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It’s clear that what many people in Taos mean by getting “support” from the Town of Taos is actually straight up cash or “sponsorship” – and that’s against the law – at least the way the Town divies up its Lodgers Tax allotment. more
The “have-nots” can’t escape how unlucky they are. They face desperation every day. The homeless – women, children, families and pets – look into the windows of the “haves” and silently, sadly retreat to cars without heat or food. more
A joint statement issued today (Oct. 9) by The Couse Foundation and Rena Rosequist announced that the Foundation has agreed to acquire from Rosequist the building owned by her that houses the Mission Gallery and an attached rental space. more
David Barsamian, founder of Alternative Radio, will speak in Taos on Tuesday (Oct. 10), 7 p.m., at at the Harwood Museum of Art, 238 Ledoux Street. The presentation is a collaborative event presented by the Harwood and KCIE 90.1 FM Cultural Energy Independent Radio. more
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In the competitive world of art galleries that need patrons to keep the lights on and nonprofits that need community support for their altruistic goals, there is a breath of fresh air and a long-standing tradition in Taos of women helping each other. more
J. Matt Thomas wears many creative hats in this community. He is an architect, director of The PASEO, organizer of Pecha Kucha Taos, as well as the collections manager and curator of collections at the Harwood Museum of Art. So, it is only fitting that his most recent burst of artistry has benefited from precious alone time. more
Taos is in for another wake-up call this weekend because cutting-edge artists from New Mexico and the greater Southwest are gathering to show their latest work at “New Mexi-Low 6.” more
The 34th annual Taos Wool Festival is not a “b-a-a-a-d” way to spend the day. “Ewe” will be impressed by the outstanding “herd” of vendors offering exquisite fibers and finished products. more
T.J. Mabrey has two different disciplines, which she refers to as “different parts of my brain.” The first is her stone carving, for which she is primarily known. The other discipline is her work in paper. And it is this latter pursuit that will be on display at the Harwood Museum of Art. more
Alex Kurtz and Abby Salsbury are friends and have shared studios over the years. Now, they are collaborating on a special showing of their work. more
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