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Ah Haa Call to Artists: Juried Group Show

The human body has been a muse for artists as long as people have been creating art. Telluride’s Ah Haa School for the Arts wants to see how you interpret […]

EcoAction: Optimizing Green Building

In its quest to promote sustainability and decrease carbon footprints, EcoAction Partners focuses a lot of its energy on educating. The nonprofit is hosting a free lunchtime workshop at the Wilkinson […]

“Dinner with Dionysus,” Revived, 12/15-12/23

In 2013, Telluride Theatre performed an original play, “Dinner with Dionysus,” at Telluride’s Ah Haa School. What unfurled on stage was a sly, seductive and captivating story about a dinner […]

Noel Night 2017: A Holiday Extravaganza

Telluride has a tendency of doing holidays in ways that are distinctly its own. On the Fourth of July, the town explodes in Apple Pie Americana. On Halloween, a river […]

Cinematheque: “Pan’s Labyrinth,” 12/4

Guillermo del Toro came to Telluride, specifically to the 2017 Telluride Film Festival, and conquered, winning hearts and minds with his most recent masterpiece, “The Shape of Water,” our bet […]

Telluride Arts: Holiday Arts Bazaar, 121-12/3

The Telluride Arts’ Telluride Holiday Arts Bazaar is to the Christmas season what the robin is the the spring — it represents the official start to Telluride’s holiday season. The weekend-long event […]

SAFYPT Presents: “Seussical the Musical”

Telluride’s middle school thespians will bring the whimsy and humor of Dr. Seuss to the stage this weekend with performances of “Seussical the Musical.” The play, directed by new SAF […]

Club Red Announces Winter 2017 Lineup

Beyond The Groove to present The Everly Brothers Experience, Yonder Mountain String Band, Brett Dennen, The Motet, Turkuaz, Anderson East, and more to close out the winter 2017 holiday season. […]

The Short Version: Net Neutrality

The point of it all is to break down the headlines, determine why an issue is important, and reveal the best arguments on each side of the story. Recently Cleo Abram explored […]

Mountainfilm: Beraza New Director: Anker Guest Director

Mountainfilm has hired Suzan Beraza to take the reins of the 40-year-old organization as its Festival Director. The organization also announced that pioneering alpinist Conrad Anker will serve as Guest […]