The Taos Society of Artists was founded in 1915 and although it disbanded in 1927, the art and artists associated with it, continue to inform Taos’ reputation as an Art Colony.
Być means “to be” in Polish.
When Rena Rosequist arrived in Taos for the first time, in 1960, she could hardly have imagined that she would wind up running an art gallery here for over five decades.
Taos 1960’s – Present opened yesterday evening at the Vivian Horan Gallery on 67th street in Manhattan.
While I’m in NYC for Taos 1960’s – Present, another Taos painter with equal weight, is getting ready for his opening at Magpie on May 3rd.
On April 28th, the UNM-Taos Digital Media Arts Program will be hosting Taos Film Day.
On Sunday, April 22, all around the world, we’ll celebrate Earth Day.
On April 20 Bill Baron, best known as the cartoonist for the Taos News, will have a solo show of his work with an opening from 5-7 at the Blumenschein Museum.
Who says politicians have no fun?
The Lightning Field by sculptor Walter De Maria is one of the late-20th century’s most intriguing and important works of Land Art.
It’s April and time to Register for UNM-Taos DMA 102 – Digital Arts Foundations + MA 210 – Intro to Film Studies!
Northern New Mexico potter, Luisa Baldinger’s work has been getting a lot of attention lately.