BMoCA and the City of Boulder are turning to public artwork as a tool to faciliate community healing after the devastating floods this past fall. This ongoing and continuously evolving project will feature local artists with goals of thanking first responders and volunteers and recognizing those affected by the floods. Daily, all day.
Cured co-owner and cheesemonger Will Frischkorn will serve five courses of cheeses and meats, while West Flanders chef Tony Hessel will select beers to sip with each selection. Hear the experts' pairing explanations as you enjoy the tasty snacks and beverages from these local Boulder-based eateries. Wed 7 p.m.
This dance performance incorporates theater and live music to tell a collection of intertwined stories about the human experience. Kate Speer and Maren Waldman's work deals with issues such as humankind's connection with nature, the reality of war, and universal emotions. Fri-Sat 7:30 p.m.; Sun 2 p.m.
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