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Boulder’s Creative Canvas: A Journey Through Its Dynamic Arts Landscape

February 8th, 2024

Do you want to explore the vibrant arts scene of Boulder, Colorado? From street art to live music, there’s something for everyone in this creative city. This guide will take you on an exploration of Boulder’s most popular cultural hotspots, uncovering the city’s hidden gems and introducing you to its vibrant local art scene. So let’s get started and explore the arts scene in Boulder! Discovering Boulder’s Creative Hubs: A Guide to the City’s Most Notable Art Galleries Boulder, Colorado is a vibrant city filled with art, culture, and creativity. For those looking... Read More

Artist Spotlight: Michelle Ellsworth: Preparation for the Obsolescence of the Y Chromosome

May 24th, 2016

MediaLive is an annual week long festival of performances, workshops, and events from compelling artists and thinkers working internationally in new media brought to you by the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (BMoCA). Saturday evening, I got to watch one such artist perform and I’m thrilled to tell you about her. Michelle Ellsworth teaches dance, theater, and interdisciplinary specialty courses that combine dance, theater, science, technology, music, and film at the University of Colorado at Boulder. She’s won a ton of awards and honors and was recently feature in the New York Times. A... Read More

Faces of Boulder- Pic of the Day!

October 20th, 2015

Meet Sydney! Sydney is a Miami native, but her family has been in Boulder for the past six years.  A senior at Fairview, Sydney has been looking at colleges in the Pacific Northwest to continue her education.  She is interested in Art History and Museum Studies and currently works at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (BMOCA) to get a start in her future career.  BMOCA is currently working on their event called “Halloweenies” set to debut this Friday!   Targeted for a younger crowd, BMOCA is trying to get kids involved and interested in local art!  Read More