The Taos Community Auditorium at the TCA offers a variety of performing arts, including local theatre and The Met Live in HD, a high-resolution broadcast from the Metropolitan Opera.
High quailty natural fiber yarns in buffalo, alpaca, llama, cashmere and more!
Walking narrative about Taos' history and culture, the arts scene, and historical figures. Meet KIt Carson, Padre Martinez, doyenne Mabel Dodge Luhan, novelist D.H. Lawrence, and Navajo code talkers. Your guide is Taos artist, and storyteller Sam Richardson
The largest collection of work by Navajo artist RC Gorman to be found anywhere. Though RC passed in 2005, there remains a significant group of original oil pastel drawings, original lithographs, bronzes, and giclees paper castings.
Great variety of original Mexican tacos, quesadillas, chiles rellenos jalapenos, fajitas and much more. Mexican and New Mexican flavored food with the best quality in service and food.
At Humble Brands, we are passionate about creating the healthiest body care products using simple, safe and easy to understand ingredients.
Presenting an array of carefully selected art of both historic and contemporary views of the American West. We exhibit fine art for the seasoned connoisseur as well as more accessible artwork for the beginning collector.
A tranquil, sophisticated adobe hotel in leafy surroundings, this upscale inn is less a 12-minute walk through local neighborhoods to the Taos Plaza and a 3-mile drive from the Taos Pueblo.
In 2009, musician Robert Mirabal started creating amulets, sculptures, and flutes. In 2015 he opened a shop and started carrying additional supplies: hides, skins, furs, and moccasin making materials for the Pueblo craftspeople.
Whether painting in her studio in Taos, New Mexico or in selected sites in the world, Charlotte "Charlee" Shroyer paints contemporary images of the human face as well as abstract images. Shroyer has received numerous national and international awards for her figurative oils and monotypes.
Haircuts for men, women and children.
Color, High-lights, Low-Lights, Lash Tints, Facial Waxing, Weddings, Outcalls
Located on Hwy 64 between Taos and Angel Fire and mile markers 268 & 269, owned and operated by Kevin and JoAnne DeKeuster, who create functional and sculptural ceramic pieces that are lead free, dishwasher, microwave, and oven safe.