Colorado Mountain College Aspen campus gallery student art show opening reception, 5-7p.m. Friday, features paintings, drawings and photography through May 6. Information: 925-7740.Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts all-members show artist reception, annual meeting, and open house, 7 p.m. Saturday with complimentary refreshments, wine and soft drinks. Information: 945-2414.Main Street Gallerys Vanishing Point Wulfsohn Ranch: An Artists Tribute through Jan. 29. More than 25 artists display their artistic renditions of the old Wulfsohn Ranch, the site of the new Glenwood Meadows outdoor mall, in clay, watercolor, oil, and pastel. Information: 945-4817.Art Integrating Nature & Technology by Andrew Roberts-Gray and Messages in Everyday Objects: Pottery by Annette Roberts-Gray through Feb. 25, Colorado Mountain Colleges Glenwood Springs Gallery, 831 Grand Ave. Information: 947-6367.The More Brush Strokes exhibit, featuring oil and acrylic paintings by Aspen-area artists, runs through March 5 at the Aspen Chapel. Information: 925-7184.New this year, the Aspen Art Museum has added musical performances to its monthly Art After Hours receptions. Now showing: Dirk Skreber in the lower gallery and From Pollock to Marden: Post-War Works on Paper from the Collection of Susan and Larry Marx in the upper gallery. The museum offers free admission from 57 p.m. every Thursday during exhibitions. The next special Art After Hours receptions will be Feb. 24 and March 17. Information: 920-8050.
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A 42-year-old snowboarder died Wednesday afternoon at Aspen Highlands after crashing into a tree on the Y12 line in Highland Bowl, according to the Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office and Aspen Skiing Co.