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The thing you find out right away is that Lama is not a collection of buildings, pathways, encampments and hidden shrines in the forest. It’s not even the people who call themselves “Lama Beans.” It’s something ephemeral. It’s intangible. more
Even if you’ve lived in Taos County all your life, there’s something for everyone in the art and culture tours offered by Turquoise Tours, now located at 137 North Plaza Drive on Taos Plaza. more
Taoseños will have an opportunity to see selections from this collection in a show titled “Patron and Painter: Alyce Frank Collects Taos,” an exhibit of 30 paintings selected from Frank’s collection of art by her friends and colleagues. more
“What we can do now with technology, Ansel Adams had to do by hand in the darkroom – and every print of that photograph had to be individually dodged and burned. We can do that work once, and it will appear in every print" — Jack Leustig more
Artist recipients include Gustavo Victor Goler, a master santero and conservator of Taos; William deBuys, an El Valle author of nine books, eight about the Southwest; Ken Keppeler and Jeanie McLerie, folk musicians of Silver City who are better known as Bayou Seco; and William Wilson, a Diné photographer who is an artist in residence at the School for Advanced Research in Santa Fe. more
‘When there’s nothing whatsoever on the stage but one set piece — a bench — the actors can’t rely on props. They have to act.” That’s how Odenbear … more
The community of Taos is invited to the grand opening of a historic interpretive exhibition, “Joseph Henry Sharp Studio: The Life and Work of an American Legend" ... more
The word "flamenco" applies to the song, the dance and the guitar that make up this beautiful art form. Although many of the details of the development of flamenco are lost in history, it is certain that it originated in … more
Fine art photographer Meredith Garcia and painter Tera Muskrat have collaborated on a norteño-themed show as part of the “TCA Exhibits” series at the Taos Inn, 125 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. more
“When I went to college it was in the early ‘90s – and everyone was teaching abstract expressionism,” she said about her Bachelor of Fine Art painting degree from Michigan State University in 1993. “So to be a ‘serious’ artist I had to be an abstract artist.” more
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