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Free gondola: Travel from Town to Mountain Village Center Plaza and back. Location: On Gus’s Way, between Aspen and Oak Streets.
Free Town Shuttle Bus: Galloping Goose stops at every bus stop (if people are present) and runs a loop around town— east on Pacific St. and West on Main Street, every 15 min. The Goose also stops at the gondola station.
We love supporting other Nonprofits!
We’re exciting about helping Camp Porta Party and their amazing Art Car, Hel’s Diner. This is a nonprofit organization just like us. We can totally relate to the struggles of maintaining an Art Car (AKA Mutant Vehicle) for public use at Burning Man’s annual event.
2023 Grant from National Endowment for the Arts
Rocky Mountain Arts (RMA) is pleased to announce it has been approved by the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to receive a Challenge America award of $10,000. The grant will support a Community Build Sculpture Project for youth. This grant is one of 262 Challenge America awards totaling $2.62 million that were announced by […]
New Sculpture to be transformed by fire, Dec. 3
See Impermanence transformed by flames at Resurrection Dec. 3! From an array of reclaimed and stripped old deck boards, Impermanence is well on its way to fruition for the Telluride Fire Festival. “This project has been a welcome creative challenge, and I can’t wait to share its transformation from a completed sculpture, to a flaming beacon, to […]
Hex Machina: Gigantic, Interactive “Lantern”
Nate Robertson and Garrett Briones will be bringing Hex Machina, an interactive propane fire “poofer” or “boosh” effect. Essentially, this is a gigantic, interactive lantern: Visitors can push a button to release a burst of fire within the large steel hexagonal lantern which is seated above a 22 ft hexagonal steel framework. This flame effect is […]
Free Teen Sculpture Build, Oct. 1 & 2!
Rocky Mountain Arts will collaborate with True North Youth Program to produce a wood building sculpture workshop for teens through support from Alpine Bank. The completed art installation will be on display on December 3 at the Telluride Fire Festival. All students will be invited to attend the event in December. THE DEETS: Oct 1 […]
Aerial Acrobatics, Dec. 3 & 4
Come get your feet off the ground with Alpine Aerial Acrobatics! In this hour- long workshop you will learn the basics of aerial fabrics (silks), aerial hoop (lyra) and hopefully get upside down. Classes for adults and youth.