1615 Pearl Street Boulder, CO 80302 +1 303 544 5803
Debbie Klein founded Art + Soul to share her passion for art and reflect her personal style. The contemporary space contains an array of established and emerging artists from across the nation. The display is an interesting assortment of pieces encompassing a myriad of media, from two-dimensional paintings to three-dimensional installations. This gallery is the local standard for thought-provoking fine art.
Located in downtown Boulder, the UI Sound Studios provide professional and technologically advanced recording facilities for artists and bands at an affordable price. Featuring an amazing console room, and an array of recording equipments, the studio has recorded songs covering almost all genres of music. Other services offered here includes professional mixing and mastering of songs, as well as music industry consulting where you will be guided by experts in the music industry. Apart from recording music, the studios are also open for live concerts for limited audience in an intimate setup. In the past, the venue has been host to the performances of artists like The Haunted Windchimes, Monocle, Patrick Dethlefs and many more. Call ahead to know more.
Eben G. Fine Park is hidden, but well worth seeking out. It is one of Boulder's largest parks so the good location and grand size means there is something for everyone to do during a visit. Eben G. Fine Park is located just off Arapahoe Avenue, where historic downtown Boulder meets the foothills, and the many hiking and biking paths lead right up into the mountains. Boulder Creek runs through the park making it great for fishing, tubing, and kayaking. For the youngest children there's even two small playgrounds with sandboxes. The park is surrounded by trees, making it seem totally isolated, and also one of the most beautiful and serene places to enjoy a day in Boulder. -Sabrina Zirakzadeh
1699 Euclid Avenue University of Colorado Boulder, CO 80309 +1 303 492 7704
If you are looking out for a perfect venue to organize a grand event, then Glenn Miller Ballroom will surely live up to all of your expectations. Be it important conferences, soothing musical events or joyous ballroom parties, Glenn Miller Ballroom with wide range of rooms, is surely an attractive venue for every event. It has various ballrooms with varying capacities from 200 -1200 visitors along with a beautiful wooden stage and brilliant lighting and sound arrangements.
1125 Pine Street Boulder, CO 80302 +1 303 441 3110
Located on the north side of downtown, this stately structure, built in 1906, originally served as Boulder's first public library. After closing and remaining vacant throughout the 1970s, the library system renovated the Greek inspired building and reopened it in 1983. Now, the facility acts as a reference branch and contains a wealth of historical data on the town's evolution, including a database of more than 200,000 photographs. Diaries penned by early settlers, genealogical papers, and other rare documents from the Boulder Historical Society complement the image collection.
1116 Pearl Street Mall Boulder, CO 80302 +1 303 444 7200
For an art gallery to stand out in a town that is known for its creative flair, it must be unique. The Smith-Klein Gallery achieves this distinction. The gallery, which features both local and international artists, carries a little bit of everything, including hand carved Zuni fetishes that date back to the early 1900s. Choose from among the colorful hand blown glass pieces, pottery, and paintings by nationally acclaimed artists like Gretchen Huber Warren and Miguel Martinez. For those in search of something southwestern, the gallery offers non-traditional Native American jewelry and mixed media animal sculptures. Both collectors and gift shoppers will enjoy this gallery.
2116 Pearl Street Unit C Boulder, CO 80302 +1 303 938 1588
Specializing in antique prints and antiquarian books, along with original art from the 1800s, this quaint gallery has something for every kind of art lover and collector. Peruse through a wide array of botanicals, historic photographs and vintage Western movie posters. Artists include John Gould, George Catlin, Thomas Moran and Edward S. Curtis. One of the ongoing exhibits showcases antique prints from 1839 portraying Native American life. The gallery offers custom framing.
1750 13th Street Boulder, CO 80302 +1 303 443 2122
Located in a historic two-story warehouse, the museum exhibits modern creations by local, national and international artists. Featuring three diverse viewing areas and more than 10,000 square feet of space, the non-profit museum acts as a local educational center promoting the aesthetic importance of visual and performing art. The space is also a haven for developing artists and hosts an array of photography, cinema and theatrical programs. A funky on-site gift shop is a great place to browse around after checking out the latest show.
646 Pearl Street Boulder, CO 80302 +1 303 444 5192
Will Arnett, an ostentatious gold prospector from the east, built this shining example of Gothic architecture in 1877. The ornate cast iron fence alone cost Arnett USD2000 to ship from Pennsylvania. At the time, the posh home and extravagant fence cost more than three times as much as the average home did in Boulder. During the early 1990s Historic Boulder purchased the estate. It is open to the public year round, and tours during the summer are offered. A gift shop is also on-site.
1101 Pearl Street Boulder, CO 80302 +1 303 449 6807
Located west of the Pearl Street Mall, this gallery's fine collection of contemporary art and jewelry combines elegance and simplicity. Browse colorful pottery and wall hangings, large wrought-iron creations, and New Guinea artifacts like festive stone earrings. Many of the exhibits exude a southwestern flair. Local and national artists share the space. It is a great place to add some quirk to your home.
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