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Dairy Arts Center

DAIRY ARTS CENTER MURALS

Just like the inside of our building, the outside of our building is a place for art, community, and collaboration! 

Current Exhibition

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 …

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Art for Redemption

ART FOR REDEMPTION Open June – July 2021 You will find these works on display outside the Dairy Arts Center building. Over the next two months, we will be showcasing a series of incarcerated artists in collaboration with Art For Redemption on the front walkway wall of The Dairy Arts …

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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 …

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Arts Through it All.

Art Outside and Online in the Face of the Pandemic with the Dairy Arts Center As a hub of creativity and learning, the Dairy Arts Center encompasses a lot for the Boulder community. Their iconic building, a former milk-processing facility, hosts a wide variety of artists, activities, performances, classes, and more. Unfortunately, …

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What is Permanent/Transitory?

Last week we were fortunate to work alongside CU NEST to host artist and researcher Nina Elder at The Dairy as she created a new mural for the outside facade of our building. On view on the front windows of our terrace, Elder created a new list mural with crowd-sourced …

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Muralist Thomas ‘Detour’ Evans brings activism, emotionally charged artistry to new heights

By KALENE MCCORT | kmccort@prairiemountainmedia.com | Boulder Daily CameraPUBLISHED: August 29, 2020 at 1:35 p.m. | UPDATED: August 29, 2020 at 1:36 p.m. Denver-based creative crafts everything from massive murals to smaller commissioned pieces In March 2020, Thomas “Detour” Evans paints a mural on the Scarpa building on Frontier Avenue in Boulder. Evans is an all-around creative …

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Spray Their Name

DETOUR 303, HIERO VIEGA WITH JUST INSPIRE AND CYA THE CREATOR Photo by UnBoxed Photography This mural was created  by members of Spray Their Name, a collective of artists dedicated to, “uplifting the voices of oppressed, neglected, and silenced individuals as well as amplify the voices of leaders, activists, and allies …

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Welcome Muralist LMNOPI

In honor of Indigenous People’s Day, and as an acknowledgment to the land that The Dairy sits on, we have partnered with Street Wise Boulder as a wall sponsor and are so excited to welcome muralist LMNOPI (or “Lopi” for short) from Vermont/NYC. Lopi painted a portrait-based mural on the west-facing side of the …

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Pink Lemonade / Pride 2020 Hope

Adorning the North East wall of the Dairy is a wheat pasted installation by Denver artist Koko Bayer The first iteration of the installation was comprised of two head+heart+hand images and two hearts seen below. These images are derived from an image and concept created by artist Herbert Bayer, Koko’s …

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Fire and Water: The Struggle of Tonanzin Colorado

Created by artist David “Ocelotl” Garcia, this mural measuring roughly 18′ x 40′ in size, depicts Garcia’s vision of Mother Earth and her struggle against humanity’s use of her resources. The artist states, “This mural depicts Mother Earth (Tonanzin) and her struggle with humanity’s unbalanced use of her natural resources, …

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Sister Cities, Mante-Boulder

This mural by Florian Lopez is a gift from Ciudad Mante, Tampaulipas, Mexico to the people of Boulder in appreciation for medical and cultural exchanges between the two cities. Boulder and Mante became Sister Cities in 2000 as an outgrowth of medical missions initiated by First Presbyterian Church and Boulder …

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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