Tuesday, July 7th. 8:30PM. Conference Center Plaza. FREE! Bring your lawn chairs for an outdoor screening of 'Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.' PG (1988) 1hr 50m Video of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Official Trailer #1 - Michael Caine Movie (1988) HD
Tuesday, July 7th. 8:30PM. Conference Center Plaza. FREE! Bring your lawn chairs for an outdoor screening of 'The Notebook.' PG-13 (2004) 2hr 4m Video of The Notebook Movie Trailer [HD]
Weekly, Tuesdays, July 7th-28th. 6-9PM. $200 tuition+$50 materials Students will incorporate personal graphic elements into completed handbuilt ceramic projects. Using specific techniques each class, projects will include sgraffito butter dishes, image transfers on handbuilt plates, slip monoprints on plates or cups, and mishima bowls. This class is for those beginner students who want to discover the limitless possibilities of clay, as well as experienced ceramicists searching to expand their finishing techniques beyond glazing. To Register, click HERE .
Monday- Wednesday. July 6-8. 2-5PM. $170 tuition + $65 model fee Students purchase their own materials separately, for a required material list, click HERE . To acquire supplies from Ah Haa, a seperate $25 fee applies. When registering, choose this add-on option. This three part class focuses on capturing the gestural expression of the live model, using charcoal on paper. With an understanding of forms in physical space through instruction in proportion, value, volume, space, shape and line students will be able to create an intuitive drawing that is their own poersonal response to the human form. To register, click HERE .
Sunday, July 5th at Club Red (located inside the Telluride Conference Center) . Doors at 8PM, Show at 8PM. Tickets are $22-25. The only tribute band endorsed by the official Johnny Cash web page, Cash'd Out has played to over 1.2 million fans since forming in 2005. Tickets will be available online here .
The Rundola is an open registration foot race from the base of the gondola in Telluride to the top of the ridge adjacent to the San Sophia mid-station. The race is organized by and benefits the Telluride Foundation. Runners follow the Telluride Trail (4.600 feet long, 40 feet wide, 13% uphill grade) or can simply bushwack to the finish. The elevation gain is 1,810 feet from start to finish. Participants are grouped by age and gender into categories for the race.
Stay Tuned For 2015 Updates 4th of July in Telluride is small-town Americana at its finest. We really do it up here -- running races, parade, BBQ, family games in Town Park, airplane flybys, and fireworks. Rundola The day kicks off with the Telluride Foundation's Rundola, a recreational foot race to benefit the Telluride Foundation. Participants begin at the base of the gondola in the town of Telluride and finish at the top of the ridge adjacent to the San Sophia gondola mid-station. Get your sweat on for a good cause before the rest od the day's festivities! You can register for the Rundola here . Parade The Telluride 4th of July Parade begins at 11 am on historic Main Street and is organized by the Telluride 4th of July Parade Committee. The sidewalks are packed as...
Saturday, July 4th, 2015. 12:30-2:30pm Head up to the Museum after the parade for family fun programming, tasty treats, and free admission to the Museum all day long!
One Photo taken July 4th, 2015. Deadline to Submit: 12PM July 5th. To enter, or for more information, click HERE . First Place prize of $1000. Second Place prize of $300. Third Place prize of $100. Ten Honorable Mentions, with a $50 prize. One "Audience Choice Award" recieves 100 custom U.S. stamps, that can legally be used for mailings.
Saturday, July 4th . Doors at 8/Show at 9:30PM. $7 in advance / $10 at the door Cranford Hollow , a rock band, will be playing at the Fly Me To The Moon Saloon. Check out some of their work: Video of &quot;CLOSER&quot; by Cranford Hollow featuring Angie Aparo, Official Video
Every Friday, June 5-October 9 2015. 10:30AM-4PM . Take a stroll down South Oak Street and visit the Telluride Farmers' Market every Friday afternoon during the summer from 10:30am-4pm. Fresh produce, organic meats, delicious kettlecorn popcorn, fresh flowers and much more. Oak Street hosts a beautiful market of local crafts, produce, and any other goods you can imagine at the Telluride Farmer’s Market. The Telluride Farmer’s Market supports vendors with 100% organic products (75% minimum for most prepared foods). Products come from within a 100 mile radius of Telluride, assuring that what is sold is local, fresh, and has little environmental impact. Come out during the afternoon and you will find the street lined with a huge variety of vendors including local farms, gardens,...
