Grammy-nominated acoustic guitar player and master sonic storyteller Leo Kottke stops in Telluride for a performance at the Michael D. Palm Theater on Friday, Aug. 22. Born in the live music hotbed of Athens, Ga., Kottke’s curious historical timeline sees him as a frequently moving youth, serving in the Navy, and becoming a college dropout […]
Art inspired by children in Telluride, and classical music for families in Ouray, all in the arts this week.
Talks from the festival’s long list of presenters start Saturday at 9 a.m. at the Palm Theatre, and go on through Tuesday.
Lake Street Dive, coming to the Sheridan Opera House Aug. 15, find themselves on the cusp of stardom.
Offers everything from guided forays to presentations on mushroom cultivation, anthropology, remediation, and significant research.
Moonshine will be literally trucked all the way from Durham, N.C.
A few days prior to the band’s upcoming show Deer Tick’s Ian O’Neil talks about everything from Deervana to labels to how the band got its ‘appropriately repulsive’ name with Geoff Hanson.
Art show in Ouray and moonlight events in Ridgway and Montrose, all in the arts this week.
The exhibit will remain on display through October at Resource Art Gallery & Co-op in Ridgway.
One of the highlights of MusicFest is when the festival’s guest musicians teach master classes to local music students.
Talking Gourds Poetry Club features two Coloradoans. both deeply influenced by Tibetan Buddhism, who’ve been writing all their lives.