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Frequent Flyers to light up space above stage at Longmont Museum

Frequent Flyers to light up space above stage at Longmont Museum

Frequent Flyers' “Because the Sky is Blue” on Sept. 10 will be the Museum’s only in-person, ticketed performance event for the fall season.
Shock Art: 7 designs picked for next round of utility box transformation

Shock Art: 7 designs picked for next round of utility box transformation

“Through the program, our local creatives have stepped up to inject positive energy into our surroundings,” Art in Public Places administrator Angela Brill said.
Longmont Symphony Orchestra's ‘Music and Moore!’ premieres Friday

Longmont Symphony Orchestra's ‘Music and Moore!’ premieres Friday

Elliot Moore, the director of the Longmont Symphony, will "talk about great music with great musicians and put a lot of humor into the mix to keep it light and fun" in new series debuting this week.
'Bright' lights up Firehouse Art Center with color, texture

'Bright' lights up Firehouse Art Center with color, texture

Four artists present four mediums, but all share a vibrancy that can’t be ignored. 
The arts and COVID: Nonprofit performers raising funds, looking forward

The arts and COVID: Nonprofit performers raising funds, looking forward

While the coronavirus pandemic has kept performers from appearing in front of live audiences, nixing many large fundraisers, nonprofit groups are forging ahead raising money and looking forward as best they can.
The arts and COVID: A snapshot of how four Longmont-area artists are faring as pandemic carries on

The arts and COVID: A snapshot of how four Longmont-area artists are faring as pandemic carries on

Four Longmont and Boulder County artists have found different ways to weather the COVID storm. As Cindi Yaklich said when she described her still life of lemons: “I guess you have to make lemonade.” 
Longmont Symphony Brass Quintet playing HOPE's Summer Sundown Music Series tonight

Longmont Symphony Brass Quintet playing HOPE's Summer Sundown Music Series tonight

Today’s installment of the concert series will feature the Symphony quintet and a talk on mental health, social stigma and discrimination by Tim Arnold, program manager for the Ready to Work Program at Bridge House.
Longmont Downtown Development Authority launches contest for personal concert with Face to support businesses

Longmont Downtown Development Authority launches contest for personal concert with Face to support businesses

LDDA launches contest for free, private concert with Face Vocal Band.
Firehouse Art Center puts out call for Summer on the Streets volunteers

Firehouse Art Center puts out call for Summer on the Streets volunteers

Want to lend a hand in ArtWalkSummer On the Streets events? The Firehouse Art Center is seeking volunteers.
The arts and COVID: Longmont live theater waits in the wings

The arts and COVID: Longmont live theater waits in the wings

 Surrounding businesses are doing their best to adjust and stay open, but performing groups Centennial State Ballet, Jesters Dinner Theatre and Longmont Theatre Company have remained closed since mid-March.