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Have you ever driven by St. James Episcopal Church on a Thursday, seen all the cars in the parking lot and people going in and out and wondered what was going on? It’s the St. James Food Pantry, … more
Last year, granite sculptor Candyce Garrett, of Taos, was invited to Japan along with artists from Korea and countries in Europe by world-famous sculptor Keizo Ushio to make commemorative monuments for the victims of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. more
On Saturday (April 29), have your family don their favorite bicycling shoes, head over to the gymnasium at Enos Garcia Elementary School and pedal power yourselves a smoothie. Not your thing? Then maybe a Botball. more
Music from Angel Fire officials have announced Loretta LaMothe’s oil painting, “Summer’s Grand Finale" as the winner of the third annual program cover competition. more
Born in Oregon and raised in Taos, Erin “Zeke” Eagleton, 45, is a local kid and a consummate artist. In addition to the pop-up show of clay works he did with Hank Saxe and Jim Wagner last fall, and last month’s show at Taos Cow, the Harwood Museum of Art just purchased one of his graphite on paper pieces which has been tapped by Taos art guru Gus Foster for rotation into the Harwood’s George E. Foster Jr. Gallery, hanging a few frames down from an Agnes Martin. more
What happens when a world-renowned scientist — a specialist in brain research — has to confront the fear that her own brain may be failing? more
An exhibition of works by Japanese artist Izumi Yokoyama, titled "Dreamer on the Mesa," opens today (April 20) at magpie gallery in the Overland Compound at 1405 Paseo del Pueblo Norte in El Prado. A reception where members of the … more
In Dixon, a 12-artist show titled “STEEL” is showing at Studio 207 and will be on view Saturday (April 15) and April 22 from noon to 4 p.m. The show was also on view last weekend. more
Going from T.J. Mabrey’s paper studio and then to her stone studio might be the equivalent of indulging in a Robin Williams wiseacre special and then suddenly finding your sandals treading the … more
PianoTaos will present a program called “Hearing the Collections” Sunday (April 9), 1:30-2:30 p.m., at Taos Art Museum at Fechin House, 227 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. Admission is free. For more information, call (575) 758-2690. more
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