• Telluride Arts: Art Walk

    Yesterday

    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)…

  • July 4 Twins with Hot Shot Photo Contest

    2 days ago.

    “Cameras don’t take great pictures. Artists take great pictures. And no two artists see the same things the same way,” photographer and social critic Nan Goldin Daniel Tucker founded Telluride’s Ah Haa School for the Arts in 1991 based on…

  • TSRC Town Talk: Nanoscience & Nanotechnology for Sustainable Energy

    2 days ago.

    Come hear Todd Krauss, former TED speaker & PhD Professor of Chemistry, University of Rochester, talk about his research in gathering solar energy more efficiently with light harvesting quantum dots, a new technology that will lead us into a more sustainable future. Tuesday,…

  • Telluride Foundation: Executive Director Breakfast with Marc Nager

    3 days ago.

    Please join us for the next Executive Director Breakfast with Marc Nager, speaking about how to craft and tell a compelling story. Thursday, July 2, 8:30 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. at the Telluride Historical Museum. One of the most undervalued, yet valuable skills within an organization…

  • Sheridan Arts Foundation’s Telluride Plein Air 2015

    6 days ago.

    Old idea. New blood. Eugene Boudin was one of the more adventurous 19th-century painters, known primarily for his beach scenes and seascapes of northern France and luminous skies. One of Boudin's students was a young painter named Claude Monet, whom…

  • Mountain Village: Touch-A-Truck

    1 week ago.

    Mountain Munchkins Child Care & Preschool hosts the eighth annual Touch-A-Truck, a kid-centric fundraising event at which children can touch, climb, explore, and sit in the driver’s seat of a variety of vehicles: service vehicles, work equipment, fire trucks, and police cars. Open…

  • TSRC: Open House & Tribute to Co-Founder

    1 week ago.

    Don't miss the tribute to Stephen Berry, co-founder of TSRC (Telluride Science Research Center) and chemistry professor at University of Chicago, given by a former PhD student of his, John Tully. There will be a slideshow of early pictures forming…

  • Telluride Wine Fest: Chef James Reaux & “Little Piggies”

    1 week ago.

    Telluride Bluegrass has Festivarians. Mountainfilm has its tribe. Both have a laid-back come-to-the-neighborhood feel. And the Telluride Wine Festival? Is Wine Fest still all about a well-heeled fraternity of individuals who inhale audibly at the mere mention of Travaglini Gattinara Numerata…

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

    1 week 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…

  • Town Talk: Bioinspired Sponges for Protection

    2 weeks ago.

    Don't miss this Town Talk on the defense applications of new, innovative research in metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) from the 2015 Royal Society of Chemistry Award Winner Omar Farha, PhD, Professor of Chemistry, Northwestern University. Tuesday, June 16, 6 p.m., Free, at Telluride Mountain…

  • Telluride Musicfest: Brahms & Romanticism

    2 weeks ago.

    Please scroll down to bottom of story to eavesdrop on my interview with violinist Maria Bachmann of the Trio Solisti. Maria, a bravura performer is also artistic director of the upcoming Telluride Musicfest.  Last year was all about “From Russia…

  • WOW Fest: Top-Tier Presenter Ed Harrold

    3 weeks ago.

    “Ed Harrold is fantastic and I truly believe what he is teaching will be the next step in Sports Performance as well as enhance athletic ability,” Bill Fabrocini, Sports Medicine Scroll down to bottom of post to listen to an…

  • June Art Walk: Weatherford & More

    4 weeks 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…

  • Wild West Fest: Showcase & Shindig

    4 weeks ago.

    Event takes place Thursday, June 4, 2015, 4-6 p.m., FREE in Elks Park For the past 24 years, the Sheridan Arts Foundation kicks off the summer with the Wild West Fest bringing 30-50 underserved youth from all over the country…

  • Burkey Wins $1000 Mark Fischer Poetry Prize

    4 weeks ago.

    Jill Burkey of Grand Junction received the $1000 Mark Fischer Poetry Prize for her poem, “Beginning Mind,” at a ceremony May 16, 2015, during the Talking Gourds poetry program segment of the Telluride Literary Arts Festival. Mark’s widow, Elaine Fischer…

  • 24th Annual Wild West Fest, Overview

    1 month ago.

    The Sheridan Arts Foundation kicks off its 2015 summer season with the 24th annual Wild West Fest, which runs June 1-7.   Monday, June 1, 36 under-served youth from the Boys & Girls Clubs of America will come to Telluride…