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Project Worthmore

https://vimeo.com/600381231 The Dairy Arts Center’s newest outdoor mural/wheatpaste by Erica Pacha, is a collaboration with Streetwise Boulder and Project Worthmore, an organization in aurora Colorado who works with refugees from 160 countries. “We have been working in the refugee community since 2009 and the entire time we have always woven arts and music into the …

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More Than Street Art: De La Gente

Featuring Anthony Garcia Sr., Juan Fuentes, Markham Maes, Anthony Maes, Diego Flores Arroyo, Victor Escobedo, UC Sepia, and Karma Leigh Opening Reception: September 10th from 5:30-7:30 pmExhibition runs from September 10 through October 31, 2021 ¡Oye! More Than Street Art: De La Gente brings together a diverse group of Colorado-based street artists reflecting inspiration, influence, …

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Juneteenth Artist Spotlight: Moe Gram

Moe Gramm | Denver Colorado  GIVE A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF THE WORK YOU DO: I am an interdisciplinary visual artist most commonly known for my large scale mixed media collage and mural paintings. WHAT DO YOU WISH MORE PEOPLE KNEW ABOUT JUNETEENTH? WHAT DOES JUNETEENTH MEAN TO YOU?  – The freedom of enslaved black people …

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‘We’re still here’

‘We’re still here’ In a bid for greater equity, the Dairy Arts Center changes its rental policy and makes room for indigenous artists at the Creative Nations Center By Caitlin Rockett -Boulder Weekly April 1, 2021 ‘Sing Our Rivers Red’ Courtesy Tanaya Winder Melissa Fathman remembers a moment two years ago, on Indigenous Peoples Day, watching Sarah …

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Amplifier

Amplifier has come to the Dairy! We are so excited for our newest outdoor art installation! For Indigenous Peoples’ Day 2020, Amplifier, Nia Tero and IllumiNative teamed up to launch a new large-scale public art campaign to elevate Indigenous land stewardship EVERYDAY! The artwork series explores various concepts tied to Indigenous sovereignty, civic engagement, and …

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Mother, Daughter, Wife, Friend, Supporter…Artist

Mary K. (Polly) Addison passed away peacefully January 11, 2021 and is remembered as a woman who offered so much to so many. Whether it was helping with fundraisers, the visual arts committee or serving as a board member, her dedication and unflagging energy was always there to support the Dairy Art Center’s growth—often providing …

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Virtual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration

Jan 17th – Jan 18th, 2021 – With the support of The City of Boulder Office of Arts + Culture, The Dairy Arts Center is pleased to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with live programming throughout the weekend including a public poetry workshop, virtual slam poetry performances, cinema, music, and more! …

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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