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Brian Colley

Brian Colley is an artist and works as the Gallery Manager at Carbondale Arts. He also hosts Express Yourself on KDNK.

  • This week on Express Yourself we delve into Youth Summer Camps with Carbondale Arts, The Clay Center and the Artbase, Stephanie Soldner fills us in on all the summer classes and events at the Soldner Center and Nancy Lovendahl stops by to chat about her open studio this weekend and her Denver exhibition called Listen or Your Tongue Will Make You Deaf.
  • This week on Express Yourself we hear from all 6 of the Aspen Artist Museum Artist Fellows prior to their public presentation this coming Wednesday evening.
  • This week on Express Yourself we talk with Rob Miller and Pickin Productions about all the music he is bringing to the Western Slope, Missy Moore and Dani Taylor stop by to talk about all the exciting news coming out of Thunder River Theatre and we go live to the Family Block Party and Pride Parade.
  • This week on Express Yourself we continue coverage of the 5Point Film Festival with a visit from PlanetWalker John Francis and professional adventurer and social activist, Timmy O'Niell talk about the Saturday morning Changemakers Program at 5Point, Consensual Improv returns for some giggles in advance of their May 3rd Thunder River Theatre show and Ashley Mosher stops by to talk about her Exhibition Intimate Landscapes showing at the Carbondale Arts Gallery through May 16th.
  • On this week's episode of Express Yourself we catch up with 5Point Film executive director Luis Yllanes joined by special guests: local creative Lara Whitley and renowned filmmaker Taylor Rees who are both participating in this year's festival coming to Carbondale next week; we'll also talk with Jahn Carlos Neri who is the Basalt High School art teacher, ahead of his solo show "Hypermnesia" opening Friday at The Art Base.
  • This week on Express Yourself, learn all about the big art reveal event at El Dorado in Carbondale Friday night with a new mysterious creation by artists Andrew Chandler and Brian Colley, joined by owner Michael Arnold; a new restaurant in Glenwood Springs (Himalayan Cuisine) hosts its grand opening celebration this weekend, hear all about it from its Carbondale-based founders Devika, Krishna, and Ranjan; plus a conversation with Toddy Walters about her one-night-only performance with special guests at Thunder River Theatre called "Trying Myself on for Size" as part of the Signature Cabaret Series this Sunday evening.
  • This week on Express Yourself: Amy Kimberly talks with SoL Theatre Executive Director Jennifer Johnson about their current production of Bridge to Terabithia; we get a visit from the Aspen Choral Society ahead of their weekend performance series of "The Drop That Contained the Sea" by Christopher Tin; and visual artists Elizabeth Morisette and Cassie Chalfant talk about their collaborative exhibition opening at The Art Base in Basalt.
  • This week on Express Yourself we delve deep into Green Is the New Black Fashion Extravaganza with youth designers from the Carbondale Arts/Project Shop collaboration, a check in with Director of Dance, Meagan Londy Shapiro and dancers and models Sam Stableford and Emmet Garcelon . We finish the show with artists Claire Wright and Chris Erickson, whose show, “Interdimensional Threads” opens to the public on First Friday at Carbondale Arts.
  • This week on Express Yourself we get a visit from Aerial Artists Stacy Everson and Brinlee Graves as they get ready to perform in The Queen's Court this weekend. We hear from Lissa Ballinger and Andrew Travers who juried this year's 4 Rivers Biennial Show at the Aspen Chapel Gallery and we interview Fran Page from Aspen Dance Connection and Maputo Mensah, who is performing at Libraries and schools around the valley.
  • This week on Express Yourself, Gregory Stump, aka "Stumpy" talks with Aly Sanguily about his vintage ski films that are showing every Wednesday this month in partnership with Aspen Film; Elissa Rodman shares about her role as fashion designer for Carbondale Arts' "Green Is the New Black" event coming in March; and we catch up with Fort Collins-based breakdance and hip hop teacher Kevin Yu who comes to The Launchpad this Saturday offering a free class for teens and adults.