arts & entertainment
Telluride Bluegrass Festival adds David Byrne, Conor Oberst, Jenny Lewis, Gaelic Storm, Crooked Still and African kora player Toumani Diabate to 2009 lineup
An art exhibit featuring the work of children ages 3-8 will open at the Ridgway Public Library on Feb. 14.
Playing this weekend.
Threatened with a 50 percent budget cut, Colorado Council on the Arts solicits public feedback regarding which community art programs are essential for the overall State of Colorado economy.
Are there any bands that fit into one music genre these days? The Telluride music scene rocks, funks, bumps, and grooves out of January and into February.
Is there anything more celebratory than a majestic plateau de fruits de mer?
Renowned documentary filmmaker Ken Burns will premier his latest film, The National Parks, America’s Best Idea, at this year’s Telluride Mountainfilm festival.
The Telluride Film Festival presents two free shows over the weekend, presented by film critic Howie Movshovitz, followed by a screening of Australia on Thursday.
Telluride’s First Thursday Art Walk kicks off 2009 season with artist receptions, all just a stroll away.
It was a rocking year on the Telluride festival circuit. When we weren’t dancing in the park, we were in the clubs and other venues enjoying the best sounds around.
World-famous Chinese Golden Dragon Acrobats come to Telluride’s Michael Palm Theatre this weekend
Two of sculptor Carl Michael Short’s pieces are now on display in Montrose.
The annual WinterSing concerts rings in the holidays with performances in Christ Church.
A family-oriented selection of Mountainfilm films will be shown at the Palm Theatre on Dec. 26.
Telluride Mountain School presents “Starry Messenger,” for free, tonight.
The Keller Williams show at the Telluride Conference Center is this Friday; Moon boasts full lineup of bands.
The show will go on. Guitarist Williams will perform despite cancellation of 48 Straight event.
Raoul Anchondo will teach two drawing classes in December through Weehawken Creative Arts.