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Oliver Jeffers. Free UK Delivery by Amazon. Include Out of Stock. This modest man of irrepressible imagination and energy carried a vast array of honors and accolades. When: March 2-April 1, ; Fri 6 p. Androcles and the Lion Day Camps offer kids a fun, hands-on experience complete with a tour of the theatre, hands-on activities, a personal meet-and-greet with the cast members, and more!
Performance tickets to Androcles and the Lion are additional. More: Meet-and-greet and photo opportunities with the cast are available following every performance. Colorado Springs Jan. Each piece on display is a physical representation of a code, as is every knitted piece, but beyond the inherent coded nature of knitting, each piece also represents code in an additional way.
References to literature, pop culture, and feminist movements are all embedded in my work. It takes skill, patience and time to become a knitter. My passion for being a textile artist is parallel to my passion for the earth and what it gives us to use in life and in art. I am an educational advocate for each process involved in knitting, from the sheep to the shirt, or the llama, camel, alpaca, rabbit, hemp or cotton plant.
Knitting is typically seen as craft. Not necessarily a granny sitting behind an ever-growing afghan, crafting a functional piece of art, stitch by stitch by stitch—though it can be. Knitting is the forming of a tactile piece that is a conglomeration of craft, art, function, history, visual stimulation, messaging and design.
My current body of work examines the interplay between the function of a knitted piece and the visual and conceptual experience of its viewer. Playwright Lynn Nottage is the winner of two Pulitzer Prizes — making history as the first female playwright to win two Pulitzers for drama, the first woman of color to win two of these prestigious awards in any category, and the second African-American playwright to be recognized twice. This beautifully written and intensely personal story weaves a delicate tapestry of the joys and sorrows of an African-American seamstress in New York City.
Esther sews elegant intimates for socialites and prostitutes alike as a vibrant cast of characters plays part in her determined search for love and respect in a world that seems to overlook her. Reservations: More: A free guided backstage tour will be offered following the Feb. Colorado Springs Dec. The Art of Haiti: Loas, History and Memory is a major exhibition which explores the contemporary significance of Haitian art.
This exhibition will challenge commonly held ideas about Haiti as a site of exotic strangeness within the Americas, and offer new ways of understanding Haitian art. The Art of Haiti is curated by Dr. Using a rich symbolic visual language, he comments on the importance of the past on Haitian contemporary society, and addresses issues such as migration, or slavery, and reverberations into the present.
He returned to Haiti in , and presently resides there. Allen will create a site-specific mural for this exhibition. Tessa Mars is a Haitian visual artist living and working in Port-au-Prince. She represented Haiti in the Venice Biennial in Since she has been solely focused on developing her career as an artist. Born in Tokyo, Japan but residing in the United States since , Yoshitomo Saito finds inspiration in the minutia of the natural world, drawing out details of the environment surrounding us and elements of everyday experiences that most would miss or take for granted.
Utilizing the Italian lost-wax process of bronze casting at his Ironton Studios foundry in the RiNo Art District of Denver, the artist freezes delicate, organic objects in time and assembles them into immersive, meditative, thoughtful and sometimes humorous installations. Saito was born in in Tokyo, Japan. The prestigious Haines Gallery of San Francisco has been actively exhibiting and promoting his work since Drawing from traditional Japanese Shinto mythology and contemporary Anime films, these immersive, highly detailed video works invite the viewer into another world.
With a vivid imagination and a saturated color palette, this video retells a creation story about the time when the gods of heaven separated from the gods of the land. Born in Tokyo in , Aoshima studied Economics at Hosei University prior to beginning a career in art. Bored with her course of study, she taught herself the design program Illustrator and began creating digital images.
Her work caught the attention of Japanese Neo-Pop artist Takashi Murakami, who eventually made her a member of his art production company Kaikai Kiki Co. This hauntingly beautiful musical based on the Warner Bros. But, when Corporal Eddie Birdlace meets Rose, an awkward and idealistic waitress whom he enlists to win a cruel bet with his fellow recruits, she rewrites the rules of the game and teaches him the power of love and compassion.
It will also allow the theatre school to contract more professional actors, designers, directors and educators from around the country to teach a variety of workshops so students get the most diverse, well-rounded knowledge possible. Beginning Jan. For decades, the FAC has been providing museum gallery tours led by a corps of trained, volunteer docents; they focus on both special exhibitions as well as the permanent collection galleries.
The goal of the free school tours program is to reduce barriers to participation and make it possible for a significant number of area youth to have the opportunity to visit the museum. The FAC is providing more ways for students to understand the artwork through interactive experiences, discussion and technology, as well as increasing the relevance of the collections for teachers by aligning visits to 21 st century skills and Common Core standards in addition to established standards. The FAC reached out to teachers to determine the barriers to tours among local district educators and, according to the findings, the top two barriers cited are the cost of a tour per student and the cost of transportation.
For these reasons, in addition to providing free school tours, the FAC will offer subsidized funding for bus transportation to Pre-K public schools, thanks to generous underwriting support. Buses will be available on a first-come, first-served basis, as funds are limited.
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Title I schools will receive total reimbursement for bus transportation. All non-Title I schools will receive reimbursement up to 50 percent of the cost of transportation, while funds are available. Many underfunded school districts are scaling back arts education. At the same time, national cultural programs, like the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities, are at risk of losing federal funding.
