arts & entertainment
Real Men photo exhibit in Montrose, stargazing in Telluride, and a critically acclaimed movie in Ouray, all in the arts this week.
Telski Founder Ron Allred joins a list of luminaries including General Norman Schwarzkopf and actor Susan St. James and creates art for auction at the July 19 Ah Haa Art Auction.
With the Drive-By Truckers set to hit the studio in August, co-frontman Patterson Hood said fans have plenty to look forward to in the near future, including a performance in Telluride as part of T...
Docudrama ‘People v. The State of Illusion’ Coming Friday, July 12
The Sixth Annual Telluride Yoga Festival kicks off Thursday, with all-day intensive trainings on Thursday, followed by three days filled with meditation.
The Sheridan Arts Foundation celebrates the Sheridan Opera House’s 100th birthday by throwing a 1920’s-themed shindig and fundraiser for the construction of a new entryway.
“We are looking for dynamic photos that showcase Telluride’s unique July 4th spirit,” says Judy Kohin, executive director of the Ah Haa School for the Arts.
Sons of Fathers makes Texas hip, and Portugal.The Man, reaffirms that Portland rock still is.
Be ready for some playboating: enders in the holes, bracing, rolling, wet exits, spray skirts, foot pegs, creek boats, play boats, downriver boats, and homemade boats.
A Werner Herzog film series at the Wilkinson Library, and the winner of the Mark Fischer Award for poetry is announced, all in the arts this week.
The Story of the 1897 Corbett-Fitzsimmons Fight Poster and Early Motion Pictures” will be the topic of the next Evening of History, Tuesday, June 25, at 7:30 p.m. at the Ouray Community Center.
The Telluride Playwrights Festival welcomes actor and playwright (and the voice of Homer Simpson) Dan Castellaneta, with his wife and writing partner, Deb Lacusta, to this year’s festival, July 23-28.
Adam Smith previews Telluride Bluegrass Festival and goes one-on-one with Leftover Salmon’s Drew Emmitt.
Town Talks in Telluride, a solo piano concert in Montrose and Grand Junction, and a screening of Orchestra of Exiles in Ouray, all in the arts this week.
Dancers will include a drum group from the Ute Mountain Ute Reservation south of Cortez, as well as the Azteca dance group from Montrose. Both groups will be dressed in full colorful regalia, altho...
Don Carlos will in fact make a highly anticipated stop at Fly Me to the Moon Saloon tonight.
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.
Local live theater in Ouray is becoming a reality as the Wright Opera House project evolves, with a much fuller schedule planned this year including visiting troupes and energized local players.
West African inspired reggae, indie rock darlings, and an obscure guitar legend this week in the Western Slope music world.