Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder

Confluir Film Screening

Announcing the first Colorado screening of "Confluir," a National Geographic-supported film about the Grand Canyon of the Amazon and the movement to protect it (trailer). 

Who? You! Open to the entire Boulder/Denver community

When and where? 6:30pm (doros open at 6), October 9, 2018 at the NEST Studio for the Arts gallery (CASE building on the CU-Boulder main campus. Map here.)  Parking garage in building or a 2 minute walk from SKIP bus stop (Euclid and Broadway).

Admission? Free!  But you must RSVP -- takes ~7.6 seconds to do here.

More: Come enjoy an evening of remote whitewater journeys, amazing Andes-to-Amazon scenery, all the while helping to build the growing global river conservation movement.  Many of this project's roots are based in the Boulder and CU communities, with many expedition members attending to answer any and all questions you have. Join us to learn how you can be on the next expedition down the Rio Maranon and Grand Canyon of the Amazon, one of Canoe and Kayak's Threatened Paddling Classics.


Tuesday, October 9, 2018


  • CU Boulder


  • CIRES employees
  • CU Boulder employees
  • General Public
  • NOAA employees
  • Science collaborators


  • Meeting
  • Open to Public



NEST Studio for the Arts gallery (CASE building on the CU-Boulder main campus.)