Arts & Culture


Winter–Spring 2022–23 Events in Vail and Beaver Creek

Don’t miss out on these activities and festivals for all ages and interests.



Vail's Museum Without Walls

The Town of Vail’s Art in Public Places (AIPP) Acquires New Works of Art from Kent and Vicki Logan

11/28/2022 By Amanda M. Faison


Carrie Fell: Work in Progress

Carrie Fell reclaims her place in the local gallery scene with a retrospective coffee table book that opens a new chapter in her evolution as an artist.

11/28/2022 By Amanda M. Faison


Concert Venues Are Amped for Summer

The valley’s signature spaces prepare for a cultural feast.

06/06/2022 By Devon O'Neil


Acclaimed Gallerist Expands Brand in Vail

Chistopher Martin has achieved success as both an artist and an entrepreneur.


Person of Interest

Bravo! Vail Music Festival Rebounds

Executive Director Caitlin Murray reflects on what was lost—and learned—during the pandemic.

06/06/2022 By As told to Ted Katauskas


Winter–Spring 2021–22 Events in Vail and Beaver Creek

Don't miss out on these activities and festivals for all ages and interests at Vail and Beaver Creek.



Pro Skier-Filmmaker's WWII Documentary Comes to the Screen

Chris Anthony's years spent producing his documentary film Mission Mt. Mangart pay off.

12/03/2021 By Dipika Rai


New Mural and Ice Installation Link Vail's Present and Past

Olive Moya's art projects at the Vail Transportation Center and Winterfest highlight the melting between local history and what's to come.

12/03/2021 By Dipika Rai


A Feast of Festivals

Outdoor public gatherings are making a comeback to the Vail Valley this summer; here a few of the best festivals to make plans for.



Retro Perspective

Half a century after its inception, the Summervail Art Workshop Legacy Project is getting the band back together again.

06/24/2021 By Katie Coakley

Arts + Culture

The Vilar Finds a Way to Keep the Lights On

By hosting shows in an empty, or near-empty, theater, the Vilar sets the stage for a post-pandemic entertainment revival.

12/15/2020 By Ted Katauskas Photography by photos courtesy the Vilar


Two to Try

This Saturday (July 25): Eagle Valley Land Trust hosts a hike through Eagle's Brush Creek Ranch & Open Space, Teton Gravity Research debuts a mountain biking film at The Amp

07/14/2020 By Staff

Arts & Culture

Bravo! Vail Announces a 'Reimagined' 2020 Season

A series of free Thursday night chamber concerts at Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater debuts July 16

07/07/2020 By Staff

Public Art

The Town of Vail Unveils New Outdoor Artworks for the Summer

There's a good reason the Town of Vail has no art museum: The entire village streetscape doubles as a public art gallery. Here's what's being added to the collection this summer.

06/02/2020 By Anastasia Hufham

Family Fun

Minturn's Drive-In Movie Theater Returns!

As a socially distanced alternative to the cineplex, High Rockies Blue-Starlite, the Colorado outpost of Austin's retro-chic (and pandemic-friendly) pop-up outdoor movie theater, makes a summer comeback on the banks of the Eagle River.

05/19/2020 By Staff


Vail Film Festival 2020 Preview

In the age of coronavirus, the VFF debuts as an online event, streaming 55 indie flicks to your device—we give you our top picks, and a discounted festival pass.

05/13/2020 By Anastasia Hufham

Weekend Agenda

Mother's Day Gift Guide

Five ways to give thanks to mom, with a little help from some local businesses that need a little love.

05/04/2020 By Staff

Weekly Agenda

5 More Things To Do While Staying At Home

Beat the self-quarantine blues with our guide to a handful of fun (and good) things to do while sheltering in place

04/07/2020 By Ted Katauskas

Weekly Agenda

5 Things To Do While Staying At Home

Getting cabin fever while honoring the Governor's Stay At Home Order? Follow our weekly survival guide to staying sane, and helping your community, while sheltering in place.

03/31/2020 By Ted Katauskas