Step into their world as this group of artists reveals how they each view the way they inhabit of their own environments. The geography-themed exhibition—a graduate thesis project completed by four CU Boulder students—explores elements of nature and the way various aspects of earth interact.
You'll think differently about your compost bin after this exhibit. Artist Dennis Rousel elevates the concept of waste in his prints of everyday items. The simple photos demonstrate the theme of the deterioration by creating beauty in images of decomposing food. See one man's trash become another's treasure in images such as "Apple Cores" and "Deconstructed Turnip." Mon-Fri 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Welcome to the city of cubes. Artist Jeneve Parrish sketches realist-style images that depict labyrinths of twist and turns. The dimensional portraits are Parrish's large scale exploration of space and light. Check out the geometrical sprawls of varying views of the light saturated images. Fri 6-10 p.m. Sat-Sun 1-5 p.m.
Enter into the world of once upon a time. The collection of mystical art pieces forces viewers to consider the influence that the supernatural has on everyday life. The fantasy-themed pieces vary stylistically, but all work to reveal a theme of mythological intrigue. Keep an eye out for a surprise release from artist Kidrobot at the event. Fri 6-10 p.m. Sat-Sun noon-5 p.m.
The art of dance is equal parts beauty and technique. At this performance, learn a thing or two about the “Limón technique”—a style focused on giving into the body’s natural expression through the control of weighted movement and breathing. Artistic Director Carla Maxwell combines her contemporary choreography with the late José Limón’s unique repertory.
Theory meets art in this dance premiere. Artistic Director James Wallace explores his conceptualization of the conflicting condition of Dissonance Theory within the context of physical movement; he resolves the cognitive contentions characteristic of the theory with a shift from unstable to harmonious choreography.
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