By Janet Webb | April 10, 2014 Over the last three weeks, we’ve been sharing clips from a video that Webb Design produced back in 2009 entitled, “Why Taos?” Twenty hours of footage featuring interviews with 40 Taoseños was edited down into 45 minutes. Four three-minute videos were produced from the 45-minute version that distill […] MORE →
By Janet Webb | April 4, 2014 Over the last two weeks I’ve been sharing clips from a 45-minute video that Ollie Bell shot for Webb Design back in 2009 in which my friend Judy Kendall and I posed the question to 40 Taoseños: Why Taos? Ollie edited the footage down to four three-minute clips […] MORE →
by Janet Webb | March 31, 2014 To cooperate in this promotion of all things poetic, SOMOS is hosting twelve evenings of poetry readings by Taos poets – along with a few regional poets. This series has been curated by Taos poet and co-editor of Taos Journal of International Poetry & Art, Veronica Golos. “Taos […] MORE →
By Janet Webb | March 28, 2014 Last week, I shared a video clip from a 45-minute video Webb Design created from interviews with 40 Taos residents. Ollie Bell was videographer and editor. My friend Judy Kendall helped me in the role of interviewer. Here is the second of four edits that isolate certain themes. […] MORE →
By Nina Anthony, Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 Last Friday, Webb Design Inc. was recognized by Albuquerque Business First as one of the Top 5 revenue-generating web design firms in New Mexico. That’s a significant milestone from the “low-tech graphic design company with three employees” that Janet Webb described starting back in 1982. In light of […] MORE →
By Janet Webb | March 23, 2014 Over the centuries, Native Americans, Spanish Colonists, and European and American settlers have put down roots in Taos and left their enduring mark on Taos’ history and culture. Today, those of us who are fortunate to call Taos home — either by birth or by choice — embrace […] MORE →
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