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David Barsamian, founder of Alternative Radio, will speak in Taos on Tuesday (Oct. 10), 7 p.m., at at the Harwood Museum of Art, 238 Ledoux Street. The presentation is a collaborative event presented by the Harwood and KCIE 90.1 FM Cultural Energy Independent Radio. more
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T.J. Mabrey has two different disciplines, which she refers to as “different parts of my brain.” The first is her stone carving, for which she is primarily known. The other discipline is her work in paper. And it is this latter pursuit that will be on display at the Harwood Museum of Art. more
Environmental writer Ben Goldfarb will spend his October residency at the Aldo & Estella Leopold Cabin putting the final touches on a manuscript about the importance of beavers in restoring ecosystems. more
Taos is uniquely poised as a multicultural hub, one where Native Americans, Hispanos and others of European descent coexist in this remote high desert valley and demonstrate to the rest of the country what it means to be American. more
Brazilian guitarist and composer Edinho Gerber is on a mission with his musical other half, guitarist and composer Rogério Souza, to show America that the “relaxed, laid-back vibe of bossa nova is not all there is to Brazilian music.” more
The Harwood Museum of Art announces it will host the opening for May 2017’s Studio 238 exhibition titled “Zabriskie Point,” featuring the works of Mimi Saltzman. more
The Harwood Museum of Art’s “Bash at The Blake” benefit auction is happening Saturday (June 24). The event will take place in Restaurant 192 at The Blake. This is the first collaboration between the hotel at Taos Ski Valley and the Harwood. more
Dr. Richard Tobin, executive director of the Harwood Museum of Art, has announced that the Daniel W. Dietrich II Foundation has made a gift of a major painting by Agnes Martin. more
Taos Chamber Music Group closes its 24th season with “Transcending Time,” a multimedia program that incorporates the work of light and media artist Ethan Jackson and two young musicians, Eliana Razzino Yang, age 17, on cello and Michelle Cann, 28, on piano. more
This Saturday (April 29), at 7 p.m. at the Harwood Museum of Art’s Arthur Bell Auditorium, 238 Ledoux St., the Re-Rites are giving a rarer-than-an-honest-politician performance in support of — and dedicated to — the faculty and students of Taos Youth Music School. more
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