arts & entertainment
Children in first through eighth grade are encouraged to audition for two Aug. 15 performances.
Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit and Gala event will be held on Sept. 11.
Artists, musicians, and food vendors will gather in Ridgway’s town park for two days of fun and entertainment.
TELLURIDE – Saturday night marks Public Access Television Awareness Month with a Telluride Community Television (TCTV-12) free fundraiser 6 p.m. concert featuring Papa Grows Funk on the Sunset Stag...
As summer squeaks by, Weehawken is keeping the wee ones busy with programs for all ages.
Cajun Festival Cooks It Up with Papa Mali, Lukas Nelson And then Papa Grows Funk Returns for TCTV Fundraiser
Cajun Fest brings Papa Mali and Lukas Nelson to town; then, it’s Papa Grows Funk for TCTV Fundraiser
The magic of theatre comes alive at the Wright Opera House this Sunday with Stars and Stripes' "The Adventures of Lewis and Clark."
Legendary John Denver tribute singer John Adams will perform a concert at Ouray's Wright Opera House this Friday.
The Ouray County Performing Arts Guild was one of three organizations to receive grant money on the Western Slope from the Colorado Council on the Arts.
Ouray's Patterns From the Past Quilt Show, July 22 – Aug. 25, will feature quilts submitted locally, a visitors' choice award, and a Quilter's Tea. Submissions are due this Monday.
The Friends of the Wright Opera House are giving private tours to raise money to save the historic building.
Alaska singer songwriter Dave Manning is touring Southwestern Colorado in his 1965 VW Microbus.
First Heritage Festival will raise funds to save the historic Colona School, one of Colorado's top ten Most Endangered Places in 2006.
Ouray's Got Talent will raise money for local students while putting local acts in the spotlight. Unlimited, $1 voting will determine the winner.
The ticket price includes a can of food. The Friends of the Wright Opera House are not only raising money for the purchase of a building, they're collecting food for the county Food Bank.
New York artists are drawn to the mountains by great music and a familial audience.
World-class blues, with Grace Potter and the Nocturnals in Mountain Village Friday; then EntropyFunk and Sons of the Addicted in town for the Fourth.
While most bars and restaurants hold open mic nights, the Switchback Tavern is putting down cash for the best singer/songwriters in the region.
A call is out to artists to enter pieces to be included as downtown art by July 24.
Saving the Wright is the right thing to do. Ouray residents are rallying to save the historic opera house.