Taos Art Supply, is in a 220-year-old building nestled between Ledoux Street and Ranchitos Road. Offering everything artists need to create their next masterpiece!
Patience Heyl offers instruction in Oil, Watercolor, and Figure study. Awarded Taos Fall Festival Best of Show for 2016 and 2017. On going workshops at The Fine Art Atelier.
Former home of arts patron and author Mabel Dodge Luhan, her house is a mecca for the creative soul, and throughout the year workshops and retreats are scheduled for writers from all walks of life – from beginner to professional.
Hyperslow Retreat Center is located at the historic San Geronimo Lodge in Taos. Our mission is to offer this one-of-a-kind property to those who lead mindful events, retreats and trainings. We believe in community.
These literary evenings invite writers to read from their recent work, pairing up-and-coming writers with nationally and internationally recognized authors. The eight-week programs take place January/February and July/August of every year.
Committed to providing a luxurious, healthy environment for relaxation, revitalization, and healing. Guests can enjoy the resort’s two hydrotherapy tubs, saltwater pool or many spa service choices. Perfect venue for weddings and gatherings of all sizes, indoor or outdoor.
This workshop is for professional artists, beginning artists and creative souls. Gwen’s Watercolor, Fine Art Collage and Mixed Media Workshops brim with life, color and camaraderie.
Opened 2014. Representing over forty Taos artists in nearly every medium and price range; jewelry, pottery, functional art, fine art, folk art and more. Also offering corporate and private curating, Art acquisition, staging, design and hanging services.
The Helene Wurlitzer Foundation is one of the oldest artist residence programs in the country. The Foundation keeps a low-profile and serves as a haven for painters, poets, sculptors, writers, playwrights, composers, photographers and film.
Private photo instruction and full-day/multiple-day photo tours with veteran local photographer and experienced workshop leader Michael DeYoung, an award-winning Adventure Travel & lifestyle photographer with decades of commercial success.
Small group and individual classes and retreats for personal and professional development.
A block from Taos Plaza and steps to the Kit Carson Home & Museum, this locally owned B&B in several adobe buildings is 2.8 miles from Taos Pueblo.
Rooms come with details that can include Spanish Colonial furniture, Native American art & crafts.