Telluride Festivals and Events
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The Gondola connecting Telluride to Mountain Village will open for the summer season at 7am on May 26th. For more information, please click here .
Twenty(by)Telluride , a program of the Telluride Arts District in association with Mountainfilm, debuts an evening of provocative and stimulating slides by creative minds. Each presenter shares 20 slides, for 20 seconds and discusses their inspiration and creative process. Lineup: Ace Kvale Brendan Leonard Gabriel Lifton-Zoline Krystle Wright Crystal Merill Come early to socialize at the historic Sheridan Bar and claim your seat for this spirited program!
2016 Mountainfilm Festival Information The 38 th Annual Telluride Mountainfilm Festival is being dedicated to the country’s crown jewels, and the festival is joining the National Parks Centennial Celebration in doing so. The 2016 Symposium (which opens the festival on Friday morning) is themed after national parks. Known as “America’s best idea”, the crown jewels are sprinkled all over the country and are home to everything from graceful arches of sandstone, to historic battle sites, to the tallest mountain in North America. This year’s festival will explore more than just the glorified parts of these National Parks, and will dive into the controversy and challenges that face the system at 100 years old. Visit the Mountainfilm website for more information on events and...
The Telluride Festival of Cars and Colors and US Bank invite any owner who wishes to display their vintage car or motorcycle to come out to Main Street of Telluride for the evening of May 20th! The event is free and open to the public. No need to register your vehicle, just come out and get a participant number. A People's Choice Award will be awarding at the end of the evening!
The Telluride Literary Arts Festival It's high time the Telluride region celebrated its avid joy of reading and the passion for good ole fashioned books. The result features everything from performance poetry and literary burlesque to a book lovers bash and hike-to readings. Events for the kiddos, too! The Telluride Literary Arts Festival is for readers, writers, and lovers of books! It is a celebration of reading and writing and an opportunity to get together to affirm this great pastime. Complete with performance poetry, author talks, literary burlesque, moderated panel discussions, and even events for kids! Unique to the 2016 LitFest: Peter Heller, author of four nonfiction books, two novels, and a longtime contributor to National Public Radio. He is also a contributing...
Run Free – The True Story of Caballo Blanco , a feature documentary directed by Sterling Noren, chronicles the life of American ultra running legend Micah True (Caballo Blanco, or the White Horse) and his quest to create an ultra marathon in Mexico’s Copper Canyon to promote and preserve Tarahumara running tradition. True was a main character in Christopher McDougall’s best-selling book Born to Run – A Hidden Tribe, Super Athletes and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen. Tickets are $12 in advance at www.imathlete.com/events/runfree or $15 at the door.