Join us for a flight of pinot noir and a very special screening of the justly celebrated adaption of Raymond Chandler’s classic novel. Private detective Philip Marlowe (Humphrey Bogart) is hired by a wealthy family and before the complex case is over, he’s seen murder, blackmail, and what might be love. Chandler’s core story, the peerless sexual innuendo between Bogart and Lauren Bacall (that somehow slipped past the censors) stack up in a classic that “holds out its hand for a right turn signal, then takes a left.” $30, includes film and a flight of pinot noir. Included in your festival pass.
Celebrated nature writer and essayist Leath Tonino leads you on a gentle hike exploring the intersection of text and place. Read classic and contemporary nature prose while contemplating your own writing. Good shoes, hat, and water recommended. Meet at Three Ladies Park, 31 Butte Ave, Crested Butte.
Leath Tonino is the author of the essay collections The Animal One Thousand Miles Long and The West Will Swallow You. He recently spent a month as an artist-in-residence in Utah’s Capitol Reef National Park, hiking, writing, and rolling his sleeping bag out in an orchard each night.
When: Monday June 21 – 25
Time: 9:30 am – 1:00 pm
Where: Meet at the Center
Cost: $130 for the week or $30 per class
Available for purchase now through March 27!
For purchases made now through March 12, a link will be sent to you on March 13. For purchases made on or after March 13, the link will be sent within 48 hours after your purchase. Use the link to view the performance at your leisure!
By donation. Suggested donation of $10 for individuals and $25 for groups.
“A Safe Place” is a dynamic and exciting West African performance with renowned artist Fara Tolno, from Guinea, West Africa. Accompanied by his brother Etienne Tolno and a variety of student artists, this theater performance will include two pieces from the Crested Butte community who participated in a 3-week Artist in Residency study with Fara in partnership with the Center for the Arts, as well as incredible drum and dance performances by Fara and members of the Kissidugu ensemble. Live drumming arrangements, choreography, and original music by Fara Tolno.
Fara’s concept behind this piece: “We need to be safe at this point in time and our planet is calling out for help from all of us. This is the time to deal with our own issues that we have not been dealing with and to love everyone unconditionally.” Kissidugu means “a safe place.” This cultural arts extravaganza is sure to provide viewers of all ages a rich experience that promotes wellness and increases unity.
All proceeds go to support further cultural arts programming in CB and that a portion of proceeds go to the Kissidugu School of Music, Dance and Education in Guinea.
Video available March 13 for viewing at your leisure.