As a result, the FAC is dedicated to fostering experimentation, growth, and a sense of shared community by ensuring that the arts are a part of the life experience of children in our community. Youth arts education prepares students for success by boosting skills such as literacy, mathematics, critical thinking, collaboration and communication, and even community building and civic engagement. We hope that all children living in Colorado Springs will be able to say that they want to visit more museums and see more of the world through the arts. This new initiative is an additional offering following the well-received Fourth Grade Passport to the Arts program which was announced on Sept.
The FAC has already issued over Passport to the Arts memberships to fourth grade families and those numbers continue to rise each week. This gallery show explores the complexity of encaustic, a paint made from natural beeswax and damar resin. In contrast, her wax and paper hangings evoke a delicate transparency, encased within the material strength of encaustic.
View more about Suiter online at www. Pottery, jewelry, paintings, handmade cards, prints, textiles, and more! Equally well known for landscapes and cityscapes, Dehn was an extensive national and international traveler and depicted the sublime drama of the Pikes Peak region, as well as rural and urban environments from all over the world. This exhibition was curated by Dr. The FAC will be bustling with activities the whole family will enjoy. In addition to free admission into the museum galleries, patrons can enjoy a curator-led walk-through of the exhibition, buy theatre tickets to one of the two performances of Annie scheduled for the day, snap a pic in the new red cube out front, and MORE!
Based on the popular comic strip by Harold Gray, Annie has become a worldwide phenomenon and is the winner of seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical. She is determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of a New York City Orphanage that is run by the cruel, embittered Miss Hannigan.
With the help of the other girls in the orphanage, Annie escapes into the wondrous world of NYC. She finds a new home and family in billionaire Oliver Warbucks, his personal secretary Grace Farrell, and a lovable mutt named Sandy. Annie is the perfect family-friendly musical — just in time for the holidays.
The production is stage managed by Tim Muldrew.
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She thrived on the positive interaction and reinforcement she was getting. Fortunately, Sandy will have a home, but to learn more about her adoptable friends at HSPPR in need of a new family, visit www. Annie Day Camps offer kids a fun, educational experience complete with a tour of the theatre, hands-on experiences with the set, a dance class, a personal meet-and-greet with the cast members, and more!
Offered at 11 a. Performance tickets to Annie are additional. Check the FAC calendar online for dates and details! The legendary Wailers band returns to bring its revolutionary sound to fans around the world. Lead singer Joshua David Barrett is a Rastaman by lifestyle and culture. These accolades were made possible by the creative, timeless, and distinctive music, lyrics and production by these incomparable Wailers musicians. It is a sparkling collection of new, original material inspired collaborations and some surprising covers such as B.
Some are like finely crafted short stories. Los Angeles-based artist Jennifer Steinkamp is best known for her computer-generated animations exploring notions of perception and reality, often choosing to depict familiar objects or natural elements in motion. For this exhibition, stunningly elegant projections of trees will fill the walls of an otherwise darkened gallery, immersing the viewer in a serenely unnatural, yet natural landscape capturing the essence of the life cycle we all witness through our own lives.
Maryland-based artist Steven Durow creates large-scale sculptures and installations in his primary medium of cast glass. In , the FAC acquired one of his sculptures Dasein — on view in the courtyard. Durow disrupts the typical associations of glass by making works that communicate ideas of weightiness and mass, or that feature raw, pitted surfaces that can speak to ideas about entropy and loss. This emerging artist is creating a new series of large-scale sculpture, ethereal, introspective works that investigate his alternately idyllic and traumatic childhood and upbringing — his family tree.
When: Judy Crook Oct. Enjoy live music, yoga, art demonstrations, hands-on art activities, light appetizers, cash bar, and more! A true multidisciplinary artist, Chacon is a composer of chamber music, a performer of experimental noise music, an educator, and an installation artist. Visual Arts grant. He was recently named the Spring recipient of the Berlin Prize from the American Academy in Berlin, a prestigious semester-long fellowship and residency in Berlin that supports U.
Chacon is also the inaugural Andrew W. With many underfunded school districts scaling back arts education and national cultural programs like the National Endowment for the Arts NEA and the National Endowment for the Humanities NEH threatened for elimination, the FAC is dedicated to fostering experimentation, growth, and a sense of shared community by ensuring that the arts are a part of the life experience for children in our community.
It teaches children the creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking skills needed to succeed in the 21 st century. This program will allow students to connect with the history of Colorado in a new and exciting way. The mixture of the two creates in her a third culture. Her cross-cultural vision and sensitivity generates artistic expressions that are unique and yet universally appealing. Her parents filled every home they had with great art and music. She studied dentistry in Brazil and then worked as a dentist in the U. But throughout her life, art and beauty have been the air she breathes.
The meticulous style of her work reflects a passion for miniscule elements of the natural world. Most people overlook these details, but Michelle brings them to life. Her work with reclaimed wood and metals developed first in Brazil. Today she is also incorporating exotic woods from around the world, which add an amazing array of colors and textures to her abstract work.
Restoring beauty and design to wood once left to rot is an expression of her ability to see beauty and value in every person. Her work, including handmade furniture, has appeared in nationally distributed Brazilian design magazines and books. Adapted for the stage by Jon Klein, from the book by James and Deborah Howe, this entertaining musical is:. A dancing cat, a howling dog, and a vampire bunny.
