Firehouse Art Center Artist Member of the Year: Stephanie Hilvitz presents “Crossings: Migration/Immigration/Transcendence”
From the Artist:
“This body of work represents a decade of looking at migration/immigration and transcendence through the lens of the Monarch butterfly migration.
Thru the image of the monarch butterfly; fragments of text and story I am exploring the conversation between life and death, spirit and soul, survival of species and the vessel of the seed to disperse these ideas. The humble milkweed pod representing to me, the human struggle and contrast between free-flowing vs restricted movement.
The beautiful ancient Mexican belief that the monarchs return each year after a 3000 mile migration as the souls of loved ones who have died expresses how we as people use myth and imagination to transcend loss and accept what cannot be truly known. My spirit houses/spirit dolls embody these concepts as my way to honor and remember family. “
Arts Longmont continues its 28th season of Friday Afternoon Concerts and Art Shows on Friday, January 18, 2019 with the Boulder-based vocal ensemble, Cantabile. The ensemble has been performing for 30 years. This concert celebrates the music that made Cantabile the choir they are today, and includes some new pieces that send them optimistically into the years ahead. These include favorites by contemporary choral composers Morten Lauridsen, Joan Szymko, and Rosephanye Powell, as well as beauties from the choral canon by Johannes Brahms, Maurice Duruflé and Gerald Finzi.
The accompanying art show features Longmont Figure Arts. LFA has been part of the art community since the late 1970s, meeting weekly to draw, paint and sculpt the human figure. They will have a live model posing for this demonstration, offering audience members the opportunity to watch the process and ask questions.
Tickets are available by phone at 303-651-8374, on the Longmont Museum’s website (www.longmontcolorado.gov/museum) or at the door.
Performances are held at the Longmont Museum’s Stewart Auditorium, 400 Quail Road, Longmont, Colorado 80501
Tribute Night to The Doors & Santana
Tickets: $8 in Advance, $10 at the Door
Doors: 7pm, Show: 8pm
The Strange Parade
The Strange Parade is the Doors concert experience, live and revived. Not a single song is a copy of an album recording; everything the band does is inspired by the live direction of the original group. Four members, improvisation, theatrics, and the unknown — these are the elements of The Strange Parade.
With great passion and precision, Soul Sacrifice faithfully recreates the music of the legendary band Santana.
Seating is on a first come, first serve basis. Seats are limited – be sure to come early, when the doors open, if you would like a table. We highly recommend dinner reservations in the Tavern before the show for those guests wishing to enjoy dinner with us!
Dickens Tavern – Phone: (303) 834-9384
$100 VIP boxed seated areas available close to the stage – areas seat 8 comfortably – all guests must still purchase individual show tickets. This is not included in the VIP private/reserved sections. You can order off of our full tavern menu until 10 pm.
ALL SALES ARE FINAL – we do not provide refunds to concerts.
Online ticket price includes a $1.00 convenience fee.
Tickets purchased online will be available at Will Call on the day of the show under the name of the credit card used to purchase them.
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Ticket Price $9.00
Opening Reception: Friday, January 18 | 5:00-8:00pm
Exhibition Runs: January 18 – March 3, 2019
The Dairy Arts Center kicks off 2019 by breaking down a standard barrier between artwork and viewer –allowing visitors to touch and play with everything in the exhibition. All four galleries are dedicated to paintings, installations and sculptures you can touch, manipulate and interact with.
Touch opens on January 18 from 5-8 pm. Join us at 5:30 for a short performance by BETC followed by an introduction to the artists. This is your opportunity to meet and mingle with the artists and curator. Light fare for attendees, plus drinks available for purchase. All receptions are free and open to the public.
Featured artists: Chelsea Gilmore, Angie Eng, Kenzie Sitterud & Elizabeth Morisette, Thomas Scharfenberg, Clay Hawkley, Sean Patrick Faling, Mark Bueno, Julie Maren.
Dairy Arts Center
2590 Walnut Street, Boulder, CO 80302
Local Longmont artist ANDO is back with his psychedelic liquid light show while registered Yoga instructor and Verve Movement Studio owner Jordan Metzler provides some all-levels flowing Yoga goodness! Bring your favorite Yoga mat if you have one, or use one of ours. We have plenty to go around.
Cost: $16 in advance, $20 at the door.
In this 2 hour workshop, local artist, Susan White will teach your kiddos how to fold three different origami structures. With lots of different colors and patterns of paper offered, your child can bring home their origami and some new skills!
Saturday, January 19
CoSolve, 350 Terry St., Suite 200
Cost: $25 per student
Register here: https://www.altarted.com/product-page/origmami-fun-ages-10-15
Music trivia bingo! Is the hottest game in nightlife & entertainment!
Every Tuesday Night 7pm to 9pm
We provide all bingo card and bingo markers
Fun to guess the songs and test your knowledge of music
Best Disco Songs
Songs That Start with the letter “D”
One Hit Wonders
Even Cards with one word in the song replaced with an animal
Lots of FUN!