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Boulder History Museum Shares the Ditch Project: A History of Boulder’s Ditches

Screen Shot 2014-01-23 at 3.24.38 PMIn 2009, during Boulder’s 150th Anniversary, a group of artists and historians created The Ditch Project to celebrate 150 years of Boulder’s irrigation history. The Boulder History Museum is hosting an exhibit of historic images of Boulder’s ditches as well as contemporary photographs from the same locations. Thus evolved the exhibit, Boulder County Ditches: Then & Now. The exhibit is open during normal museum hours through April 13, 2014.

More information on The Ditch Project here.


NCAR’s Community Art Program Presents the Work of 2 Photographers

ncarNCAR Community Art Program brings artists’ works to Boulder on a rotating basis. Enjoy the art show, the location, and the hands on exhibits. The exhibit is ongoing. NCAR is free and open to the public daily during business hours [8am to 5pm]. More detailed information here.

Cheryl Carter-Pierce is a photographer who spent three years on the coast of Maine for a photographic project called “First Light”. This series was mostly recorded in the pre-dawn light, rendering deep colors and striking patterns. Carter-Pierce’s work will be on exhibit in Gallery I of the National Center for Atmospheric Research.

Norman Singer’s photography attempts to illustrate the commonality of the human spirit. Singer’s work will be on exhibit in Gallery II of the National Center for Atmospheric Research.

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Interested in Local History? Check Out This Photography Exhibit on the History of Skiing in Boulder!

skiing in boulderThink you can’t ski in Boulder? Think again! The Carnegie Branch for Local History of the Boulder Public Library is currently hosting an exhibit of historic photography of the history of skiing in Boulder. Check out their website for more details here. The exhibit is up through March 31, 2013.