Arts & Culture

L’Dor V’Dor Art Program

Fraser Senior Living honors generational wisdom by engaging volunteers and elders in art history and creation, fostering tender, heartwarming exchanges that inspire a more peaceful, loving future.

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Filling in the Jewish Gaps Left by “Maestro”

Kathryn Bernheimer reviews "Maestro" - and will facilitate a discussion on January 28 at the Boulder JCC, along with the screening of "Leonard Bernstein and the Israel Philharmonic"

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Lifelong Learning Classes Set for Winter 2024

The Boulder JCC hosted an Open House for Winter 2024 term with over 75 attendees. The term will offer diverse classes beginning January 2024, including studies on the Colorado River, short plays evolution, cosmology, and the Roosevelts' influence on American liberalism.

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The History of Photography in 10 Pictures

Peter Hay Halpert will give participants a look at the history of photography through ten pictures (and a few asides and detours), starting with the first photo in 1839 through to cutting edge contemporary work.

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Building a Sukkah in Final Fantasy XIV

In Final Fantasy XIV, players have plenty of things to do besides fighting monsters and completing quests: they can coordinate outfits, go fishing, craft their own clothing and items, start a farm, play mahjong, and so much more. I figured out how to build a sukkah.

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Exploration Through the Lens: Upcoming Photographic Gallery Opening at the Boulder JCC

In a convergence of creativity, the Boulder JCC is eagerly anticipating the upcoming gallery exhibition at the Messinger Gallery, which will showcase a remarkable collection of photographic works by three talented local artists sharing the same first name—Bruce Borowsky, Bruce Henderson, and Bruce Shaffer.

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