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This is a calendar of arts events other than concerts and art sales. For concerts, see the Concert Calendar For non-art events and for art sales, see the Events Calendar.
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Sunday, February 14
Boulder
Boulder Chamber Orchestra Presents "Romance" Grace Lutheran Church1001 13th street
at 01:30 PM
Members of the Boulder Chamber Orchestra (BCO) will present Romance with Opus Two.The concert includes:Brahms Sonata in G Major,Bernstein/Stern Four Moments from Candide,Bernstein/Penaforte Suite from West Side Story,Gershwin/Stern Suite from Crazy Girl
 
Int'l Film Series - Oscar-Nominated Animated Shorts CU Boulder, Muenzinger Auditorium
at 02:00 PM
See International Film Series website for titles & running times.

Screening at 2:00 & 7:30 pm on Sunday 
Longmont
Love Songs@the Library! Longmont Public Library
at 02:00 PM
Cousins of the Muse will play love songs on hammered dulcimer and harp, upstairs. Stop in and enjoy some beautiful music on Valentine's Day! Please visit our web site www.longmontcolorado.gov/library or call 303-651-8472. 
Monday, February 15
Boulder
Gene Youngblood Visiting Artist Lecture CU Visual Arts Complex 1B20
at 06:30 PM
Gene Youngblood is a theorist of media arts and politics, and a respected scholar in the history and theory of alternative cinemas. His best known book, Expanded Cinema, was the first to consider video as an art form and has been credited with helping to legitimate the fields of computer art and media arts He is also known for his pioneering work in the media democracy movement, a subject on which he has taught, written, and lectured since 1967. 
Tuesday, February 16
Boulder
International Film Series - Citizenfour CU Boulder, Muenzinger Auditorium
at 05:00 PM
Shortly after receiving anonymous encrypted emails from someone calling himself "Citizenfour," director Laura Poitras found herself in Hong Kong with Glenn Greenwald interviewing Edward Snowden. This screening starts at 5pm, so that people can watch it before walking over to Macky Auditorium for a live video chat featuring Edward Snowden.

UK, 2014, English, Color, 114 min, digital projection 
Boulder Arts and Crafts Gallery Call for entries 1421 Pearl Street, Boulder CO
at 06:30 PM
The Boulder Arts and Crafts Gallery, celebrating 45 years as an artist owned cooperative on the Pearl Street Mall, reviews hand crafted items and artwork for display in our store on an ongoing basis. Consignment program applications can be picked up at our gallery, filled out online at this link to our website: http://www.boulderartsandcrafts.com/apply-to-consign/, or call 303-443-3683 to have one mailed to you. Our committee meets to consider potential new work on the third Tuesday of Februa 
Jennifer Reeder Visiting Artist Lecture CU Visual Arts Complex 1B20
at 06:30 PM
Jennifer Reeder is a filmmaker and visual artist from Ohio. She constructs personal stories about relationships, trauma and coping. Her award-winning narratives are unconventional and borrow from a range of forms including after school specials, amateur music videos and magical realism. She has made over 40 film/video projects and written 12 scripts. Her work is shown consistently around the world.
 
Longmont
Director Conversations: Above the Fold Longmont Museum
at noon
Join Wesley Jessup, Director of the Longmont Museum, every Tuesday for an inside look at the Above the Fold exhibition. 
Wednesday, February 17
Boulder
International Film Series - In Jackson Heights CU Boulder, Muenzinger Auditorium
at 06:00 PM
In the course of his brilliant, nearly half-century career, Frederick Wiseman has tackled both great social institutions and cultural ones. Here he profiles a community, Jackson Heights, one of New York's most diverse neighborhoods, with immigrants from Peru, Colombia, Mexico, India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan (167 languages are spoken).

