Director MARK GORDON

Documentary Feature | USA | 83 m

Narrated by Ali McGraw

AWAKENING IN TAOS Mabel Dodge Luhan, a powerful example of the early Modern sensibility, arrived in Taos in 1917. Following on the heels of publicity generated by the Taos Society of Artists, Dodge became the next great advocate for the unique culture of Taos. New York’s Modern Art critic, Henry McBride, credits Dodge with bringing Taos to the East-Coast Modernists’ attention. Dodge also wrote the first book on the Taos artists, titled Taos and Its Artists (1947).

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Producers MICHAEL KAMINS, KATHLEEN PETERS, TOM MCCARTHY, PAT HALL

Cast BLUE SPRUCE STANDING DEER } Tony Lujan’s Great -Grandson, Rena Rosequist: Gallerist, Mission Gallery, Taos, Gerald Peters: Gallerist, Santa Fe, Elmo Baca: Author: Mabel’s Santa Fe and Taos, Donna Pettine: Mabel Dodge Luhan’s Friend, Nat Owings: Gallerist, Santa Fe, Senator Fred Harris: Return of Blue Lake,  Bobbie Kilberg: Nixon White House Fellow, Barbara Waters, Art Bachrach: D.H. Lawrence in Taos, Aaron Payne: Santa Fe Art Dealer, MaLin Wilson-Powell: Art Historian

In attendance Filmmakers Q & A Session following screening.

Wednesday, November 16, 2016
6:00pm to 8:00pm

Time/Location/Admission: https://rednationff.com/day-6/

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