arts & entertainment
Weehawken Arts opened its All Fired Up Clay Center in March of last year. Now it is opening again.
Two legendary guest directors, a major studio sneak and a closing night treat.
An art exhibit at the Ridgway Library, and a woman, her dog and her violin head west, all in the arts this week.
Art From Page to Stage
The Moving Target Theater Company of Kansas City presents the comedy, Art, at the Wright Opera House on Friday Oct. 11-Saturday, Oct. 12.
The Wilkinson Public Library announced this week a string of new fitness programs and a film series. Here’s what’s happening at the library starting in October.
A literary festival in Grand Junction and a screenwriting class in Telluride, all in the arts this week.
Other than a stop at the self-described synesthesia of arts and music known as Symbiosis Festival in Oakdale, Calif., electronic music producer Gaudi’s rare appearance in Durango on Friday is one o...
The project, entitled “Aldo & Leonardo,” was inspired by the vision of Leonardo da Vinci and the wisdom of wilderness advocate Aldo Leopold.
Western Colorado poet Wendy Videlock kicks off the new Open Bard Poetry Series with a reading at the Sherbino Theater on Thursday, Oct. 3.
This award-winning western music group, described by one critic as a “harmonizing honeypot of sound,” puts on a polished yet rufian show that combines traditional western classics with Diamond W Wr...
Diamond W Wranglers in Montrose and Ouray, Mt. Sneffels Fiber Festival in Ridgway, and spotting Comet ISON, all in the arts this week.
Twenty-five bands, 46 sets, seven venues, five days and 20 years in the making describe this year’s Telluride Blues & Brews Festival.
Join veteran rock ‘n’ roll photographer Barry Brecheisen at the Ah Haa school-inspired Photography Workshop
Rev. Gean West fronts The Relatives with his deep soul gospel lyrics. The band plays the Main Stage at Telluride Blues and Brews on Sunday at 11 a.m.
Seamus Heaney RIP, local poets read in Ridgway, and the 4th Annual Montrose Musicians’ Day, all in the arts this week.
An interview with Robert Boswell, a longtime part-time Telluride resident whose twelfth book, Tumbledown, has just been released.
Rain Doesn’t Stop the 17th KOTO Doo-Dah – Thievery Corporation, Pimps of Joytime, The Jauntee.
For its 40th anniversary the festival this year is a day longer, co-director Julie Huntsinger said this week, to honor the three founders, Luddy, and the Pences, who will be attending the festival ...
The Labor Day weekend celebration goes back well over 100 years in Ouray, and more than ever this year, the point seems to be to preserve the best of the past and not monkey with it.