Dawn Fay, Associate Artistic Director of Wonderbound, teaches class to its 11 member company.
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The twang and pluck of a banjo and the swirling hands of an illusionist are not typical to ballet. But as the former Ballet Nouveau Colorado continues its transformation into Wonderbound, the atypical deepens their commitment to collaboration – both on and off the dance floor.
Author Dr. My Haley with Dr. Frank Smith, director of the African American Civil War Memorial & Museum in Washington, D.C. The exhibit behind them explores the life of Mary Louvestre, whom Haley based her book on.
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Surrender is an act that would seem foreign to Mary Louvestre, the protagonist in author My Haley’s new historical fiction novel. The book is loosely based on a real-life act of bravery during the Civil War.
Spanish born Francisco Goya was primarily seen by his mid-18th and early 19th century contemporaries as a masterful court painter for the aristocracy. History regards him as one of the first modern artists, whose politically charged work still resonates today.
One of the two Steinway Grand Pianos available to performers at Greeley's UCCC
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For a concert hall to have even one Steinway Grand Piano is a boon. But to have two? That’s something else. For the past 25 years, Greeley’s Union Colony Civic Center has been one of those lucky places with two of the prized instruments.