Join the Center for African & African American Studies for a Kwanzaa celebration honoring the rich traditions of the Nguzo Saba—the seven principles of Kwanzaa, which emphasize family, community and culture.
The Center for Student Involvement and A Queer Endeavor, a nationally renowned center for gender and sexuality in the CU Boulder School of Education, are co-hosting a screening and discussion about the path-breaking documentary, “Reclaiming the Narrative: A Documentary About LGBTQ+ Students.”
Free and open to all, Indigenous Peoples Day events beginning Oct. 8 will include a screening of “Crow Country: Our Right to Food Sovereignty” followed by a discussion with director Tsanavi Spoonhunter, knowledge-keeper talks, breakout sessions and more. Get details and plan to attend what interests you!
This year’s Culture Crawl, Sept. 19–20, will feature local artists, performers, exhibits and the chance to explore your inner artist. Plus, the first 35 attendees at each location will get a free Culture Crawl T-shirt.
In this rollicking lampoon of relationships, romance and the influence of town gossip, William Shakespeare delivers a near-perfect enemies-to-lovers romantic comedy. See the play June 11–Aug. 13 in the outdoor theater.
Undergraduate students from the department of Cinema Studies & Moving Image Arts have curated film and video from the University Libraries Rare and Distinctive Collections. Find out more and plan to attend.