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Studio Arts Boulder: Printmaking Lab
MoPrint 2018 Open Hous

LOCATION: The Studio Boulder
DATE: March 24, 2018
TIME: 10am - 4pm

Join Studio Arts Boulder artist & board member, Renate Mairie, and artist & designer, Carin Reich for a printmaking open house.  Renate & Carin will be giving demonstrations on wood block carving -with opportunities for community participation.  They will also demonstrate block printing using the hand burnishing/baren method.  Both artists will also have individual works on display and for sale.

About Renate Mairie

Ms. Mairie earned her undergraduate degree in printmaking and art history from the University of Colorado, Boulder and is Co-Owner of Flatiron Press, a small custom printmaking shop in north Boulder.  She began her artist career at the Pottery Lab when she took a beginning hand building class.  Renate is currently earning a graduate degree in psychology where she hopes to eventually combine her knowledge into an art and psychotherapy practice.  https://www.redbubble.com/people/inkelangelo

Renate will also be on hand to discuss the future vision for studio arts in Boulder.  Literature will be available with information on Studio Arts Boulder and its pending design for an 11,000+ sq.ft. custom facility, which will be dedicated to community studio art education.  MoPrint 2018 is a fabulous way to begin a dialogue with the community about the details of this project especially as it applies to the art of printmaking.


The Dairy Arts Center: Visual Arts Exhibitions

 

Divided: Race and Identity in Modern America
MacMahon Gallery
January 26-March 4, 2018 | Reception: January 26

The artists in this group exhibition explore the themes of race, identity, power, and division and the links between them in modern America. Through painting, photography, video, and sculpture each artist brings a diverse perspective and elicits a unique discussion on these important but often hard to address topics. Featuring works by Tya Alisa Anthony, Michael Brohman, Michael Dixon, and Françoise Soulé Duressé.

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The Sound of Red
MacMillan Family Lobby & Polly Addison Gallery
January 26-March 4, 201 | Reception: January 26

The Sound of Red is an exploration by the artist Detour (a.k.a Thomas Evans) of the associations between sound, color, and form by attempting to create space for simultaneous response. Through the existence of this space, one will start to question and reevaluate one’s impression of how they all work together.

 
 

They Still Live
Hand-Rudy Gallery
January 26-March 4, 201 | Reception: January 26

Reconstructing roots to build a bridge to tomorrow. They Still Live, supported with the help of the Paul Hamilton collection, is a journey into the discovery of self. Made to be liberating, eye opening, and informative at its core, They Still Live is an effort to spark the interest of individuals to discover their heritage and to learn more about the history of their origins.

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Charity Handwork - Tuesdays at 1:00pm
at the Longmont Yarn Shoppe

What better joy than to make for others?  What better joy than to make for others in need?  LYS began with a Charity Handwork mission in 2012 - to make 1000 warm things for the homeless in Boulder County.  We exceeded that goal and the mission of Charity Handwork continues today......
Project patterns and yarn for those who would like to contribute will be available during Tuesday Handwork hours (1 - 3 pm), or you can pick up anytime to take home and bring back to LYS to be distributed.  Please provide your own needles and hooks.   Currently we are making Snuggles Pads for the Longmont Humane Society, Layettes, Baby and Toddler items for Clinica Campesina, and always we can provide you with yarn to make warm things for the homeless.


March is the Month of Print!

Stay tuned for events happening in and around Boulder, including workshops, demonstrations, and celebrations of the world of printmaking.


 
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The 5th annual Boulder Arts Week will take place on March 30 to April 7, 2018, at venues throughout the city. Celebrating Boulder Artists, the Week is Boulder's only large-scale, inclusive celebration of our community's vibrant arts and cultural offerings, promoting and celebrating our city’s thriving creativity. Join us to celebrate the city’s excellent artists and arts and culture offerings such as art walks, First Fridays, exhibitions, performances, dance, music, theater, public art, artist demonstrations, lectures, readings, and workshops. 

 

1ST ANNUAL MEMBERS EXHIBITION
at the Center for Fine Art Photography

Director of the Studio Arts Boulder Board, Bob Crifasi, will be showing his photographs alongside other local photographers.

The exhibit will show from MARCH 9 to APRIL 7, 2018.

Opening Reception:
Friday, March 16 from 5:30pm - 8:00pm

The Center for Fine Art Photography
400 North College Avenue | Fort Collins, CO 80524

See more about the event HERE.

 

They Are Coming To Get You Barbara by Robert Crifasi

They Are Coming To Get You Barbara by Robert Crifasi