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Vail ART Pass now available through Art in Public Places

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Over the past year, Vail ART Pass highlights included tours of renowned private art collections with receptions and the opportunity to meet artist James Surls at his studio. This year's pass is now available for purchase at www.vailgov.com/art-membership-form.
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Upcoming events

• 10:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, June 25 — Brunch at the Vail Chophouse in Lionshead: A light brunch will be served as members have an opportunity to meet and mingle. Following, members are invited to tour the Vail Arts Festival in Lionshead. More than 80 artists from around the country display their art over the weekend at this juried arts festival celebrating 32 years in Vail.

•10:30 a.m. Friday, July 15 — Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass: Members will tour the facilities of the ranch, followed by their popular Lunchtime Auctionette. A barbecue lunch is served with an auction of original artwork by Anderson Ranch faculty, visiting artists, students, interns and staff.

• Aug. 12-21 (exact date to be determined) — Breckenridge International Festival of Arts and tour of the Breckenridge Arts District.

• September (exact date to be determined) — Denver Museum of Art: Tours of the exhibitions “Women of Abstract Expressionism,” “Rhythm & Roots: Dance in American Art” and at the Denver Botanic Garden Stories in Sculpture: Selections from the Walker Art Center Collection.

VAIL — Vail Art Pass will commence this month, celebrating a second season after a successful launch last summer. The Vail Art Pass gathers a community of individuals with an interest in the visual arts, sponsored by Art in Public Places.

Throughout the past year, Vail Art Pass highlights included tours of renowned private art collections with receptions, a full-day excursion to Carbondale with a tour of the Powers Art Center and the opportunity to meet artist James Surls at his studio. Members also took part in a tour of the new Betty Ford Alpine Education Center and Gardens with Executive Director Nicola Ripleyand were invited to signature events and receptions sponsored by Art in Public Places throughout the year.

Visit http://www.artinvail.com to sign up for the annual $50 membership to receive preferential access to events. Events will have limited occupancy and are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. If space is available, events will be open to the public for a fixed fee per event. Guests must be registered to attend events.



For more information about programming and to join this group of art enthusiasts, visit http://www.artinvail.com or contact Art in Public Places coordinator Molly Eppard with questions about the Vail Art Pass at 970-479-2344 or meppard@vail gov.com.


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