USA, 2015, English, other languages w/subtitles, Color, 190 min, digital projection 
Denver
Artist's Night Out Art Student League of Denver
at 07:00 PM
Meet other local women artists, but instead of TELLING us what kind of artist you are--SHOW us!
Bring your dancing shoes, your monologues, your paintings or photographs, or even your guitar and have 1-2 minutes to highlight your work among community supporters and future collaborators.
Please RSVP at info@athenaprojectfestival.org to introduce yourself and your work. 
Thursday, February 18
Boulder
International Film Series - Repo Man CU Boulder, Visual Arts Complex (VAC) 1B20
at 07:30 PM
Alex Cox's cult-classic stars Harry Dean Stanton and Emilio Estevez as repo men searching for a coveted Chevy holding otherwordly contents in the trunk. Our screening comes with a video intro by Alex Cox custom-made for tonight!

USA, 1984, English, 92 min, 35mm; Room 1B20 is the VAC Basement Auditorium 
Friday, February 19
Boulder
Stepping Out Dairy Center for the Arts
at 08:00 PM
World premiere contemporary works and live music, performed by Boulder Ballet's professional company.
The program includes Nostalgia, choreographed by Kevin Gael Thomas, to music by Gabriel Faur & Lo Ferr; Gladge, choreographed by Ana Claire, set to Scandinavian folk music performed live by Kristen Demaree, Elin Palmer-Laux and Seth Premo, and Soire, choreographed by Lance Hardin, to music by Francis Poulenc performed live by David Korevaar. February 19 - 21

 
Denver
ConnectArte;La Seguna Clothing Swap Museo de las Americas
at 05:00 PM
Museo de las Americas invites you to a clothing swap! We encourage you to bring in lightly used clothing to swap with friends in the community. The remainder of clothing not traded will be donated to the Denver Rescue Mission. Please bring men's, women's and children's lightly clothing. 
CM Dance hosts Lindy Diversion Denver Turnverein
at 05:30 PM
Instructors and musicians come to Denver from across the globe for classes, performances and live music to support arts programs in local schools. All classes and dance events are held at The Denver Turnverein, 1570 Clarkson St Register at http://www.lindydiversion.com/registration/ Feb 19 - 21. For More Information & to view video archives: Visit LindyDiversion.com 
Winter Opening Celebration MCA Denver
at 06:00 PM
6-8PM Patron Preview (Ticket required) Get a sneak peak of the show before the crowds & meet the artist. Tickets: $9 Members | $15 Nonmembers
Preview includes 1 drink ticket, snacks, curator introduction, artist meet-and-greet

