Collaborate in the Creative Art Experience at Rembrandt Yard Art Gallery & Event Center
Feel at one with the arts and your community with this celebration of creativity for Boulder Arts Week!
Friday, April 6th, 2018 from 6pm – 9pm at Rembrandt Yard Art Gallery & Event Center
Featuring a unique new art exhibit, delicious food from A Spice of Life Catering + Events, refreshments, The Wishing Wall – an interactive art installation, and live music from Inspire Duo and Matt Niederhauser – lead singer of local reggae band Policulture.
We are excited to announce our new and improved art program, and the first exhibit is ready for its’ premiere for Boulder Arts Week! The show features beautiful pieces from talented local artists, as well as newly imported international pieces.
This includes authentic Aboriginal artwork imported from Australia, and the stories behind these amazing one-of-a-kind pieces. Come and learn about the Aboriginal people and the history of their storytelling through art. All artwork is available for purchase, and you don’t want to miss this unique exhibit!
The event is free to attend, but we do request at least $1 donation for participation in The Wishing Wall. All proceeds will be donated to the Boulder County Arts Alliance.
We will have this new exhibit on display after Boulder Arts Week as well, so we welcome you to come by and view the art! We are open Mondays – Saturdays 11am – 5pm, depending on our availability. We do close often for private events, so we encourage you to call 303-301-2972 before visiting.
We want to say thank you to All Events Tent and Party Rentals for generously providing us with rentals for this evening.
Thank you to all of the incredibly talented artists that are a part of this exhibit:
Julia C. Johnson
Karenina Fabrizzi imported from Barcelona
The Catman imported from Barcelona
Aboriginal exhibit imported from Australia