The perfect pet combination for any family. But this is no ordinary rabbit … this is the extraordinary Bunnicula. Bunnicula is a vampire! Singing and dancing their way through this hilarious mystery, the furry friends find room in their hearts, and in their home, for one very unique bunny.
Bunnicula Day Camps offer kids a fun, educational experience featuring puppet making and theatre games! Performance tickets to Bunnicula are additional. The cast will also sign copies of Bunnicula books — on sale before and after performances. Even more: Theatre patrons receive free admission the FAC Museum on the day of their ticketed performance. Sherlock Holmes is on the case. The male heirs of the Baskerville line are being dispatched one by one.
To find their ingenious killer, Holmes and Watson must brave the desolate moors before a family curse dooms its newest heir. Watch as our intrepid investigators try to escape a dizzying web of clues, silly accents, disguises, and deceit as five actors deftly portray more than 40 characters. Does a wild hellhound prowl the moors of Devonshire?
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Can our heroes discover the truth in time? Join the fun and see how far from elementary the truth can be. By dispensing with British formality, Ken Ludwig has given us a play that is ingeniously funny and will keep you guessing until the curtain call. Jordan Mathews earned his M. Andrew Wilkes is an Iowa native currently living in Seattle. Los Angeles based designer Noelle Raffy has been an accomplished freelance designer for the past 15 years. Her designs for the play The Birds were exhibited in the Prague Quadrennial Jennifer Reiser is a lighting designer for live performance based in NYC.
Beginning Friday, Sept. In addition to these adjusted admission rates and additional Museum Free Days, the FAC is also extending evening hours for the museum in hopes of welcoming the Colorado Springs working community to the galleries after work. Tuesday through Saturday, the FAC will open at 10 a. Sunday hours will remain 10 a. The initiatives for creating greater access go beyond the museum with new expanded membership benefits being rolled out, as well as additional Wednesday evening theatre performances slated for all mainstage productions in the theatre season.
In the opening scene, two Supreme Beings plan the beginning of the world with the relish of two slightly sadistic suburban wives decorating a living room. Afraid women will have too many advantages, the Beings decide to make childbirth painful and to give men enormous egos as compensation. With boundless humor, Parallel Lives reexamines the ongoing quest to find parity and love in a contest handicapped by capricious gods — or in this case, goddesses.
She received her MFA from the National Theatre Conservatory and has spent the last two decades working throughout Colorado as a performer, director, and educator. She is a graduate of the National Theatre Conservatory. This festival, appropriate for all ages, will properly celebrate the subculture phenomenon of the urban art scene with live music and dance, a community tagging project lead by Denver-based graffiti guru Robin Munro, a staged reading of Hype Man — a play by Idris Goodwin, light graffiti with photographer Fred Greenwood, special performances, food trucks, and a cash bar.
When: Saturday, September 2 p. After spending several years working comedy clubs across the country, Breuer settled in as a regular on the New York comedy club circuit. After being in New York for only seven months, Breuer landed a gig on the nationally syndicated show, Uptown Comedy Club , where he spent two seasons. He has since appeared in the popular films Zookeeper , Dick , Titan A. Breuer is also a frequent guest on the Howard Stern Show. In , Breuer set out for his Breuniversity Tour with his year-old father and a film crew. The footage that was captured blended together to create The Jim Breuer Road Journals , which showcased what life is like on the road with a comedian and his father.
Videos from that tour also sparked the making of his documentary More Than Me , which was shown at the Montreal Film Festival. Throughout the years, Breuer has supported various charities through his comedy, including the Chris Farley Foundation, MusiCares, his local police and fire departments, and more. Breuer currently resides in New Jersey where he enjoys spending time with his family, playing pick-up games of baseball, softball and wiffle ball, and watching the NY Mets. When: Saturday, Sept.
Patrons will be treated to a guided tour of this unique building on the National Register of Historic Places. There will be tours of the adjacent garden and the Horticultural Art Society will be holding a fall bulb sale. Visitors are invited to bring in their personal pottery selections and renowned Van Briggle experts, Kathy Honea, Gary Conover, and Rob Wheatley will give assessments of the pottery works. Some dedicated festival parking will be available. Tickets not required for the Lorelei dedication. Stanec will be collaborating with the museum staff to create innovative education programs developed around museum exhibitions which will enhance the experience for all visitors.
Stanec brings to this new position a longstanding commitment to the Colorado Springs community, outstanding collaboration skills, and a deep commitment to public education. Polly Nordstrand has been appointed Curator of Southwest Art. In her new role, Kris Stanec will be continuing her terrific work with the Colorado Springs K schools, collaborating with teachers and reaching out to build new curricular connections. With these two new positions, the FAC will be able to offer rich and exciting programs for our community, and to deepen our commitment to the arts and cultures of the Southwest.
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, television, and radio as well as on the live stage. With residencies at Largo in Los Angeles and The Village Underground in NYC, Tom writes the script for each live radio show and casts top actors and comedians to play the roles or perform stand-up, all backed by a live band. Powell first began to explore photographic storytelling while working on her Master of Fine Arts thesis.
