March 13, 2018
Derek Johnston Exhibit at Anderson Ranch
Photographer Derek Johnston’s “Colorado’s Fourteeners” exhibition is featured at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass until April 20.
Johnston photographed all of Colorado’s 14,000-foot peaks primarily with a 4×5 view camera and black and white film. A sense of idealism and commitment to revealing more than just the geography of these majestic mountains resulted in over two decades of climbing and photographing. Working in all seasons with extremely variable weather conditions, Johnston spent countless days in high places waiting for the perfect combinations of light and weather. 5263 Owl Creek Rd., andersonranch.org
April 13, 2018
The Art Base presents Healing Process: Summers Moore
The exhibit will continue through May 4.
Summers Moore's opening reception at The Art Base will be held from 5-7pm on April 13. The exhibit will showcase a retrospective of the past 20 years, with an emphasis on the past 10. Healing Process features a diverse range of photography, sketches and acrylic abstractions—focusing on “where we are now” and “how we got here” as seen through the artist’s eyes. To read more, visit photomoore.comor theartbase.org.
April 19, 2018
5 Point Adventure Film Festival
Continues through April 22.
The sell-out flagship festival, which was founded in 2008 by former Climbing Magazine owner, Julie Kennedy, former owner of Climbing Magazine, and founder of outdoor brand Patagonia, Yvon Chouinard, offers audiences a taste of adventure through the lens, with a compelling program of more than 50 short films, panel discussions, community events, parties and more during the four-day event. This year marks 5Point’s 11th anniversary, with a festival theme entitled Our Stories, Our Lands, in honor of public lands and will emphasize the importance and value of public lands. The theme is fitting not only on a national level as public lands use is under increasing debate by the US government.
5Point will also host a Trailer Drop at Marble Distillery’s Marble Bar, 150 Main Street, Carbondale, 5-7 pm, Thursday April 5, 2018, previewing the festival trailer as a community warm-up for the 2018 event. Admission for this event is free.