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Sep
7
Sat
A Spirit of Tradition: From the Bishop Tafoya Collection @ Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center, Inc. Tickets
Sep 7 2019 – Jan 19 2020 all-day
A Spirit of Tradition: From the Bishop Tafoya Collection @ Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center, Inc.

Santos have been made for centuries, since the early Spanish Colonial era. In the Americas, local expressions and native materials created a distinctly New World Style. Today, dedicated artists are still creating santos, working within an evolving tradition steeped in a rich history, but adapting to modern society. This exhibit features select santos from Bishop Tafoya, Ruth Gast and others from the permanent collection at the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center.
Open Wed-Sat 11AM-4PM, Sun 12-4PM. $10 Adult / $8 Child, Seniors 65+, Military. Members free.

Sep
14
Sat
The Collector’s Aesthetic: Victor Keen @ Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center, Inc. Tickets
Sep 14 2019 @ 11:00 am – Jan 5 2020 @ 4:00 pm
The Collector's Aesthetic: Victor Keen @ Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center, Inc.

Victor Keen’s interest in collecting encompasses much more than outsider art. He has also assembled an extensive array of Catalin radios, antique toys and banks, milk glass, toasters, vintage postcards, etc., many of which are housed in the Bethany Mission Gallery in Philadelphia, PA. This exhibition will highlight a sampling of these collections with examples of radios, toys and banks, and vintage worker’s ID badges in conjunction with the White Gallery’s exhibition of outsider art. Wed-Sat 11AM-4PM, Sun 12-4PM.

Oct
5
Sat
Outsider Art: The Collection of Victor Keen @ Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center, Inc. Tickets
Oct 5 2019 – Jan 12 2020 all-day

Open Wed-Sat 11AM-4PM, Sun 12-4PM.

In her book, Great and Mighty Things*, Ann Percy defines Outsider Art: Originally used to describe art that was created by individuals coping with mental illness or living outside the boundaries of established culture, the term “outsider art” is now used more generally to encompass a great many artists who can more accurately be identified as “self-taught.” The majority of these artists do not necessarily earn their livings creating paintings or sculpture; to the contrary, they exist with limited or no connection to the art world as we define it via galleries, museums, schools, curators, dealers, critics and collectors. To put it simply, outsider art is made by individuals who are driven to create by their own particular inner compulsions.

This fall, Pueblo native Victor Keen brings his extensive collection of outsider art to share with the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center and the community. Victor Keen created the Bethany Mission Gallery in Philadelphia, PA, as a space to showcase this collection. He continues to seek out the artists and artworks that interest him not only visually, but also through the stories they tell. Paramount to seeking out the paintings, prints, drawings and sculptures as objects themselves, Keen’s true passion lies in finding connections with the artists and cultivating meaningful relationships with them through his acquisitions.
*Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2013
Open Wed-Sat 11AM-4PM, Sun 12-4PM. $10 Adult / $8 Child, Seniors 65+, Military. Members free.

Oct
31
Thu
The Thanksgiving Play @ Curious Theatre Company Tickets
Oct 31 @ 7:30 pm – Dec 15 @ 9:30 pm
The Thanksgiving Play @ Curious Theatre Company

Ah, Thanksgiving, that most American of Holidays: when families gather to bask in the bounty of the harvest, football, giant balloons—and the legacy of genocide and violent colonial expansion. Good intentions collide with absurd assumptions in this wickedly funny satire as a troupe of terminally “woke” teaching artists trip all over themselves to create a politically correct, yet historically accurate , yet dramatically revolutionary, yet accurately represented sand responsibly cast Thanksgiving play for elementary schools…all while navigating aspirations to be successful actors- but not commercially successful- and overall unproblematic white people. Come see this production 10/31-12/15, Thursday-Saturday at 7:30pm and Sundays at 2:00pm.

Nov
9
Sat
Love Thy Neighbor–call for entries @ Commonwheel Artists Co-op Tickets
Nov 9 – Dec 15 all-day
Love Thy Neighbor--call for entries @ Commonwheel Artists Co-op

Love Thy Neighbor
Gallery show dates: February 7–March 2, 2020
Juried show of art inspired by C. H. Rockey.
Jury application process open November 6 through December 15.
For this show we are looking for artwork in honor of and inspired by the artwork and life of our former neighbor, C. H. Rockey. He loved Manitou Springs and was an integral part of the lifeblood of our community for over 50 years.