8-10PM Opening Celebration (10 at 8PM with RSVP)Come one come all. DJ in the rooftop Cafe & Bar | Specialty Manhattan bar in the Open Shelf Library. Good art, people & beverages. 10 at the door, with RSVP on Eventbrite 
Colorado Ballet's Alice (in Wonderland) Ellie Caulkins Opera House
at 07:30 PM
Fall down the rabbit hole and join Colorado Ballet for the Colorado premiere of Alice (in Wonderland), Feb. 19-28. Experience a whimsical (wonder)land with beloved, eccentric characters including the frantic White Rabbit, mysterious Cheshire Cat, peculiar Mad Hatter, terrifying Jabberwock and other exotic creatures as young Alice escapes the clutches of the wicked Queen of Hearts. Featuring choreography by Septime Webre & music by Matthew Pierce, performed live by the Colorado Ballet Orchestra. 
Evergreen
The Evergreen Chorale - Guys & Dolls Center Stage Fireweed Dr
at 07:30 PM
This well-loved musical swept the Tony Awards in 1951 and has been revived on Broadway and in London many times since. Songs include If I Were a Bell, A Bushel and A Peck, Luck Be a Lady, Marry the Man Today and more. February 19 March 6, Fri/Sat @ 7:30 p.m.; Sun @ 3 p.m. 303-674-4002. 
Jamestown
Goodnight, Courtney Love North Boulder Recreation Center
at 07:00 PM
A Dance Performance in the Leisure Swimming Pool at The North Boulder Recreation Center. Free and Family Friendly. Created and Performed by Joanna Rotkin of Joanna and The Agitators and Laura Ann Samuelson of Hoarded Stuff Performance. 
Longmont
Boeing Boeing at Longmont Theatre Company Longmont Theatre Company, 513 Main Street, Longmont, CO 80501
at 07:30 PM
Its the 1960s, and swinging bachelor Bernard couldnt be happier: a flat in Paris and three gorgeous stewardesses all engaged to him without knowing about each other. But Bernards perfectly arranged life gets bumpy when his friend Robert comes to stay and a new, speedier Boeing jet throws off all of his careful planning. Soon, all three stewardesses are in town simultaneously, and catastrophe looms while timid Robert forgets which lies to tell to whom. A riotous farce! 
Saturday, February 20
Boulder
Goodnight, Courtney Love North Boulder Recreation Center
at 07:00 PM
A Dance Performance in the Leisure Swimming Pool at The North Boulder Recreation Center. Created and Performed by Joanna Rotkin of Joanna and The Agitators and Laura Ann Samuelson of Hoarded Stuff Performance. Free and Family Friendly. 
Stepping Out Dairy Center for the Arts
at 08:00 PM
World premiere contemporary works and live music, performed by Boulder Ballet's professional company.
The program includes Nostalgia, choreographed by Kevin Gael Thomas, to music by Gabriel Faur & Lo Ferr; Gladge, choreographed by Ana Claire, set to Scandinavian folk music performed live by Kristen Demaree, Elin Palmer-Laux and Seth Premo, and Soire, choreographed by Lance Hardin, to music by Francis Poulenc performed live by David Korevaar. February 19 - 21 
Denver
Four New Exhibitions MCA Denver
at noon
Brian Bress: Make Your Own Friends (2/20/16 - 7/3/16)
Critcal Focus: Lanny DeVuono (2/20/16 - 6/5/16)
Laura Shill: Phantom Touch (2/20/16 - 7/3/16)
Arne Svenson: The Neighbors (2/20/16 - 6/5/16) 
Paul Taylor Dance Company Newman Ctr for Performing Arts
at 07:30 PM
7:30 pm 
The Champagne Charlie Stakes John Hand Theater 7653 East 1st Pl
at 07:30 PM
It's a very special day at the racetrack, where 'Champagne' Charlie, a race-track regular, has had a race named in his honor. A dreamer and teller of tall tales, Charlie bets his entire meager savings on a long-shot hunch. February 20 - March 19, Fri/Sat @ 7:30; Sun @ 2 p.m. 303-562-3232 or firehousetheatercompany.com 
Lakewood
Adonis Puentes and the Voice of Cuba Orchestra Lakewood Cultural Center
at 07:30 PM
The dance floor will be ready when Adonis Puentes makes his Lakewood Cultural Center debut at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 20. Puentes rich, soulful voice is the perfect front for his all-acoustic orchestra, layering traditional Cuban rhythms with deep bass lines, jazzy horn arrangements and his melodic guitar. Tickets at Lakewood.org/LCCPresents, 303-987-7845 or the Box Office. 
Sunday, February 21
Aurora
One Night Stand Theater presents "One Night Stand in Hollywood" Vintage Theatre
at 07:00 PM
One Night Stand Theater presents One Night Stand in Hollywood on Sunday, February 21, 7:00 p.m. at the Vintage Theater, 1468 Dayton St. in Aurora. This evening of performances and readings of plays and stories explores the world of movies, movie stars, and cinematic icons: How to Write a Hollywood Smash Hit by David Brandl and Melissa Wheeler, The Sound of One Foot Dancing by James Van Pelt, Sea of Red by Jan McConnell Adams, Pound of Flesh by Kay Poiro, To Be Her by Gina Wencel, The Mind by J. 
Boulder
Stepping Out Dairy Center for the Arts
at 02:00 PM
World premiere contemporary works and live music, performed by Boulder Ballet's professional company.
The program includes Nostalgia, choreographed by Kevin Gael Thomas, to music by Gabriel Faur & Lo Ferr; Gladge, choreographed by Ana Claire, set to Scandinavian folk music performed live by Kristen Demaree, Elin Palmer-Laux and Seth Premo, and Soire, choreographed by Lance Hardin, to music by Francis Poulenc performed live by David Korevaar. February 19 - 21 
Denver
Stories on Stage presents "True Story" Su Teatro
at 01:30 PM
Performing at 1:30 & 6:30pm. Masterful storytellers prove that there's nothing funnier, more surprising, or moving than true-life tales.
Featuring Kevin Kling and storytellers from The Narrators including Janae Burris, Greg Salveson and Timmi Lasley.
 
