Boulder offers a vibrant cultural landscape, highlighted by the fact that our city has the third highest population of artists in the country. Many of our residents have a deep appreciation for the arts, so if you’d like to join the community for a celebration of creativity, stop by Boulder Arts Week from March 30 to April 7, 2018. Here, we share a few can’t-miss opportunities to explore our arts scene.
Diana Stetson: In Love With This Earth
On Friday, March 30 from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Diana Stetson’s one-of-a-kind prints will be on display at Art + Soul Gallery on Pearl Street. This talented artist is well-known for creating striking paintings and prints, and this is her only show coming to Boulder in 2018. If you can’t make it on March 30, no worries—this display is available on several different days throughout the week.
Art comes in many forms, and Taki Gold seeks to provide the audience with a cathartic experience that ends in the destruction of his creations. If you’d like to see this unique presentation that acknowledges and celebrates the impermanent nature of life, visit the Boulder Creative Collective Warehouse on Saturday, March 31 at 7:00 p.m.
All Knowledge Must Be Shared!
Boulder Arts Week aims to be thought-provoking and educational. Everyone has something special to share, and there’s no better place to enlighten others than the interactive event, All Knowledge Must Be Shared!. On the first Tuesday of each month, Matt Clifford hosts this delightful discussion at the Rad-ish Collective, located at 710 31st Street. If you’d like to participate during Boulder Arts Week, drop by on Tuesday, April 3 at 11:00 a.m. The topics aren’t limited to art—you’re welcome to share your knowledge on any subject.
Your Studio Time!
Feeling inspired by Boulder’s incredible display of ingenuity? Join in the fun and create your own work of art on Wednesday, April 4 at 5:30 p.m. At Bohemia Boulder, you’ll have the opportunity to start a new canvas or bring a piece that’s already in progress. If you enjoy the environment and community, Bohemia Boulder is an excellent studio in which to create all year round.
Jane Dalrymple-Hollo: Loquacious Lines
If you enjoy bold and abstract art, don’t miss out on the chance to see the collection Loquacious Lines by Jane Dalrymple-Hollo. The paintings displayed at Mercury Framing are colorful and will provide guests with plenty to take in and analyze. As an added bonus, these awesome works of art were created by a local Boulder artist. To view this unique collection, visit the gallery on Thursday, April 5, or one of the other days that they’re on display.
Boulder Arts Week strives to provide residents with an enriching cultural experience. The list described here isn’t exhaustive, so be sure to check out the full calendar for the full selection of events.