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Earth-shifting mud flows, raging torrents cutting grand canyons, hoodoos wounded by wicked winds, fiery deserts skinned by glittering icebergs – these elementals are the artists that Dora Dillistone curates. more
A few highly detailed and compelling-to-read articles have been written about what happened to the Granite Mountain Hotshots on June 30, 2013. In fact, one of them, titled “No Exit” by … more
The totally obvious reference to Bill Murray’s “Groundhog Day” is not hard to miss, especially when it’s actually brought up in dialogue for the semi-comedic slasher flick, “Happy Death Day.” more
The real Barry Seal was tall, overweight and, by some accounts, possessed a larger-than-life personality. Actor Tom Cruise works hard to at least capture one of those attributes in Doug Liman’s “based on a true story” film of Seal’s criminal exploits. more
Alex Kurtz and Abby Salsbury are friends and have shared studios over the years. Now, they are collaborating on a special showing of their work. more
The 24th volume of Pecha Kucha reflects the beauty and complexity of this time of year in Taos with an eclectic mix of writers, musicians, sculptors and painters. more
Taos Center for the Arts will be recapturing the magic of pre-digital cinema with a weeklong “35mm Film Bash.” Its “new” vintage 35-millimeter equipment will be showcased with four very different films from bygone eras at the Taos Community Auditorium. more
“The ongoing issue regarding originality plagues printmaking which was, after all, developed in order to create inexpensive multiples,” a press release from the organizers of an annual Taos printmaking show states. more
Beginning in 2010, Mark Goebel became drawn to photographing the exquisite beauty of Christian sanctuaries in New Mexico. For his exhibit at the Taos Inn, he has selected 43 photographs to represent this body of work (which totals three times as much). more
The Taos Center for the Arts and the Society of the Muse of the Southwest are putting together a pair of programs centered on “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead,” a play by Tom Stoppard. more
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