Published on Thursday, March 26 2015 14:06
Priscilla Cohan and Cathy Rivers, the driving forces behind the community mosaic art project known as The Clarifier Project, are moving forward toward a finished product, and together with David Bailey of Urban Oasis Designs presented their progress, goals, and a conceptual site plan to the Board of Trustees at last week’s workshop.
Published on Tuesday, March 10 2015 09:22
Join MESA for our Sexual Assault Awareness Month kick-off event. Experience powerful poetry performances that will inspire you to make moves toward ending sexual assault. Be Moved: Poetry for Sexual Assault Awareness will be held on Thursday, April 2, 6 pm, a The Diary Center For the Arts, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder.
Dominique Christina and Denice Frohman are Sister Outsider. This duo represents two of the top three female slam poets in the world. Their
Published on Thursday, March 05 2015 12:44
The University of Colorado Museum of Natural History, in partnership with The Wilderness Society, is proud to host the traveling exhibition The Wilderness Act at 50: A Celebration of Colorado Wilderness, featuring twenty framed photographs of Colorado Wilderness Areas by
Published on Thursday, March 05 2015 12:30
The City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department encourages local artists to submit artwork for its summer “Art Inspired by the Land” exhibition, an art show that celebrates the lands OSMP conserves and maintains. This community event will showcase art created by community artists and inspired by OSMP’s diverse landscapes.
Published on Thursday, February 19 2015 17:09
down winding road
Published on Thursday, February 12 2015 13:27
Published on Thursday, December 25 2014 14:51
The Grinch grew a heart
Scrooge did too
Published on Thursday, December 18 2014 11:54
By Bonnie DiSalvo
Snow flakes are in the air
magic is everywhere
Published on Wednesday, November 26 2014 16:03
Lyons artist/sculptor John King is known throughout the state for his colorful, kinetic, and somewhat whimsical sculptures, sometimes referred to by our local pre-school art aficionados as “wind-spinners.”