Dairy Arts Center

Jan 17

Brutal Realities: An exploration of alternate and real-life hard to believe realities. On View: January 17 – February 23, 2020. Opening Reception: Friday, January 17,  5:00-8:00pm Featured Artists:[...

Modern Masters: Taylor & Wheeldon celebrates the choreography of cutting-edge dance makers from the 20th and 21st centuries. We are honored to present the company premiere of “Airs.” An instant...

Celebrate Fat Tuesday! Mama Roux serves up a tantalizing concoction of swampy groove and soul music, specializing in the songbooks of great New Orleans artists. Fresh takes on Dr. John, the Meters,...

Stalled is the story of the untold conversations that take place in the restroom of bars and nightclubs. As liquor flows and emotions rise, the stories of individuals are revealed. They express the...

The Last Romance is a heart-warming comedy about the transformative power of love. On an ordinary day in a routine life, Ralph takes a walk on a new path and finds an unexpected second chance at love...

Celebrate artists! The Week is Boulder’s only large-scale, inclusive celebration of our community’s vibrant arts and cultural offerings and our city’s thriving creativity. Beyond showcasing the full...

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The Dairy Arts Center was founded in 1992 to provide cooperative workspaces for local artists and venues for live performance in Boulder County. Originally owned by the Watts-Hardy Dairy, the building’s transformation from a former milk-processing facility to a thriving multi-disciplinary arts hub for Boulder and beyond is a nationally recognized example of constructive urban development and renewal.
 
The Dairy’s founders envisioned a community arts center where artists of all genres would create and inspire each other and the greater community. Today, this dream of shared art making is a thriving reality. The Dairy’s 42,000 square foot facility houses disciplines ranging from visual arts, theater, and film to dance and music.
 
A professional environment complete with art galleries, performance venues, teaching studios, offices, rehearsal spaces, dance studios, and a 60-seat art-house cinema, it is Boulder's largest multi-disciplinary arts center. The Dairy's audience spans all ages, backgrounds and ability levels, from young student to seasoned performer and from first-time to seasoned theatergoers. Our audience is inclusive of all ages and backgrounds as well as adults and children of various cultures and levels of ability; our facility is accessible to persons with physical mobility challenges.

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