Category Archives: arts and entertainment

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS FOR AN ANTHOLOGY OF CONTEMPORARY US LATIN@PLAYS WRITTEN IN SPANISH

We are inviting previously unpublished contributions for an anthology of Contemporary US Latin@ Plays written in Spanish. This volume seeks to fill the gaps in published resources about US Latin@ plays written and performed in Spanish. US Latin@ theatre in … Continue reading

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Aztec Dancers: Centuries-old tradition alive in Taos

Every July, right at the start of the Fiestas, a group of Aztec dancers perform in front of the St. Francis de Assisi Church in Ranchos de Taos. Story originally published in Raíces, Taos News A symphony of color, music … Continue reading

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Carlos Rael: a santero’s artistic and spiritual journey

The most unexpected roads lead to art and the discovery of one’s true vocation. Originally published in Taos News Carlos Rael had been a paint contractor for most of his adult life when a back injury left him bedridden and unable … Continue reading

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Tracy Olson: the painter mariposa

Originally published in Tempo Painter and jeweler T.D. (Tracy) Olson gets her creative energy from the night sky, the phases of the moon, rusty things and seeds. She is also inspired by her own lungs, which in many of her … Continue reading

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Interview with Jonisha Rios

Jonisha Rios is a graduate of American Musical and Dramatic Academy and the University of Connecticut. She is an award-winning actress and the writer and solo performer of the critically acclaimed one-woman-show Nude in New York. In November of 2007, Lions … Continue reading

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Large murals bring out students’ creativity

For the past four years, Chris and Debi Taylor have been part of the Taos Municipal Schools’ Visiting Artist Program. They have worked with around six hundred students in the creation of six tile mosaic murals. Originally published in Taos … Continue reading

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New Millicent Rogers Museum director shares visions, plans

An interview with Caroline Jean Fernald Originally published in Tempo (Taos News) New Millicent Rogers Museum director shares visions, plans The new executive director of the Millicent Rogers Museum, Caroline Jean Fernald, chose a small, cozy room as her office. The … Continue reading

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