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CU Boulder MFA student creates sculpture to remember Los Seis de Boulder

By MADELINE ST. AMOUR | mstamour@timescall.com | Boulder Daily Camera – On May 27, 1974, Alamosa attorney and University of Colorado Law graduate Reyes Martinez, 26, University of Colorado Boulder junior Neva Romero, 21, and CU Boulder double major graduate Una Jaakola, 24, were killed in a bombed car at Chautauqua Park. On May 29, another car bomb near […]

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‘Modern Habitat’ exhibit enlisted artists, architects, designers to explore concepts of ‘home’

By KALENE MCCORT | kmccort@prairiemountainmedia.com | Boulder Daily Camera – Where we lay our heads at night is such a vibrant part of who we are. Beyond the floor plan and color palette, the vibe and very concept of “home” is one that differs by person, region and culture. A newly opened exhibit at the Dairy Arts Center,

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Boulder Lifestyle Magazine Article Amelia Broughton | Photography Lindsey Haligas – DESIGNING & DECONSTRUCTING THE DAIRY ART CENTER’S NEWEST EXHIBITION, MODERN HABITAT When entering a home, some things might seem familiar, others foreign, and others fascinating. One might notice the arrangement of the furniture, the adorned walls, and the way natural light shimmers through the windows. 


In 1963 Len Barron began college at the University of Colorado; he was thirty years old. After CU he went to graduate school in Washington D.C.  Later he taught Sociology at the University of Colorado, San Diego State University, and Prescott College in Arizona. Back in Boulder, in 1980 he began to write and perform in solo and ensemble

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Hazel Miller

Hazel Miller is a singer, mentor, bandleader, booking agent…ect.  All this means is that Ms.Miller has found a way to break into the Colorado music scene and stay in demand for more than 30 years.  Ms. Miller has appeared at all the major music venues and festivals in Colorado…from Band on the Bricks in Boulder to The Bohemian West Fest,

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Gene Hayworth

Gene Hayworth is the proprietor of Inkberry Books, an emerging cultural hub in Niwot, Colorado. He is also the director of Social Sciences at the University Libraries, University of Colorado Boulder. In addition, he is the publisher and chief editor of Owl Canyon Press, and author of non-fiction and literary translations. He lives in Boulder with his

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Open Studios

Open Studios has for nearly a quarter-century been a visible and successful supporter and promoter of visual art and artists in Boulder. Founded by Gary Zeff in 1995, the nonprofit organization began as the free, self-guided Open Studios Artist Tour held each fall, during which juried artists welcome the public into their workspace to show their

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Drew Austin

Drew Austin, Visual Arts Curator | drew@thedairy.org Curator of Visual Arts, Drew Austin (b.1996) is an interdisciplinary artist living and working in Denver, CO. Austin’s work uses a cyclical method of creation to explore the things that we often can not see or understand. He uses abstraction as a means to create visual representations of

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Shannon Christie

Marketing Associate | schristie@thedairy.org Shannon Christie, a talented opera singer, and voice-over artist, recently joined the Dairy Arts Center as a Marketing Manager specializing in social media campaigns. In 2022, she earned her Masters in Music from the University of Colorado Boulder and obtained a graduate certificate in Arts Administration. Shannon originally hails from Indiana

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MARCH 2020

As of today, 3/12/2020, The Dairy Arts Center remains open and operational. Should scheduling changes occur, ticket holders will be directly notified by The Dairy Arts Center.

If you have a question about an event please contact the presenting arts organization. For films, Dairy Presents and all other questions contact the Box Office at 303.440.7826