Upcoming Events

Friday, January 20, 2017, 6:00pm
Inspired by Burning Man, The Telluride Fire Festival will be centered around a free public and interactive experience of fire artistry. The fire displays will occur from when darkness falls to late evening on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. These displays will be held both in Mountain Village and on 'Main Street' and all stationary art intallations will be available during the day for viewing.  Telluride Fire Festival Video of Telluride Fire Festival Click here for a 2017 schedule!
Friday, January 20, 2017, 9:00pm
The 39th annual KOTO Lip Sync is an event you definitely won’t want to miss! This lip sync competition has $750 prize money on the line for the best performance.     Tickets $20 GA, $40 Balcony reserved seating.  Purchase tickets HERE .   2017-KOTO-Lip-Sync-Poster-663x1024.jpg
Saturday, January 21, 2017, 8:00pm
The Sheridan Arts Foundation presents Dustbowl Revival live in concert with their reinvented and bolder free flowing sound.  This band has opened for acts such as Trombone Shorty and Lake Street Dive, and has recently reinvented their funky stringband sound.  Show at 9pm, doors open at 8pm - come out early and enjoy a cocktail at the Sheridan SHOW Bar. Tickets $15 General Admission, $25 Balcony reserved seating.  Purchase tickets HERE.   Video of Dustbowl Revival - "Honey I Love You" - Twisted Oak Wine Cellar  
Monday, January 23, 2017, 5:30pm
Mondays,  January 23 – February 13   |   5:30-8:30pm    $300 tuition & materials Using the copper foil technique, students will explore the world of stained glass. After looking at different types of glass and learning some stained glass history, students will choose a design for their stained glass projects. Then they’ll choose glass to fit the project, cut each piece, apply copper foil, solder, and then solder. All students will emerge with at least one stupendous piece of stained glass art! Ah Haa will supply eye protection, latex gloves and aprons. Please wear close-toed shoes and long sleeves.   REGISTER HERE.
Monday, January 23, 2017, 5:30pm
Mondays,  January 23 – February 13   |   5:30-8:30pm    $300 tuition & materials Using the copper foil technique, students will explore the world of stained glass. After looking at different types of glass and learning some stained glass history, students will choose a design for their stained glass projects. Then they’ll choose glass to fit the project, cut each piece, apply copper foil, solder, and then solder. All students will emerge with at least one stupendous piece of stained glass art! Ah Haa will supply eye protection, latex gloves and aprons. Please wear close-toed shoes and long sleeves.   REGISTER HERE.
Monday, January 23, 2017, 5:30pm
  Students at this Ah Haa class with instructor Tami Huntsman will be able to look at different pieces of glass and learn about the history of stained glass before embarking on their own project. They will choose a design and the glass to fit the project, cut each piece, apply the copper foil, and solder. Every member of class will create at least one piece of stained glass art that they can take home.  The class takes place on Mondays from 5:30–8:30 p.m. and the cost is $300. Ah Haa will provide eye protection, gloves, and aprons, but students are asked to wear close-toed shoes and long sleeves.
Wednesday, January 25, 2017, 10:00am
Wednesday –  Friday, January 25 – 27   |   10am-1pm    $210 tuition & materials  Students will learn the art of fusing glass to metal to create beautiful jewelry and metal embellishments. Using opaque and transparent glasses, the class will explore various enameling techniques such as stenciling, sgraffito, and enamel pencils. Students will complete numerous glass-on-metal designs, including an enamel pendant. Tracey Belt first encountered jewelry making in an elective metalsmithing course while studying at the University of New Mexico. She was drawn immediately and completely to the craft that would become her career and passion. Initially intrigued by different metals and patinas, she then went on to pursue her curiosity for color by studying the process of...
Wednesday, January 25, 2017, 10:00am
Durango jewelry artist Tracey Belt takes students through a 3-day workshop where they will learn the latest techniques for fusing glass to metal. The class will use opaque and transparent glasses and enameling techniques including stenciling, sgraffito, and enamel pencils to stretch their creative wings and produce beautiful glass-on-metal designs, including a pendant.  Tracey Belt studied metalsmithing at the University of New Mexico, where she became intrigued by different metals and patinas. She was also interested in color, and went on to study lampworking, and leanred to make the glass beads that are the signature of her glass and metal designs. Belt also studied the ancient art of enameling under renowned artist Harlan Butt. Don't miss the opportunity to learn from her as she...
Tuesday, January 31, 2017, 6:00pm
Tuesdays & Wednesdays,  January 31 – February 8   |   6-9pm    $385 tuition & materials Discover the magical, colorful world of silk dyeing and batik. Spend four evenings (with optional open studio time on the weekend) learning about color, surface design, silk painting, wax resist, shibori, and other silk dyeing techniques, culminating in a final prayer-flags project. Dyes used during class are appropriate for silk and wool, as well as fabric blends that contain silk and wool. Finished pieces will be dry cleaned, to remove wax, and then dye set. (Please budget an additional $8 per piece for dry cleaning.) The materials fee includes seven scarves/fabric pieces, with the option of purchasing more fabric from the instructor. This class is limited to six...
Wednesday, February 1, 2017, 6:00pm
Whether you want to become a better actor, or just a more confident presenter, this four-week acting workshop at the Ah Haa School for the Arts will give you the skills and the stage presence to do it. Telluride Repertory Theatre company member and actor-director Colin Sullivan will help you "act out," using a series of games, vocal work, movement exercises, script analyses, and dynamic audience exchanges to cultivate your acting ability.  The course takes place on Wednesday evenings from 6–9 p.m. and the cost is $200.