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Murmuring Yarnscapes

Nov. 18, 2021

Unstable Design Lab researchers Jordan Wirfs-Brock, a PhD candidate, and Mikhaila Friske, a PhD student, both in information science, will present their interactive, hands-on, textile-based experience, Murmuring Yarnscapes, in the ATLAS Black Box, beginning Dec. 2.

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"Cowbird," a dance-triggered multimedia performance by Brad Gallagher

Sept. 1, 2021

From a past show in the black box a person looks to a background that looks like planets.

‘From Past to Present’ returns live music to CU Boulder’s ATLAS Black Box Theater

July 29, 2021

The Roser ATLAS B2 Black Box Theater on Friday night will once again be filled with the sound of live music for the first time since a Sept. 2018 flood from a burst pipe, and then the coronavirus, forced the on-campus venue’s closure.

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B2 Center for Media, Arts & Performance Creative Residencies

Feb. 10, 2021

The B2 Center for Media, Arts & Performance will be opening its call for 2022/23 Creative Residencies in January, 2022. All CU faculty, staff, students, and recent CU graduates are welcome to apply. We will be accepting proposals for art installations, musical performances, theatrical productions, dance, experimental digital media, thesis...

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Q&A with Brittney Banaei, the artist and designer-of-movement behind “Overworld”

Nov. 11, 2020

As she wraps up the second week of her residency with the B2 Center for Media, Art and Performance in the ATLAS Institute, dancer and performer Brittney Banaei and her collaborators Constance Harris and Laura Conway have completed a vivid and dynamic performance, but they will perform it without an...

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Q&A with new B2 director Steven Frost

Oct. 22, 2020

B2 Reimagined: New B2 director Steven Frost shares the opportunities and difficulties of opening ATLAS Institute’s B2 Center for Media, Arts and Performance during the pandemic and his vision for B2’s future.