Building on this interest in narrative, subsequent bodies of work have emerged. She then embarks on a mythic quest: as the Earth heats and cools, she journeys through the wilderness searching for the last remaining eggs. The landscape of Iceland is an active character in the narrative. Svala interacts dramatically with a variety of visually astonishing rock formations, steam vents, glaciers, and geysers.
Instead, it evokes hand-colored photographs or painted illustrations, reinforcing the combination of fantasy and photography. Ana Carolina Fernandes Rio de Janeiro is a distinguished photojournalist who uses the camera as a tool for protest and activism, often representing political resistance and marginalized identities in powerfully energized images. Annie Gonzaga Salvador identifies as lesbian, black, a mother, and practitioner of the Afro-Brazilian religion Candomble. Through vibrant watercolors, installations, and graffiti, she creates a dialogue between spirituality, ancestry, body, and sexuality.
Her work has been featured on covers of internationally acclaimed novels by Anne Larue and Emily Nagosky. Showcasing another side of the dynamic artist, this exhibit will highlight his acrylic paintings, notable for an unrestrained fluidity and abstraction of color and movement. Hailing from the Pikes Peak region, visual artists Wendy Mike and De Lane Bredvik prove that art is inherently powerful and transformational. From there, new ways of thinking and feeling can emerge. Transformation becomes possible. My past involvement in various art forms, such as dance, singing, and acting, as well as visual art, influences this desire to engage as many of the senses as possible in the apprehension of the artwork.
As such, collaboration with other artists, choreographers, and musicians becomes a natural state. Materials are selected more for their sensual and communicative qualities than for familiarity. We feel, as well as think, about a work of art. Consequently, a viewer may understand something new when looking at art, but not be able to describe it. This ephemeral process of feeling, thinking, and understanding provides the structure for my work.
My art is influenced by a wide variety of public and private concerns and experiences, as well as the compelling sensual quality of materials and the intimate interior world of the mind. After the Great Depression hit in , the BAA looked at diversifying further, expanding into an entire arts district under one roof. The FAC, built in , is a privately funded, non-profit art museum, professional theatre company and arts education center. For more information, visit csfineartscenter.
This grant will support a series of exhibitions and related programming exploring themes related to roots and what it means to be connected to the earth, to the people around us, to the heritage of our family trees, and to be grounded within ourselves as we navigate the cycle of life.
For more information on projects included in the NEA grant announcement, go to arts. Munro bases this visual abstraction on a chess game between an astronaut and a computer from the film, A Space Odyssey. As a child, the novel by Arthur C. Each square has a designated audio note and is derived from Tingsha — the cymbals used in prayer and rituals by Tibetan Buddhist practitioners. The chime was specifically chosen to emphasize the contemplative nature of the game of chess.
About Bruce Munro British artist Bruce Munro is best-known for producing large, immersive light-based installations — which often employ a massing of components by the thousands. An artistic diarist, he has spent over 30 years collecting and recording ideas and images in his sketchbooks, which he returns to over time as source material. Language, literature, science and music have also greatly influenced his work. His reoccurring motif is the use of light on an environmental scale in order to create a sensory and emotional experience for the viewer.
Munro completed a B. Returning to England in , he settled in Wiltshire where he raised four children with his wife Serena. Guggenheim Museum, New York. Spanning several centuries, the Mower Collection begins with Rembrandt, ends with Warhol, and features masterworks from Impressionist and Modern masters in between: Monet, Renoir, Cassatt, Degas, and Picasso, to name a few.
Morton and Tobia Mower, recent transplants to Denver, Colorado, have spent 20 years assembling an enviable collection of fine art that rivals those of significant private institutions. Morton Mower, who patented his invention of the automatic implantable cardioverter-defibrillator in The Mowers still own the Renoir, but have augmented their holdings with nearly two hundred Rembrandt etchings, scores of Impressionist paintings and prints, as well as a handful of Modern and Pop works. Everyday Extraordinary: From Rembrandt to Warhol, Selections from the Morton and Tobia Mower Collection , encompasses this tremendous private collection nearly in its entirety.
Though the works and artists may seem disparate upon cursory examination, themes of everyday occurrences and common people connect many of the objects, spanning centuries and media, unifying the past with our contemporary human experience. About the Collectors Dr. Morton Mower is Professor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Professor of Physiology and Biophysics at Howard University College of Medicine, Distinguished Professor of Medicine at the University of Colorado, and patented his invention of the automatic implantable cardioverter- defibrillator in — the first of many professional successes.
The Mowers are the recipients of numerous awards in their respective fields and are acclaimed for their ongoing commitment to philanthropy in the arts and sciences. This member-only lecture series offers an educational twist to the traditional happy hour. Each lecture will feature a themed drink while exploring an aspect of the culture that contributed to the amazing art and artists featured in this exhibition.
Her works are layered with a reflection of the subconscious by the incorporation of automatism into her technique. Enjoy a cash bar, music, artist demos and exclusive giveaways. Even more: Get your laugh on at the gut-busting stand-up comedy hour, upstairs in the Music Room at 6p. A celebrated Broadway hit and winner of five Tony Awards, Man of La Mancha is a remarkable show and arguably, one of the great theatre successes of the 20th century. Man of La Mancha features Miguel de Cervantes and his faithful servant, who channel the power of storytelling to recount the legend of wannabe knight Don Quixote and his trusty sidekick Sancho as they embark on a journey full of laughter, love and unruly windmills.
