Part-time Telluride resident and filmmaker Carly Bodmer presents an advanced screening of her new documentary, "The Barefoot Bandit Documentary" on Thursday, October 23 at 7 p.m. The movie tells the story of Colton Harris-Moore who started his life of crime at the age of 7. Tickets are $15 and available at the door or at: http://bpt.me./874578
The Telluride Mountain Club presents The Wild and Scenic Film Festival. Featuring outdoor sports, environmental and human films from around the globe. Local filmmakers such as Brett Shreckengost will be in attendance. Will include skiing, kayaking, climbing and life adventure shorts. It is FREE for Mountain Club Members and $10 for entry which includes a year membership to TMtC. For more information please contact email@example.com
The Rainbow, Rascals and Rockies Fall Fundraiser takes place at the Sheridan Opera House on Friday, November 7 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Admission is $10 and tickets can be purchased from any parent of Rainbow, Rascals and Rockies students. The ticket comes with complimentary champagne, delicious food and a chance to win a ski pass.
The Sheridan Arts Foundation and Telluride Gravity Works are proud to present a double feature ski movie on Sunday, Nov. 9 with Teton Gravity Research's latest offerings, Jeremy Jones' latest feature "Higher" (a snowboard film) and "Almost Ablaze" (a ski and snowboard film) screening at the Sheridan Opera House. "Almost Ablaze" screens at 5 p.m. and "Higher" screens at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 for each screening or $25 for both! Telluride Gravity Works will be handing out tons of free schwag at both screenings.
Red Bull Media House, in association with Matchstick Production Films, present "DAYS OF MY YOUTH", playing Saturday November 15th at the Sheridan Opera House. MSP's film examines every skier's lifelong affinity for the sport. Narrated to the prolific readings of Alan Watts, this film exposes the many joys and occasional struggles associated with a lifestyle built around skiing. Filmed over two years using state of the art techniques and technologies, this movie offers a unique glimpse into the journey of self-discovery that every skier experiences.
In The News
The 41st annual Telluride Film Festival has come and gone and it was a great weekend full of though-provoking films, star-studded audiences and special one-of-a-kind moments only possible during Telluride Film Fest. The festival got its start at the tiny Sheridan Opera House 41 years ago, and we still remain one of the best venues of the festivals hosting tributes, film premieres and screenings.
The festival kicked... Read More »
The 11th annual Telluride Plein Air was a huge success exceeding our sales from the year before. With 26 talented artists coming to town for the Fourth of July Weekend we had a wonderful array of art for sale. On Thursday, July 3 we hosted our Artist Choice Reception and Gala with the artists voting amongst themselves on their favorite work of art. Congratulations to Susiehyer for taking first place with her work, Gold King Gold.... Read More »
Looking for a fun and easy and challenging workout? Try and shake things up a bit with Zumba classes taught at the Sheridan Opera House on Mondays at 9 a.m. with Erin! Class is usually taught in the Gallery Room downstairs but sometimes in the theater itself. Class is $10 and there's a minimum of three people per class so bring a friend!... Read More »
The 2014 Telluride Plein Air event has officially begun here at the Sheridan Opera House! Our 26 nationally recognized artists are in town painting the beautiful scenerey and you can see the fruits of their labor at the Sheridan Opera House this Thursday-Saturday. If you're not in town this weekend, be sure to stop by the SOH Monday-Wednesday 10 a.m.-4 p.m. for... Read More »
As part of the Sheridan Arts Foundation’s mission to restore and renovate the historic Sheridan Opera House, this spring off-season the historic venue in the heart of Telluride received some much needed improvements to its gold staircase.
The Opera House’s staircase was built before current building codes were put in place , and the vertical bars on all three floors of the building were wide enough apart to make the staircase a tempting jungle gym and safety hazard for children.... Read More »