This amazing exhibition features three artists. The first exhibit, “Post-Frontier Landscapes,” is by Julia Crocetto, working primarily in textiles including stitching, dyeing, unstitching and utilizing found materials. The second exhibit, “LOOM,” is an astounding collaboration between artist Cate Tallmadge and painter Andrew Roberts-Gray.
Anyone who has attended the singing, dancing, drumming, fire twirling, limbo bending, log splitting summer celebration that Carbondale calls its Mountain Fair would agree — Amy Kimberly knows how to throw a party.
Carbondale Arts’ Executive Director, Amy Kimberly, and I were in a spacious storage room at The Launchpad—a community 'Space for the Arts’—talking about her years as a local leader in small towns throughout Colorado.
“Bauhaus Seen” is currently on view at the R2 Gallery inside The Launchpad and celebrates 100 years of the art movement and features Bauhaus-inspired furniture makers from across the country curated by Brad Reed Nelson as well as Bauhaus-influenced painters Richard Carter and Dave Durrance.
Have you every wanted to explore the depth of Yoga? This training provides the opportunity to dive into the techniques, lifestyle and practices of yoga, both for personal exploration and for those wishing to teach yoga professionally.
Local residential and commercial organics collector EverGreen ZeroWaste was presented this week with the 2019 Recycler of the Year award at an annual summit for statewide organization Recycle Colorado.
The lead character is deaf, after all, and much of the set is dominated by screens that host projected surtitles. But to limit the show’s scope to one community would be a mistake, Thunder River Theatre Company Executive Director — who also directed “Tribes” — Corey Simpson contends .
Building a Sustainable Life as an artist introduces Artists U (artistsu.org) principles and tools. The workshop distills key topics and tactics: Strategic Planning, Finances for Artists, Communications, Generating Opportunities, Time Management, and Artist Mission Statements.
The Colorado Mountain College (CMC) ArtShare Program, along with the Carbondale Creative District, are partnering to present a group watercolor show featuring painters from 5 of Colorado's Creative Districts.
To commemorate the well-lived life and times of former Carbondale Council on Arts and Humanities Executive Director; Thomas Lawley, all friends are welcome to share a fond memory, a few words, remembrances, a funny story etc.
Amy Kimberly of Carbondale has been selected to receive the 2019 Governor’s Creative Leadership Award, given by the Colorado Creative Industries (CCI), a division of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade.