Dairy Arts Center

Feb 07
February 7, 2019 To March 3, 2019

We begin inside a modern-day museum, where two security guards and a painter find themselves compelled to touch a masterpiece. But soon, we are skipping through time, watching Rembrandt at work and...

With more than 20 years as a stand-up comedian, Tom Papa is one of the top comedic voices in the country finding success in film, TV, radio, podcasts as well as on the live stage. Tom is the new Head...

Feb 15

United Flight 232 recounts the true story of a DC-10 that left Denver’s Stapleton Airport on July 19, 1989, bound for Chicago O'Hare, heavy with 296 souls. Told simply with chairs, movement, and a...

An informal chat and book-signing with Alan Stern, principal investigator of the New Horizons mission to Pluto, and co-author of "Chasing New Horizons: Inside the Epic First Mission to Pluto." Dr....

Braden Carlisle continues to curate the best magic. This show, in The Boedecker Theater, will feature some close-up magic.

Feb 22
February 22, 2019 To February 24, 2019

Boulder Ballet is celebrating the landmark achievements of NASA’s New Horizons Pluto-Kuiper Belt Mission. We've taken the beauty and mystery of space, the courage of exploration, the fragility and...

Current exhibiting artist Elizabeth Morisette will teach how to create a basket using the ancient technique of coiling. Using a variety of papers, participants will experiment with texture and color...

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Boulder Jewish Film Festival
Mar 07-17
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The Dairy Arts Center was founded in 1992 to provide cooperative workspaces for local artists and venues for live performance in Boulder County. Originally owned by the Watts-Hardy Dairy, the building’s transformation from a former milk-processing facility to a thriving multi-disciplinary arts hub for Boulder and beyond is a nationally recognized example of constructive urban development and renewal.
 
The Dairy’s founders envisioned a community arts center where artists of all genres would create and inspire each other and the greater community. Today, this dream of shared art making is a thriving reality. The Dairy’s 42,000 square foot facility houses disciplines ranging from visual arts, theater, and film to dance and music.
 
A professional environment complete with art galleries, performance venues, teaching studios, offices, rehearsal spaces, dance studios, and a 60-seat art-house cinema, it is Boulder's largest multi-disciplinary arts center. The Dairy's audience spans all ages, backgrounds and ability levels, from young student to seasoned performer and from first-time to seasoned theatergoers. Our audience is inclusive of all ages and backgrounds as well as adults and children of various cultures and levels of ability; our facility is accessible to persons with physical mobility challenges.

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