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Friday's (June 19) Juneteenth Block Party brought dozens of Taoseños to Revolt Gallery in Taos. The celebration included live music, poetry, dance and art by local Black creatives. All … more
Class of 2020: Taos High School Photo Gallery more
Class of 2020: Moreno Valley Photo Gallery more
Taos' new normal is happening apace - small retail shops opening here and there - but all with new precautionary measures. Two Graces Gallery, for instance, opened quietly Tuesday (May 26) and plans a more official open-door policy June 1 - assuming Gov. Lujan Grisham doesn't change plans. more
6 ways to spruce up a small space with Max Jones more
Tom Dixon is one of Taos’ best kept secrets, but not for much longer. An incredibly disciplined painter, totally committed to his process as an artist. After studying at the Art Institute in Chicago he came here and began to work. He has lived and worked in the same place now for three decades, and when Larry Bell was asked to recommend artists whose studios we should visit and cover for this year’s edition of the Gallery Guide, Tom Dixon was at the top of his list. more
Larry Bell is a renowned contemporary American artist, best known for his glass cubes and large-scale sculpture. Born in Chicago in 1959 he mostly grew up in Los Angeles, where he studied at the Chouinard Art Institute (now part of CalArts), with the intention of becoming a Disney animator. It was at Chouinard where Bell was introduced to abstract art. more
There are dozens of art galleries in Taos, but women-owned galleries are still rare. Maye Torres and Georgia Gersh are two women who grew up in Taos art circles, one the daughter of a gallery owner and the other the daughter of a famous artist. Both are artists themselves, and both now have galleries that have become essential resources for the Taos arts community. more
Your comprehensive guide to the gallery scene in Taos and surrounding area. In this year’s guide we go into the studio with renowned contemporary artist, Larry Bell. Best known for his glass cubes and large-scale sculptures, Bell has been an iconic figure in the Taos art world since the 1970s. Plus, we go behind the scenes with five museum directors to learn how they honor the legacy of Taos’ artistic traditions. Inside you’ll discover 60 unique galleries, maps and more.   Find your copy in this week’s edition! more
Thank You to Our Taos Community for Being Responsible During This Trying Time! While the brick-and-mortar store is temporarily closed in accordance with COVID-19 response guidelines, Bryans … more
Since Georgia Gersh opened Magpie, her gallery at the Sheepskin Compound, in April 2014, it has quickly become an important landmark and a haven for the Taos arts community. more
Some call it street art. Others dignify it with “aerosol art.” Conservative types view it as the mischief of anarchists. But no one who visits Vagrant Heart Gallery is likely to forget it. more
Tempo asked leaders from the Taos Arts Council, the Taos Center for the Arts, the Society of the Muse of the Southwest and the Taos Gallery Association to give us a snapshot of what they accomplished last year and what's on the docket for the new year. more
The event that seemed to draw incendiary public reaction in 2019 was "Enchilada Western: A Living Museum of Fetishized Identities" by performance art troupe La Pocha Nostra. more
Last May, multi-instrumentalists Chipper Thompson and Roger Landes broke their hiatus of more than a decade to play their wildly original bouzouki tunes in Alamosa, Colorado, and Santa Fe. Now, Thompson and Landes are revitalizing the Taos sound waves with their impressive collection inspired by Mediterranean, Balkan, Mexican and Southern U.S. tunes, as well as their gifted imaginations. more
If you've been in Taos over the past few years, you know this is the season for Taos Folk. What is it? Let's just say, it's one of those things that is best experienced rather than explained. more
Artists ranging in age from teens through 30-somethings will be featured in the Taos Center for the Arts' "40 Under 40" show. The exhibit is set to open with a reception Thursday (Nov. 21), 4-6 p.m., in the Encore Gallery of the Taos Community Auditorium, 145 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. more
For one full day, former Vice President Al Gore and members of Climate Reality's network of more than 20,000 Climate Reality leaders from 154 countries will participate in "The Climate Reality Project for 24 Hours of Reality: Truth in Action," a global conversation about the climate crisis and its solutions in communities around the world. Among those communities is Taos, where students from Vista Grande High School will dance to music and create spoken word pieces with local Climate Reality leader Jean E. Stevens. The event is planned to start at 1 p.m. Thursday (Nov. 21) at Vagrant Heart gallery, 216 Paseo del Canon East. more
Skiers and snowboarders were treated to a crisp, bluebird day at Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort Sunday (Nov. 10), as they took to the slopes at the only ski resort presently open in New Mexico. more
It's a hot news day in Taos creative circles when four of our most dynamic thespian women join forces to start their own theater company. more
They are three points of view, but their combination doesn't make a triangle. Instead, like a prism, the images created by Jeremy G. Landau, Jim Cox and Michael Gorman scatter outward into the world, painting a vision of Taos unlike any other. more
L. Ross Parker has spent a good deal of his artistic life finding ways to imagine rock god Jimi Hendrix in various spiritual and spatial dimensions, and in his latest exhibition with local artist Dan Enger he taps into the rising spirits of el Día de los Muertos. more
Artist Victoria Ryan may have started out in California, but her creative heart seems to have settled in New Mexico. To prove the point, her exhibition that opens this week in Taos is titled, 'Being Here." more
No excuses. That's what Anaïs Rumfelt said when she turned age 40 three years ago and challenged herself to create a piece of art every day for 30 days. more
Michael McCormick is scared. Illness and slow sales are killing his bottom line at Michael McCormick & Sons Gallery, located a few doors north of Taos Plaza.He has fallen … more
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