Performance, Art and Music for a Resilient Boulder
Performance, Art and Music for a
Open to all ages, Free admission
This evening is brought to you as an expression of creative climate communication by Inside the Greenhouse, the Albert A. Bartlett Center for Climate Communication, the Environmental Center, the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, the CU student group Performers Without Borders, Casey Middle School Muse Studio and the School for the Environment and Sustainability and in cooperation with the City of Boulder, BoCoStrong, Climate Culture Collaborative, National Center for Atmospheric Research, ISET-International, Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, and the Rockefeller Foundation’s 100 Resilient Cities Initiative, which includes our very own City of Boulder.
Sol-Her Energ-He is an original musical performed by Boulder youth that (1) weaves together a lively story of energy, humans and climate and (2) jump starts our community in authoring ideas for city planning for resilience. This professionally produced performance serves as an envelope for new narratives based on local issues towards a resilient future.
Created by Beth Osnes | Music by Tom Wasinger | Choreography by Arthur Fredrick
Young Women's Resilient Voices is an art exhibit by Boulder youth expressing what resilience means to them through kites, capes and mixed media, on exhibit at SEEC opening October 2. In addition, community members will be invited to interact with ceramic prayer wheels and share what resilience means to them. Follow #ResilienceMeans on Twitter to see how the conversation is evolving from voices around the world.
Lastly, dance the night away to Bateria Alegria, live Samba band on the outdoor deck bedazzled with Solar-powered lights, refreshments, good conversation and much fun for all ages.