Curtis Center for the Arts Invites You to Winter’s Glow
There is a New Frontier emerging at the Curtis Center for the Arts in Greenwood Village, Colorado. Titled exhibition of the same name sparks imagination and raises the artistic interest bar for arts centers and galleries across the state.
Curtis Center for the Arts is housed in an old school house along Orchard Road and University. It is fast becoming a global attraction for art collectors as well as a perfect place to begin artistic introduction through lectures, concerts, cultural events, activities for youth, seniors and adults.
One of the exciting cultural events that they are gearing up for is Winter’s Glow a free performing arts event Wednesday, February 8, 6:30pm-8pm that includes an impressive list of Colorado artists. The event, which is open to all ages includes Ice Sculptures, Fire Dancing, Music, a Steel Metal Etching performance by Erik Rieger and Inflatable Sculpture Art by Nicole Banowetz.
Erik Rieger brings his 4th Dimensional art to life with his own musical flare, sparks that add a bit of danger all while etching an incredible work of art. Rieger created this exciting dimensional artistic style over 20 years ago for night clubs. He has managed to travel across the nation and performed at Red Rocks for the amphitheaters 75th anniversary celebration June 2016.
Nicole Banowetz is currently based in Denver, she brings an edgy inflatable softness in her sewn sculptural designs and believes that her artwork “address vulnerability and struggle. She empowers objects through embellishment, building up protective layers, which with time become destructive.”
As the arts and culture continues to grow in Colorado, be sure that you also make The Curtis Center for the Arts in Greenwood Village your destination on Wednesday, February 8 as they open their doors and hearts to the arts for Winter’s Glow 6:30pm-8pm. There will be a Champagne tasting and many other goodies for young and old alike.
Get two shows in one: Exhibition New Frontier runs through February 24th, 2017. Winter’s Glow is one special night, Wednesday, February 8, 6:30pm-8pm. BOTH are FREE and open to the public. Feature Image “The Addition” by Tracy Stuckey.