• Ah Haa: Wonderful Wizard of “Ah”z Annual Auction

    3 weeks ago.

    You're not in Kansas anymore! Nope, and the wonderful world of Oz has had a temporary address change. On Friday, July 17, 6 – 10 p.m., follow the yellow brick road to the Ah Haa School for the Art’s 23rd annual auction, where Dorothy…

  • Telluride Arts: Art & Architecture

    3 weeks ago.

    " The Telluride Art and Architecture weekend is an opportunity to experience the extraordinary creative talent of the artists, architects, designers, builders, and chefs who work in the Telluride Arts District. The event is in its fourth year and has…

  • Telluride Plein Air: Postscript

    3 weeks ago.

    The Sheridan Arts Foundation is proud to announce one of the most successful Telluride Plein Air events in its 12-year history. As its largest fundraiser of the year, the SAF hosted 31 artists in and around the Telluride region to…

  • Telluride Arts: Art Walk

    4 weeks ago.

    Back in the glitter and grit of the 1970s, artists such as Philip Pearlstein – a heavyweight painter who happens to be part of the Telluride Gallery of Fine Art’s illustrious stable (and the uncle of Telluride’s former mayor and county commissioner Elaine Fischer, also a painter)…

  • Ah Haa: Paul Evans, 3 Evenings of Art History & Workshop

    1 month ago.

     "The teaching of art is the teaching of all things," William Ruskin No one knows better than cultural critic and art historian Paul Evans that “art” is imbedded in the word “heart.” And he’s back to once again deliver three…

  • June Art Walk: Weatherford & More

    2 months ago.

    The "Wild Boar" will be at the Telluride Gallery of Fine Art. “To me, the boar represents our completely grounded, muscular, tough personality manifestation. Great for being a successful hard-charger in life,” says artist Robert Weatherford. Robert’s other paintings, a new…

  • Mountainfilm: Natl. Geo. Emerging Explorer, Asher Jay

    2 months ago.

    "Creative conservationist” and National Geographic Emerging Explorer Asher Jay at Mountainfilm 2015: Gallery Walk, East Gallery, Ah Haa, and panel discussion at the Telluride Library, Saturday, 12:45 - 2 p.m. Scroll down to bottom of story to find a podcast…

  • Ah Haa Moment: Youth Art Awards

    3 months ago.

    This year’s juried Youth Art Exhibition at the Ah Haa School brought in over 100 submissions from students from Nucla, Norwood, and Telluride, with artwork ranging from drawings and paintings to ceramics and mixed media. The show opened during Art…

  • TIO NYC: Hanging With Richard & Lauren & Dale &….

    3 months ago.

    At the nexus of painting and photography is – artist Richard Estes. A show of Estes’ work from the early years to the present is on display at MAD, (Museum of Arts & Design), 2 Columbus Circle. It is  the very…

  • Telluride Arts, Art Walk: April 2015 Highlites

    4 months ago.

    "All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up,” Pablo Picasso A mashup of the celebratory and the fanciful and frankly off-the-wall can be found on the walls of the Daniel Tucker Gallery at…

  • Rabbit Rabbit’s Lucy Perutz Offers Ah Haa Cooking Classes

    4 months ago.

    Lucy Perutz is on a mission. Telluride’s vegan chef and food-for-change activist, known for the outrageously delicious organic foods coming out of her pop-up Rabbit Rabbit restaurant kitchen, is determined to convert all food enthusiasts into “fooditarians.” “Food is medicine,”…

  • Ah Haa Presents: What Makes Art?

    4 months ago.

     "The teaching of art is the teaching of all things," William Ruskin. Three talks about “What Makes Art?" feature visiting art historian/cultural critic Paul Evans, Monday – Wednesday, March 16 – March 18, 6 – 8 p.m. Sponsored by the Ah Haa School for…

  • Telluride Arts: March Art Walk 2015, Highlites

    5 months ago.

    Sandy Skoglund creates subversive room-size installations such as “Radioactive Cats” (1980), a post-nuclear tableau starring a swarm of eerie chartreuse felines, which have invaded the drab gray kitchen (and drab gray lives) of an elderly Midwestern couple. Skoglund’s “The Grey…

  • Telluride Arts: 2015 Small Grants for Artists

    5 months ago.

    The Telluride Arts District is now accepting applications for the Small Grants for Artists. Funding for individual artist’s projects, professional development, and artist-to-artist workshops. Small grants support the innovation, creativity and professional development of individual artists living in the Telluride region.…

  • Telluride Arts Art Walk, Highlights

    5 months ago.

    Telluride Arts’ programs director Britt Markey is more than just a pretty face. She is executive director Kate Jones’ abundantly talented aide de camp – and then some. With degrees in graphic design and fine art, Britt brings substantial design, organizational,…

  • Facts About Color That Almost Seem Too Ridiculous To Be True

    5 months ago.

    Color is the backdrop of our lives. And the colors we surround ourselves with in daily life affect us profoundly. And they affected history. Writing in the Huff Post, Todd Van Luling talks about “8 Things You Didn’t Know About Color That…