Featured Event – Local Boulder Artists Exhibit
Boulder artists Heather Schulte, Carolyn Kerchof, and Jessica Moon Bernstein-Schiano initiated independent projects during the Covid-19 pandemic as attempts to process what was going on both locally and nationally. Their projects Stitching the Situation, Boulder Covid Stories, and Covid Cuts attempt to capture the pandemic’s complexity not only as a once-in-a-lifetime public health crisis, but also as a period of social reckoning about communal health, climate change, and what it means to coexist on this planet. At the height of the stay-at-home order, Heather, Carolyn, and Jessica sought to make connections through their work. All three projects are efforts to piece together what is happening one story, one scrap of paper, or one stitch at a time. Visitors are invited to participate in various interactive elements of each display, in addition to several writing, collage, and cross-stitching workshops that will accompany this exhibit. These workshops are free and open to the entire Boulder community.
The exhibit opening is on October 7th from 6-9 pm as part of NoBo’s First Friday. It will run throughout the month of October, with a closing reception on November 4th from 6-9 pm.
Accompanying this exhibit are several writing, collage, and cross-stitching workshops. These workshops are free and open to the entire Boulder community.
Boulder, CO 80305