Taos and Taos Arts in the News 7/9/2013

Check these posts: Court upholds convictions in 2003 Taos murder « Artesia News on Jul 8, 2013 at taos arts – Google Blog Search:

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) ? The state Supreme Court has upheld the murder conviction of a Taos man who was re-tried after the court overturned his initial conviction for the shooting death of a teenager. In the latest appeal by Orlando Torrez, the 

Anatomy of an art colony | Art Business News on Jul 8, 2013 at taos arts – Google Blog Search:

?Artists inspire artists,? says Deborah McLean, a silversmith and director of the Taos Center for the Arts. ?Artists also teach other artists. There’s a real synergy around people of like minds to explore and develop.? These colonies are havens 

Around Town: OHC seeks nominations | The Journal Record on Jul 8, 2013 at taos arts – Google Blog Search:

Oklahoma State University President Burns Hargis and his wife, Ann Hargis, are issuing invitations to a dedication celebration and memorial ceremony at the Doel Reed Center for the Arts, near Taos, N.M. Reed was an internationally 

Living in Munchkinland: Taos Summer 2013 Day 1 on Jul 8, 2013 at taos arts – Google Blog Search:

Taos Summer 2013 Day 1. We just got home from an amazing summer vacation. It was so fun and we did so much that I feel like I’ll never get it all written out. I think I will break it into bite sized bits. On Thursday afternoon, I had the luggage 

‘Round Santa Fe: Tumbleweed, etc. | Thinkvisual’s Blog on Jul 8, 2013 at taos arts – Google Blog Search:

I have been north to Abiquiu and Ghost Ranch, but not to Taos. So not only did we get great beans, fried bread and cinnamon buns, cooked by Bernadette herself, but we saw recognized artists in their community, and the world as well.

Living in Munchkinland: Taos Summer 2013 Day 2 on Jul 9, 2013 at taos arts – Google Blog Search:

We drove all morning with only a bathroom break and rolled into Taos by 12:45PM. We stopped at Gutiz, one of our very favorite restaurants in Taos for lunch. We sat outside and had a wonderful lunch. We went on to the house and unpacked 

lindsay lou’s happenings: Pit Fire at Taos on Jul 9, 2013 at taos arts – Google Blog Search:

Pit Fire at Taos. We met back up with Pollen (Dawning Pollen Shorty) today to complete the pit firing of our micaceous clay creations. It was lovely to see three generations of women artists (her, her mother Bernadette, and her grandmother 

Court upholds NM man’s murder conviction – KRQE-TV.com on Jul 8, 2013 at taos nm – Google Blog Search:

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – The New Mexico Supreme Court has upheld the murder conviction of a Taos man who was retried after the court overturned his initial conviction. Orlando Torrez was sentenced to life in prison for the death of 

AmericanStudies: July 9, 2013: Southwest Stories: Taos on Jul 9, 2013 at taos nm – Google Blog Search:

On three telling American histories connected to one small New Mexico town. Thanks in no small measure to the scholarly work of AmericanStudies legend Lois Rudnick, for most AmericanStudiers Taos means first and foremost Mabel Dodge Luhan, and the experimental artistic and social community she helped organize, supported, and in many ways led there. That Taos Art Colony would come to include such luminaries as Georgia O’Keeffe, Ansel Adams and Mary Hunter Austin 

My top southwest USA scenic drives | On the Luce on Jul 9, 2013 at taos nm – Google Blog Search:

Follow this road (which briefly turns into Highway 75 after Chamisal) then turn left onto Highway 518 and follow that all the way into Taos. The High Road to Taos from santa Fe, New Mexico. View across forest and snow-capped mountains on 

let birds fly: WHERE WE STAYED | TAOS, NM on Jul 9, 2013 at taos nm – Google Blog Search:

WHERE WE STAYED | TAOS, NM. While in Taos, we stayed in a cute little efficiency adobe house in the country. It was actually outside of Taos, in a small town called Arroyo Seco. We found this awesome little place on AirBnB (view the 


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