It will leave you breathless with a score including the touching ode to romance, Dulcinea , the heroic, I, Don Quixote and the unforgettable, The Impossible Dream. Man of La Mancha is a theatrical masterpiece sure to captivate all lovers of musical theater! She has appeared in the hit Netflix original Orange is the New Black. Public Theater , and In The Heights. For information, visit csfineartscenter. For more than half a century, the name Florence Foster Jenkins has been guaranteed to produce explosions of derisive laughter.
Not unreasonably so, as this wealthy society eccentric suffered under the delusion that she was a great coloratura soprano when she was in fact incapable of producing two consecutive notes in tune. Nevertheless, she received extraordinary fame, and the climax of her career was a single concert at Carnegie Hall in Famously, it sold out in two hours.
Souvenir , by turn hilarious and poignant, tells her story. Sally Lewis Hybl is a lifelong resident of Colorado Springs and has been an active part of the music theatre community in Colorado Springs since childhood. He grew up in musical theater in San Diego, has a degree in music, and had a 15 year career in church music and production.
In the last year and a half, Jerry has been part of several productions at the FAC. He acted in 9 to 5: The Musical and June B. Jones: The Musical. In addition to his theatrical endeavors, Jerry is as a non-profit executive focused on messaging and product development. With few people and an abundance of seemingly empty space, it feels like a tabula rasa from which to reflect on our relationship to the land and the natural world.
Patricia Barry Levy has degrees in history and photography. Early in her career, she worked as a newspaper photographer in western Colorado, where her fascination with telling stories began. Levy found embracing digital tools opened the doors of creativity in new ways, allowing her to move further into the realm of imagination. Increasingly the final images became the result of an additive process, made up of collected and created elements.
Admission: FREE and open to the public Something else: Meet the artist, enjoy live music, artist demos, giveaways, a cash bar, and check out the Museum Shop Even more: This show, along with the current Museum exhibition Larry Hulst: Front Row Center , are participating events with the Month of Photography Denver, a biennial celebration of fine art photography with hundreds of collaborative public events throughout the region.
Kamau is best known for his critically acclaimed, but criminally short-lived FX comedy series, Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell. Kamau sits on the advisory board of race forward, a racial justice think tank, and Hollaback, a non-profit movement to end street harassment. The FAC, built in , is a privately-funded, non-profit art museum, professional theatre company and arts education center.
The FAC has experienced tremendous success in previous seasons. The theatre season, coming to a close in June, will be the most attended season in FAC history. Continuing with this upward trend, the season programming schedule is an impressive line-up that will delight every person who walks through the FAC doors. This modern classic takes the stage in an all-new production.
Disaster strikes when Conrad receives a draft notice to join the military. His manager stages a publicity stunt for Conrad to kiss one lucky fan on The Ed Sullivan Show before he leaves for the army. Conrad Birdie gets more than he bargained for when he arrives in Sweet Apple, which is reeling with excitement for his visit. No wonder Birdie won four Tony Awards and remains one of the most captivating shows of our time.
Rock, blues, country, and everything in between; photographer Larry Hulst has captured some of the biggest legends of our time, live on stage. Also, Junie has trouble reading the blackboard and her teacher, Mr. Scary, thinks she may need glasses. Featuring a tremendously loveable character and fun-filled songs, Junie B. Jones will capture your hearts just as the books captivated an entire generation of students.
Receive access to all galleries at our membership rates! As of July 1, the FAC will no longer be an independent organization with an independent board of directors. Fiduciary responsibility and centralized facility and services management will transition to the college, and, as a result, the position of FAC president and CEO will not continue beyond that date. The quality of artistic programming and community engagement have improved significantly as evidenced by an increase in membership, donations and patron satisfaction. Dahlin championed the alliance with Colorado College both as a way to build a sizeable endowment to create sustainability for the FAC and as a means to increase the quality, diversity and depth of programming that the alliance will afford.
He has been vital to the success of this alliance. Hannan has a year history of engagement with the FAC as a staff member, board member, and most recently, serving in a leadership role at the FAC. Her upcoming responsibilities will include guiding the day-to-day operations of the Fine Arts Center, including the museum, theatre, Bemis School of Art; marketing and communications; patron services; member and donor engagement; and working with the FAC Advisory Board and the FAC Foundation Board.
Erin has been with us through many of the ups and downs of the last two decades, knows the FAC and the Colorado Springs community deeply and has a profound passion for the arts. I am confident in her ability to lead us into this new era. This selection of images highlights a number of performance-related photographs that transcend documentation to achieve a uniquely artistic quality.
The subject of his work is informed and influenced by his lifelong experience of living with acute rheumatoid arthritis. His photographs harness both the raw and elegant aspects of the human body in motion. He is well known for recording the likenesses of many area artists and students over the span of his career.
His collection of nearly 3, black and white negatives have framed influential musicians spanning five decades of rock history. Citing Jim Marshall, Ansel Adams and Lynn Goldsmith among his influences, Hulst is fueled both by his respect for his musical heroes, and his dedication to improving his photography. The only prop he ever needed was the stage. I want to be in the audience.
