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This year’s self-portrait artists were asked to “create works of art that reflected their personality, life stories and feelings in a media of their choice, but to also choose one color — to play with dark and light, warm and cool, and hue and texture.” more
The Taos Fall Arts Festival Volunteer Board is excited to announce the 2017 Poster Artist, Ed Sandoval. more
Storytelling is used to entertain, heal old wounds, shine a light on challenges in a community and compel us to care about each other. Pecha Kucha, which means "chitchat" in Japanese, is a storytelling format where the teller who … more
A large-scale metal sculpture by the late Taos artist Ted Egri was installed Saturday (April 22) in front of the Taos County Administrative-Judicial Complex at the corner of Paseo del Pueblo Sur and Albright Street. more
Saturday (April 29) marks the opening of the “Twilight of the West” exhibit. In partnership with the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum in Canyon, Texas, the museum is presenting the first major exhibition of Taos Society of Artists member W.H. “Buck” Dunton’s art since 1991. An opening reception is planned that day from 1-3 p.m. The museum is also celebrating the opening of the “Fechin Food Forest” at the same time as the Dunton exhibit opening reception. more
Taos inspires individuals to shoot for their dreams. Whether it’s the light, the space, the community or the fortitude of the mountain, people who are born here or come here tend to “give … more
“Last Evenings on Earth,” an exhibition of Hassett’s work, opened Wednesday (April 5) and continues through April 23 at the Harwood Museum of Art’s new Studio 238 at 238 Ledoux St. A free opening reception is planned Sunday (April 9) from 1-4 p.m. more
A friend said he was among people who admired him, doing a thing he loved to do when the end came. more
After feasting upon Reina’s colored-pencil landscapes of eroding cliffs, pink and purple arroyos, golds and oranges exploding under intense, almost painfully blue skies, all I see now on my drives in and out of town are the same rounded flesh of high desert mesas polka-dotted with piñon and mystery – where adventure beckons. more
Here's a brief rundown of some of the arts events happening in Taos this week. For more, pick up a copy of the print edition of Tempo magazine, inside The Taos News, on sale early Thursday morning (March 9). more
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