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BETC: Stupid F##king Bird

From: March 29 2015 @ 4:00 pm
To: March 29 2015 @ 6:00 pm

WHERE: Dairy Center for the Performing Arts – East Theatre 26th & Walnut Street, Boulder, CO 80302

Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company (BETC) presents a regional premiere, sort of adapted from Chekhov’s “The Seagull” by Aaron Posner.

Brown Bag Lunch: Art Movie Showing – STILL

From: April 01 2015 @ 12:00 pm
To: April 01 2015 @ 1:00 pm

WHERE: Center for the Arts Evergreen, 32003B Ellingwood Trail, Evergreen

Join us for the second in our movie showing series! An hour-long documentary, STILL tells the story of Clyfford Still's remarkable life and his indelible contributions to American art. Though not as well-known as his contemporaries Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko, Still was one of the leaders of the Abstract Expressionist movement and deliberately turned his back on the art establishment at the height of his career. This documentary, the first-ever produced on Still, reveals the detailed and compelling story of the artist's life, the evolution of his work, and the reasons for his prominent and permanent place in American art. Popcorn and refreshments will be provided. More info at or call 303-674-0056.

‘Second Chance at Life’ Transplant Art Exhibit

From: April 02 2015 @ 6:30 pm
To: April 02 2015 @ 9:00 pm

WHERE: Point Gallery 765 Santa Fe Drive Denver, Colorado

Second Chance at Life is a fine arts initiative meant to raise awareness about the importance of organ donation from both living and deceased donors. This event/exhibition will raise funds for the most vulnerable organ transplant patients through a private artist reception and silent auction. The show’s art comes from artists around the country, including some with direct transplant experience. All artwork will be for sale and a portion of proceeds will go to the Foundation.

Feminism & Co

From: April 02 2015 @ 6:30 pm
To: April 23 2015 @ 8:00 pm

WHERE: MCA Denver 1485 Delgany St Denver, CO 80210

Feminism & Co. is a weekly lecture series at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver that explores contemporary culture through issues relating to women and gender. With film screenings, creative performances, lectures and panel discussions, these events address women’s (and men’s) complicated relationship to art, politics and sexuality. Everyone welcome. Men drink free*. Star Chefs Thursday, April 2 7PM–8:30P Denver is experiencing a culinary golden age dining, and some of the best chefs on the scene are women. Join Jennifer Jasinski of Rioja, Yasmin Lozada-Hissom, Dana Rodriguez of Work & Class, and Elise Wiggins of Panzano for a conversation about women’s connections to the business of food. Moderated by University of Colorado Denver professor Nicky Beer, the evening features samples of the chefs’ specialties. Infidelity: New Perspectives Thursday, April 9 7PM–8:30PM What percentage of married women are adulterous? How many will admit it? Do emotional affairs really count as cheating? Join us for a frank discussion on the ins and outs of infidelity. Psychologist Beth Allen discusses her research on the impact of cheating on marriages; family lawyer Marte Timmers weighs in with a legal perspective; and professor of media studies Brian Ott discusses contemporary depictions of infidelity in film and television. Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon Saturday, April 11 NOON–5PM Ever looked at a Wikipedia page and thought something is missing? Learn how to edit Wikipedia while improving current entries on women and feminist art and culture. Volunteer Wikipedians will also be present to provide support and instruction. Bring your own laptop if possible. Married to the Military Thursday, April 16 7PM–8:30PM Women now make up over fifteen percent of US Armed Forces, but the numbers don’t tell the whole story of the remarkable sea change women have seen in their relationship to the military in the last fifteen years. Helen Thorpe, author of Soldier Girls, will jumpstart a dynamic discussion with Angie Ricketts, author of No Man’s War, and Warrant Officer Jaclyn Scott about women’s roles as active duty soldiers, reservists, and wives. Big Woman Thursday, April 23 7PM–8:30PM Poet and performer Andrea Moore chews the fat about bigness, body image, and the female experience in this cabaret-style performance about what it means to be an unapologetically large woman living in America.

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