A classy night full of local art, live music, cocktails, and heavy appetizers takes place at the fabulous Articulate Art Affair on Friday, October 6, from 6-10 p.m. at the Articulate located at 324 Jefferson Street in Fort Collins. This exclusive First Friday event features, art exhibits from extremely talented local artists Sheila Dunn, a Fort Collins native whose paintings explore the complexity and beauty of the feminine, and Daniel Ibanez whose traditional and digital paintings show his talent in composition, figure painting, landscapes, and much more. Live music from Fort Collins’ very own Pandas & People, whose folk-rock blend has won awards and allowed them to continuously find bigger stages to share their talent, will be your auditory entertainment for the evening. They also have a new album coming out on October 20, so make sure you check them out. Tickets are $40 a person, with proceeds benefiting The Matthews House, a local non-profit that empowers young adults and families in transition to navigate difficulties on the road to self-sufficiency. Original artwork and merchandise will be for sale. Semi-formal attire is required and tickets are available at articulateartaffair.eventbrite.com.
As May comes to an end, the Summer fun is just beginning to heat up. Keep an eye out for new events every weekend, Fort Collins always has something going on. Here’s the upcoming slate of events this weekend, 6/1-6/3. Friday, June 1st First Friday walk and free opera show at The Carnegie. The Carnegie Center of Fort Collins is participating in the “First Friday Walk,” – an event in […]
By: Rebecca LaPole Voices on radio help us navigate traffic, warn us of incoming weather, tell us who won the game, and keep us entertained during our commute. These same voices can also command our attention in person when introducing bands, the next lovely lady to grace the stage, or informing us about goings-on around town. Six of Fort Collins’ most unique and well-known voices took the time to answer […]
By: Jeremy Fleischer ****3 out of 5 stars**** The Subdudes’ collection of music, which spans 10 albums and nearly three decades, is a gumbo of American roots music. In fact, if someone were teaching a class on American music, they could just reference the catalogue, finding rock, gospel, country soul, New Orleans R&B, and Zydeco. This makes sense: The band was formed in New Orleans, birthplace of jazz, and now […]