Events Calendar

December 1, 2019
Aspen Art Museum Winter Exhibitions

The international contemporary art museum will see five distinctive artists throughout its winter season. Currently on view: Abraham Cruzvillegas’ Hi, how are you, Gonzo? (through Jan. 26), Seth Price’s No Technique (through March 1) and Oscar Murillo’s Social Attitude (through May 17). Yayoi Kusama’s Where the Lights in My Heart Go will open in December (Dec. 20 to May 10) and Lisa Yuskavage’s Wilderness in February (Feb. 16 through May 31). Through May 31, Tue.-Sun., 10am-6pm, free, Aspen Art Museum

December 16, 2019
Sharing Shakespeare Series

Aspen Institute's series explores William Shakespeare’s plays while volunteer moderators lead participants through lively discussions dissecting the intriguing themes and characters in Shakespeare that still resonate today. Participants read one play per month and share their insights and questions to reach a fuller understanding of the works. Dec. 16, Jan. 13, Feb. 10, March 16, April 20, May 11, June 15, 6:30-8:30pm, $225, (includes all sessions, reading materials, and refreshments; scholarships available), Koch Building, 1000 N. 3rd St,

January 23, 2020
ESPN Winter X Games

Aspen’s biggest party returns to Buttermilk Mountain for four days of intense competition between more than 200 world-class snow-sport athletes. Catch the thrill of watching these star snowboarders, skiers and snowmobilers as they vie for coveted medals and prize money. This year’s concert lineup includes Alesso, Rae Sremmurd, Illenium and Bazzi. Jan. 23-26, times vary, VIP packages $1,680, concerts from $25, Buttermilk Mountain,