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Boulder Arts Week
Boulder Arts Week, March 28-April 6, 2014, is Boulder's first large-scale, inclusive celebration of our community’s vibrant arts and cultural offerings. This citywide event will highlight Boulder’s distinguished arts and cultural programming and will include art walks, First Friday, exhibitions, performances, dance, music, theater, artist demonstrations, and symposia.
BYOV - Bring Your Own Venue - for Boulder Arts Week
Join us for an information packed meeting that will continue the conversation on how to find, create and secure alternative venues. Please come prepared to talk about your work and find new ways of presenting it.
Emily K. Harrison, Project Manager of Boulder Arts Week and founding Artistic Director of square product theatre and David Ortolano, Executive Director of the Boulder International Fringe Festival, will present.
Space for this event is being donated by The Catamounts, whose irreverent comedy, There Is A Happiness That Morning Is by Mickle Maher, runs March 7-30 in the East Theater at the Dairy. For tickets and more info, visit thecatamounts.org or facebook.com/thecatamounts.
Community Arts Fund
We have a winner! The Community Arts Fund is a pot of money that is awarded to a project that can be completed with a small infusion of cash. Lots of people have made small and sometimes larger contributions so that we could give $500 to The Boulder Opera to offer educational workshops to schools in Boulder, in particular to schools that have large percentages of low income populations. They will present "Intro to Opera" workshops at no cost to the schools, and local artists will participate in the presentations. Congratulations Boulder Opera!
Learn more about the Community Arts Fund.
Contribute to Flood Relief Fund for the Arts
The Boulder County Arts Alliance (BCAA) recognizes that many artists, crafts people and arts organizations throughout Boulder County have sustained damage or loss due to the recent flood. BCAA established this fund to assist these artists in their time of need. You can help us to help them:
As a donor, your contribution will be tax deductible and you may direct your donation to an area that you feel most inspired to support. However, you may not earmark your contribution for a specific artist or organization.
As an applicant, individual or organization, you may apply online for relief grants once funds become available. Look for an email announcement, check here or on our Grant Programs page for the link to guidelines and the form. Funding will be awarded based on need by a panel of artists, arts supporters and administrators.
Visit our Arts Resources page for more information on aid for artists and organizations affected by the flood.
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