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Colorado Black Arts Festival Day 1

African Americans have made some crucial contributions to art and culture. The Colorado Black Arts Festival is proof. Live African drum and bass, blues, gospel, jazz, hip-hop, reggae, soul and world beat music fills the air. Multiple mediums, from fiber to photography, are displayed by notable and up and coming African American artists. Might want […]

Burner Bazaar Day 2

We hope you’re as excited about this bazaar as we are because you know that you have cool creative community with whom to do all your shopping! Stock up on your festival gear from your friends and family! – Handmade Costume, Fashion, Gift & Art Bazaar – Your favorite bazaar to stick-it-to-the-man returns to keep […]

Burner Bazaar

We hope you’re as excited about this bazaar as we are because you know that you have cool creative community with whom to do all your shopping! Stock up on your festival gear from your friends and family! – Handmade Costume, Fashion, Gift & Art Bazaar – Your favorite bazaar to stick-it-to-the-man returns to keep […]

Earth Day Celebration at Alfalfa’s

Come celebrate Alfalfa’s Market’s 6th B’earthday party from 11am-4pm on Saturday, April 22nd! 6 years of sustainability, 6 years of local vendors, 6 years of Boulder community. We’ll have free cake, B.Y.O.T. (Bring Your Own Tee) printmaking with FLATIRON PRESS benefiting the Colorado Tree Coalition, a bike giveaway from Republic Cycles, KGNU Djing live, sustainable local artists, tons […]

Open House at Movement Ritual

Save the date! Come Move! ········· Tuesday April 4th 2017 6:30pm – 8:30pm ········· Movement Ritual is hosting an open house, join us for an evening of Movement, Art & Fun! Get your ticket to secure a spot in the free movement class! More details soon! ·········   Afro Triangle will be on site with […]

Women Behaving Badly at First Baptist Church of Denver

The Women Behaving Badly series by Denver artist Adri Norris celebrates female leaders, activists, and innovators in a variety of fields. From worker’s rights to Bluetooth technology, Title 9 to the Nobel Peace Prize, these women profoundly shaped our modern world. Whether you’ve been following the series from day one or are encountering the work for the first time, you don’t want to miss this!

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