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From their home base of Colorado’s Front Range, The Sweet Lillies spend roughly half their time on the road touring in the Northwest, Southeast, West Coast and Southwest. They are expanding their schedule to include the Northeast and Midwest parts of the country as well. more
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
Taos Plaza Live gets started with the Jimmy Stadler Band today (May 25), from 6-8 p.m. The band is a perennial Taos favorite playing a mix of upbeat, danceable tunes. more
Leaving a cushy career of 10 years to feed your starving artist's soul is exactly what Eunika Rogers did. She parlayed her degrees from the University of Memphis and Delta State, Mississippi into a professorship teaching graphic and web design at … more
Michael Batdorf writes songs influenced by a strong sense of place. A solo artist, Batdorf also plays with One Ton Pig, which has been the house band of The Silver Dollar in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, for the past 10 years. When he isn't playing music, … more
A masquerade ball fundraiser for a new campus for the Taos Integrated School of the Arts is Saturday (May 20), 7-10 p.m., at the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership, 20 ABC Mesa Road, off U.S. 64 west. 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
Lilac blossoms announce the coming of summer in Taos. Walk down any one of the narrow streets, particularly in the town’s historic district, and you will become intoxicated by the scent of lilac blossoms. Almost as much as hollyhocks, lilacs have become the floral symbol of the paradise of spring and summer in Taos. more
In 2007, the Dixon Community Players debuted theatrically with “The Spitfire Grill,” a 2001 musical written by James Valcq and Fred Alley. This week, the group is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a revival of “the show that started it all.” more
Artist David Leffel has been painting and teaching here in Taos since 1992. To commemorate his work, the Taos Center for the Arts will present a film, “David A. Leffel: An American Master,” at 7 p.m. Thursday (May 18) at the Taos Community Auditorium, 145 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. more
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