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Since 2008, TAOSFOLK has been the traditional holiday season “pop-up” store in Taos. A pop-up is a retail store that opens for a very short period to serve the needs of seasonal demand. Cathleen Lambridis is the director of TAOSFOLK, and under … more
I realized it was time for a tune up in Native American art after briefly visiting with Gregory Farah last week. His enthusiasm is infectious and refreshing, and the huge 4,000-foot FaraHNHeight Gallery pops with every imaginable aspect of original … more
Residents and visitors in Taos on the weekend of Sept. 23-25 had the option to experience the unique outdoor art festival — The PASEO. Organizers say there were 21 art installations — and a number of gallery-sponsored presentations — viewed … more
Local artist Hank Brusselback is exhibiting a series of paintings at the Encore Gallery in the Taos Community Auditorium, 45 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. The free exhibit titled, “Scenes From The Rosy-Fingered Dawn,” is up until Jan. 6 and available … more
The longest-running community studio tour in New Mexico is happening once again this weekend. The 35th Dixon Studio Tour is Saturday and Sunday (Nov. 5-6), from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. each day. Dixon is in the Embudo Valley, 50 miles north of Santa Fe and 25 … more
Maybe it’s the reminder of loss in the trees surrendering their leaves; maybe there are forces beyond our comprehension that thin the veil between the living and the deceased at the midpoint between the autumn equinox and winter solstice. However … more
Here’s a rundown of some of the activities planned for Halloween weekend in Taos: Today (Oct. 27) 4-6 p.m. Halloween Open House featuring treats, snacks, tea tasting and mask-making for kids. Taos Food Coop, 314 Paseo del Pueblo Norte, Taos. … more
For some, the nine pots are works of art. But for Tewa people, the centuries-old artifacts were utensils, a part of the everyday lives of their ancestors. The Poeh Cultural Center at Pojoaque Pueblo is showcasing the pots, a variety of pieces … more
When people first encounter the artwork that August Muth and Sasha vom Dorp are showing in “Images of Interference” — opening Sunday (Oct. 23), 2-5 p.m. at the Hulse/Warman Gallery, 222 Paseo del Pueblo Norte — they invariably take an awed … more
In the spring of 1964, Ramón Sanchez said he went on a trip to Portugal with his school class. “My father let me take his twin lens Rolleiflex camera to the trip, which I see now as an incredible amount of trust put on a 16-year-old boy. From … more
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