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Past articles by Andrew:

‘Aspen Space Station’ to land in Ashcroft

Artist Ajax Axe’s “Aspen Space Station” installation will run at Ashcroft ghost town from July 17-Aug. 15. → Read More

Adventure Encore

5Point Adventure Film Festival screens prizewinners and favorites from 2022 festival on Thursday and Friday. → Read More

Chapel Gallery partners with EcoFlight for art show

The Aspen Chapel Gallery will open the mixed-media art show “Soar“ on Wednesday, June 1.Curated by painter Amy Beidleman, the show includes work from Neal Beidleman, Coleen Clare, Larry Day, Mark Harvey, Pete McBride, Jane Pargiter, Robin Van Domelen, Andre Wille and Pierre Wille. It will run through July 10.The show is presented in partnership… → Read More

Aspen Art Museum delays Pesce outdoor installation

The Aspen Art Museum has delayed the installation of Gaetano Pesce's "My Dear Mountains," which was to sheath the museum facade and had been slated to open Thursday evening."We have had a bit of a delay with the project and we're hoping that (opening) dates are just being pushed for a couple of weeks," museum… → Read More

Zoë Keating Needs an Audience

Returning to the stage after more than two years, rock cellist Zoë Keating will headline TACAW on Friday. → Read More

Waxahatchee to headline Belly Up Aspen

IF YOU GO ... Who: WaxahatcheeWhere: Belly Up AspenWhen: Saturday, April 23, 9 p.m.How much: $30-$50Tickets: Belly Up box office; The songs from Waxahatchee's "St. Cloud," among the most indelible albums of 2020, finally found their way to live in-person performances with audiences about 18 months after its release.The Waxahatchee singer and songwriter Katie… → Read More

Art Base opens annual Mentors show

The Art Base’s 2022 class of Claudette Carter Art Mentors will open their annual exhibition on Friday. → Read More

Consensual Improv entertains and teaches Valley’s comedy fans

The Roaring Fork Valley-based improv troupe will perform Saturday at the Arts Campus at Willits and will launch a four-week public workshop on Monday. → Read More

Birding documentary ‘Skyward’ makes world premiere at Aspen Shortsfest

The British birding documentary “Skyward” is among the titles making world premieres this weekend at Aspen Shortsfest. → Read More

Aspen Choral Society teams with physics center for spring series

Astronomy-themed choral performances coming to Snowmass, Carbondale and Glenwood Springs. → Read More

Novelist Richard Powers wants his books to change your life

IF YOU GO ... Who: Richard PowersWhere: Winter Words, Paepcke AuditoriumWhen: Tuesday, March 29, 6 p.m.How much: $25/in-person; $12/virtualMore info: Richard Powers was changed by writing “The Overstory,” his Pulitzer Prize-winning 2018 novel.The experience of writing and researching that book, an epic exploring human relationships with trees that came 12 novels and four… → Read More

Andy’s Last Stand

The Aspen Art Museum’s “Andy Warhol: Lifetimes” will close after Sunday, March 27. → Read More

Aspen Library Cinema series showcases Oscar-nominated shorts

“Audible” and all 15 Oscar-nominated short films will screen at the Library Cinema series in Aspen, March 18-20. → Read More

Art Base debuts new textile artwork

Textile artist Cate Johnson will have her debut solo exhibition at the Art Base in Basalt. Her show, “Prettiest Girl,“ opened Friday.Using traditional weaving techniques with unconventional materials such as plastic party streamers and yarn, Johnson explores “gender, identity and memory through the lens of the ‘coming of age’ trope,” as she put it in… → Read More

Wild & Scenic Film Festival comes to town

The traveling outdoors film festival returns to Wheeler and the Arts Campus at Willits on March 15 and 16. → Read More

‘Watkins Family Hour’ comes to Aspen

Siblings Sean and Sara Watkins, of Nickel Creek, will headline Aspen’s Harris Hall on Saturday. → Read More

An app for art’s sake

Bloomberg Connects multimedia guide supplements Warhol show at the Aspen Art Museum. → Read More

Laugh again with Gaffigan

Jim Gaffigan will play two sold-out shows at the Wheeler Opera House on Saturday, Feb. 18. → Read More

Kamasi Washington leads 15-artist JAS June lineup

The festival will fill 10 venues in downtown Aspen June 23-26. → Read More

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet re-emerges as a dance presenter

The guest dance company Complexions will lead the first Aspen Santa Fe Ballet-hosted performance since early 2020. → Read More