Arts

3:35pm

Wed November 20, 2013
CrossCurrents

CrossCurrents - Binge TV Viewing & Pop Culture Review

Off season binge TV viewing and pop culture review with Laura Thielen, Artistic Director of Aspen Film and Stewart Oksenhorn, Arts Editor of the Aspen Times.

3:28pm

Mon November 18, 2013
First Draft

First Draft - Robert Stone

Robert Stone
Credit Phyllis Rose

Robert Stone is the author of two short story collections, one memoir and eight novels. Stone won the National Book Award for his novel Dog Soldiers in 1975. It was adapted into the film Who’ll Stop the Rain. He was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize twice. He has received Guggenheim and National Endowment for the Humanities fellowships. His memoir Prime Green: Remembering the Sixties chronicles his live in the navy, work as a Vietnam correspondent, and his time spent with Allen Ginsberg, Neal Cassady and Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters in San Francisco. His new novel is Death of the Black-Haired Girl.

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3:28pm

Wed November 13, 2013
CrossCurrents

CrossCurrents - Literature Out Loud

Literature Out Loud is a program of storytelling for adults presented by the Pitkin County Library. Guests are Janice Estey, Program coordinator and Lee Sullivan, a local actor and frequent reader at Literature Out Loud.

3:27pm

Wed November 6, 2013
CrossCurrents

CrossCurrents - Aspen Community Theatre presents "The Producers"

Aspen Community Theatre's fall production of "The Producers" takes the stage this week and next. Director Wendy Moore and star Bob Moore talk about the show and their experiences working together on the production as husband and wife.

www.aspencommunitytheatre.com/

6:35am

Tue November 5, 2013
Winifred Carol Wyman

Speaking Through Paint

Painting by Winifred Carol Wyman
Credit Wyly Community Art Center

The artworks of a newly discovered artist go on display tomorrow (11/6/2013) at the Wyly Community Art Center in Basalt.  The 25 works by Winifred Carol Wyman are an explosion of luxuriant color.  The paintings depict figures that alternate between ferocious and serene postures, all done with dauntless brushstrokes of thick heavy paint.  The work commands a viewer’s attention.  Aspen Public Radio's Roger Adams reports.

“Winifred is a very unique artist.  She’s completely self-taught.”

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