For 27 years, he worked as a U. He retired from his civil service in , and is now living in Colorado Springs, Colorado with his wife of 40 years, Laura. Larry Hulst remains a mainstay at concerts and live music events. Artist Statement My photographs capture the truth, joy, and energy contained within a moment. My work spans from 60s icons like Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and the Grateful Dead, to 90s singer-songwriters like Lauren Hill of the Fugees, to modern jam-bands like Phish, and so many in between. This body of work was compiled over a period of several decades.
Music is one such enduring part of our lives. While aesthetically enthralling, it flows through our veins and captures our emotions and longing. It is my hope these photographs, taken in the heart of the audience, Front Row Center , will showcase the energy and iconography of the concert experience. I am very enthusiastic to share these images of my musical heroes with you.
The Migrant Series is a magnificent group of 15 large-scale realistic portraits painted between and of migrant farm workers. This new work portrays the dualities of the spirits and worlds we often drive by or do not care to notice or research. When Coen was five, he began designing and building his own toys and drawing by kerosene lamp at night around the kitchen table.
His ability to see this landscape in its entirety began and continues to result in powerful artworks that capture the landscape, people, and fauna that represent the American plains. His work is widely collected throughout the world and part of permanent collections of many prominent museums. January 11, — From Feb.
The public is invited to attend the free gallery talks with the artists on Monday, Feb. About the exhibition: Issues of social justice and racially motivated violence have been tragically at the forefront of the news in the past several years. The deaths of Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner, Sandra Bland, and many others have brought with them a painful awareness for many Americans of the sometimes hidden forces that continue to undermine civil rights in our society.
The artists in the exhibition address a range of issues including racial profiling, mortality, racially motived conflict and legislative oppression. The production will be directed by Joye Levy. Feeling lost in the shadows of marriage and post-WWI society, two unhappy London housewives rent a villa in Italy for a ladies-only holiday away, reluctantly recruiting a pair of difficult, upper-class women to share the cost and the experience. Scenic design by Christopher L. Even more: All theatre patrons receive discounted admission to the museum on the day of their ticketed performance.
Receive access to all galleries at the membership rate! This purchase was made possible thanks to the generosity of the Colorado Springs Debutante Ball Committee and was made in honor of their 50th Anniversary. The stature of both the artist and this particular work are a perfect tribute to the significance of the year partnership between the Debutante Ball Committee and the Fine Arts Center. Born in in East Texas, James Surls has become an award-winning, global artist, exhibiting in over solo, group, museum and gallery exhibitions across the world. He is sought-after for large-scale commissioned works throughout the U.
Surls is known for his largely monotone sculptures, drawings and prints that feature natural and human images and forms. Having built a career in the s, s and s as a Texas artist, Surls currently lives and works on a Colorado ranch in the Roaring Fork Valley. Claudia Mastrobuono is an installation artist with a background in fiber and clay, often marrying the two materials, creating a dynamic relationship between tension and weight. Most recently, she has been investigating the idea of visual tension, using pattern both on flat surfaces and in three dimensional environments. She struggles with her role as a woman, daughter, partner and artist and translates this fight visually, creating noise and tension with material and pattern.
Time and place heavily influence her work. Because she works in both fiber and clay, she often switches between the two materials, contingent on facilities or site-specific needs. This gives her parameters while allowing the work to remain organic. More info at claudiamastrobuono. Stevens has been a visiting artist in residence for programs in Colorado and Massachusetts. She has directed workshops and participated in textile-based educational outreach programs through museum partnerships and commissions, including the Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, MA and the Albany Institute of History and Art in Albany, New York.
More info at jodistevensart. Even more: Need a last minute gift idea? These two comedic powerhouses in addition to the existing comedy on the calendar make the FAC a comedic hotbed. Paula is also an author. Her second hardcover book, will debut on May 9, Get up close and very personal, with the man everyone has been waiting to hear from…Silent Bob!
Get your laugh on at our gut-busting stand-up comedy hour, upstairs in our Music Room at 6p. He looks back nostalgically, at his younger days in the Marines, boot camp, partying, and even a few war stories from his time in overseas in Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. He then contrasts that with a witty look at his adult life full of responsibilities, becoming a stepfather, and his uncontrollable desire to challenge social stigmas.
His comedy is refreshing and edgy without being filthy. His work will be on view and on sale December 2, through January 29, — with special First Friday Art Parties on December 2 and January 6, p. Michael Baum is an oil painter specializing in contemporary representations of the western and southwestern landscape.
His year, passionate exploration of the American West has led to an advanced landscape painting practice at the top echelon of this genre. He thrives on the challenge of getting to the essence of a scene through translating the immense beauty, light, and air of a place. His passion for paint and the land express themselves together in his works. His paintings are included in numerous private, corporate, and public collections nationally and internationally, and he regularly sells work in the FAC Museum Shop gallery.
Michael lives and works in Manitou Springs, Colorado. Meet the artist, enjoy live music, giveaways, a cash bar, and more. From a nostalgic holiday exhibition in the galleries, to a magical collection of artist-decorated trees, a sidesplitting theatre production, and seasonal art classes, we invite the community to celebrate the season with the FAC.
Nominated for 9 Tony Awards! The most famous ogre of all time arrives for the holidays in this hilarious spectacle based on the Oscar-winning smash hit film. Shrek: The Musical follows this beloved, unlikely hero and his wisecracking best friend Donkey on a journey of a lifetime to rescue a feisty, headstrong princess.
