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Dionne Lee | A Muscle Memory

Gregory Allicar Museum of Art 1400 Remington Street, fort collins

The Center For Fine Art Photography and Gregory Allicar Museum proudly presents A Muscle Memory, an exhibit created by Dionne Lee. A Muscle Memory explores power, survival and personal history in relation to the American Landscape through the use of photography, collage, and video. The exhibit will be on display at the The Gregory Allicar … Continued

Free

Big Brooklyn-Live at The Magic Rat!

The Magic Rat 111 Chestnut Street St., Firehouse Alley,, Fort Collins,

Join Big Brooklyn live at The Magic Rat! Bridging jazz, klezmer, rock, and groove, Big Brooklyn carries a progressive yet inviting presence, exploring beautiful melodies while defining new boundaries. Awarded Five Star Highly Commended ratings by the 2019 UK Songwriting Contest for their compositions, as well as being a finalist in the 2018 John Lennon … Continued

Free

Consumer Day at the CSU Trial Gardens

CSU Flower Trial Gardens 1401 Remington St, Fort Collins

Join Colorado State University for a fun, family-friendly event on Saturday, July 31 at the CSU Flower Trial Gardens. Vote on your favorite flowers from this year’s blooms, take a tour of the gardens, and enjoy free refreshments under the gazebo. When and Where: Saturday, July 31 at 9 am to noon at the CSU … Continued

Free

Jewelry with Spirit

Trimble Court Artisans 118 Trimble Court, Fort Collins

Diane considers herself a maker and craftswoman. She has been creating for the last 45 years. The first 28 were in clay as a functional potter. Then, she turned to metal and became a jewelry maker. She loves making jewelry and with every piece, has an intention to create a personal exchange between the object … Continued

Colors of the Community: A Celebration of Art and the Environment

Tenney Alley off West Mountain Avenue behind Clothes Pony Fort Collins

We are delighted to invite you to an evening filled with art, music and appreciation of the beauty and diversity of our community and our planet. Your ticket ($50) includes: -Refreshing cocktails, beer and wine. -Delicious appetizers. -Live music. Come celebrate as we raise funds for Trees, Water & People and our partners in Tribal … Continued

$50

Main Gallery Opening

Global Village Museum of Arts & Cultures 200 W. Mountain Ave., Fort Collins

How We Hold It: Containing Our Lives opens August 6 in the Main Gallery at the Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures. As part of First Friday Art Walk, the Museum will be open from 5:30-8 pm with free admission for all visitors. The exhibit, which runs through Nov. 13, highlights the beauty, artistry, … Continued

Free

Hall Gallery Opening

Global Village Museum of Arts & Cultures 200 W. Mountain Ave., Fort Collins

Color and Pattern: The Spirit of West Africa opens August 6 in the Hall Gallery at the Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures. As part of First Friday Art Walk, the Museum will be open from 5:30-8 pm with free admission for all visitors. The exhibit, which runs through Nov. 13, showcases West African … Continued

Free

Bohemian Light Music Festival

Downtown Fort Collins Old Town Square, Fort Collins

Bohemian Light Music Festival is a free, two-day music festival featuring 45+ performances by Colorado bands programmed across four outdoor venues located in downtown Fort Collins August 14 & 15.

Bohemian Light Music Festival

Downtown Fort Collins Old Town Square, Fort Collins

Bohemian Light Music Festival is a free, two-day music festival featuring 45+ performances by Colorado bands programmed across four outdoor venues located in downtown Fort Collins August 14 & 15.

String Theory: Histories of Interaction through West African Beaded and Textile Arts

Global Village Museum of Arts & Cultures 200 W. Mountain Ave., Fort Collins

West African beaded and textile arts will be explored from 6-7:30 pm Tuesday, August 17, at the Global Village Museum of Arts and Cultures. David Riep, Associate Professor of Art History at Colorado State University, will present String Theory: Histories of Interaction through West African Beaded and Textile Arts in the Museum’s Program Room. Dr. … Continued

$5