Arts and crafts
This Saturday and Sunday (Dec. 16-17), Oo-oonah Art and Culture Center will have an Arts and Crafts Fair to raise money for the center. The fair takes place from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. both days at the Taos Day School Cafeteria.
V. Susan Fisher has stepped down from her position as Executive Director and Curator of the Taos Art Museum at Fechin House, according to a Sunday (Dec. 10) press release.
The merchants of Bent Street and the John Dunn Shops will host bonfires, farolitos (sand-filled paper bags holding a candle), music and refreshments at the annual Bonfires on Bent Street holiday-themed event Saturday (Dec. 9), from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m.
The Calabash Bash fundraiser. The event is Friday (Dec. 8) from 5-8 p.m. at El Monte Sagrado Resort, 317 Kit Carson Road. Admission at the door is $25 and includes hors d’oeuvres. There will be a cash bar.
To look at the night sky is to look into the eye of creation — a vast mystery that astonishes and humbles. A new series by Taos photographer Barry Norris explores the starry skyscapes of the night.
The world is cast from an intricate matrix, the study of which photographer Meredith Garcia has spent her life capturing through different lenses.
“Taos was an incredible place to grow up as a creative,” said artist Jodie Herrera. “I never felt ostracized for being different, but instead felt accepted and comfortable in expressing myself ...
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The route to the studio and sprawling adobe home of artist Chris Bundy and her photographer husband Steve include a circuitous dirt road with exactly four-speed bumps passing by a sign that reads "The road less traveled."
Taos Mesa Brewing is the latest venue to showcase Ballet Taos, which exploded onto the Taos art scene barely one year ago.
Flustered crowds, long lines and barbaric conditions at big box stores are maybe what one typically thinks when the words “Black Friday” come to mind. Fortunately, there is a sparkle of goodwill and hope at Twirl, a play and discovery place in Taos for children.
The highly anticipated TAOSFOLK pop-up store returns for its annual holiday run. TAOSFOLK opens Friday (Nov. 24) (the day after Thanksgiving) and closes Sunday, Dec. 24.
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Fresh from New York City’s Carnegie Hall, Robert Mirabal, his family and friends return to the Taos Community Auditorium for an evening of song, dance and storytelling.
From the trails of El Camino de Santiago in Spain to the studios of Denver, Southwest music artist Tiffany Christopher will be performing and streaming her show live, Friday (Dec. 15) at 6:30 p.m. in the Adobe Bar at The Taos Inn.
The BassMint in collaboration with Taos Academy’s STEM A+ Institute will present “Peace & Love: STEM DJ Performance,” an evening of student DJ presentations, music, dance, food and fun.
This week, we take a break from earth music and take to the stars with rock ’n’ roll as ‘What’s Spinning’ explores two short albums made with the upmost care and musical talent put in behind them.
With a voice of focused intensity and pure tone, a rootsy folk-rock vibe and a Latin-Southwest sensibility, bilingual singer-songwriter Lara Manzanares’ debut original album, “Land Baby,” weaves a tapestry of geographical, emotional and cultural landscapes ...
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“Collaborative Chaos: Climate Change as Seen Through the Eyes of Taoseños” is a first.
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The artists who put together the imagery for Disney-Pixar’s amazing new film, “Coco,” deserve top billing above any of the stars who provided their voice talents. I mean it.
Another super hero movie, hot on the heels of another, creates a bizarre kind of competition for the hearts and minds of fanboys.
When the only escape path for Thor is traveling through something called “The Devil’s Anus,” you know the new movie featuring the Norse god with a non-Nordic accent isn’t exactly a super-serious effort.
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Tracey Rollin is a registered nurse who works in an emergency room. Rollin says she is also a Chaos magician and practicing witch who has written a book called “Santa Muerte: …
Treacherous acts, ruthless characters, and a mystery peeled away in layers like an onion. What better way to warm up on a cold winter’s evening than with such a read?
SOMOS is celebrating “November Prose Month.” The month’s events so far have included workshops from writers Johanna DeBiase and Sean Murphy, and readings from David Pérez, Andres Vargas. Anita Rodríguez, Steve Fox, Lauren Bjorkman, Estelle Laure and Eileen Wiard.
November is Prose Month. To celebrate, the Society of the Muse of the Southwest (SOMOS) is presenting its first celebration of the occasion with nine evenings of prose readings by 20 different writers and three consecutive Saturday workshops on the craft of prose writing and performance.
Jane Lin and Mary Cisper are both New Mexico poets who share an interest in the sciences. Lin is a software engineer who develops web applications for an environmental consulting company. Cisper is a former analytical chemist who conducted research in ion trap mass spectrometry.
The Big Chief Bar looked like a cyclone had hit it, and Max Evans was responsible. That’s why he was in jail in Raton.
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Taos Onstage’s annual dinner theater is on its way to becoming a holiday tradition of its own. This year, the community theater troupe has chosen to adapt “Miracle on 34th Street” for its staged radio-play offering.
Taoseños from diverse cultural and religious backgrounds will gather to light Chanukah candles and reflect on the meaning of peace together again this year.
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Holiday traditions are forged by a coming together of like-minded folk. The annual Lighting of Ledoux is a special gathering of the whole community to celebrate the season.
For more than a quarter of a century, the sacred Tibetan arts of chanting, sand mandala painting, dance and ceremony have been shared across the world as part of the Mystical Arts of Tibet tours by the monks of Drepung Loseling Monastery.
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