Friday, July 3rd, 2015 PalmKidz was initiated summer 2014, and offers an opportunity for all children, and children at heart, to experience great performances on Friday afternoons in the summer. Joining forces with the Wilkinson Public Library, the Palm is able to offer $5 tickets Rapunzel is a witty, tongue-in-cheek, one hour musical retelling of a perennial favorite. Designed with an appeal to young and adult audiences alike, the play has a contemporary moral about parent-child relationships, the challenges of growing up (for both children and adults), the joys of love, and challenges of being different.
The Art Walk takes place from 5PM-8PM on the first Thursday of every month (excluding May and November) and features 21 different venues showcasing new exhibitions and artists. A free self guided Art Walk map is available at the Stronghouse Studios + Gallery on 283 South Fir or at other participating venues. Adam W. Carlos Fine Art 398 W. Colorado Ave. (Downstairs) Ah Haa School for the Arts 300 S. Townsend Ave. AZADI Fine Rugs 217 W. Colorado Ave. Baked in Telluride 127 S. Fir St. DOLCE 224 E. Colorado Ave. Elinoff & Co. 204 W. Colorado Ave. Gallery 81435 230 S. Fir St. Gold Mountain Gallery 135 W. Colorado La Cocina de Luz 333 W. Colorado Ave. LDGiles Art & Design 307 E. Colorado, Unit #104 (Willow Building) Lustre, an Artisan Gallery 171 S...
Thursday, July 2nd . Doors at 8/Show at 9:30PM. $5 suggested donation Bill Smith , a rock band, will be playing at the Fly Me To The Moon Saloon. Check out some of their work: Video of Bill Smith Promo
Tuesday, June 30th. 8:30PM. Conference Center Plaza. FREE! Bring your lawn chairs for an outdoor screening of 'The Princess Bride.' PG (1987) 1hr 38m Video of The Princess Bride Official Trailer #2 - Wallace Shawn Movie (1987) HD
Tuesday, June 30th - Thursday, July 2nd. 2-5 PM. $150 Tuition + $45 Materials, Adults & 16+ A class designed for those who have never painted, haven't painted in a while, or would like to try something new. Each day, students will learn the process of building a painting from start to finish by using a different still life scene each day - flowers, fruit, etc. Topics will include brush techniques, color mixing, capturing light, and exploring your own unique style. Students will learn skills such as sketching on canvas and applying paint, with the goal of completing at least two paintings. Through this class participants will come away with new technical skills and inspiration to paint on their own. To Register, Click HERE
The Telluride Plein Air Festival draws artists from around the country to paint "en plein air" (in the outdoors) and exhibit and sell their work. Their scenes of Telluride and the surrounding areas simultaneously capture the mountain spirit of this special place and celebrate the art of painting in the outdoors. 2014 Schedule of Events June 29 - July 5, 2014 - All Day— Plein Air Artists at Work - Various Locations in and around Telluride Visitors and locals alike will have the unique opportunity to observe 28 of the nation's top plein air artists as they paint on location in Telluride, Colorado preparing for the two-day art sale on July 4 and 5. June 29-July 4, 2014, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.— Wet Room open in Sheridan Opera House Gallery Room New this year! Artists will hang newly...
Monday, June 29th - Friday, July 3rd . 9AM-5PM. $800 tuition In this one week intensive class, students will learn the fundamental building blocks of bookbinding; binding both cloth and paper covers. To register for the class, click HERE .
Saturday, June 27th. 6-9PM. Dress up as a song title as part of the benefit for The American Songbook Festival ! $100 per person includes an open bar, food, special entertainment, auctions, etc. Grand Prize for the Best Song Title costume wins a one week trip to Hawaii! (Kauai and Big Isle.) To recieve an invite, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, June 27th and Sunday, June 28th . 10AM-4PM. $200 tuition plus $75 materials. Adults & 16+ Explore mixed media and collage, including paint markers, acrylic mediums, stamps and more! Students are encouraged to bring their own materials to use in addition to the free supplies provided. Examples of things to bring are: Torn book pages Letters Rice papers Food and wine labels Photos (as long as they are not glossy) Large clip art of birds or other animals/images you like NON glossy magazine pages