arts & entertainment
Telluride Film Festival and Wilkinson Public Library’s Cinematheque Monday, Nov. 16 , presents Stanley Kubrick’s The Killing and Joseph H. Lewis’s Gun Crazy – and free food!
The Telluride Chorale Society teams up with the San Juan Symphony and the Durango Choral Society for a one-night performance of Brahms and Mahler at the Palm
Three-Piece Aluminum Window-Screen Garments Take Top Honors
Telluride Film Festival brings Free Films and Pumpkins to the Palm Sunday. Free and open to the public.
Upcoming music for the four corners and beyond.
Ah Haa School Annual Youth Art Awards Submissions due Monday, Oct. 26
Upcoming music happenings locally and beyond.
Legendary illustrator Bernie Fuchs, represented by Telluride Gallery of Fine Art, dies at 76. His painting of Telluride’s Main St. Graced 2008 Eddie Bauer Winter Catalog.
Shakespeare’s All’s Well That Ends Well will be the next live screening shown at the Michael D. Palm Theater.
Fusing the sounds of ska, pop, soul, reggae, and punk, the U.K.’s The Beat is sure to be a crowd pleaser in Telluride next week.
Twelve quilters in Ouray County have made a masterpiece from the collection of long-ago quilter Hazel Duckett Weston, and the resulting Magic Vine quilt will be raffled off at the Ouray County Hist...
At the Sheridan Opera House Tuesday, Oct. 6
Telluride Film festival partnerships with local organizations are bringing great free films to the community. Cinematheque and Sunday at the Palm begin next week.
School Board Approves Palm to Serve Alcohol at Three Events in 2009
Delta-Montrose organization, One Community, hosts Global Gala fundraiser celebrating the area’s multicultural heritage and diversity – with the Tito Del Barrio Malaga band.
As of Sept. 12, the Friends of the Wright Opera House have collected $199,300.49 in funding to go toward its purchase.
San Juan Symphony Season begins with Monday, Sept. 21 Family Concert