Roamin’ the Range, February 2017
The Center for Fine Arts Photography, 400 N. College Ave. in Fort Collins, has two exhibitions. “Processed Views,” the work of Barbara Ciure and Lindsay Lochman will be up in the Gould Gallery through March 18; reception 6 to 8 p.m. on Feb. 17. “Portraits 2017” hangs in the Main Gallery through Feb. 25; reception 6 to 8 p.m. on Feb. 17. This show runs through Feb. 25 Info: 970-224-1010 or C4FAP.org.
The Lincoln Center in Fort Collins and the Fort Collins Museum of Art present “Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate,” showcasing the work of 39 artists who have transformed thousands of anti-Semitic and racist books into an uplifting and dynamic exhibition. Visually powerful, thought-provoking, sometimes humorous, challenging and deeply-moving, the show runs through March 19 at both locations. Exhibition sponsored by Montana Human Rights Network and several local organizations. See LCtix.com/exhibitions or ftcma.org for a full list of related community programs.
Bas Bleu Theatre, 401 Pine St. in Fort Collins, presents “That Championship Season,” Feb. 4 through March 5. Time Magazine described the play as “a drama of searing intensity, agonized compassion and consummate craftsmanship.” Set in the 1970s, a group of emotionally bankrupt and disillusioned men are reliving their glory days at a get together with their terminally ill high school basketball coach. Each man comes to the table with a big personality and equally big problems in his life. This production exposes dark secrets and takes you into the conflict that plagued them for 25 years and hindered their potential today as they live through the past. You don’t have to be a sports fan to enjoy this. Info: 970-498-8949 or basbleu.org.
“Sand Creek in Springtime,” an oil painting by Loveland artist Lyse Dzija will be on display when Dzija is honored at Visual Artist of the Year for 2016 at 3 p.m. Feb. 15 in the second floor lobby, Larimer County Courthouse Offices, 200 W. Oak St. in Fort Collins. Dzija will discuss her artwork that was inspired by the creek running through Red Mountain Open Space near the Colorado-Wyoming border. She will donate the piece to Larimer County for public display. Visit her studio at 504 E. 12th St., Loveland.
Union Colony Civic Center in Greeley presents “Hotel California, A Salute to the Eagles,” at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 4 and “Berenstain Bears Live,” at 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 24. Come and join in the free family activities an hour before the show. Call 970-356-5000 for tickets.
Rialto Theatre, 228 E. Fourth St. in Loveland features My Blue Sky band with special guest Michael Allman, 8 p.m. Feb. 3. The band will play an Allman Brothers Band tribute. The historic Loveland theatre welcomes popular American Idol winner Taylor Hicks in concert on Feb. 11. Tickets available at the box office and online at rialtotheatrecenter.org.
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