An aerial view of the former Rocky Flats site.

Watch ‘Dark Circle,’ a documentary on Rocky Flats

Aug. 20, 2020

Starting Aug. 21, the International Film Series and the University Libraries’ Archives invite you to a virtual screening of an award-winning film that tells the story of the Rocky Flats Plant in Jefferson County, Colorado.

Alma Mater plays digitally

CU Presents pivots to digital performances

June 4, 2020

CU Presents has created a way to keep its performers and audiences connected from a socially safe distance.

student prepares for film screening

International Film Series goes virtual

June 2, 2020

This summer, catch a number of foreign, experimental and art films; documentaries; classic cinema and mainstream movies in virtual screening rooms.

No-No Boy’s Julian Saporiti

No-No Boy visits Boulder campus

Oct. 2, 2019

No-No Boy’s Julian Saporiti and Emilia Halvorson will visit Boulder for a week-long residency on campus to share their work with students and faculty about Japanese American internment camp survivors and their stories.

People attend Colorado Classics Day

Immortal influence brings classics community together

Sept. 26, 2019

Join Colorado Classics Day on Sept. 28 to celebrate Latin and classical antiquity, areas of study that are alive and well.

Performers Olivia Dwyer, Ondine Geary and Laura Ann Samuelson (Credit: Nicholas Caputo)

CU lecturer, artist invites public to performances about grief

Aug. 7, 2019

Ondine Geary's “Radius of Transmission” project will explore grief in performances across three venues in Boulder, including a one-person appointment-only storage unit.

Flatirons from Chautauqua

CU Boulder administrators to be honored for their contributions to the arts

July 31, 2019

Alphonse Keasley Jr. and Gene Hayworth are among four local citizens who will be recognized for their contributions to the arts in Boulder County at a community event on Sept. 6.

Last year's Living Library event

Visit the CU Living Library March 6–7

March 5, 2019

Norlin Library will host an interactive event featuring the stories of students, staff, faculty and community members and impactful conversations on topics such as mental health, gender, sexuality, race and identity.

Buffalo light sculpture

Enjoy the Season of Light at Fiske

Dec. 4, 2018

Brighten the season with a show exploring why humans are so fascinated with lighting up winter and the holidays, presented at Fiske Planetarium through December.

Menorah with all 8 candles lit

Celebrate Hanukkah with a community dinner

Nov. 29, 2018

Join hundreds of Jewish Buffs on Dec. 2 for a four-course Hanukkah dinner at the Rohr Chabad Center near campus. There will be door prizes, a dreidel competition and lots more.