Dance

A Dance Lover's Guide to Summer

Once Bravo! Vail exits the Ford Amphitheater, the Vail Dance Festival takes center stage.

07/15/2019 By Kirsten Dobroth

Village Talk

Your Backstage Pass to Bravo! Vail

A behind-the-curtain peek at how the Vienna sausage (a.k.a. the music) is made at Bravo! Vail

06/07/2019 By Kirsten Dobroth

Vibe

A Public Art Project Banksy Would Love

Regional muralists add a splash of color to Vail Village’s summertime streetscape.

06/07/2019 By Kirsten Dobroth

Vibe

Art History Meets the Bronze Age at a Groundbreaking Vail Village Gallery

Art meets history at Claggett/Rey Gallery, and celebrates those who made it.

02/11/2019 By Devon O'Neil

Vibe

Vail's Most Prolific Arts Patrons Donate Their Private Collection to the Public

Kent and Vicki Logan built a valley home for one of the greatest collections of modern art in America; now they’re moving on—and giving it all away.

11/12/2018 By Kirsten Dobroth Photography by Zach Mahone

Book Club

Five Reads to Get You through the Rest of the Summer

Can't decide which book to pick up next? We asked the staff at the Bookworm of Edwards for recommendations from their summer reading lists.

08/15/2017 By Kirsten Dobroth

Concerts

Copenhagen's Danish String Quartet Is Making a Stop in the Vail Valley

Critically-acclaimed, and proclaimed among the world's best, the ultra-hip Danish String Quartet are bringing their classic sounds to Edwards and Eagle.

07/25/2017 By Kirsten Dobroth

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Alpine Arts Center Carves Out a Niche at the Riverwalk

From messy art for toddlers to plein air sessions on the Eagle to growler-decorating happy hours at Crazy Mountain, Alpine Arts Center's new spot in Edwards is a Vail Valley Giverny.

06/12/2017 By Kirsten Dobroth Photography by Ryan Dearth

Vibe

Far Eastern-Inspired Art Finds a Place in Vail Village

From the frigid steppes of Mongolia to the heated streets of Vail Village, a gallerist’s quest to bring Asian art to the West.

02/10/2017 By Ted Katauskas Photography by Rebecca Stumpf

Local History

A Lasting Tribute to Vail's Founder

Will Vail founder Pete Seibert finally earn a permanent place on the podium of local history?

02/10/2017 By Kirsten Dobroth

Arts + Culture

Kick off the New Year with a Classic Vail Itinerary

Check out some of the Vail Valley's most classic happenings for the New Year.

01/05/2017 By Kirsten Dobroth

Arts + Culture

A Down-To-Earth Vail Valley Cowboy is an Unlikely Fine Artist

Professional rodeo and contemporary art collide in one of Vail's most unusual locals.

12/13/2016 By Reilly Capps

People

Action Sports Meets Still Life at Bo Bridges' Bridge Street Gallery

"The World's Most Badass Photographer" traveled the world only to come back to Vail Village, where his gallery hosts an event for this week's Burton US Open.

11/22/2016 By Geoff Mintz Photography by Bo Bridges Edited by Kirsten Dobroth

Vibe

The Cold and Creative World of an Ice Sculptor

Wolcott sculptor Paul Wertin thrives when working conditions are at their harshest.

10/05/2016 With Shauna Farnell

Deals

Fun & Free: Week of July 18

Our picks of the best free activities for the week, from concerts to movies to more.

07/18/2016 Edited by Tom Winter

Vibe

Local Artist Transforms Walls by Animating Them

If walls could talk, Bonnie Norling Wakeman's creations would have plenty of stories of their own.

06/01/2016 By Reilly Capps

Vibe

The Banksy of Vail Village

An interview with the eclectic muralist who painted some of Vail’s most prominent and iconic public art.

02/01/2016 By Reilly Capps

ART & CULTURE

Lion in Winter

A scion of sculpture skilled in celestial navigation finds his way as an artist.

11/01/2015 By Ted Katauskas

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Scenic Drive

A surveyor turned landscape painter recalibrates the market for local art.

06/01/2015 By Reilly Capps

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Candy Cowgirl

Like the skiers she celebrates for 2015, Carrie Fell carves an edge as the World Champs' official artist.

11/01/2014 By Ted Katauskas