Entries by Erin

Reducing our carbon footprint with electric car sharing

The Telluride Fire Festival is always looking at ways to reduce it’s carbon footprint. To help with this effort, the Festival is offering the use of two electric cars for rent by the hour or day. If you are interested in using an electric car, please email Erin. The Festival also will be using the […]

Student sculptures premiered at The Mine event during MountainFilm

This past November, youth from three counties met in Telluride for the 2nd annual two-day STEAM program  involving five educational themes. Local artist Dan Gundrum along with visiting artists Brent Cain and Andy McKim were the facilitators for the students at the Deep Creek Experimental artists enclave known as The Mine and the Ah Haa […]

Telluride Fire Festival & Burning Man Global Art Grant Application

The Festival is pleased to announce the recent invitation to submit a full proposal to Burning Man Global Art Grants for our interactive, community-driven sculpture for Telluride. The Festival is partnering with Dan Gundrum and Angela Watkins‘ Telluride High School students. The goal is to create a sculpture that will be on permanent display in […]

Intro to Hoop Juggling Techniques – Dec. 7, Wilkinson Public Library

In this class Juan will be going over three different techniques that you can manipulate your circles with. The three techniques are rolls, balance, and tossing. At the end of the class you will start to sequence all three together to make cool patterns that everyone will enjoy! Some of the sequencing patterns will include continuous lazies, continuous tomahawks, mutiplex wall/wheel, continuous neck rolls, and juggle to forhead balance. This workshop is one hour and is free and open to all ages. Please reserve your space online in advance as space is limited.

Book The Festival Art Car For A Wedding!

Reserve the Festival’s one-of-a-kind flaming art car for your next event or wedding. The cost is tax deductible and it supports the nonprofit’s January Festival and fall youth workshops. It’s a win-win for everyone. The Shack To-Hell-U-Ride is a cozy replica of a 100-year-old miner’s shack with a bed, historic ice box, real working vintage […]

TellurideTV Creates Video for the Festival!

We’re psyched to show off the new video created by TellurideTV to help the Festival in it’s fundraising efforts. Please share video with people who would like to support our youth scholarship programs or free fire art and performances in January.