues printmaking which was, after all, developed in order to create inexpensive multiples,” a press release from the organizers of an annual Taos printmaking show states. more
The hottest day of the year comes to Taos Country Club on Saturday (Sept. 16). The Taos Milagro Rotary Club’s 11th annual Chile Challenge is a sure bet to bring a few beads of sweat to the brow. more
Beginning in 2010, Mark Goebel became drawn to photographing the exquisite beauty of Christian sanctuaries in New Mexico. For his exhibit at the Taos Inn, he has selected 43 photographs to represent this body of work (which totals three times as much). more
The Taos Center for the Arts and the Society of the Muse of the Southwest are putting together a pair of programs centered on “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead,” a play by Tom Stoppard. more
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