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Big Ditch

Oak Room Gallery

December 1-8

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Big Ditch Art Exhibit

Skin Deep

featuring Elizabeth Alexander & Charles Clary

January 8 – March 20, 2018

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Skin Deep: Alexander & Clary

UNC Showcase of the Arts

January 19, Lonetree Arts Center

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UNC Showcase of the Arts 2018

Spring Dance Concert

February 1-4

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Spring Dance Concert 2018

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Art and Design


Skin Deep

featuring Elizabeth Alexander & Charles Clary

On view in Mariani Gallery: January 8 – March 30, 2018
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 28, 4-6pm in Mariani Gallery

Skin Deep presents the work of two artists who cut into antique found objects, such as frames, wallpaper, and porcelain wares, to either erase or embellish ornamentation. Charles Clary's precision-cut sculptures reveal layers of colored paper within ornate, lavish frames. Elizabeth Alexander cuts into porcelain cups, removing their decorative floral patterns completely. Both artists apply gestural, precise cuts to alter their subjects in processes that are obsessive, repetitious, and intuitive.


Annual Student Exhibition

Juried by Stephanie Edwards, Independent Curator

On view in Mariani Gallery: April 16 – May 4, 2018
Curatorial Talk with Juror: April 19th at 4pm in Guggenheim Hall, Room 001
Opening Reception + Awards Ceremony: April 19, 5-7pm

The Annual Student Exhibiton is an annual juried showcase of the students of the School of Art + Design. We are pleased to welcome this year's guest juror, independent curator Stephanie Edwards. Visiting artist and scholar, Stephanie Edwards is an independent curator in pursuit of a MA in Gallery Management and Exhibit Specialization from Western State University and holds a BA in Studio Art with a minor in Curatorial Studies from Metropolitan State University. As a practicing artist herself, Edwards sees her curatorial practice as material for social practice artwork by utilizing communication as a medium. Artist advocacy has become a central element in her curatorial strategy through her training as a curatorial intern at Black Cube, a nomadic art museum that is the first organization to be W.A.G.E. certified from its inception. Edwards is a former curator of 965 Gallery at Center for Visual Art.

Select publications include Language as Medium Interview with Joel Swanson and Illusive Facade: An Interview with Laura Shill. Recent examples of curatorial work include ​​Resound:​ ​Reverberations​ ​between​ ​Artist​ ​and​ ​Place at 965 Gallery and​ ​​Emerge:​ ​A​ ​Visual​ ​Arts​ ​Showcase​ ​of​ ​MSU​ ​Denver​ ​Students at Emmanuel Gallery. Edwards has recently held a number of roles, such as panel discussion monitor for Carving your Niche: Printmaking Practices, juror ofAnalogue Impressions: Examining the Printmaking Process, and organizer of Print // Ex: A community Print Exchange. Edwards' performance work with The Mothers was featured in Performance Art Week Eight at Emmanuel Gallery. More information on Edwards' practice can be found at Cargo and LinkedIn.


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Music


Music Series

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Jan 12-14

Conducting Symposium

Union Colony Civic Center, All Day

Jan 31

University Symphony Orchestra

Monfort Concert Hall, 7:30pm

Feb 1

Feb 6

UNC Composers Concert

Milne Auditorium, 7pm

 

Feb 7

Feb 13

University Bands

Monfort Concert Hall, 7pm

Feb 18-24

Bailey Choral Festival

Various Locations, All Day

Feb 20

UNC Choirs & University Symphony Orchestra

Monfort Concert Hall, 7:30pm

Feb 21

Jazz Big Bands

Monfort Concert Hall, 7pm

Feb 27

UNC Bands Small Ensembles

Hensel Phelps Theatre, 7:30pm

Mar 1

Mar 4

URSA Early Music Consort

TBD, 7pm

Mar 5

UNC Jazz Thang

Moxi Theater, 7pm

Mar 7

University Symphony Orchestra

Hensel Phelps Theatre, 7:30pm

Mar 7-9

Open Space Festival of New Music

Various Locations, All Day

Mar 10

Double Reed Day

UNC Campus, All Day

Mar 19-20

Mar 24

Spring Opera Scenes: A Handful of Haydn

Hensel Phelps Theatre, 2pm & 7:30pm

Mar 27

UNC Percussion Ensemble

Foundation Hall, 7:30pm

Mar 28

UNC Trombone Choir

TBD, 7:30pm

Apr 3

Vocal Jazz Ensembles

Monfort Concert Hall, 7pm

Apr 5-7

Colorado All-State Bands Festival

Union Colony Civic Center, All Day

Apr 5

UNC Bands Small Ensembles

Monfort Concert Hall, 8:30pm

Apr 6

University Bands

Monfort Concert Hall, 7:30pm

Apr 13

Der Freischütz

Monfort Concert Hall, 7:30pm

Apr 15

Der Freischütz

Monfort Concert Hall, 2pm

Apr 19-21

UNC/Greeley Jazz Festival

UCCC and Downtown Greeley, All Day

Apr 22

Apr 24

Chamber Music Marathon

Milne Auditorium, 6pm

Apr 27

UNC Choirs with Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra

Monfort Concert Hall, 7:30pm

Apr 29

URSA Early Music Concert

TBD, 7pm


Opera Theatre

Spring Opera Scenes: A Handful of Haydn

Saturday, March 24, 2pm & 7:30pm

Hensel Phelps Theatre, UCCC

Students take the reins in our Spring Opera Scenes program, directing and singing scenes from operas by Franz Joseph Haydn, including Il mondo della luna (The World of the Moon), Armida, and Orlando Paladino.

