Telluride Arts: Art + Architecture 2017, Starts 7/12

Produced by Telluride Arts, Art + Architecture Weekend, Saturday and Sunday, July 15 and July 16, is an immersive showcase of Telluride talent and a great opportunity to enjoy design, art, food, and drink over the course of two days. Participants get a glimpse into the wide range local creativity in a relaxed atmosphere, which encourages interaction and discussion. For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit: www.tellurideartandarchitecture.com.  

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Saturday venues, Art + Architecture weekend.

Art + Architecture Weekend showcases 10 venues reaching from W. Colorado Ave. to the Pandora development east of town.

The 2017 event features eight contemporary homes and condos and two alternative venues, including the Telluride Historical Museum and a glamping #vanlife set up. The self-guided tour showcases Telluride’s creative talent across all disciplines via what adds up to the ultimate home tour, Telluride-style.

“We are proud to showcase the creativity that exists here in Telluride,” says Pepper Raper, Communications Director, Telluride Arts. “The weekend is a fun, engaging, and immersive happening featuring great venues which stimulate interaction between attendees and artists.”

329 N Willow

 

329 N Willow

 

329 N Willow

 

#vanlife

 

Aerie, Galena

 

Aerie, Galena

 

Lucky Star

 

Lucky Star

 

Miner’s Union

 

Telluride Museum

 

West Pac

The 2017 venues are just as diverse as the artists, featuring homes of contemporary design like The Aerie Galena and Art House to the new deed-restricted development on Spruce Street, where three different units are to be shown.

Called the Gr8ful Eight, each condo showcases a different Telluride artist including Judy Haas, Ryan Bonneau, and Alyssa Flewelling.

East of town in Pandora a surreal art installation by Katy Parnello, which complements the high-end camper vans of Telluride Venture Accelerator cohort, Jetti.

Four venues – WillowTop, Lucky Star, West Pac, and the Snip Residence – are innovative renovation projects re-imagined by local architects. On display is everything from musical duo Porch Couch to jewelry -makers, painters, and photographers.

Sunday venues, Art + Architecture weekend.

Complementing the architecture, design, and visual arts is cuisine and mixology.

Local chefs provide tasty bites in concert with the site experience; tour-goers get to sip on wine and spirit tastings, while taking in each venue.

Those food-and-beverage pairings are always a favorite part of the weekend.

After it’s all over, participants are asked to vote for their favorite venue and chef.

Winners receive cash prizes and an advertising opportunity in Mountain Living Magazine.

Schedule as follows:

WEDNESDAY:

7:30-9pm: Twenty(by)Telluride at the Historic Sheridan Bar

THURSDAY:

5-7pm: Industry Meet + Greet at Headquarters

FRIDAY:

4-7pm: Guest Artist Reception + Lecture
with Betsy Chaffin at Gallery 81435

SATURDAY:

11am: Historic Walking Tour. Leaves Headquarters at 11am.

11am-5pm: Sjotime Industries Trunk Show at Headquarters

12-5pm: THE TOUR

5:30pm: Guest Designer Lecture with Dan Sjogren
of Sjotime Industries at Headquarters

SUNDAY:

11am-12pm: Telluride Transfer Warehouse Lecture

12-5pm: THE TOUR

11am-5pm: Sjotime Industries Trunk Show at Headquarters

5-8pm: Closing Party at the Liberty

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