Artist Forum: AMA about Hosting Produced Online Programs
Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021 at 4 p.m.

The Office of Arts and Culture, Boulder County Arts Alliance, and the Lafayette Cultural Arts Commission welcome representatives of Local Theater Company for an AMA (Ask Me Anything!) on hosting produced, polished online programs. We will discuss a step-by-step process to setting up an online program and answering any questions you may have. Register here (through the Boulder County Arts Alliance site).

Local Theater Company (LTC) discovers, develops and produces new American Plays. LTC seeks to amplify the diverse voices of new American playwrights, and to support the next generation of playwrights through our LocalWRITES education program.

MARCH 26 TO APRIL 3, 2021

Mark your calendars Boulder arts fans! March 26 to April 3, 2021, Boulder Arts Week is back again and better than ever. As the past year has shown us, Boulder’s arts community will continue to rise to the occasion and bring you an incredible array of cultural experiences to enjoy during the Week. Join us to support our artists, while they support us, at Boulder’s only large-scale, inclusive celebration of our community’s vibrant arts and cultural offerings and our city’s thriving creativity.

Boulder Arts Online 

Boulder Arts Online continues the mission of Boulder Arts Week, using a calendar to connect Boulder artists’ virtual programming with the world. Boulder Arts Online will continue to promote and encourage arts programming that is sensitive to the safer-at-home guidelines keeping our community safe.

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