This celebration of beloved - and not so beloved - public art in Denver takes place at the base of Denver artist John McEnroe’s “National Velvet” sculpture. Sample red food and drink from local vendors and listen to haiku written by Denver residents.
August 29 - Sepember 1
Various venues, Telluride
Filmmaker Guy Maddin and film and culture writer Kim Morgan guest direct this year’s iteration of the high-powered international film festival.
A Colorado tradition since 1869, this year’s Fair includes rodeos, concerts on five stages, and multiple performances from Olate Dogs, a team of trained poodle-mix dogs that won the America’s Got Talent competition in 2012.
This exhibition of emerging artists, juried by Center for Fine Art Photography Executive Director/Curator Hamidah Glasgow, returns for its fourth year with works from over 50 local and international photographers.
This free concert – part of a three-day off-road endurance mountain bike event – features Americana group Williams Brothers Band, Texas-based indie-rock band Wild Party, and country-rock duo Jamestown Revival.
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