Throw in a short tempered bad guy, a cookie with attitude and more than a dozen other fairytale misfits, and Shrek must learn to see the true hero within to succeed. Pottery, jewelry, paintings, handmade cards, prints, textiles and more! An evening of special entertainment to kick-off Winter Lights! Experience a magical collection of artist decorated trees. This event is FREE and open to the public.
For a full calendar of events and programming visit csfineartscenter. Free Family Adventure Days are an opportunity for families to spend the day with your together being creative. Art Adventure Packs are a fun, interactive arts education tools to enhance the museum experience for children and engages them in an experience that will hopefully spark a lifelong interest and appreciation for the arts! From a cheeseburger to a slice of bread, this fun scavenger hunt will open your eyes to things that have never been noticed before. Military Family Artistic Healing Workshops allow families to discover the techniques to help express memories, ideas, musing, emotions and spirituality without being representational.
They experience the freedom in focusing on intuitive rhythm, shape, texture, line and balance.
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Family members will have opportunities to work together with hands-on projects as well as exercises to improve interaction and communication skills. A series of community listening sessions were held, as well as small-group focus sessions and large group discussions, in order to seek input from various community constituents regarding the re-envisioning and redefining of the FAC and CC roles in the arts in the region. Nearly 1, people participated in the listening and information gathering process. In addition, comments have been recorded from the four community listening sessions, comment cards and online comment forms.
Hearing from so many what they value about the FAC and what they hope for the future will inform this next phase as we begin to develop programmatic directions that integrate the needs and hopes of both the CC community and the Colorado Springs community. These include:. On Feb. From there, the timeline is as follows:. Nominated for nine Tony Awards, the most famous ogre of all time arrives for the holidays in this hilarious spectacle based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks Animation film and book by William Steig. Shrek: The Musical follows an unlikely hero and his wisecracking, best friend Donkey on a journey of a lifetime to rescue a feisty, headstrong princess.
The sidesplitting tale brings all of the beloved characters from the film to life on stage with all new jokes by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Lindsay-Abaire, and songs from Tony Award-winning composer Jeanine Tesori. Irreverent fun for the whole family, Shrek proves that beauty is truly in the eye of the ogre. Directed and choreographed by Nathan Halvorson, with tap dance choreography by Zachary Guzman, the collaborative team also includes Christopher L. More: Shrek: The Musical Day Camps offer kids a fun, educational experience complete with a tour of the theatre and hands on interactions with the set, a dance class from a professional actor, a personal meet-and-greet with the cast members, and more!
Even more: Winter Lights at the FAC — a month of festive programming featuring a nostalgic How the Grinch Stole Christmas art exhibition, seasonal art classes, a gallery of artist decorated trees, Shrek: The Musical , and other special Winter Lights events. Marvel, laugh, unwind and build memories at the FAC this holiday season. Experience the spookiest Halloween party in the most artful venue in town. Prepare for an evening filled with eerie and alluring fun and enter the most creative costume contest in town. Party goers will enjoy live music, dancing, photo booth, tarot card readings, fire dancers, aerial contortionist, acrobatic yoga performances, Taiko drummers, cash bars, food trucks, costume contest with exclusive prizes, and more.
Lane Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation to support arts in the community and new educational initiatives. We are imagining ways that the alliance will create new learning opportunities and enrich arts programming for the entire region. These gifts will help make this exciting future possible. Lane Foundation is committed to a permanent endowment held by Colorado College for the exclusive support of the Fine Arts Center.
The addition of these endowed funds enhances the ability of the Fine Arts Center to build on its decades-long tradition of producing art exhibitions in its museum, theatre and performing arts experiences on its stages, and classes and workshops in the Bemis School of Art. These grants represent the beginning of truly exciting possibilities for the arts in our region and for our region from a national perspective.
The grant will allow Colorado College to expand existing teaching strategies and introduce a more diverse set of individuals on campus and within the community to the arts, with particular focus on programs related to the American Southwest. The Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation has funded arts education and aspiring visual artists for many years, and this year, their board made the decision to close the foundation and disperse its assets to like-minded arts programs. Colorado College is a nationally prominent, four-year liberal arts college that was founded in Colorado Springs in The college also offers a master of arts in teaching degree.
The FAC, built in , is a privately funded, nonprofit art museum, professional theatre company and arts education center. A minute timer starts and the goal is for the audience and the actors to perform all 30 plays in 60 minutes or less. And if the performance is sold out, we order out! At sold-out performances pizza will be delivered in the middle of the show for the entire audience to enjoy. One of their rare exhibitions together as husband and wife, All I Ever Wanted is a monument to the symbiotic relationship between their love for one another and their stunning bodies of work.
This exhibition runs Oct 15, through Jan 15, with a special artist talk, included with museum admission, on Oct 15 at 11a. Born in East Texas, James Surls has been creating works since the s. Each partner acts as a muse for the other, and their relationship is an essential force of inspiration in their works. Producing primarily large-scale sculpture and 2-D works, the couple regularly focuses on themes of nature, abstraction and cosmic ideology, with the dichotomy of masculine and feminine qualities appearing in both of their works.
