arts & entertainment
The third annual Arts Beat, A Progressive and Entertaining Dinner will take place in Ridgway on Friday, May 29.
The Weehawken dance program will present an original adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s classic novels this weekend at the Wright Opera House.
The classic fairy tale is brought to life by the Magic Circle Players beginning Friday, May 15, and running through June 6.
Giant sculptures draw attention to city businesses and developments thanks to their eye-catching designs.
Students will learn the seven principles used to create the illusion of depth in a painting during a Weehawken class held May 22-24.
On Mother’s Day, May 10, the Ouray Elks will present a special program and brunch, open to the public.
Students will find inspiration along with instruction in an upcoming Weehawken Creative Arts camera workshop.
Telluride Film Festival calls for entires for TFF 2009
The 12th annual Mark Fischer Poetry Awards
With a ‘superior’ rating from a tough group of judges, Norwood School’s Concert Band is excited about their performance at Grand Junction High School’s annual band competition.
Telluride Wine Festival adds alternative-rock band Citizen Cope to its four-day lineup.
A fundraiser at The Outlaw restaurant on Monday will include fine food and live music.
More than 20 hot air balloons and dozens of classic cars and trucks will be featured at the sixth annual Balloons ’n’ Varooms event in Ridgway.
Sara Sharpe will lead students through three days of culinary exploration during a class offered by Weehawken Creative Arts.
The Ridgway High School drama class will present the play Pride and Prejudice on May 9 and 10.
Friends of the Wright Opera House organizing spring and summer fundraisers to go toward the purchase of venerable historic building.
The Ouray County Performing Arts Guild is offering an afternoon of music and gourmet food this Mother’s Day.
Ouray engraver Carla Kelly creates whole worlds with ostrich eggs
The first round of TCAH’s 2009 Small Grant and Artist Fellowship Awards benefited seven county artists and nonprofit organizations.
The Montrose Band, a 40-pice ensemble, will perform a concert of music from the movies on Sunday, April 26.