Photo of roses and notes at King Soopers memorial

A lens toward healing: Community reflection and curation Dec. 14

Dec. 13, 2021

Focusing on the therapeutic act of building community through the power of documentary, collaborative portraits by Assistant Professor Ross Taylor will be on display. Also, attendees are invited to share their images at this event, offering a place for reflection, story-generating and healing after the Boulder King Soopers shooting in March.

Visitors explore a CU Museum of Natural History exhibit

Explore climate change, ice at the CU Museum over winter break

Dec. 8, 2021

The CU Museum of Natural History will be open for in-person visits over winter break. Visit three new exhibits, on display now, exploring climate change and ice.

A glass block marks Saturn's spot in the solar system, along with its moons Tethys, Rhea and Dione.

Hear planets sing as you ‘walk’ through space in new solar system model

Dec. 7, 2021

For about 35 years, the Colorado Scale Model Solar System has delighted campus visitors by shrinking Earth's cosmic neighborhood down to a short walk. Now the exhibit is getting a new update and an interactive smartphone app.

Murmuring Yarnscapes exhibit

Explore 'Murmuring Yarnscapes,' an interactive, hands-on textile and sound experience

Nov. 19, 2021

What happens when sound and touch collide? This December, explore tactile-sonic experiences––including a crocheted quilt that allows you to manipulate an immersive, ambisonic soundscape––in this ATLAS Black Box installation.

Visitors interact with piece in new exhibit at Museum of Boulder

CU Boulder community work featured in Museum of Boulder exhibit

Nov. 11, 2021

A group of CU Boulder artists and technologists, many of whom share connections with the ATLAS Institute, contributed to the Museum of Boulder’s newest exhibit “Convivial Machines,” which opened in October.

A performance by the Boulder Children's Chorale

University Libraries to celebrate expanded collections by Latin American Indigenous authors Oct. 28

Oct. 12, 2021

The Nahuatl Evening is free and will include three speakers, Indigenous language performances, including one by the Boulder Children's Chorale, and a book exhibition.

An art exhibit on the CU Boulder campus

Attend the inaugural Culture Crawl Oct. 7

Sept. 27, 2021

This free event is open to faculty, staff and students and will take you around campus as you explore CU Boulder’s arts and culture sites and engage in immersive, stress-free activities.

CU Museum of Natural History being remodeled

CU Museum of Natural History to reopen Sept. 27

Sept. 21, 2021

After a closure that lasted over a year, the CU Museum of Natural History will be reopening its doors to the campus and community Monday, Sept. 27.

Women's liberation

University Libraries celebrating centennial of 19th Amendment

Sept. 15, 2020

The ratification of the 19th Amendment secured and protected women’s right to vote. The University Libraries held a panel discussion and is providing an online exhibit of archives.

exhibit at the CU Museum of Natural History

CU Museum of Natural History now accessible from home

Sept. 10, 2020

The CU Museum has gone virtual, offering a wide range of exhibits and educational materials for students, families and community members—online accessible every day and always free.