Hot Fudge Thursday
Thursday, April 30
This tasty spring tradition will showcase the Dancerz’ own choreography to musical favorites. The performance is :30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. The audience is invited to stay after the performance and enjoy an ice-cream treat from Cold Stone Creamery with the performers.
The Sangre de Cristo Dancerz is a performing dance company composed of
The inspiring beauty of the Dancerz comes with the unique qualities each individual brings to the company. The Dancerz is the only dance company of its kind in the state of Colorado.
General admission tickets are $5 per person and are available by calling (719) 295-7200 or by stopping by the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center Box Office at 210 N. Santa Fe Ave.
Arts Center Theater
210 N Santa Fe Ave,
Pueblo, CO 81003
March 28 – May 17, 2015
See photographer Heather Oelklau’s collection of funky and unusual cameras – including a camera made from a teapot, a lunch pail, and more!
Community Access Nights!!
See all exhibits in the Helen T. White Galleries free of charge on the first Friday of each month from 4:30 – 7pm.
Planning to attend this event? Take a picture and share your photo on our Facebook page!
Waldo Chicken is a story of the most intimate moments of life, the moments that individuals publicly ignore. Waldo Chicken observes the Big Heads’ as they struggle through the motions of life and realizes that they only occasionally take full account of what is happening around them. Waldo Chicken wants you to see what he sees and make a change for the good life.
The exhibit is called “Waldo Chicken” and is by Cas Foste.
Exhibition will be displayed in the second floor foyer of the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center, March 28- May 24. Cost of admission to all exhibits is $8.
Planning to attend this event? Take a picture outside the Arts Center and post your photo on our Facebook page!
This Spring Break, bring your child to the Buell Children’s Museum. There will be special performances of the Amazing Food Detective, sponsored by Kaiser Permanente! Show times are at noon and 2:00, from March 24th through March 27th. Performance entry fee is included in the price of admission to the Arts Center.
The Amazing Food Detective(Zachary Friberg) teaches junior food detectives how to live a healthy life as he helps Carlos Crusader (Dane Anderson) find the energy he needs to play the sports he loves. Carlos’ mother (Chelsey Figgins) soon discovers that she’s been feeding him all the wrong foods. Coach Jumping Jack Johnson (Quin Friberg) intervenes upon the request of the Amazing Food Detective and gives Carlos and friend Angela (Alexandra Pepin) the tools to face the day-to-day influences that may sway them away from healthier behaviors. A series of catchy songs that are easy to remember and even easier to apply, reinforce the positive messages.
Do you plan to attend this play or visit the Children’s Museum? Take a picture and share it on our Facebook page!
Tossed & Found with Cirque’du Soleil artist Peter Davison
Saturday, March 21st
Come see award-winning juggler, dancer and physical comedian Peter Davison in a remarkable one-man show!
See things differently as ordinary objects come alive in extraordinary ways. Funny, amazing and sometimes poignant, “Tossed & Found” is contemporary vaudeville at its finest!
Peter Davison has combined inspiration from Charlie Chaplin, Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly and other movement artists who worked with common objects that audiences could relate to. The result is physical theater that is both classic and relevant today.
Peter Davison, a former National Juggling Champion and recipient of the Ballet Builders Award for New Choreography, has toured internationally and appeared on the CBS, BBC and Fox TV networks. Now, his diverse abilities come together in a one-of-a-kind show that appeals to all ages.
HINT: Come by the Arts Center after the performance to learn the art of juggling!
12-5pm on Saturday and Sunday!
Sangre de Cristo Arts Center
210 N Santa Fe Ave.
Pueblo, CO 81003