In January, we shared our plans for opening our first show house in Colorado – the Mountain Lane Show House. Fast forward to March, and we are well underway. The show house, located in Aspen Snowmass, is the first of its kind and will be the future home of LUDC’s founder and CEO Laura Umansky and her family. 

Scheduled to open in the Fall of 2021 – we are honored to announce that the Anderson Ranch Arts Center will be the beneficiary of the Aspen show house opening’s ticket sales. The center is the pillar of the Aspen arts community and has inspired all of us at LUDC. Founded in 1966, the Anderson Ranch Arts Center campus spans five acres and brings together artists of all levels from across the country and around the world to explore new ideas, hone their art making skills and engage in meaningful dialog. 

“Creativity is at the center of everything we do at LUDC, said Umansky. “One of our clients in Houston introduced us to Anderson Ranch – which really shows their reach and impact. We are thrilled to be a part of the Snowmass community and we are proud to partner with such an inspirational organization.” 

In-person and virtual tickets will go on sale this summer with 100% of the proceeds benefiting Anderson Ranch. Head over to the Mountain Lane Show House blog to learn more about the history of Anderson Ranch, our partnership, and the Snowmass community. 

Anderson Ranch Arts Center Office in Aspen

For fifty-five years, the faculty, students and board of Anderson Ranch have demonstrated their commitment to the arts and to the community. We are honored to partner with the Ranch! Photo courtesy of Anderson Ranch.