Jayne Schell is next in my series on the women working at The Harwood Museum of Art.
Disruption is the name of the game these days.
J.Matthew Thomas (or Matt as he’s known to his friends in the community), is The Harwood Museum of Art’s new Collections Manager.
This coming Saturday, September 9th, two of Taos’ finest galleries celebrate the end of summer with a bash!
Yesterday, a new show was installed at the Magpie gallery in the Overland Ranch Complex.
The Harwood Museum of Art may be a centenarian but the new energy sweeping through its venerable hallways and galleries is deserving of our attention.
Elizabeth Burns has a second book out.
The annual Fall Arts Festival in Taos is an event that has always brought our community together in a strong acknowledgement of the central role Art has here in Taos.
As Summer comes to an end and the cool evenings herald Autumn’s return to the Mountains, there’s no better time to celebrate Art in Taos.
Might not be gold.
Summer 2017 in Taos saw a shift in the way the town marketed itself to the outside world.