Arts & Culture

The Legend of Eddie Aikau | Sep 11

Sep 1, 2018

Hawaiian: The Legend of Eddie Aikau, Director (and former professional surfer) Sam George. This moving documentary profiles Eddie Aikau: legendary big wave surfer, pioneering lifeguard, peacemaker, and crew member of the Polynesian voyaging canoe Hokule’a. Eddie began surfing at age eleven. In 1959, at age sixteen, he dropped out of high school and bought his first surfboard with money he made working at the Dole pineapple cannery.

"Vietgone" | now - Sep 30

Aug 29, 2018

Bubbling with infectious energy, this rap-spitting, pop culture-crusted dramedy is an ode to the real-life courtship of Playwright Qui Nguyen’s parents. Forced to leave their country during the height of the Vietnam War, two refugees find themselves at the same relocation camp in Arkansas – the land of Harleys, hot dogs and “howdy!” Before they find their way into each other’s arms, they’ll have to blaze a trail in their weird new world and leave behind the baggage they didn’t pack.

Travis Broxton Photography

The Live at the Vineyards Silent Auction is an event highlight! This year we have a plethora of good things donated by very generous businesses, individuals and organizations! In addition to the baskets, we have art donated local artists and members of the Park Hill Art Club, Colorado Potters will once again donate their creations, a Rega turntable with LPs, just to name a few. And, don't forget to play our Everybody Wins!

CU Presents: CO Shakespeare Festival | Now - Aug 12

Aug 4, 2018

A summer of love and ambition under the stars kicks off June 8. Epic love stories, family dramas, and laugh-out-loud fun are coming to the Colorado Shakespeare Festival this summer. CU Presents is the home of performing arts on the beautiful University of Colorado Boulder campus. With hundreds of concerts, plays, recitals and more on our stages each year, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

The Colorado Shakespeare Festival is a professional theatre company devoted to Bard’s works.

Artist Madeleine Dodge "Rust" | Aug 3

Jul 27, 2018
La Cour

Denver artist Madeleine Dodge was born in Ardmore, Oklahoma and moved to Denver, in 1959. After graduating with her BFA from the University of Colorado in Boulder in 1968, she lived in New York City for three years painting and teaching until returning to Denver in 1973 to practice as a strong presence in the Denver artistic community. Her work is included in many collections, both private and public, in the United States and abroad and is currently associated with SparkGallery in Denver, Colorado.

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