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Taos has a lot of artists hustling to raise a family and to earn a living while creating amazing art. In fact, many pieces of artwork speak to this reality: of what it's like to be … more
"Taos is Art." These powerfully succinct words describe our town as one of the remaining authentic locations in the United States in which to experience and collect art. In celebration … more
It may not be snowing, but the nights are frigid and the ground is frozen. For many homeless people, sleeping outside during winter is a dance with death. The Taos Men’s Shelter provides a lifeline for men who have nowhere else to stay the night. more
Erin Currier’s artwork has been featured in numerous solo shows, and is exhibited and collected internationally. She describes her pieces as “part portraiture, part collage constructed of disinherited consumer ‘waste’ collected in nearly 50 countries, part sociopolitical archive, but wholly humanist.” more
Millicent Rogers, as a Taos resident and philanthropist, had a profound impact on the arts and cultural scenes here. And, likewise, the museum that bears her name holds indisputably important collections representing “the heritage of American Southwest art.” more
There’s a piercing new awareness across our land today regarding women’s voices and their right to an open, credible forum in which for them to be heard. more
The Taos Winter Wine Fest is a four-day Bacchanalian celebration spread across venues in the town of Taos to the alpine vistas of Taos Ski Valley. more
The energy of break dance and freestyle dancing was seen at “Awaken Breaks” Dec. 23, 2017 at FaraHNHeight Fine Art, 301 Paseo del Pueblo Norte in Taos, New Mexico USA. more
A woman’s face tilts slightly upward for a gentle kiss. Her lips and the tip of her nose touch the bridge of a giraffe’s nose. The long-legged creature bears a head that is heart-shaped, its eyes closed with thick eyelashes that mirror those of the woman. more
Known for her minimalist lines, interdisciplinary approach and modern designs, Taos Pueblo jeweler Maria Samora has been named the 2018 Museum of Indian Arts and Culture (MIAC) Living Treasure and Native Treasures Featured Artist, the museum has announced. more
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