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Telluride Festival of the Arts

The Telluride Festival of the Arts (TFA) is an annual weekend-long, culinary and visual arts event held in Mountain Village. Produced by the nationally renowned Cherry Creek Arts Festival, the Telluride Festival of the Arts hosts national and regional professional visual artists from across the United States in a one-of-a-kind outdoor exhibition nestled in a box canyon surrounded by the majestic 13,000ft peaks of San Juan Mountains.

The 2010 Telluride Festival of the Arts offers delight for food, wine, art, and music lovers alike by bringing together a common passion for food, art and entertainment. Highlights of the 2010 festival include the signature Grand Tasting and a nationally juried art show featuring artists in 13 different media categories that include ceramics, digital art, drawing, fiber, glass, graphics and printmaking, jewelry, metal-works, mixed media, painting, photography, sculpture and wood. The art show is free to the public. At the Grand Tasting, patrons enjoy the remarkable tastes of local restaurants, breweries, fine wineries and spirits for an evening of culinary and social celebration.

To book a lodging package for Telluride Festival of the Arts, call Telluride Central Reservations at 888.605.2578.

Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association presents the Telluride Festival of the Arts, which is sponsored by Cherry Creek Arts Festival, Colorado Homes & Lifestyles, The Peaks Resort & Spa, Plum TV and Republic National Distributing Company.
 

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2010 Telluride Festival of the Arts: Commemorative Poster Artwork
"Beginning" (2010) - Mixed Media, Robert Kilgore, Aurora, Colorado
About Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association
 

Telluride Mountain Village Owners Association (“MVOA) is a membership organization serving property owners in Mountain Village, Colorado, with an ultimate goal of ensuring that Telluride Mountain Village is a highly sustainable and vital resort community. The funds collected by TMVOA from real estate transfer assessments and monthly member dues provide for and support affordable housing, assist with the creation of a stable work force, support regional transportation and create strategies to increase tourism. For more information, please call (970) 369-7623 or visit www.tmvoa.org.

 

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