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Attend a free creative development workshop this spring in Questa, Peñasco or Taos

Open to creatives, artists and makers of all disciplines, the Taos Arts Council is pleased to facilitate three Artist INC Express workshops for Taos County residents looking to make their art into a business. To register, follow the links below

Information and registration sign up for March 2-3 in Questa 

Information and registration sign up for April 27-28 in Peñasco

Information and registration sign up for May 18-19 in Taos

Artist INC Express helps artists, of any discipline, develop the building blocks for a thriving and enduring arts practice. Led by a team of experienced, working artists, these ten-hour, hands-on workshops help artists like you address specific needs and challenges that you’ll face throughout your career. Through discussions, activities, and hands-on exercises, your artist-facilitators, and your new network of peer artists, will help you set goals for your practice, write about your work, and build a personal brand. 

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The “Taos is Art” Lamppost Banner Competition
by Town of Taos and Taos Arts Council Spring Edition is now closed!
CALL FOR ENTRIES  January 24, 2024 – February 5, 2024
Thank you to all who submitted artwork.
Our jury will begin judging soon and we will announce the selected artworks once grading is completed.

Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2023 Winter Banner Project! 

The Taos Arts Council works to promote awareness, understanding and appreciation of all of the creative arts, literary, visual, textile, musical, performance etc. and to be an advocate for the artist/artisans and arts organizations in Taos County and Northern New Mexico.

Recent News & Events

Updates & Activities of the Taos Arts Council

“Hommage à Fauré” on Saturday, March 16 and Sunday, March 17, 5:30 p.m. at the Harwood Museum of Art in Taos.

The Taos Chamber Music Group presents a celebratory program honoring those who teach and forge new paths, “Hommage…

Auction of rare folk art from private collections to benefit Museum of International Folk Art.

Santa Fe, NM — Folk art collectors and artists have donated treasures from their private collections for a…

Creative Industries Grant Project Coordinator – Contract Opportunity! Deadline is Dec 29th at 5:00 pm MST.

The Creative Industries Grant Project Coordinator (contractor) will be responsible for direction and coordination of the Creative Industries…

See Our Artist Network

TJ Mabrey
Artist/ Sculptor

Primary medium is marble. Subject: Seeds and Pods. Sculpture installation in paper and mixed media.

Mari Mud Hawkes
Garden Sculptures, Pottery

Mari Mud Pottery invites you to visit her home in Taos, New Mexico for a tour of her ceramic garden sculptures. Mari also has a full suite of functional pottery (dishes, bowls, plates, mugs, garlic pots, etc) for sale along with non functional raku art. Mari's pottery is also for sale at Las Comadres Gallery in the John Dunn Shops, 120 G Bent Street, Taos, NM.

Dionisia Hatzis

Creative Writer A writer all her life, Dionisia is also a devoted yogi, dancer, movement and creativity facilitator,…

Taos Is Art

View our random collection of Taos Arts!

About the Taos Arts Council

What the Arts Council Does

The Taos Arts Council was founded in 2012 with the vision to create a central hub in support of the Arts and Artists Community in Taos, Taos County and Northern New Mexico.

Towards that longstanding goal, the TAC has been actively working towards defining its positioning in relation with the other entities and initiatives currently in Taos — such as the Town of Taos, The Taos Business Consortium, Art Space, Mainstreet, Strong at Heart and similar such government or grassroots organizations.

The stated approach for the Taos Arts Council is to support all constructive dialogue and action between organizations and individuals that is mutually beneficial to all involved.

Activities and Goals Include:

  • Need to Work with Local Government(s)
  • Need for Information Sharing
  • Need for Public Art & Spaces
  • Identifying Cooperative Efforts
  • Coordinated Activities Between Arts Related Organizations
  • Acting as Public Voice for Local Arts Community

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Get Involved! Help the Taos Arts Council Support Art in Northern New Mexico.

“In my use of color I aim to reinforce the sensation of light and dark, to develop the rhythm to and from the eye by placing on the canvas the colors which, by their depressive or stimulating qualities, approach or recede in the rhythmic scheme of the picture.”

— Andrew Dasburg

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