Telluride Arts: Telluride Art + Architecture Returns, Tickets Now!

Telluride Arts: Telluride Art + Architecture Returns, Tickets Now!

For more information about Telluride Arts’ Art & Architecture or to support the renovation of the Transfer Warehouse, contact Telluride Arts at 970-728-3930,, or find the non-profit online at

Three types of credentials are for sale now for Art & Architecture 2022, including the all-inclusive Patron pass at $600 per person; the Weekend pass for $225 per person; and the Single Day Home Tour pass for $110 per person. The total number of credentials offered for sale will be limited to 350 guests. Tickets for single events will also be offered.

Visit here for the full schedule of events, tickets, inclusions and to purchase.

More here about Telluride Arts and the Transfer Warehouse.

Mark your calendar. Telluride Arts’ Art & Architecture takes place July 11 – 17, 2022. The week-long immersive art experience showcases the architectural, design, fine art and other creative talents of the Telluride region.

Returning after a pandemic associated two year hiatus that unwittingly illustrated the importance of great residential design and during which art became a creative outlet for many, Art + Architecture will offer an expanded schedule of interactive community activities.

Telluride Arts District Executive Director, Kate Jones is looking forward to the 2022 event:

“We’ve missed each other. We’ve missed exploring the beautiful homes in our community and giving painters, musicians, chefs, winemakers, brewers, poets, actors and artists of all kinds the opportunity to connect with each other and the community in this unique context.”

Architect Jodie Shike Wright of One Architects Telluride, one of the founders of the event, adds an historical point-of-view:

“Ten years ago we held the first Art + Architecture Weekend. Studios, galleries and homes were opened and guests strolled the streets of Telluride exploring all of this creativity. It was wonderful! We’ll do that again in July with an expanded calendar of events for both art lovers and residential design aficionados.”

Art is going digital  and Telluride Arts + Architecture is here to help artists and collectors explore that world. Sessions educate artists about how to create and market art as a non-fungible token (NFT); collectors can learn about how to purchase and enjoy non-fungible token artworks. These sessions will be led by Telluride’s Brooke Einbender, a.k.a. “Mindbender Art.”

As part of the new ArtTrails experience, Brooke’s installation of doors will stand along the Boulevard Trail in Mountain Village. The Unknown Zone project bridges physical art with virtual experiences and NFTs.

TurnTable on Friday night will explore the world of music album and tour poster art and the collaboration between the artists. The evening will include lyric inspired small bites and music from the album.

Architectural journalist John Gendall will be joined by Transfer Warehouse architect, Tom Kundig, for the global launch of John’s design book, “Rocky Mountain Modern,” which presents inspiring modern residences set in the stunning landscapes of the Rockies.

The Home Tour returns with all the elements guests love: visionary architect and designer work; fine art created by talented locals; entertaining performances; delicious small bites; and a broad menu of beverages to be enjoyed by guests at every stop.

Jodie adds:

“We are grateful for the enthusiasm for the return of Telluride Art + Architecture. There is so much creativity, so much art to share in Telluride, please join us, as we come together July 11 – 17, 2022 to celebrate with a new appreciation Art + Architecture.”

About Telluride Arts:

Your local arts council, Telluride Arts, is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization established on November 17, 1971 as the Telluride Council of the Arts and Humanities, and known as TCAH. The organization was the first non-profit in the region, and served to incubate a culture of the arts that has come to define Telluride as more than a ski resort.

Over the years the mission of Telluride Arts has remained virtually unchanged, and its holistic ethos remains steadfast. The focus of the organization is to elevate and promote a culture of the arts in the Telluride Arts District, which is comprised of numerous institutions, activities, and events that engage extraordinary artists from around the region and across the globe.

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