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 […]
The Festival has created an amazing two-day program for local and regional students involving five educational themes. Students will spend two days with artists, teachers, scientists, engineers, and crafts persons who will mentor them in the areas of their expertise. The students and their mentors will then create a group art installation using their newfound skills and knowledge, which will be showcased at the January Fire Art Festival in Telluride.
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 […]
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.
The Festival wishes to thank MTNtown Magazine for the support for the 4th annual Telluride Fire Festival! You can pick up the latest copy of the informative magazine at Clark’s Market, Natural Grocer’s or City Market.