International Youth Artist collective from Taos Pueblo


Aspen Song Kids

Taos Pueblo Youth international Artists with their parents

About Us

We are the Aspen Song Kids from Taos Pueblo, a beautiful place in Northern New Mexico.

Our mission is to preserve our culture, our heritage, our tradition, and our language. We do that through our art.

We give our thanks to our elders and our ancestors.

Our grandparents and great-grandparents were artists. 

If it were not for their hard work, we would not be here today. We carry on their legacy.

We give thanks to the artists who came before.

We get our name, Aspen Song Kids, from our great-great grandfather whose name was Aspen Song.

We didn’t know him in person as he had passed away before we were born, yet, we honor him with our name. 

Everyday, after school and on the weekends, we walk from the day school to the Pueblo village where we practice our art and practice speaking Tiwa, our native language.

We love learning from the elders about the old ways so we may carry on the knowledge to our children and grandchildren in the years to come.

We are proud to share our art and to honor Taos Pueblo.

— Aspen Song Kids


Friday August 4th – Revolt Gallery 4-9 pm

YG HOOTIE & Joey Cool Live in Taos

Purchase tickets here


Extended dates: Multicultural Art exhibit at TCA’s stables art gallery

June 1-3 and June 16-18, 2023

join us June 17 at stables art gallery for a Juneteenth Potluck / art exhibit.

June 18th – Father’s day silent auction

Ancient Spirit Sacred Earth Show opening

OmniHum — Ancient Spirit Sacred Earth Show opening Saturday, April 29 – June 23rd 2023

Curated by Robin and Juan Salazar. Featuring the works of pueblo artists like the Aspen Song Kids

Visit our installation at Omnihum Gallery at Ledoux Street

Multicultural Art exhibit at stables art gallery .June 10th – june18th join us June 17 at stables art gallery for a Juneteenth Potluck / art exhibit.