Written, produced and directed by Jennifer Siebel Newsom,The Mask You Live In follows a diverse group of boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating America’s narrow definition of masculinity.
Carbondale Arts brings the community together on First Friday, November 1st for the annual celebration of Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead. Festivities start at 5pm at the Third Street Center for altar viewing, face painting, Mexican hot chocolate, and traditional treats.
KDNK's Halloween Dance Party is back! One of Colorado's hottest bands, Tnertle, will be performing in Carbondale for the very first time. The costume contest returns with fun prizes and celebrity judges, plus you get prints from the Aw Snap photo booth included in the price of admission. Bring your friends! Please note this event is strictly 21+.
Our identity in relationship to technology is rapidly changing. This exhibition, by K. Vuletich, Perry Taga, and Sarah Espinoza, uses interactive technologies and mixed media collage to emulate this changing relationship. The line between fact and fiction has been blurred by the constant inundation of ads, notifications, and news. Become part of the installation as you touch, look, and listen.
Carbondale Clay Center would like to give a warm welcome to the 2019-2020 CCC Resident Artists, Jennifer Arnold & Kaitlyn Getz. Join us at the Launchpad for an intimate gathering with snacks, beverages, and slide talks from each artist.
Join us for Open Studios at CCC in conjunction with the ARTway Celebration! CCC's studio members will be hosting open studios and will have a gallery sale! Stop by to meet the new Resident Artists, check out what we've been working on and see if there are any ceramics you can't live without.
Cultured Clay: Contemporary Latin American Ceramicsis an exhibition that highlights and celebrates local Latino ceramic artists. Each artist, from different Latin American countries, come together to showcase their contemporary ceramic works side-by-side at CCC.
WALLS: a multimedia dance work brings to life our community’s murals. An emotional work depicts the joys when walls come down to the horror as others fall. Choosing courage over comfort, WALLS delivers an urgency to remove walls that divide, honoring those that protect and are sacred.
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There are so many artists, architects, builders and makers to thank for creating the arch that heralds the entrance of the Rio Grande ARTway, as well as those who helped to create and maintain the park, and we want to honor them all. Join us for food, drink, music and celebration at DeRail Park (Rio Grande Trail and Hwy 133) and along the ARTway from 2-4pm. The dedication will take place at 2:30pm followed by live music in the park and all sorts of activities along the ARTway.
“The Colorado Creative District Highlight Exhibitions are a way to connect artists. Colorado is filled with so many creative people and more than 25 creative districts. Our goal is to bring together artists from all mediums across the districts that would normally have not had the chance to work in collaboration,” says Carbondale Clay Center Executive Director, Angela Bruno.
This amazing exhibition features three artists. The first exhibit, “Post-Frontier Landscapes,” is by Julia Crocetto, working primarily in textiles including stitching, dyeing, unstitching and utilizing found materials. The second exhibit, “LOOM,” is an astounding collaboration between artist Cate Tallmadge and painter Andrew Roberts-Gray.