Fine art photography exhibit coming to Colorado Mountain College

“Juniper’s Last Gasp” by Raj Manickam is one of the pieces on exhibit at the Photo Pensato Fine Art Photography Show at CMC Vail Valley at Edwards.

Colorado Mountain College Vail Valley at Edwards will host an exhibit from Photo Pensato that showcases fine art photography including landscape, abstract, portrait, still life and much more.

A reception for the exhibit will be held Friday, August 13 from 5-7 p.m. at Colorado Mountain College Vail Valley at Edwards. The first-floor exhibit continues through September 17.

CMC features ‘Extreme Fire’ with Grizzly Creek Fire’s Kale Casey

Kale Casey was one of the lead information officers during last summer’s Grizzly Creek Fire in and around Glenwood Canyon. On April 15, he’ll discuss wildfire behavior, and talk about ways to protect yourself and your property from wildfires. Photo Kari Greer/Photo Kari Greer/USDA Forest Service

Webex talk to be held April 15

Read ‘The Sun Does Shine’ with Colorado Mountain College

Anthony Ray Hinton’s memoir, “The Sun Does Shine,” is the 2020-21 Common Reader selection at Colorado Mountain College. A survivor of criminal injustice, Hinton will give two virtual presentations on XXXXXXXX.

In 1985, Anthony Ray Hinton was convicted of two counts of capital murder. He spent 30 years locked in solitary confinement on death row at Holman State Prison in Alabama for crimes he did not commit. His memoir, “The Sun Does Shine,” describes how he was able to not only persevere but to triumph over… Continue reading Read ‘The Sun Does Shine’ with Colorado Mountain College

CMC cross-country team competes in first-ever regionals

Colorado Mountain College second-year runner Jason Macaluso of Vail, in blue, earned all-region honors for his fourth-place finish at the NJCAA Region IX Championships on Saturday, Oct. 31, in Alamosa, Colorado.

Colorado Mountain College men’s and women’s cross-country teams competed at the NJCAA Region IX Championships Oct. 31, 2020, for the first time in the college’s history.

Both teams placed second behind Trinidad State Junior College in the meet held in Alamosa, Colorado.

Sopris Theatre Company introduces innovative season

From left, Midge Gladwell, Mary San Miguel, Colton Grove and Kestra Arrington block out a scene for “Rogues’ Gallery,” Sopris Theatre Company’s first virtual production of 2020-21, Nov. 6-15. The company is adopting new techniques such as green screens and physical distancing as they rehearse for the new season.

Colorado Mountain College revisualizes the theatrical performance

CANCELED: CMC culinary students preparing annual dinner

Student chefs from the CMC Culinary Institute, like these from last year, are preparing to delight diners at a fundraising dinner on March 26, 2020. Shown left to right are CMC culinary apprentices Jeff Plamer (second year) and Sylvaking Addo (third year), with alumnus Christian Andersen. Photo Charles Engelbert

Popular ‘Haute Cuisine’ fundraiser at Keystone Ranch

Snowshoe racing to reach new heights at CMC Leadville

Colorado Mountain College Leadville is gearing up to host the 2020 Dion Snowshoes U.S. National Snowshoe Championships Feb. 28-March 1. The races will be held on the trails adjacent to the college’s Leadville campus, like those here during the 2020 Colorado Cup snowshoe races on Jan. 25, 2020. Photo Rachel Brunetti

U.S. national snowshoe championships coming to Leadville Feb. 28-March 1