Weber's Der Freischütz

with the University Symphony Orchestra

Friday, April 13, 7:30pm

Sunday, April 15, 2pm

Monfort Concert Hall, UCCC

A masterpiece of German romantic opera, this work is presented in three acts, with dialogue in the singspiel tradition.  With stark emotional conflict and breathtaking elements of the supernatural, Der Freischütz is a wild ride of sweeping music and tense drama.

Theatre Arts and Dance

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Includes all 7 theatre productions and 2 main stage operas

Adult: $132

Senior (65+): $124

Non-UNC Student: $118

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Choose any 6 events in any theatre, any evening or matinee performance

Adult: $99

Senior: $94

Non-UNC Student: $84

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A brand-new, super-flexible season package!

All ages: $128

  • Can be redeemed for 8 total tickets: any show, any time, at any point in the season.
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2017-18 Productions

The Boy Friend

Norton Theatre

September 21 to October 1


Set against the backdrop of the French Riviera, this romantic spoof of 1920s musical comedies tells the story of Polly, an English heiress, who is longing for a boy friend. Though her father forbids her from engaging potential suitors, love winds its way charmingly through nearly every member of the cast before bringing them all to a happy ending.

Rated PG

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Legacy of Light

Norton Theatre

November 2–12


Legacy of Light follows the lives of two women scientists, living hundreds of years apart, as they explore the meaning of love, motherhood, family, art, and science in this contemporary comedy. The plot juxtaposes the stories of 2 women: an 18th-century mathematician/scientist and a 21st-century American physicist.

Rated PG-13

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A Midsummer Night's Dream

Langworthy Theatre

November 16–19


Our modern take on this classic will transport audiences to the enchanted rain forest during Carnival, where fairies live in trees, and lines are blurred between fairies, musicians, and a noble lord and lady. We follow the interwoven storylines of four young lovers, a troupe of madcap auto mechanics turned actors, and the fairies, who toy with all their fates.

Rated PG-13

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Little Women

with the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra

Monfort Concert Hall

November 17


 Based on Louisa May Alcott’s sensational story of sisters coming of age and finding themselves in a changing world, UNC Opera Theatre partners with the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra for one performance only of Mark Adamo’s debut opera, Little Women. Opera America lists it as the most performed American opera of the 20th century.

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2018 Spring Dance Concert

Langworthy Theatre

February 1–4


Celebrate an old fashioned barn raising/wedding and delight in a colorful set of Commedia Dell’Arte clowns as the School of Theatre Arts and Dance in collaboration with the School of Music presents an evening of dance, featuring two very special one acts, Copland's Appalachian Spring and Stravinsky's Pulcinella.

Rated PG

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Jesus Christ Superstar

Langworthy Theatre

February 28 to March 4


A timeless work that has wowed audiences for over 40 years, this rock opera is set against the backdrop of an extraordinary and universally known series of events, which is viewed through the unusual lens of Judas Iscariot. Loosely based on the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, Jesus Christ Superstar follows the last week of Jesus' life.

Rated PG-13

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 Hot l Baltimore

Norton Theatre

March 29 to April 8


The scene is the lobby of a rundown hotel so seedy that it has lost the "e" from its marquee. As the action unfolds, the residents, ranging from young to old and from the defiant to the resigned, meet and talk and interact with each other during the course of one day. The drama is of passing events in their lives, everyday encounters, and the human comedy.

Rated R

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Der Freischütz

with the University Symphony Orchestra

Monfort Concert Hall

April 13 & 15


A masterpiece of German romantic opera, this work is presented in three acts, with dialogue in the singspiel tradition.  With stark emotional conflict and breathtaking elements of the supernatural, Der Freischütz is a wild ride of sweeping music and tense drama.

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The Crucible

Langworthy Theatre

April 19–22


 The story focuses on a young farmer, his wife, and a young servant-girl who maliciously causes the wife's arrest for witchcraft. The farmer brings the girl to court to admit the lie—and it is here that the monstrous course of bigotry and deceit is terrifyingly depicted. The farmer, along with a host of other such victims, finds himself also accused of witchcraft. 

Rated PG-13

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Theatre for Young Audiences

Luna

By Ramon Esquivel

District 6 Schools

April 2018

Soledad is the daughter of migrant farm workers, so she is constantly changing homes and schools, which make friendship hard. Frustrated, Soledad turns inward, finding comfort in books, in the stars, and in the company of the friendly moon, Luna. She realizes that no matter where she moves with her family, Luna is always there, and the two agree to be best friends.  This friendship leads to other new friendships for Soledad, and her story resonates with anyone who has wondered, "How do I make—and hold onto—a good friend?"

Rated G


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Greeley Event Locations

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A Langworthy Theatre in Frasier Hall, 17th St between 9th & 10th Ave Get Directions


B Oak Room Gallery in Crabbe Hall, 8th Ave south of 18th St Get Directions


C Mariani Gallery in Guggenheim Hall, 8th Ave at 18th St Get Directions


D Norton Theatre in Gray Hall, 8th Ave and 19th St Get Directions


E Milne Auditorium in Kepner Hall, 17th St between 8th & 9th Ave Get Directions


F University Center, 10th Ave & 20th St (parking on the 10th Ave side) Get Directions


G Foundation Hall, 1516 8th Ave Get Directions


H Union Colony Civic Center, 701 10th Ave, Tickets (970) 356-5000 Get Directions


I The Grill at Westlake, 2118 35th Ave Get Directions


J First United Methodist Church, 917 10th Ave Get Directions


K First Congregational Church, 2101 16th St Get Directions


L Garden Theatre, 10th Ave & 18th St Get Directions