Next week, taoStyle will be four years old!
Last week, Robert Mirabal was one of a few artists chosen to perform at “The Way of the Rain-Voices of Hope”, an event attended by Robert Redford and Al Gore at Carnegie Hall in NYC
November is taoStyle’s Birthday Month and Robby Romero was there when it began.
Robby Romero has been MIA on taoStyle for over a year.
Dawn Mirabal’s Taos Mountain Gallery inside the El Monte Sagrado is a treasure trove of art, objects d’art, jewelry, textiles and so much more.
Taos Pueblo’s own Patricia Michael’s of Project Runway fame, is in NYC this week for Fashion Week.
Over two decades ago, Robby Romero created several public service announcements for MTV’s Free Your Mind Campaign. These video clips helped to dispel long-held misconceptions about Native Peoples in Popular Culture.
“I grew up pretty hard core,” says Robert, when asked about his early years at Taos Pueblo, “I never expected to do what I have done.”
Robert Mirabal’s annual Christmas Concert at the TCA is a Taos tradition. For over a decade, Robert has gifted home grown fans and friends with an evening of story telling, music and dance.
When I contacted Robert earlier this week regarding this profile piece on him, I asked if he had anything specific he’d like me to mention. He emailed me back right away. His text was short and to the point.
It’s not often that two immensely talented and well known artists of these men’s stature join forces to create what is known in Rock and Roll parlance as a Super Group, especially if they hail from Indian Country. Although they had performed together once, live on Channel 7 News N.M. in 1990 and both Industry…
“When the opportunity presented itself, I suggested that the Town of Taos change the name of Kit Carson Park to Red Willow Park to honor the people of the Red Willow. I made the suggestion to kindle a conversation about one-sided perspectives that are more often than not, “his – story” not history…and I’m certain…