Events

Nonprofit Learning Lab Institute

January 31, 2019
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Lowry Conference Center in Denver
The Office of Arts and Culture is offering free registration for five of our arts and culture community members to attend the 2019 Nonprofit Learning Lab Institute in Denver! To RSVP email Lauren Click at clickl@boulderlibrary.org or call 720-564-2355.

Nonprofit Learning Lab Institutes are designed to advance the skills and knowledge of nonprofit professionals, volunteers, board members and community leaders. Including workshops, consulting sessions, and networking opportunities, the Institutes allow attendees to create meaningful connections and learn with practical strategies to improve their work and organization. The Denver Institute 2019 will feature workshops such as Serve Your Mission (Not Just Your Funders) and Creating a Strategic Annual Fundraising Plan. For a full program schedule click here.


2019 Dance Community Artist Forum

Tuesday, February 19 
12:30  to 2 p.m.
Boulder Creek Meeting Room, Boulder Public Library, 1001 Arapahoe Avenue

We are organizing a series of genre-specific professional artist forums in 2019. These gatherings will be a chance to get the word out on resources, opportunities, and upcoming programs, and an opportunity to network. Also, we will guide an open discussion on the challenges faced by artists, the state of the art and field, accessibility, assets, needs, institutional processes, and more to inform our future sessions.

At this session all members of the dance community welcome: dancers, choreographers, directors, dance companies (their members & staff), studio owners, and schools. Snacks will be provided but please feel free to bring a brown bag lunch for yourself.

Please RSVP to Mary Wohl Haan at haanm@boulderlibrary.org.


Boulder Arts Week 2019

March 29 to April 6, 2019

Celebrate artists! The Week is Boulder’s only large-scale, inclusive celebration of our community’s vibrant arts and cultural offerings and our city’s thriving creativity. Beyond showcasing the full scope of the arts in Boulder, in 2019, 6th annual Boulder Arts Week will feature FREE and DISCOUNTED arts and culture offerings, including art walks, exhibitions, performances, dance, music, theater, public art, lectures, readings, and workshops at venues throughout the city.

Call for entries. All events are welcome and will be promoted through the Boulder Arts Week outlets as possible. Events that are free or discounted will receive additional promotion, including a listing on the front of the website, highlight on the Week’s social media outlets and calendar, and more. Submit your event today at boulderartsweek.org.