Stories on Stage - True Story Su Teatro and Performing Arts Center
at 01:30 PM
True Story featuring Kevin Kling and Storytellers from The Narrators.
Masterful storytellers prove that there's nothing funnier, more surprising, or moving than true-life tales. Stories on Stage has renowned actors bring stories to life by combining literature with theater. February 21, 1:30pm & 6:30pm storiesonstage.org or 303-494-0523. 721 Santa Fe Dr 
Jazz Night Out - A Benefit Concert Jazz @ jack's Denver Pavilions, 500 16th St
at 05:00 PM
This benefit concert will raise funds to support City Strings, a music instruction program serving 130 disadvantaged children in low-income neighborhoods throughout the metro area. Doors open at 5 p.m. with a performance by Dotsero and presentations by the student musicians of City Strings will follow. 303-388-4962. 
Paul Taylor Dance Company Newman Ctr for Performing Arts
at 07:30 PM
2:00 pm 
Longmont
Diversity Through Performance (A Musical Recital) Longmont Museum
at 02:30 PM
A musical presentation to benefit the Longmont Buddhist Temple. The diverse program will include Native American flute, piano, jazz singing, violin, Japanese dance, a Ukulele group, and Taiko (Japanese drumming). At At the Stewart Auditorium, presented by The Longmont Buddhist Temple. 
Tuesday, February 23
Boulder
Janelle Iglesias Visiting Artist Lecture CU Visual Arts Complex 1B20
at 06:30 PM
Janelle amasses materials like driftwood, Styrofoam and glass that have been processed by time and nature and up-cycles them into intricate environments. Janelle will incorporate actual and copied objects from CU-Boulders various collections, into an ever-evolving sculptural installation this spring as the CU Art Museum inaugural artist in residence. 
Friday, February 26
Aurora
Ignite Theatre presents "Heathers: The Musical" Aurora Fox 9900 East Colfax
at 07:30 PM
The darkly delicious story of Veronica Sawyer, a brainy, beautiful teenage misfit who hustles her way into the most powerful and ruthless clique at Westerberg High: the Heathers. Ignite Theatre presents "Heathers: The Musical" - February 26 - March 20, Thurs/Fri/Sat at 7:30 p.m., Sun at 2:30 pm. & Monday, March 7 at 7:30 p.m. www.ignitetheatre.com or 866-811-4111 
Boulder
Goodnight, Courtney Love North Boulder Recreation Center
at 07:00 PM
A Dance Performance in the Leisure Swimming Pool at The North Boulder Recreation Center. Created by Joanna Rotkin of Joanna and The Agitators and Laura Ann Samuelson of Hoarded Stuff Performance. Free, Family Friendly, and open to the general public. 
Louisville
Escanaba in Da Moonlight by Jeff Daniels Louisville Center for the Arts
at 07:30 PM
When the Soady clan reunites for the opening day of deer season at the family's Upper Peninsula camp, thirty-five-year-old Reuben Soady brings with him the infamous reputation of being the oldest Soady in the history of the Soadys never to bag a buck. In a hunting story to beat all hunting stories, ESCANABA IN DA MOONLIGHT spins a hilarious tale of humor, horror and heart as Reuben goes to any and all lengths to remove himself from the wrong end of the family record book.
 
