Concerts, Arts, and other events in the public interest around the Front Range Community.

UndocuAmerica: Reclaiming Our Presence

Evans School 1115 Acoma Street, Denver

Motus Theater’s UndocuAmerica: Reclaiming Our Presence Denver visual art exhibition invites visitors to engage with art that centers undocumented community members’ stories through a wide variety of mediums including photography, illustrations, films, and animations. At a time when people who are undocumented are often demonized as “other” for political gain, […]


Evans School 1115 Acoma Street, Denver

Motus UndocuAmerica monologist Victor Galvan and Motus JustUs monologist, Candice Bailey share personal monologues about their experiences of multinational private prison corporations & immigrant detention centers. Music from Spirit of Grace. After their performances, during a talkback, they will share their resistance to inhumane and exploitative contracts with multinational private […]


Dairy Arts Center 2590 Walnut Street, Boulder

Women of Resolution weaves the stories of four Colorado women — Ingrid Encalada Latorre, Sandra Lopez, Rosa Sabido, and Araceli Velasquez — who took sanctuary to prevent the separation of their families through deportation. Guest readers include: Boulder County Sheriff Curtis Johnson and District Attorney Michael Dougherty. Featuring award-winning photos […]

Queer Immigrant Pride! Empowering Performances Of LGBTQIA+ Immigrants

Evans School 1115 Acoma Street, Denver

Motus’ arts-based Immigrant Heritage Month / LGBTQIA+ Pride event of the season with monologues from TRANSformative Stories and UndocuAmerica projects by LGBTQIA+ immigrant monologists. This special performance features monologues performances from Motus’ TRANSformative Stories and UndocuAmerica projects by LGBTQIA+ immigrant monologists. Featured monologists include Ruby Lopez (she/her), David Breña (he/him), […]

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