arts & entertainment
Poets and musicians make every word and every note count.
Ridgway’s newest event, Heritage Days and Ranch Rodeo, rides into town next weekend, June 15 and 16.
West African inspired reggae, indie rock darlings, and an obscure guitar legend this week in the Western Slope music world.
Children’s theatre in Montrose, and in Telluride, abstract art and a new museum show.
It’s time to pull out the pastels this week in downtown Montrose with its First Friday Stroll dedicated to all things sidewalk chalk.
Finding hope in the gloomiest circumstance, and taking action against injustice and seemingly impossible odds, is precisely the spirit that has animated Mountainfilm for the first 35 years of its e...
The summer music season officially kicks off with hot shows in Telluride, Ouray and beyond.
Telluride filmmaker Suzan Beraza has a new documentary, 'Uranium Drive-In', premiering at this weekend’s Mountainfilm.
'Running Blind', a film about a blind man’s race to find a cure for a genetic disease, comes to Mountainfilm this weekend.
A patriotic musical in Montrose, nonfiction films in Telluride and Ouray, and Grand Junction animals, all in arts and entertainment this week.
Member of Railroad Earth, Greensky Bluegrass and The Motet come together as The Everyone Orchestra in Gunnison.
A Pinhead Institute fundraiser in Telluride, spring flower walk near Dove Creek, and a documentary on The Shining, all in the arts this week.
Thursday evenings throughout the month of June, Ouray’s Fellin Park will swell with the sound of funk, blues, indie-rock and Americana at the highly anticipated second annual Mountain Air Music Ser...
Back for its 10th year of tantalizing taste buds while supporting children’s’ charities in the region, the Montrose Wine and Food Festival is coming to the Montrose Pavilion on May 10 and 11 for tw...
Spring dance performances from Weehawken Arts, the paintings of Stanton Englehart, and a screening of Quartet, all in the arts this week.
The Wright Opera House recently announced the return of its Summer Music Series, and five new acts will take the stage beginning later this month.
A writing workshop in Ridgway, singer-songwriter David Berkeley in concert, and painting and ceramics in Montrose, all in the arts this week.
Zombies, meet Mother’s Day, at the May 3 First Friday Stroll in Montrose.
Adam Smith’s R&R breaks down who is headlining the 20th Telluride Blues & Brews this year.
Director Ginny Spaven is producing the musical 1776, which she said is a funny, suspenseful, romantic, historic, action-packed and very meaningful story of independence.