Performances at the Arts HUB , 420 Courtney Way in Lafayette
Saturday, December 3 @ 1:00, 3:30, 6:00
Sunday, December 4 @ 1:00, 3:30, 6:00
Tickets: $5 all ages
Grades: 1st-4th (three casts)
Journey “under the sea” with Ariel and her aquatic friends in Disney’s The Little Mermaid JR., adapted from Disney’s Broadway production and the motion picture (featuring the enormously popular Academy Award-winning music and delightfully charming book and lyrics). Based on one of Hans Christian Andersen’s most beloved stories, Disney’s The Little Mermaid JR. is an enchanting look at the sacrifices we all make for love and acceptance.
Director: Cari Jones
Choreographer: Jessica Page
Guest Artist: Sean Moynihan
Lindsey Wohlman: Warhol Uncanned
November 7 – January
Public Reception: November 18 5-8 pm
Advanced Viewing: November 4 at our Art Rising Fundraiser
This exhibition features Lindsey Wohlman’s complete 32 soup series titled “Warhol Naked & Unlabeled”, an exploration of Warhol’s iconic work through the lens of someone living in the time of GMOs and food deserts. Wohlman recently received national attention when seven of these images were selected to replace seven Warhol originals, stolen from the walls of the Springfield Art Museum in Springfield Missouri.
Dona Laurita Photography + Fine Art
BOULDER COUNTY 2016 ONE ACTION: ARTS + IMMIGRATION PROJECT
ONE ACTION 2016: ARTS + IMMIGRATION PROJECT
2016 ONE ACTION: ARTS +IMMIGRATION PROGRAMMING
Remembering the French of Louisville
November 16, 7-9pm
Louisville Center for the Arts
Free: Donations Accepted
BOULDER COUNTY-WIDE ARTS COLLABORATION
KICK-OFF CELEBRATION TOOK PLACE ON JANUARY 23, 2016 AT THE LONGMONT MUSEUM,
The One Action 2016: Arts + Immigration Project is a yearlong, arts-based, countywide project that invites cultural, arts, immigrant and educational organizations to create programs that foster conversations on both historic and contemporary issues of immigration. Participating organizations will draw on their individual expertise to develop exhibitions, performances, presentations, music, films, displays and readings designed to raise the level of community knowledge, awareness and engagement on this important topic.
To use the arts to catalyze, engage and inform county residents on both the historic and contemporary issues of immigration in order to foster greater understanding and make this a more welcoming and inclusive community. Toward this end, the project will:
- Create cross-discipline arts collaborations on immigration themes;
- Use the knowledge of immigrant organizations to inform project content;
- Develop a broad range of arts experiences designed to educate and engage the public in conversations on immigration; and
- Celebrate the cultural capital of all our immigrant communities
Complete project and 2016 programming information, available here.
BARN QUILTS OF BOULDER COUNTY