Ouray to hold First of four Art Walks
The town of Ouray will hold the first of four scheduled summer Art Walks from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday on Main Street. The walk includes 10 galleries offering a blend of art including handmade jewelry, pastel and pencil drawings, watercolor, acrylic and oil paintings, photography, pottery, custom metal work, textile work, stained glass, multimedia, wood and metal sculpture, and glassworks.
The Ouray art scene includes traditional, contemporary, abstract, surrealist, naïve, African, South American, authentic Native American, western, cowboy and wildlife art as well as a new sculpture garden.
The Ouray Art Walk will be held the second Saturday of each month through September. Ouray Art Walk makes a special attempt to provide a creative platform for young upcoming musicians and poets from the local community to perform at these venues. The Art Walk also allows for the opening of studios to the public.
To view the Ouray Art Walk map, visit www.dreamtimearts.org/gallery/ourayartwalk. For more information, call Lizelle at (808) 497-2606 or email email@example.com.
Stadium 9 to show free summer movies
The Storyteller Theatres Durango Stadium 9 will offer free kids movies Tuesdays and Wednesdays this summer, sponsored by First National Bank of Durango. Doors open at 9:30 a.m. and movies will start at 10 a.m. Tickets will not be issued; individuals will be admitted into the theater until it is full.
The films to be shown are How to Train Your Dragon (Tuesday and Wednesday); Kung Fu Panda (June 21 and 22); Despicable Me (June 28 and 29); The Chronicles of Narnia (July 5 and 6); and Happy Feet (July 12 and 13).
The theater is located at 900 Trans-Lux Drive next to the Durango Mall. For more information, call 247-9799.