Telluride Arts Presents: Twenty(by)telluride

Twenty(by)telluride grey web Want to know where the "in" crowd will be hanging Monday night, August 29, 8 pm? The historic Sheridan Bar, 231 West Colorado Avenue. Want to know why? The gathering is thanks to Telluride Arts, which dreamed up twenty(by)telluride as a nifty complement to the non-profit's First Thursday Art Walk. Both events showcase Telluride's robust cultural economy, Art Walk through the work hung at venues all over town and twenty(by)telluride, through the words of artists and the business people who support them.

twenty(by)telluride is meant to be a fun and creative monthly gathering designed to showcase innovation, knowledge, ideas, and creativity of Telluride community members. The get-together is based on PechaKucka Night and TED and has become a platform to show and share ideas and work. Monday night's gathering is twenty(by)telluride, round 3.

What is twenty(by)telluride?
                                 
20 slides
x 20 seconds each
รท a theme
x a few great minds
=  twenty(by)telluride

Who among your friends and neighbors is in the limelight that night?

Brittany Miller, artist
Rosie Cusack, realtor
Anne Pizey, activist
Matthew Beaudin, journalist
Richard Arnold, artist
Mitch Mishky, pinball wizard
Suzanne Cheavens, writer, musician
George Greenbank, architect, historian
Pia, artist

 
For more information or to become a presenter, call  970.728.3930, or Telluride Arts.org, or go to Facebook , Twitter or at the Stronghouse Studios 283 South Fir Street in Telluride.

For more from Telluride Arts executive director Kate Jones about twenty(by)telluride, follow this link.

Oh and please remember Telluride Arts is 40 years old this year. The big party is on Saturday, September 10, 7 until close at the Sheridan Opera House for live performances, telethon finale, party, champagne toast, DJs and dancing.

 

 

 

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