Dairy Arts Center


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Please enjoy a wide array of virtual content as you shelter in place, specifically created for Dairy audiences. In support of our artistic community, we will also be providing collaborative events, classes, or workshops with individual artists or organizations. We are just getting started, click here to sign up for email updates, and check back often for the latest additions to Free Range Dairy!

Upcoming Events

Virtual Cinema: Sunless Shadows

On View Now in Virtual Cinema “Quietly but pointedly interrogates the notion of victimhood, while tacitly letting a damning essay …

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Virtual Cinema: We Are Many

Virtual cinema, starting Sept 25 – On February 15th, 2003, up to 30 million people, many of whom had never …

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The Unruly Mystic: Saint Hildegard

Virtual cinema, starting Sept 25 – Saint Hildegard is venerated around the world for her widely recognized impact on today’s …

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Dairy Drive-In: Tesla

Fri., Sept. 25 & Sat., Sept. 26 – The Dairy’s Drive-In Cinema located in the West Entrance parking lot at …

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Backporch Series: Hazel Miller Band

September 27, 5:30 PM MDT – Hazel Miller Band – Backporch Series at the Dairy Arts Center loading dock. Social …

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Dairy Drive-In: Us Kids

Oct. 2 & 3 – The Dairy’s Drive-In Cinema located in the West Entrance parking lot at 2590 Walnut St. …

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Backporch Series: Magic Show with Braden Carlisle and Alec Mueller

Oct 4, 4:30pm – Backporch Series at the Dairy Come round to the back of the Dairy on an afternoon …

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Dairy Drive-In: Sans Souci

Oct. 4 & Oct. 5 – The movie will start when it is dark enough. Please arrive between 8:00 and …

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Backporch Series: Altius Quartet

Oct 11, 4:30pm – Backporch Series at the Dairy Come round to the back of the Dairy on an afternoon …

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Free & Loose

Recorded via Zoom Webinar August 9, 2020 – $1600 was donated to the Equal Justice Initiative as a result of this show! A night of true stories centered around the theme of RACE, told from the heart, and from living rooms across the country.

Recorded June 30, 2020 via Zoom Webinar. Redlined – Author Linda Gartz discusses her book for this moment. Inspired by a trove of long-hidden family letters, diaries, photos, spanning the 20th Century, Redlined interweaves a riveting family story with the history of redlining. Linda will share this history, read short excerpts from Redlined, and speak about the federal government’s redlining policies that segregated America. She’ll display historic photos and talk about digitized versions of the original 1940s redlining maps.

Recorded via Zoom Webinar June 7, 2020 – Hosted by Johanna Walker, speaking coach, and lover of all things story
With guest musician and co-host, Hal Walker. And stories BY YOU! The theme for the night is RING.

A motley menagerie of wild (and not-so-wild) animals inhabit these stories about what it really means to be human. Featuring Stories on Stage favorites Erin Rollman and John Jurcheck!
Plus a chat after with the actors. Recorded May 14, 2020 via Zoom Webinar.

Artist Chat: Absurd Digital World – Recorded May 7, 2020 via Zoom Webinar.

Artist Chat: Studio Tour with Ashley Joon – Abstract floral artist Ashley Joon is joined by photographer Blake Jackson for an intimate interview from the artist’s studio. Recorded May 9, 2020 via Zoom Webinar.

Boulder’s Story Slam – “Lost and Found” – Recorded May 3, 2020 via Zoom Webinar. 

Boulder Ballet Presents Michael Schulze in Collaboration with Amy Earnest and Lance Hardin – Host George Thomas shares 4 years of collaboration between composer Michael Schulze and Choreographers Amy Earnest and Lance Hardin of the Boulder Ballet. Featuring pre-recorded performances of Interactive V1.0, DeProgramme, Angels, Demons, and Deadly Sins, and Vertical.

Free Range Magic with Ben Young and Braden Carlisle – Ben Young has thrilled audiences worldwide with his fresh spin on the typical magic show. Forget the rabbits and sequins, and join Ben in an upbeat show that focuses on a fun group experience! Find out why Ben was hand-picked to appear on the hit CW TV show Penn & Teller: Fool Us, has performed for the troops at 30+ military bases, and is a frequent guest performer in major casinos on the Las Vegas Strip! Offstage, Ben is just your average, nerdy, magic, part-time superhero. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and is a proud member of the International Brotherhood of Magicians, and dabbles with the ukulele. As always, the Boulder Magic Show at the Dairy is hosted and curated by our own Braden Carlisle.

Stories On Stage: Adults Alone – Recorded on April 9, 2020, via Zoom Webinar – Stories on Stage favorites Jessica Austgen and Geoff Kent perform an outrageous and funny short story, “Adults Alone.” When the kids are away, the adults will DEFINITELY play — and learn some weird new things about themselves, as well!


Artist Chat: We Are What We Wear – Recorded April 9, 2020, via Zoom Webinar – Associate Curator Drew Austin chats with artists of We Are What We Wear, previously exhibited in 2019 at The Dairy. Hear from Winnie van der Rijn (New York), Peggy Turchette (Colorado), and more artists from around the country on their current live/work situation and their connection to fiber media in a time of mask creation and repurposing.

Boulder’s Story Slam – VIRTUAL (recorded Sunday, April 5). Hosted by Johanna Walker, speaking coach and lover of all things story With guest musician and co-host, Hal Walker. And stories BY YOU! The theme for the night was VIRAL. 

“Among Flowers in Bloom”- A collaborative online performance, made in isolation, with dance artist Julie Rothschild, musicians Emily Bowman and David Crowe, and visual artist Belgin Yucelen.

“Neo-Cubism: A New Perspective”

Curator of the Dairy Arts Center’s monthly Magic Showcase and Magician Braden Carlisle’s “Easiest Rubber Band Magic Trick”

“From The Ashes”  – Cindy Brandle Dance Company, February 2020

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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