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    Settings: Rooted in Clay, Grounded in Community


    Settings: Rooted in Clay, Grounded in Community
    An annual fall fundraising event benefiting Carbondale Clay Center.
    ~ Saturday, September 18th 5-8pm ~

    Join us for Carbondale Clay Center’s largest fundraiser of the year! Enjoy a night of locally handcrafted ceramics, dinner prepared by local chef Eli LaVaude, and…

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    The circus comes to town

    Folks may fondly remember Carbondale Art’s Light the Night with Love HeART Walk, a community celebration that took place in February. In a similar vein, yet wholly different, Carbondale Arts is partnering with entertainment company Art of Air to bring to life another “immersive experience,” this time with circus performers… read more →

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    The ARTery by VOICES featuring Natalie Spears and Roaring Fork Drawing Club


    Come out the Carbondale Farmers Market for our Final ARTery event of the summer: Community Crankie featuring Natalie Spears and the Roaring Fork Drawing Club! Everyone is welcome to draw, hang out, listen to music, and create some magic together. Look for the tiny yellow stage on 4th street!…

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    Walking on Fire

    Got my flashlight, it’s 10 a.m.

    The sun is somewhere hiding

    Never seen it so dark before

    Only in stories and folklore

    Walking on fire, where to go?

    Performing under the moniker “Ollella”, Ellie Barber is equal partsread more →

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    25th Annual Redstone Art Show and Sale


    The Redstone Art Foundation hosts its 25th anniversary Redstone Art Show and Sale on Labor Day weekend. Thirty artists will exhibit and sell their work on the front and back lawn of the Redstone Inn in commemoration of the Art Show’s silver anniversary. Get to know the artists and stay…

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    Bill Morrow’s sculptures find home

    “I have absolutely no fear of dying.” Bill Morrow, 75 years old, stepped inside from working on a 2002 Buick Rendezvous to join The Sopris Sun by phone. “I’m actually looking forward to the opportunity. But I can’t do it until this sculpture is gone.” Morrow refers toread more →

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    Memorializing the public space

    The question about the appropriateness of certain monuments and statues has been simmering for decades. It finally bubbled over in the aftermath of George Floyd’s murder in Minneapolis on May 25, 2020. As civil unrest spread across the country, many statues and monuments were vandalized, destroyed or more →

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    Escaping into art

    “Dan came with the gallery,” Ann Korologos teases, referring to accomplished local painter Dan Young. Long before purchasing The Basalt Gallery from its retiring owners in 2007, Korologos counted several of Young’s paintings among her personal collection. Some years earlier, she introduced 20 of Young’s paintings to Europe,read more →

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    Larry Day: thriving in the chaos

    Larry Day is a jack of all artistic trades and a master of many. A cartoonist, painter, children’s book illustrator, advertising storyboard designer, technical illustrator and arcade game creative designer. Now he can add another title to the list — Carbondale Mountain Fair poster/t-shirt design winner, on theread more →

  • Meet the Artist: James Mason


    Meet local artist James Mason virtually on Zoom. Mason created the art installation currently on display inside the Carbondale Branch Library. Everyone is invited to chat with him about the creation of his 55 pound metal damselfly sculpture, “Amalie’s Gift.”

    Join the discussion via Zoom:

    Friday, June 4