This conversation is about Taos, New Mexico. Taos the art colony, active since 1898. Taos the rural, multi-cultural community located in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains just south of the Colorado border. This blog tells stories about the place called Taos, its neighboring villages and its creative residents, many of whom are known well beyond the area. To keep up on the conversation, subscribe today.
An illustrated introduction to Judy Chicago, the feminist artist whose Birth Project is on exhibit at the Harwood Museum of Art in Taos this summer. Read more >>
Meet five young Native American painters exploring abstraction on canvas (and paper). They are part of the contemporary native art scene in New Mexico today. Gallerist Gregory Farah makes the introductions. Read more >>
This spring, four Taos artists are making and showing their work on a global stage: Agnes Chavez, Larry Bell, Matt Thomas and Hank Saxe Read more >>
Meet Perry Penick and Mary Hanrahan, new caretakers of BeyondTaos Art Calendar – and editors of a new community-wide calendar of music, health and wellness, workshops and festivals all around northern New Mexico. Read more >>