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Panther’s round eyes mirror a full moon; her black coat cloaks her in a mysterious blue midnight. A woman in an elaborate gold headdress rests at her side. The pair peers intensely from an otherworldly place, caught by artist Kimberly Webber. … more
Born in Granada, Spain, in 1952, Fernando Barros has dedicated himself to the art of flamenco. The singer and composer has performed throughout the world. Barros is also a historian, writer and educator. He is involved in the preservation of … more
A variety of events are happening this holiday weekend in Taos. Everything from an "Ugly Sweater Contest" to a Prince-David Bowie tribute, there's a lot to do. The following are just a few samples of events. For more, pick up a copy of Tempo … more
Make time to go north to two venues hosting the Holiday Pop-Up Gallery in Questa: ArtQuesta gallery and Rael’s shop. Sponsored by the new Questa Studio Tour organization that presented the inaugural studio tour last fall, some of the artists … more
Taos comedy fans who enjoyed the The Horsemen’s October “Why the Long Face” show at Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership will be able to catch one of that group’s stars, Matt Peterson, on a return visit today (Dec. 15) at 7 p.m. “Comedy Night with … more
The title is a bit awkward: “The Game’s Afoot; or Holmes for the Holidays,” but make no mistake, this play is relentlessly entertaining, and the cast members of Taos Onstage do a great job of bringing the hilarious script to life. Shows are … more
In yet another ending to an historic era this year is the closing of Open Space Gallery on Taos Plaza after 32 years. Time, not money, it turns out is the primary factor for the closure — members needed more of their precious time to create the … more
This year, the Millicent Rogers Museum celebrates its 60th anniversary, and is “taking this opportunity to showcase the finest pieces in the museum’s collection by developing a robust calendar of events and exhibitions,” an announcement reads. … more
If you have been by the David Anthony Fine Art (DAFA) Taos art gallery, then you have likely seen some of Kate Rivers’ mixed media art. From afar, they look like paintings. But stepping up close, they reveal an intriguing composition of old books, … more
Jessica Maffia is an artist-in-residence at the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation. Recently, she got permission from Mitch Miller, director of Special Events for the town of Taos, to hang an installation of lanterns in the gazebo in Taos Plaza. She said … more
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