Saturday, February 27
Boulder
Memories from the Mediterranean Unity Church
at 07:00 PM
A winter celebration of dances from the Middle East. A night of vibrant and exotic culture, performed by international and local stars. 
Monday, February 29
Boulder
Tony Sigel - Art History Visiting Scholar Lecture British/Irish Room on the 5th floor of Norlin Library, Universit
at 05:30 PM
Anthony Sigel is a Conservator of Objects and Sculpture at the Straus Center for Conservation, Harvard Art Museums, responsible for the treatment of three-dimensional art from ancient to contemporary. After receiving his BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1983, he was apprentice-trained as a conservator at the Art Institute of Chicago museum. He has worked for four seasons as conservator at the Harvard/Berkeley/Cornell archaeological excavations, Sardis, Turkey. 
Tony Sigel - Art History Visiting Scholar Lecture British/Irish Room on the 5th floor of Norlin Library, Universit
at 05:30 PM
Anthony Sigel is a Conservator of Objects and Sculpture at the Straus Center for Conservation, Harvard Art Museums, responsible for the treatment of three-dimensional art from ancient to contemporary. After receiving his BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1983, he was apprentice-trained as a conservator at the Art Institute of Chicago museum. He has worked for four seasons as conservator at the Harvard/Berkeley/Cornell archaeological excavations, Sardis, Turkey. 
Louisville
Auditions for "Dancing at Lughnasa" by Brian Friel Louisville Center for the Arts
at 07:00 PM
Announcing auditions for Coal Creek Theater of Louisville's production of "Dancing at Lughnasa" by Brian Friel, directed by Dan Schock on Monday, February 29th and Tuesday, March 1st, 2016 at 7:00 pm. Needed are 5 women and 3 men ranging from 20's to 50's. Irish accents preferred. Auditions consist of cold readings from the script. Bring a resume and headshot if available. Contact Dan Schock, director danschock@comcast.net or call 303-503-8842. Visit www.cctlouisville for more information. 
Tuesday, March 01
Boulder
Dani Leventhal Visiting Artist Lecture CU Visual Arts Complex 1B20
at 06:30 PM
Dani Leventhal creates videos and drawings that unearth a curious beauty of everyday life. Employing this process of accumulation and excision, Leventhal creates videos, collages, and installations that probe her life and her surroundings while encompassing a broad range of themes, from the explicitly political to the mundane and domestic. Throughout it all, she acts as a keen observer, unearthing a curious beauty in the minutiae of everyday life. 
Thursday, March 03
Boulder
Boulder International Film Festival The Boulder Theatre
at 07:00 PM
The 12th annual Boulder International Film Festival, one of the 25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World will be held March 3-6 2016. BIFF features over 40 acclaimed and new film programs for every tasteshorts, comedies, docs and featuresalong with gala parties, filmmaker talkbacks, celebrity interviews, free programming for students, live music, our amazing CineCHEF culinary competition and much more!

 
Friday, March 11
Boulder
Fractured Fairy Tales by Stories on Stage Chautauqua Community House
at 07:30 PM
Fractured Fairy Tales will be a fun evening of modern retellings of fanciful familiar and reworked classic tales. Stories on Stage creates programs from the belief that literature is a rich source of powerful stories and actors enhance the impact of literature on peoples lives. Stories on Stage has been cited for giving audiences an experience of identifying with people and situations outside of their own worlds." 
Denver
The BaoBao Festival King Center
at 07:30 PM
The main event during the BaoBao Festival. Inclusive for all ages, this event brings together a group of professional artists and performers from Ghana, West Africa for a week of amazing workshops and performances focusing on traditional and contemporary music, drumming, dancing and storytelling. For more information visit www.BaoBaofoundation.org
 
