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Leading arts incubator welcomes the newest class of national and international artists to thriving arts destination in the Colorado mountains
Santa Claus in the James Turrell Skyspace, a yule log hidden in the forest, the festival Dec. 2 in Green Mountain Falls combines artistic majesty with a dose of nostalgia.
For those looking to escape the daily bustle below Pikes Peak whether it be from work, school or simply needing a change of scenery, a day trip up Ute Pass along U.S. 24 is sure to satisfy.
This year’s roster of national performers includes the Paul Taylor Dance Company from New York City; the Delbert Anderson Trio, who plays a mix of Latinx, southwest, jazz, funk and hip-hop; and Larry & Joe, a bilingual duo who blend Venezuelan folk songs with bluegrass.
The Green Box Arts Festival in Green Mountain Falls, a small mountain town twenty minutes from Colorado Springs, is unlike anything else in Colorado.
Mayor Todd Dixon and the Green Mountain Falls Board of Trustees welcomed the Green Box Arts Festival with a proclamation recognizing arts and culture in the town.
Celebrating 15 years of providing exemplary visual and performing arts experiences, Green Box this summer has masterfully curated more than 80 performances, events, and classes for residents and visitors for the community of Green Mountain Falls.