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It may be the height of the summer season here in Taos but we've nevertheless got reminders that fall is right around the corner. Afternoon clouds routinely build with the sweet … more
Juana Cardenas said she thought it was a loud thunder clap. But, when she looked down the hallway of her mobile home she saw a tree trunk where her bath and bedroom used to be. more
The PASEO 2019, scheduled for Sept. 13-14 in the Taos Historic District, announces an international call for entries for multimedia installation, projection and performance art. The … more
203 Fine Art Gallery owner Eric Andrews said he is on a mission to educate the community and art collectors who visit the area about "a large amount of quality contemporary art and … more
A special art experience awaits visitors this year to the Taos Fall Arts Festival exhibit, opening with a reception Friday (Sept. 21), 5-8 p.m., at the Our Lady of Guadalupe … more
The 2018 Taos Fall Arts Festival is right around the corner and organizers want local artists to know the deadline for entry is fast approaching. more
Taos’ cool fall weather brings with it some of the coolest events for kids of all ages. (Yes, we’re looking at you, too, big-kid adults.)   The PASEO Sept. 14-15 7-11 … more
It isn’t just the scenery, the culture and the galleries of Northern New Mexico that are head-turners. Taos and its environs are home to a number of distinctive fall events. Artes de … more
The studio tour — the Northern New Mexico art mainstay, a large draw during the fall in Taos County. There's something personal and informing, almost romantic, about watching an artist create … more
A leading British philosophical voice and arts writer by the name of John Ruskin is credited with starting the Arts and Crafts Movement in the mid-1860s during the Victorian Era. He believed the … more
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