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Aspen Art Museum

  • Jul 23

    • 6 PM Education Program

      Music with A View

      This free chamber concert series is presented in collaboration with the Aspen Music Festival and School (AMFS). The series features one-hour performances by the most advanced AMFS students and visiting musicians in Aspen.

      Let art and spectacular views elevate your experience of music with the Aspen Art Museum.

  • Jul 30

  • Jul 31

    • On the occasion of In the House of the Trembling Eye, a museum-wide exhibition staged by painter Allison Katz, the artist will be in conversation with curator and art historian James Meyer. Their dialogue will center upon the concept of collections, both public and private, and the drives that fuel an accumulation of art.

    • On the rooftop of the Aspen Art Museum, renowned musicians Jason Moran and Alicia Hall Moran will deliver an intimate performance of piano and vocals, bringing together Alicia’s operatic prowess with Jason’s jazz compositions. Partners in life and frequent collaborators in work, both Alicia and Jason are recognized for their respective pioneering innovations in the performing arts.

  • Aug 1

    • Free and open to the public. Special thanks to Erin Leider-Pariser.

      Join us for a morning hike on the Smuggler Mountain Trailhead Parking with Lena Henke, whose exhibition, You and your vim, is currently on view on the rooftop of the Aspen Art Museum.

      Please come prepared with your own water, sun protection, and appropriate footwear.

    • Please join us for an artist talk by Jacqueline Humphries—one of this year’s recipients of the Aspen Award for Art.

    • Free with registration; Members get priority access. This event has a limited capacity.

      Join us for a conversation on collecting design with entrepreneur and collector Craig Robins. As the CEO and President of Dacra, the real estate development company he founded in 1987, Robins focuses on developing creative communities that integrate art, design, and architecture to accelerate asset value creation and enrich urban life. Among other strategic projects, Robins has transformed the Miami Design District into one of the most important global centers for design, fashion, food, and art.

      AAM talks and lectures are presented as part of the Questrom Lecture Series and made possible by the Questrom Education Fund.


      A summer concert by Ryan Trecartin in collaboration with Michael Beharie, Lizzie Fitch, Ashland Mines and Aaron David Ross featuring Jason Moran and the Aspen Contemporary Ensemble

  • Aug 2

    • Led by artist Himali Singh Soin and musician David Soin Tappeser, Ancestors of the Blue Moon combines flash fictions set in the Himalayas and a gong bath, evoking animistic rituals and remedies, mystical geometries, old-new materialisms, and spirit realisms. This performance marks the first time this gong bath will be held outdoors, at the base of a mountainous landscape.

    • Please join us for a conversation between Shigeru Ban and Hans Ulrich Obrist. On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the museum’s renowned building on the corner of Hyman and Spring streets, Ban and Obrist will discuss the architect’s singular approach to materials, and his ongoing efforts in disaster relief architecture.