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  • Aug 6

    • Wednesday, August 4, 6–9 PM
      Thursday, August 5, 2–8 PM
      Friday, August 6, 10 AM–2 PM

      Into the Wood is a new pop-up, interactive installation by Los Angeles–based artist Adam Stamp. Created for ArtCrush 2021 and presented by L'Officiel Magazine, Into the Wood will provide a backdrop for Aspen Art Museum visitors to be photographed.

      Registration required

    • 11 AM ArtCrush

      Private Collection Visit

      Invite Only

      The Aspen Art Museum has a historic program of collection visits, which offers access to some of Aspen’s most iconic private homes.

      Spaces for these visits are limited and priority will be given to AAM members

      If you are interested in joining this event or future collection visits, please see our membership benefits and become a member today!

    • 6:30 PM ArtCrush

      ArtCrush 2021


      Event co-chairs
      Amy Phelan and Jamie Tisch


      Email: For inquiries, please email us at eneckes@aspenartmuseum.org.

      Every August, the Aspen Art Museum hosts a week of events celebrating art and artists that lead up to our annual ArtCrush summer gala. This week honors those whose creativity and vision have the greatest impact on the field of contemporary art. The annual ArtCrush gala will end with a live auction of 10 incredible contemporary artworks.

  • Aug 10

    • 6 PM Experience

      Music with a View

      Open to all

      Registration Required

      Presented in collaboration with the Aspen Music Festival and School (AMFS), this free and inclusive chamber concert series features one-hour performances by the most advanced AMFS students and visiting musicians in Aspen.

  • Aug 13

    • With universal acclaim, vocalist Catherine Russell has performed on four continents. She’s been a hit at major Jazz Festivals including Monterey, Newport, North Sea, JazzAscona, Montreal, Bern, Rochester International, Panama, Tanglewood, and at sold-out venues like The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., Scullers in Boston, The Dakota in Minneapolis, Jazz at Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall in NYC, SFJazz in San Francisco, and Pasadena Pops in Los Angeles. All Music Guide says, “Russell emerged as a retro old school vocalist for the ages.”

  • Aug 14

    • With universal acclaim, vocalist Catherine Russell has performed on four continents. She’s been a hit at major Jazz Festivals including Monterey, Newport, North Sea, JazzAscona, Montreal, Bern, Rochester International, Panama, Tanglewood, and at sold-out venues like The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., Scullers in Boston, The Dakota in Minneapolis, Jazz at Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall in NYC, SFJazz in San Francisco, and Pasadena Pops in Los Angeles. All Music Guide says, “Russell emerged as a retro old school vocalist for the ages.”

  • Aug 15

    • Open to all

      Registration Required

      This bilingual program falls under the Art in the Outdoors program and provides opportunities for members of the Latino Community to access and enjoy public lands through hikes and restoration projects and includes an art making activity and a visit to the Aspen Art Museum.

    • Open to all

      Registration Required

      Close looking can help us see familiar things in a new way. The AAM welcomes the community to play and engage in Precious Okoyomon’s Every Earthly Morning the Sky’s Light touches Ur Life is Unprecedented in its Beauty, a combination of gardens, algae water, edible fruit and plant life, ceramic sculpture, and sound works.

      Planned in collaboration with Bluegreen garden project manager Rio Crandall and designer Preston Linck, participants can choose from a variety of guided activities located throughout the installation, including painting, plant identification, and selecting flowers for your own bouquet.

    • Born in Paris, France and raised in Mali and Senegal, West Africa, Pascal Bokar had a chance growing up to hear the musical, harmonic, melodic, rhythmic, dance and spoken words traditions of West African music and culture that informed his heritage through the musical legacies of instruments such as the Ngoni (banjo) or balafon (ancestor of xylophone) which will later define the early cultural and musical foundations of the American South through the migrations of West Africans through the Atlantic Slave Trade (1550-1888).

  • Aug 19

    • At the Hotel Jerome

      Free and open to the public

      Registration Required

      Immerse yourself in an evening of inspiration, enveloped in history within the storied walls of the Wheeler Room at Hotel Jerome as three curators offer a behind the scenes look at the remarkable trajectory of the Aspen Art Museum from the past 42 years, from its beginnings as a scrappy and adventurous artist-driven start-up in 1979 to its current state as a taste-making force in the contemporary art world.