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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.
Partner Hooping, Dec. 3
Learn how to hula hoop with a partner. In this workshop, you will learn how to make isolation shapes with 2-4 hoops and a partner that is pleasing for performances or just plain fun. Hoops Supplied.
Spectacular, fiery “Tree Of Life” at Telluride Fire Festival
This fabulous interactive sculptural “tree” created by David Mechtly, has 18 flaming leaves. Guests will delight in the ability to actually make the tree spew fire into the night sky. Originally created for the Denver Regional Burning Man event, Apogaea, this elaborate sculpture will travel to Telluride for the December 3 outdoor finale at the […]
Dec. 2-4: A Multi-Sensory Experience Of Epic Proportions
The annual gathering of flame-inspired art is going to be bigger than ever thanks to Colorado Creative Industries and the Colorado Arts Relief Fund. The grant has made it possible to attract more artists with larger, more fantastical installations. One such installation is slated to be 48 feet wide by 16 feet tall, which will […]
Colorado Arts Relief Fund Grant Awarded for 2022!
Rocky Mountain Arts has just been awarded a Colorado Arts Relief Fund Grant through the Creative Industries Division of the Office of Economic Development (CCI) for 2022!
Offsetting Our Carbon Footprint
The Festival is committed to ACTION to make significant changes in the way we live every day, and you can do this, too. This year, the Festival has purchased 1,000 trees to help restore our national forests that have been ravaged by fire. Trees, and in fact, all plant life, clean our planet’s atmosphere by removing carbon (from the combustion of fuels) and transforming it into oxygen. This is but one small step that each of us can take to help restore that which is essential to life.
This past November 6 & 7 Rocky Mountain Arts held a workshop with teens in the True North Youth Program. These talented students created a wood sculpture, which will be on display Dec. 4 at Resurrection…and, will burn a la Burning Man style along with two other larger-than-life sculptures.