Saturday, March 12
Boulder
The BaoBao Festival Casey Middle School
at 04:30 PM
The main event during the BaoBao Festival. Inclusive for all ages, this event brings together a group of professional artists and performers from Ghana, West Africa for a week of amazing workshops and performances focusing on traditional and contemporary music, drumming, dancing and storytelling. For more information visit www.baobaofoundation.org 
Fort Collins
Spring Holistic Fair Northside Aztlan Community Center
at 10:00 AM
Have fun exploring alternative choices for taking care of your body, mind, spirit & our environment; discover yourself through astrology, aura portraits, clairvoyant, tarot or past life readings and animal communicators. Experience healing modalities from massage, reiki and reflexology to energy re-balancing and deep muscle massage. Sample nutritional and skin care products. Learn about past lives, spirit guides and aromatherapy. Metaphysical gems and crystals, creative vendors and artisans. 
Monday, March 14
Boulder
Elizabeth Boone- Art History Visiting Scholar Lecture British/Irish Room on the 5th floor of Norlin Library, Universit
at 05:30 PM
Professor and Chair, School of Liberal Arts, Tulane University. Elizabeth Boone (Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin, 1977) is a specialist in the Precolumbian and early colonial art of Latin America, with an emphasis on Mexico. Formerly Director of Pre-Columbian Studies at Dumbarton Oaks, she has taught art history at Tulane since 1995. Her research interests range from the history of collecting to systems of writing and notation; they are grounded geographically in Aztec Mexico. 
Elizabeth Boone - Art History Visiting Scholar Lecture British/Irish Room on the 5th floor of Norlin Library, Universit
at 05:30 PM
Professor and Chair, School of Liberal Arts, Tulane University. Elizabeth Boone (Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin, 1977) is a specialist in the Precolumbian and early colonial art of Latin America, with an emphasis on Aztec Mexico. Formerly Director of Pre-Columbian Studies at Dumbarton Oaks. Her research interests range from the history of collecting to systems of writing and notation. 
Tuesday, March 15
Boulder
Will Wilson Visiting Artist Lecture CU Visual Arts Complex 1B20
at 06:30 PM
Wilson is a Dine photographer who spent his formative years living in the Navajo Nation. My work is a response to the ways in which photography has been used as a mechanism of colonization. Decolonizing photography for the use of American Indians has to occur through the articulation of a Native representational subjectivity. In the place of colonizing representation, I want to produce images and sensory experience, which convey representation of, by and for American Indians." 
Carol Golemboski Visiting Artist Lecture CU Visual Arts Complex 1B20
at 06:30 PM
Carol Golemboski uses antiquated objects as metaphors in carefully staged scenes. Her process, defined by the use of black and white film and traditional darkroom printing, combines photography and drawing in ambiguous and provocative ways. Her psychologically charged still life images draw on past eras to suggest the continuum of human emotions and anxieties, particularly relating to the experience of women. 
Carol Golemboski Visiting Artist Lecture CU Visual Arts Complex 1B20
at 06:30 PM
Carol Golemboski uses antiquated objects as metaphors in carefully staged photographic scenes. Her process, defined by the use of black and white film and traditional darkroom printing, combines photography and drawing in ambiguous and provocative ways. Her psychologically charged still life images draw on past eras to suggest the continuum of human emotions and anxieties, particularly relating to the experience of women. 
Friday, March 25
Denver
Colorado Ballet's Ballet Director's Choice Newman Ctr for Performing Arts
at 07:30 PM
Season closer Ballet Directors Choice will highlight the talents of Colorado Ballets dancers in a collection of contemporary premieres, March 25-27. The repertory will include the premiere of a tango-inspired ballet by choreographer and Colorado Ballet's Ballet Mistress Lorita Travaglia, another work by renowned contemporary choreographer Dominic Walsh, and a third ballet. 
Friday, April 01
Boulder
the elision project Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:00 PM
3rd Law Dance/Theater presents THE ELISION PROJECT with commissioned scores played live by composers Zachary Carrettin, Paul Fowler and Darwin Grosse with Gregory Taylor. April 1, 2 @ 7pm and April 3 @ 4pm Purchase tickets at The Dairy Box Office at 2590 Walnut St. in Boulder.Online at thedairy.org or call 303.444.SEAT (7328).


