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Visual Arts Exhibit at the Dairy Arts Center: Foreign Born

In conjunction with Mo’Print (regional biannual celebration of printmaking)  featuring eight female artists, all of whom were born abroad.  On View: February 28 – April 5, 2020 Opening Reception: Friday, February 28,  5:00pm – 7:00pm Foreign Born explores the unique perspectives of female immigrants from Asia, South America and Europe. Individually, each artist charted a …

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World wild web: Dairy’s digital-driven exhibit ‘Brutal Realities’ challenges world perceptions

Varied art by CU’s TECHNE Lab affiliates will be on display through Feb. 23 By KALENE MCCORT | kmccort@prairiemountainmedia.com | Boulder Daily CameraPUBLISHED: January 24, 2020 at 8:00 am | UPDATED: January 24, 2020 at 9:32 am A still from the net art piece “Famous Men Who’ve Cried Online” by Melanie Clemmons. This piece, along with others by CU’s TECHNE Lab affiliates, …

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Romanticizing the Glitch

‘Brutal Realities’ examines our digital-driven world through digital-driven art By Caitlin Rockett | Boulder Weekly  –  January 16, 2020 ‘Unfolded III’ – Annette Isham The Amazon rainforest was ablaze last year as artist Mark Amerika and curator Jessica Kooiman Parker began to conceptualize a new media exhibition for the Dairy Arts Center. In fact, the …

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Mrs. Eda Bagel Brings a Hole Lot of Musical Fun to Boulder

Westword | JOHN BEAR | JANUARY 8, 2020 | 6:00AM – Jeffrey Kash jokes that you can just as easily invite your enemies to catch a performance of his on-stage persona, Mrs. Eda Bagel, as you can your friends, and you’d be doing both of them a favor. Or not. Of his latest show, Mrs. Eda Bagel… In Concert With …

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Boulder Teens take the stage at Boulder’s Story Slam & Workshop TEEN EDITION

After a smashing success at its inaugural slam at The Dairy Arts Center in September, Boulder’s Story Slam is busting open and creating more ways to get more stories and a wider range of voices on the stage. Teens will take the stage at a story slam BY and FOR teens on December 16, 2019, …

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“Fantastic Fungi” doc shows growing appetite for mushrooms — magic or otherwise – Showing at the Boe Sept. 25-28

theknow.deverpost.com | By John Wenzel Sep 19, 2019, 6:00 am –  The mushroom boom is here. It didn’t arrive as quickly, or with as much fanfare, as the Green Rush that followed the statewide legalization of cannabis in 2014. But it’s here. “It’s certainly drafting off of the expanded awareness that cannabis brought to the market,” said Louie Schwartzberg, …

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Dairy Center honoring Hazel Miller, Alphonse Keasley and other arts contributors at annual event

By KALENE MCCORT | kmccort@prairiemountainmedia.com | Boulder Daily Camera – Boulder has always been a community with a strong focus on the arts. From musicians that light up stages to visual artists whose thoughtful contributions hang on gallery walls, the array of individuals producing quality offerings — in a vast array of mediums — remains high. An event …

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Gene Hayworth of Inkberry Books to receive Dairy Center Honor

By Jeremy Jaeger Editorial@lhvc.com – On Friday, Sept. 6, the Dairy Center for the Arts will host its annual ceremony for the Dairy Center Honors Award, given to individuals in recognition of their contribution to the arts in Boulder County. One of this year’s four honorees is Gene Hayworth, the founder and owner of Inkberry …

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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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