Arts & Entertainment
This category covers dance , gallerias, shows, theater, and the like. All music see Music. Restaurants see food.
Jann goes to the Pearl Street Mall during the summer to check out the Pearl Street Arts Festival, Band on the Bricks and kids playing Pokemon Go.
Boulder resident and Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Pamela Tanner Boll explores these questions in her new documentary film, A Small Good Thing, screening at the Boedecker Theater at The Dairy Center for the Arts on Sunday, October 11, 2015.
The feature-length film, which recently won Best Documentary at the Boston International Film Festival, tells the stories of people moving away from the philosophy that “more is better.” It centers on a more holistic concept of well-being − one based on a close connection to themselves, the natural world, and to the greater good.
Produced by Mystic Artists, the film was shot on location in various communities throughout the Berkshires region of Massachusetts. The film follows innovative farmer Sean Stanton, social work student Tim Durrin and yoga teacher Mark Gerow, whose earlier careers in the armed forces have now shifted to service of a different kind; Jen and Pete Salinetti, a college-educated couple with two small children who have chosen to be farmers as a way to connect with their community; and Shirley Edgerton, a community activist and founder of both the Youth Alive Step Team and the Women of Color Giving Circle.
The film is directed by Boll, who co-executive produced the Academy Award®-winning 2004 film Born into Brothels: Calcutta’s Red Light Kids. With this new film, she partners with producers, and long-time associates, Paula Kirk and Kerthy Fix. Additionally, the film was edited by Boulder filmmaker T.C. Johnstone, who also directed the acclaimed 2012 film Rising From Ashes. Boll is an artist, filmmaker, writer, activist, and the Executive Producer of ten additional documentaries.
“A Small Good Thing does not pretend to have all the answers,” said Boll. “However, the film asks whether we can change our larger goals as a nation and learn from the rest of the world about the small truths that are the sources of human happiness. I’m so happy to be bringing the film to my adopted hometown of Boulder for these screenings.”
The film screens at 4:30 PM & 7:00 PM at the Boedecker Theater at the Dairy Center for the Arts, 2590 Walnut Street, Boulder, CO 80302 on Sunday, October 11, 2015.
2 Workshops on Thursday May 21st, 2015 just $25/Session
Session 1: 9:30 am – 1:00 pm
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1 Day Quickbooks Online Certification Training on May 22nd
Come be inspired, learn and network at QuickBooks Connect Local Boulder. You may be on your own, but you don’t have to feel like it. That’s why QuickBooks is bringing together small business owners for a one-time event right here in Boulder. You’ll walk away with new contacts, insider tips and inspiring ideas to take your business to the next level. Tickets are just $25, but space is limited and seats will go fast.
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November 21st and 22nd 7PM
The Dickens Opera House
300 Main St, Longmont, CO 80501
Tickets $20 in advance
or $25 at the door
Find out more and order tickets at: http://newbreeddance.com/
This sexy, athletic, and wildly entertaining show promises to tell the tongue-in-cheek story of some of history’s most unique leading ladies. Featuring the dancing talents of Cleopatra, Marie Antoinette, Josephine Baker, Hillary Clinton and more, audiences are in for a night of phenomenal showmanship, rocking live music, and raising cocktails for girl-power around the world.
LOCATION: The City of Boulder is finalizing preparations for the filming of a movie, ‘Christmastime’ on and around the Pearl Street Mall. Filming will begin this Friday, Nov. 14 and continue through Friday, Nov. 21.
‘Christmastime,’ directed by Michael Landon, Jr., includes Ernie Hudson, Marley Shelton, and Christian Kane in the cast. The plot is focused around a couple who owns a business on the Pearl Street Mall and is visited by an angel during the holiday season. Approximately 150 residents from in and around Boulder will work as extras during the week of the filming.
STAGING AREA: The Municipal Center parking lot on Canyon Boulevard, just west of Broadway, will serve as the primary staging area for film crews from Thursday, Nov. 13 at 5 p.m. until Friday, Nov. 21 at 11:59 p.m. The Municipal Center parking lot will be closed to city employees and the public throughout this time period. The Library parking lot across the creek, accessible from Arapahoe Avenue, will remain open and available for public parking.
PLOT SUMMARY Echoing in the deepest depths of space, a humble prayer ascends: One from Maire Taylor, a smart, beautiful businesswoman who asks that her husband find the strength and wisdom to let go of their 9 year old marriage … While a second prayer simultaneously comes from Billy Taylor, a hopelessly romantic artist who asks that his wife receive the strength and wisdom to hold on. From these humble pleas, comes an answer in the form of a little miracle (an 8 year old runaway from heaven) who takes it upon herself to rekindle the once intimate friendship and romance that has slowly, but surely slipped away from Billy and Maire due to a heart-wrenching loss. Using all of her skill and charm (as well as some well-intentioned mischief!) our little 8 year old runaway comically sets out to heal their broken hearts and save their marriage by helping them get back to the basics of love.
FULL CAST AND CREW Christmastime
No matter how buried or forgotten we all have the embers of Creativity within us. This presentation is for everyone who desires and dares to access, maintain, and sustain their Creativity and will point people in the right direction toward rekindling our Creative embers and turning them into Creative flames.
Patrick is a visionary educator, accomplished artist, and independent scholar. Patrick Williams runs his own for profit art, speaking, and consulting business as well as being the Creative Director and Operations Manager of Satori Institute, A research based non-profit organization.
With over three decades of experience, Patrick has innovated creative curriculums and taught children and adults art, creativity, new science, budo, and art history in public and private schools, community centers, teacher trainings, and mentorship experiences.
Patrick’s paintings and drawings have been shown in many solo exhibits and group shows throughout the United States, Japan, and China. His work has been represented by galleries in Chicago, Seattle, Albuquerque, and Omaha.
He holds black belts in Karate-do and Aikido and has trained and taught budo for more than thirty-five years. He also practices Kyudo, Japanese archery. Patrick has an expansive and comprehensive knowledge of art history and holds a BFA in painting from the University of Nebraska.
Jann talks with the people who run the City of Boulder Office of Arts and Culture and what they do for the local community to educate and promote arts in the society.
To Find out more and take a quick survey visit: http://boulderarts.org
A chronicle of James Brown’s rise from extreme poverty to become one of the most influential musicians in history.
MMMMMBoulder-MOVIES, MUSIC, MOVEMENT, MONOLOGUE, MODERN ART and… MAGIC!
This is an evening featuring short MOVIES by Boulder County filmmakers including Spotlight by Larissa Rhodes, One Call Delivery by Don Sniffin, The Trenchcoat by David Bashford, Let’s Art by William Garrison, and the final film presentation for the Boulder Tattoo Project; alternating with live MUSIC from Martian Acres (Americana), Covex (electronic music), Purple Squirrel (modern jazz/funk rock) & singer-songwriter Lisa Bell; and MOVEMENT by 3rd Law Dance/Theater. MONOLOGUE will be provided by local story tellers and poets Johanna Walker & Valerie Szarek.
Delightful MAGIC from Gregg Tobo of Astonishing Productions will be presented in the lobby, along with MODERN ART by some of Boulder’s finest visual artists including Annette Coleman, Linda Parks, Catherine Pistone, Sydney LaSasso and Heather Taylor. Culinary artists Bon Appétit Mobile Bistro and Boulder Bowls food trucks and Shamane’s Bake Shoppe will sell delicious food items, and wine & beer will also be for sale. The best of Boulder’s Natural Products companies will also be on display in the lobby.
More info & tickets: www.mmmmmBoulder.com Show tickets are only $25