 
Lone Tree
Encore of Director's Choice Lone Tree Arts Center
at 08:00 PM
This is an encore performance of Colorado Ballet's season closer, Ballet Directors Choice. The repertory will include Dominic Walsh's Wolfgang (for Webb), two pas de deuxs, and the new tango-inspired ballet The Angel of Buenos Aires by Lorita Travaglia. 
Saturday, April 02
Boulder
the elision project Dairy Center for the Arts
at 07:00 PM
3rd Law Dance/Theater presents THE ELISION PROJECT with commissioned scores played live by composers Zachary Carrettin, Paul Fowler and Darwin Grosse with Gregory Taylor.
April 2 @ 7pm and April 3 @ 4pm Purchase tickets at The Dairy Box Office at 2590 Walnut St. in Boulder.Online at thedairy.org or call 303.444.SEAT (7328). 
Sunday, April 03
Boulder
the elision project Dairy Center for the Arts
at 04:00 PM
3rd Law Dance/Theater presents THE ELISION PROJECT with commissioned scores played live by composers Zachary Carrettin, Paul Fowler and Darwin Grosse with Gregory Taylor. pril 3 @ 4pm. Purchase tickets at The Dairy Box Office at 2590 Walnut St. in Boulder. Online at thedairy.org or call 303.444.SEAT (7328). 
Tuesday, April 05
Boulder
Ben Jackel Visiting Artist Lecture CU Visual Arts Complex 1B20
at 06:30 PM
Sculptor Ben Jackel is primarily interested in creating handmade objects that deal with the subject and history of war. Working with clay, wood, and stoneware, Jackel creates monochromatic statues of warriors, Humvees, ships, cannons, and fighter jets. Jackel recieved his BFA from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2000, and MFA from UCLA in 2005.
 
Denver
Wonderbound Presents Teaser #10 Wonderbound Studio at Junction Box
at 06:30 PM
Get a peek at Garrett Ammons new production Dust. Featuring Wonderbounds signature dance, actors from Curious Theatre Company and all new music by Jesse Manley and His Band, this examination of the Dust Bowl era is sure to tug at audience heartstrings. A Q&A with the artists will follow. Libations and light appetizers will be provided. 
Friday, April 15
Boulder
Claude Bourbon: Guitar & Song Chautauqua Community House
at 07:30 PM
Claude Bourbon is known throughout Europe and America for amazing guitar performances that take blues, Spanish, Middle Eastern, and Russian stylings into uncharted territories.
Born in France in the early 60s, Claude Bourbon grew up in Switzerland, where he was classically trained. This finger picking guitarist has performed and studied all over the world; he has crafted an unbelievable fusion of classical and jazz, with Eastern influences, Spanish and Latin elements with Western folk. 
Monday, April 18
Boulder
Paul Barolsky - Art History Visiting Scholar Lecture British/Irish Room on the 5th floor of Norlin Library, Universit
at 05:30 PM
Professor, University of Virginia McIntire Department of Art, Paul Barolsky teaches and writes about Renaissance art and literature. His most recent book, Michelangelo and the Finger of God, was published in 2003 by the Georgia Museum of Arts in its Issues in Art History series. His books on Renaissance art with Penn State Press include The Faun in the Garden: Michelangelo and the Poetic Origins of Italian Renaissance Art (1994), Giotto's Father and the Family of Vasari's "Lives" (1992)... 
Paul Barolsky - Art History Visiting Scholar Lecture British/Irish Room on the 5th floor of Norlin Library, Universit
at 05:30 PM
Professor, University of Virginia McIntire Department of Art, Paul Barolsky teaches and writes about Renaissance art and literature. His most recent book, Michelangelo and the Finger of God, was published in 2003 by the Georgia Museum of Arts in its Issues in Art History series. 
Sunday, November 27
Johnstown
Broadway's A Christmas Carol Candlelight Dinner Playhouse 4747 Marketplace Dr
at 06:00 PM
Broadway heavy hitters Alan Menken (Disney's The Little Mermaid, Little Shop Of Horrors) & Lynn Ahrens (Ragtime, Seussical) breathe fantastic new life into the classic tale. Nov 27 - Dec 31. Thur-Sat, Dinner @ 6pm, show @ 7:30; Sat Matinees-Dinner @ noon, show @ 1:30pm.; Sun-Dinner @ 12:30pm, show @ 2pm 970-7443747 - . 
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