All work must be available for sale and not exhibited in a previous Commonwheel gallery show. Jury Applications are available until December 15 at https://www.commonwheel.com/love-thy-neighbor.html

Nov
15
Fri
Holiday Market @ Commonwheel Artists Co-op Tickets
Nov 15 @ 10:00 am – Dec 30 @ 6:00 pm
Holiday Market @ Commonwheel Artists Co-op

Join us for our annual Holiday Market. Our art and fine craft items are made by local Colorado artists, with price and quality in mind.

Browse our offerings of hand-crafted items and you’re sure to find something unique for even the impossible-to-shop-for people on your gift list.

Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day

Peaceful and creative holidays to all from Commonwheel Artists Co-op!

Nov
17
Sun
Faculty Trios @ Moss Performing Arts Center Love Recital Hall Tickets
Nov 17 @ 4:00 pm
Faculty Trios @ Moss Performing Arts Center Love Recital Hall

Faculty Trios
November 17; 4pm
Moss Performing Arts Center Love Recital Hall

Boulder’s Story Slam @ Dairy Arts Center Tickets
Nov 17 @ 7:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Boulder’s Story Slam @ Dairy Arts Center

Ready for a laugh-inducing, edge-of-your-seat, heart-opening night of stories? Where you or the person next to you could take home the prize for best story? We’ll bring a hat (for you to put your name in), the theme, some music, and a microphone. You bring the stories.
There will be a time limit (5 minutes) and a winner. (That’s right — competitive storytelling. The audience votes for the best story.)
Hosted by Johanna Walker, co-producer of Truth Be Told, a previous version of Boulder’s story slam, and Jeffrey Howard, with musical breaks from Shanna in a Dress, who combines witty, heartfelt songwriting with great musicianship.
So lean in, open your heart, grab a friend, and show up to BOULDER’S STORY SLAM.
Let’s tell some stories!
The theme for the night is BAGS
If you have a story in any way related to BAGS, come put your name in the hat. If you don’t want the mic this time, just come listen to a great night of storytelling.
PLEASE NOTE: Johanna will be teaching a storytelling workshop for anyone interested in one day putting their name in the hat. Wednesday November 6, 6-8pm.
Doors open at 6:30pm. Show starts at 7pm.
General Admission is $15. VIP seats $25 (reserved seats in rows 1 or 2)
Visit www.storyslamboulder.com for more info.

Nov
20
Wed
Chasing Light: 8th Annual Exhibit of the Plein Air Artists of Northern Colorado @ Carnegie Center for Creativity Tickets
Nov 20 @ 12:00 pm – Nov 30 @ 6:00 pm
Chasing Light: 8th Annual Exhibit of the Plein Air Artists of Northern Colorado @ Carnegie Center for Creativity

It’s 25° along the Poudre River and a dozen goosedown-jacketed figures have been standing in the snow, barely moving, for the past three hours. Who would do such a thing? Why, members of the Northern Colorado Plein Air Artists, that’s who. Committed to painting the landscape in all weather — after all, “plein air,” the painting style of the French Impressionists, means painting in the “open air” — they meet every Friday throughout the year to paint, sun, rain or snow. Now’s the chance to see what they’ve been up to at their annual exhibit at the Carnegie Center for Creativity, 200 Mathews Street, Fort Collins. The exhibit, which will showcase oil, pastel and watercolor paintings of 14 local plein air artists*, will be open to the public Wednesdays through Saturdays, 12 noon – 6 pm, November 20 – 30. The show’s opening reception, when the artists will be on hand to meet the public, will take place Friday, November 22, 5 – 8 pm. Throughout the exhibition, the artists will demonstrate painting techniques and their artwork will be available for sale. This event is free.

Student Chamber Ensembles @ Warehouse 2565 @ Warehouse 2565 Tickets
Nov 20 @ 7:30 pm
Student Chamber Ensembles @ Warehouse 2565 @ Warehouse 2565

Student Chamber Ensembles @ Warehouse 2565
November 20; 7:30pm
Warehouse 2565
Free