Fun music and witty narration accompany the likes of ineloquent giants, sassy barnyard animals, colossal cow pies and enough stinky cheese to go around. The production team includes scenic design by Christopher L. With copies of the book available for purchase, get it autographed by the whole company and take a photo that will be a lasting memory! The opening reception event on Oct 7 also includes a traditional invocation dance by Grupo Folklorico Sabor Latino at p. Also known in Spanish as El Dia de los Muertos, this celebration honors those who have passed on to the next world with ceremonial elements rooted in Aztec culture.
The two styles, both set within a known and sometimes rigid formula, are at opposite ends of a cultural spectrum. Jerry is also a co-author of a book on El Dia de los Muertos Crafts. Jerry has lectured on his art and art topics at all the major Front Range colleges, has artwork in the Regis Santos teaching collection and artwork in Museums along the Front Range, including the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. His sculpture is ever expanding and ranges from bronze to mixed media.
His art is culturally diverse, inspired by tradition, history, nature, science and everyday life. He creates art using a technique called Abstract Imaginism, a style of art he developed that combines the spontaneity and unpredictability of abstraction with the creativity and perception of his imagination.
He has been a working artist and teacher for the past 33 years and is known for his vibrant, colorful artwork. He has exhibited extensively in the United States, Latin America and other parts of the world. Admission: FREE and open to the public Something else: Meet the artist s , enjoy live music, giveaways, artist demos, and a cash bar Even more: The opening reception event on Oct 7 includes a traditional invocation dance by Grupo Folklorico Sabor Latino. The performance is scheduled for p and is sponsored by El Cinco de Mayo, Inc. The additions follow the Aug. A four-year strategic planning process will start with a focus on the museum, with that vision being implemented beginning in July Rebecca Tucker, Colorado College associate professor of art, was named museum director, overseeing all operations of the museum including curatorial and educational programs.
Tucker holds Ph. In this role, Hunter-Larsen will work with the FAC curatorial team to develop innovative approaches to curating, and to build educational connections between the museum, the community and the campus. She has presented public lectures and workshops nationally. At CC she assists the IDEA curator with collection management, exhibition design and educational outreach initiatives. Additionally, CC and the FAC hope to add a curator of the Southwest art and ethnographic collection to the museum staff in coming months.
Joy Armstrong, most recently acting museum director and chief curator at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, was named curator of modern and contemporary art. She has curated or co-curated approximately 45 exhibitions, including working in some capacity on the more than 60 titled shows and untitled permanent collection offerings presented at the FAC since March of The community is invited to provide input on plans for the FAC at upcoming listening sessions:.
More information is at www. This hysterical, murder-mystery interactive farce makes its Colorado premiere after entertaining over 11 million people worldwide including over 38 years of performances in Boston and 28 years at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. Clayton Blackwell. The partnership supports the missions of both organizations while expanding innovative learning opportunities, arts programming and cultural resources for the greater Colorado Springs community.
I plan to actively seek community input as together we envision the amazing future potential of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College. The goal of the alliance goes beyond merging two existing organizations: It seeks to create something new, ground-breaking and forward-looking, leaders of both institutions say.
The partnership produces an operational structure that achieves key Colorado College and Fine Arts Center strategic objectives while helping to create long-term sustainability for the Fine Arts Center and solidifying a community goal of a sustainable, ongoing commitment to community fine arts programming. The result will be expanded community offerings and enriched student experiences. Tiefenthaler envisions a year of planning before implementing changes. A series of three listening sessions, open to the community, are planned:. Philanthropic leaders in the Colorado Springs community have pledged their support to this game-changing partnership.
This union with Colorado College represents an innovative collaboration that I hope to see more of in our community. The Lane Foundation looks forward to committing significant financial resources to support this alliance. Alliances between institutions of higher education and nonprofit cultural institutions are an increasingly common model. The model is advantageous for both partners, as it allows for additional cultural programming and educational resources, new avenues of fundraising and greater community impact and outreach.
Additionally, cultural institutions can cut costs as part of the affiliation with the college or university through shared services. By July 1, , the Fine Arts Center entity will be fully transferred to the college along with existing donor restrictions on the assets including the building and the art collection. This alliance will allow the Fine Arts Center to build upon its nearly year legacy as the center of our arts community and to develop new initiatives that serve the academic mission of the college, all for the betterment of our region.
The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Foundation looks forward to working with Colorado College in the years to come to strengthen the bond between the college and the Pikes Peak community.
State grants are awarded through a competitive process. This grant signifies that the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center provides a high-level of quality in its programs, community service and administrative ability. Supporting the critical infrastructure ensures that the FAC is able to support and maintain its organization as it pursues its mission. Arts and culture are fundamental to a healthy and flourishing community. For more information, visit coloradocreativeindustries. During these live question and answer sessions, Smith has answered numerous questions about his films, his start in the movie industry, his longtime friend and fellow actor Jason Mewes and much more.
Kevin Smith ThatKevinSmith is the fat guy who got thrown off the plane. He also made Clerks once. Bugs Bunny with a boner. Some pieces evolve from photographs and on-site sketches, some aim to capture a narrative, while others are simply formal collage explorations. She travels extensively and incorporates ideas gained from these rich experiences into both paintings and costumes. Ross often works onsite in watercolor using the information for larger acrylic works in the studio sometimes adding collage elements — torn paper fragments, antique laces, leather, or shreds of wool.
This high-spirited musical romp is a delightful valentine to the long-standing spirit of New York City and the people who seek to discover themselves there.
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