In 2012 the Town of Taos approved and launched a P.R./Marketing campaign called The Remarkable Women of Taos.
Larry Bell is a Rock Star.
This Friday, June 1st, a show of Tom Rogers’ work opens at the Harwood.
The Harwood Museum show, Work by Women, would not be complete without the inclusion of one Taosena in particular.
I don’t recall how or where I first met Erin Currier, but I’ve been looking at her work since her first show in Taos at the old South Side Bean.
Zoe Zimmerman was born on May 24 1965 in NYC.
As a child growing up in Arizona, Jolene Yazzie says she always liked to do “boy stuff.”
Work By Women, opens at the Harwood Museum of Art, on February 10th, and could not be more timely.
Tomorrow, December 2nd, is the annual Lighting of Ledoux.
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.
In August of 1998, the Associated Press reported a bizarre story about the discovery of an artist’s urn at a recycling center in Taos.