Booktalk: Andre Dubus III and “Townie”

This is a memoir about a tough childhood in Massachusetts. Andre also touches on his time in Boulder and describes one of the most unusual writing methods I’ve ever heard. And I’ve heard hundreds.  His newest book is “Dirty Love.” […]

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Arts Education in Public Schools

“The good news is that more than 98% of elementary students have some arts education.” Sheila Sears Deputy Director with Colorado Creative Industries says there is good access to arts education for younger students in Colorado , that drops to […]

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Metro Arts: Supporting Local Art with CSArt Colorado

Modeled closely on the buy ­direct, buy ­local spirit of Community Supported Agriculture, Community Supported Art Colorado (CSArt Colorado) is a collaboration between Denver Botanic Gardens and the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. CSArt Colorado offers art lovers the opportunity to own a […]

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Painting the Way We Learn

“Education is not just something that happens to you, education is something that you can actively engage in and pursue.” Alicia Goode-Allen, graduated from the Dawson School in Boulder County last year and is currently on a gap year before […]

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Postcards to the Earth

In Boulder, The NOBO, North Boulder Arts District will be featuring a First Friday event with great artists, live demonstrations, workshops and more. Premiering tonight in Annette Coleman’s artist studio at 4593 Broadway, is a unique exhibition called Postcards to […]

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2nd Annual Boulder Arts Week: March 27 – April 4

Boulder Arts Week is back! The 2nd annual Boulder Arts Week, will celebrate over 100 boulder artists and arts organizations, and it kicks off at 5:30pm Friday night, March 27 with an opening party at Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. […]

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Boulder International Film Festival

The 11th Annual Boulder InternationalFilm Festival (BIFF) opens in Boulder March 5th and includes 51 films from around the world and eight films direct from the Sundance Film Festival. “We have something for everyone,” said Kathy Beck, Festival Executive Director, […]

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