arts & entertainment
TCAH presents its first ArtWalk of 2011 with new restaurant specials … Make Your First Blank Book With Daniel Tucker … Sunday at the Palm Presents Steep
A fundraiser for the Red Mountain Pass Area Chapter of the Colorado Mountain Club.
It’s the first-ever combo fundraiser for the nonprofit Sheridan Arts Foundation and the Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis.
Renowned writer and filmmaker Wade Davis presents a photographic exposition that focuses on the shared birthplace of three of British Columbia’s great salmon-bearing rivers as a Dec. 26 Mountainfil...
Heirlooms brings the history of rugs to Telluride’s Main Street. The work of Zapotec weavers is featured especially prominently at Lincoln Wilson’s rug store in Telluride.
The generosity of local artists have made it possible for the Public Art experience to permanently acquire two new sculptures this season.
Telluride Bluegrass Festival Music Director Brian Eyster has just released a partial list of the venerable music festival’s June 2011 lineup.
Two nights, six showings for Nugget Nights, Dec. 15-16.
If the new Ames Conservatory has its way, Telluride will become a hub for the performing arts.
In it’s 12th year the Young People’s Theater takes an unorthodox look at Sleeping Beauty.
Peter Decker has a new book out, a “satiric novel” that reads like recent history.
Meet “the worst kids in the world” at Magic Circle’s Christmas performance.
Jack Rebney's new documentary, Winnebago Man , chronicles Jack Rebney's unknowingly carving a path to stardom during a Winnebago sales video shoot in 1988, where his wildly funny and temperamental ...
Filmmaker Jeff Deutchman’s 11/4/08 will screen simultaneously at theaters around the United States, followed by a live U-Stream Q&A with filmmaker Deutchman; it screens Wednesday, Oct. 20, at 7:30 ...
Ridgway artist Alice Billings celebrates the horses who have brought color and companionship to her world with a mini art exhibition.
Sunday at the Palm presents special Halloween showing of Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.
The Weehawken Company Dancers present a fundraiser, Dancing Through the Decades, Saturday
Celtic fingerstyle guitarist Jerry Barlow gives a free show at the Cortez Public Library Tuesday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m.
As their funding deadline draws near, the Friends of the Wright Opera House have received a matching funds challenge, but donors must pledge before Oct. 31