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Taos poet and teacher Lise Goett conjures up poetry in response to COVID-19. more
Metallics, period attire, sequins, gowns, ruffles and a rich theatrical history were discovered in the upstairs costume loft of the Taos Community Auditorium. That retrograde discovery … more
In celebration of Valentine's Day, V-Day and the power of love, Tempo invited a few women artists in Taos to share some love. more
The excitement of skiers coming down the slopes in a torchlight parade, followed by a spectacular fireworks display. more
It was in retrospect a "scorched earth" policy. After decades of conflict between Diné warriors and white colonists, the United States military decided enough was enough.So, in … more
Watching Emileah Lujan skillfully navigate over the buffalo grass despite the wind, amidst grazing horses, stepping to the beat of a single drum, one feels the legacy this young Taos Pueblo hoop dancer carries - a legacy woven into every position of every hoop. Right now, Lujan is carrying that legacy across the Pacific Ocean, throughout the northern part of Japan as a member of a small touring group. more
In a culture where our media can make anyone into a "reality star," what are the ethics of turning a serial killer into a celebrity?The question is raised in Odenbear Theatre's new … more
Artist Relief, a new coalition of national arts grantmakers came together three weeks ago to protect the country’s artists in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. They have raised $10,000,000—enough to provide 100 artists with $5,000 relief grants each week between now and September. more
The year 2020 is upon us with some pretty epic celestial events unfolding in the next 12 months. Be sure to read the Star Guide’s weekly forecast to keep updated and informed with such dates and times. more
As an indigenous woman, it is hard to feel the storm of COVID-19 moving through my homelands. Before I share my treatise on this experience, however, I want to acknowledge that my words are being published and distributed on the traditional homelands of the Tiwa people. more
This week’s planetary forecast has the sun, Saturn, the moon and Jupiter exhibiting some do-si-do exchanges over the next few nights. The … more
For the final performance of the season, the talented dancers of Ballet Taos will present the full-length ballet "Cinderella." This playful performance is set to the intriguing … more
From drumming to skating to powerful documentaries, there's a lot to take in around Taos this week. Here are some highlights: more
Taos Children’s Theater is living proof that the show must and can still go on. In response to the COVID-19 lockdown, director Karen Thibodeau and assistant directors Victoria Ortiz and Christopher Heron developed a Zoom format for rehearsing their current production of "The Dancing Princesses." They envisioned a video possibility for the final production, and then it all came together. more
During this year’s Aztec dance and music ceremony, women, water and Anne Lujan, of Taos Pueblo, were honored. more
Wearing everything from heels to Crocs to no shoes at all, Taos High School seniors danced the night away at their senior prom on Saturday night (April 27) at Bataan Hall. For many … more
Apologies to Cecilia Cuff for misspelling her name in the article "Art Matters" in last week’s Tempo. We reached out to Cuff to apologize and invited her to share information about Parse Seco with our readers. more
This video from The Taos News offers a glimpse of two cultural events that happen each year in Taos, New Mexico USA. more
In celebration of National Poetry Month each April, the Society of the Muse of the Southwest (SOMOS) begins a four-week series of events with a free two-day marathon reading of Homer's epic … more
In the coffee shop from a campout near the river, Julia Fernandez de Maez, a Las Vegas-certified pole dance instructor and formally trained dancer, removed a poster on display with … more
Almost everybody who has ever attended the Fourth of July Parade in Arroyo Seco says they love it because it's just so "funky." Now, funky can mean a lot of things, but in this … more
“The United States was founded on the murder, dislocation and genocide of the indigenous people of this land. These violent colonizers then became internationally wealthy on the abduction, enslavement, lynching and torture of African people. For the last 400 years, the U.S. has continued to imprison, oppress, abuse and murder black and brown people daily. more
If we've never heard of American sociologist, economist and workers-rights advocate Frances Perkins, then our educational system has let us down so badly. more
Local writer and philosopher Barbara Scott plans to invoke the ancient wisdom of Aristotle in a public lecture titled "The Metaphysics of Place: A Mystical Human Rights Practice." … more
Cynthia Freeman-Valerio, who had to postpone her much-loved Night of 1,000 Stars event due to COVID-19, shared this wonderful free online event with Tempo – a musical special to support front-line health care workers and the World Health Organization. more
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