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The 4th annual Great Women Composers concert celebrates Women's History Month with a program of classical music, all performed and composed by women.The concert, organized by …
By Ariana Kramer
3/11/18 08:11 AM
"I am not free while any woman is unfree, even when her shackles are very different from my own," Audre Lorde, the New York State Poet Laureate, civil rights activist, and …
By Dena Miller
3/8/18 08:19 AM
HEART of Taos will celebrate International Women's Day with a free event: Lunafest. It showcases women's films Thursday (March 8), starting at 7 p.m. at the Taos Community Auditorium, …
By Dawn Franco
3/7/18 08:42 AM
Historically, women have been underrepresented in art on a scale that many, even in the art world, fail to understand.Harwood Museum of Art Executive Director Dr. Richard Tobin …
By T.L. Testerman
2/17/18 09:16 AM
The 'One Billion Rising' event on Valentines Day (Feb. 14) in Taos took place under gloomy skies and under the growing dread from news about yet another school shooting in Florida that claimed the lives of 17 people.
By Rick Romancito |
2/16/18 10:23 AM
For the fifth year, Taos celebrates One Billion Rising, the global movement to end domestic and sexual violence, today (Wednesday, Feb. 14) on Taos Plaza.
By Tempo staff |
2/14/18 08:09 AM
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.”
By Ariana Kramer |
2/9/18 07:39 AM
Some people hear the words “chamber music” and imagine formally dressed Victorians sitting stiffly in stuffy drawing rooms, yawning politely behind their handkerchiefs through a never-changing set list of Baroque compositions.
By Laura Bulkin |
11/11/17 08:08 AM
The “have-nots” can’t escape how unlucky they are. They face desperation every day. The homeless – women, children, families and pets – look into the windows of the “haves” and silently, sadly retreat to cars without heat or food.
By Dena Miller |
10/11/17 08:29 AM
The Cibola National Forest and National Grasslands will host a two-weekend wildland firefighting training in October for career-focused women looking to pursue future employment opportunities with …
Staff report |
9/28/17 02:00 PM