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  • Feb 17, 2023

  • Feb 18, 2023

    • Free and open to the public.
      RSVP encouraged

      Join us for a public talk on Buddhism and the Ego with an extended Q & A with Trungram Gyalwa Rinpoche, the head of the Trungram lineage and one of the highest tulkus of the Kagyu lineage of Tibetan Buddhism. This meditation will touch on themes related to Sanya Kantarovsky’s exhibition A Solid House.

    • Tickets on sale now!

      Ski House is back at Aspen Art Museum, Saturday February 18th to present the incredibly talented Tara Brooks. Also featuring an opening set from Ski House residents Golden & Chris Cauldron plus high-grade lighting and sound, this is one you surely don’t want to miss!

  • Feb 19, 2023

  • Feb 21, 2023

    • 3 PM Pitkin County Library

      Story Art Workshop:
      The Rainbow Fish

      Join us for a new program in partnership with the Pitkin County Library! Preschool-aged children accompanied by an adult are invited to participate in storytime with a paired art project led by children’s librarian Noelle Edwards and Aspen Art Museum educator Courtney!

      This event will take place in the Dunaway Community Meeting Room and each session is limited to 10 participants.

      Please register below to guarantee a space! For questions, please email Noelle Edwards or call 970.429.1931.

  • Feb 22, 2023

  • Feb 25, 2023

    • Join us Saturday from 5–9 PM for the return of the weekly Saturday Après Party on our rooftop.

      Featuring cocktails from The Slippery Slope, snacks from the new Rooftop Café, and music by Golden.

  • Feb 28, 2023

  • Mar 4, 2023

    • Join us for a livestreamed event inspired by the major exhibition Hervé Télémaque: A Hopscotch of the Mind, presented by Serpentine and Aspen Art Museum, celebrating the work of pioneering Haitian artist, Hervé Télémaque.

      Double Language invites world-renowned artists, writers and thinkers to respond to the rich visual lexicon crafted by Télémaque, and explore how his decade-spanning practice continues to influence the role of language and literature in art today.