arts & entertainment
While most bars and restaurants hold open mic nights, the Switchback Tavern is putting down cash for the best singer/songwriters in the region.
A call is out to artists to enter pieces to be included as downtown art by July 24.
Saving the Wright is the right thing to do. Ouray residents are rallying to save the historic opera house.
Not just for quilters, the 14th Annual Black Canyon Quilt Show provides teaching demonstrations, stories behind historic quilts, and a viewer's choice award.
After falling in love with the Southwest, photographer Jim Pettengill made a point of making his home there. His work is featured at the Ridgway Library starting July 11.
Renowned photographer Kathleen Norris Cook is hailed as a patient and personal instructor.
English National Theatre is coming to cinema screens around the world, including Telluride’s Palm Theatre.
Check out the Junk of the Unc at this weekend’s Ridgway River Festival. There’ll be watershed education, live music, river activities and more from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Montrose’s Fourth of July Summerfest! is returning with a Hot Stuff Salsa Contest
Music, gospel service and barbecue will highlight Ridgway’s 23rd Sunday in the Park
Learn the art of Ikebana, Japanese flower arranging, at a one-day workshop in Ouray.
Digital photographers can refine their skills at a Weehawken Arts workshop taught by Steve Traudt this Saturday in Ouray.
The 2nd annual Ridgway River Festival offers free music all day, featuring Bruce Hayes, Fall Baby and Mountain Mystics.
The Ouray Performing Arts Guild is bringing Durango’s Jeff Solon Trio to town for a free concert in the park this Father’s Day.
What Telluride Bluegrass music guru Brian Eyster is listening to – right now.
Enjoy a free evening of Jazz this Sunday in Ouray
Silverton will host hot bands this weekend at its third annual Jamboree
Two students from Ridgway, one from Ouray, and one from Montrose have been awarded scholarships to further their performing arts education from Ouray County Performing Arts Guild.
Classes will be taught by Marsha West, the “Zahra of the San Juans.”
Ridgway artist Alice Billings uses her passion for painting to get through life’s tribulations. Her work will be featured at the Ridgway Library beginning June 13.