Somebody’s Friend Movement & Music Festival
May 20 at 2pm in front of Marine Layer
May 21 at 12pm in front of Marine Layer
“A celebration of the Denver/Front Range dance community, bringing together more than 45 dance companies and artists on 2 stages and the streets of the RiNo Arts District. A four day festival of dance, music and the best food Denver has to offer turned up with a series of culinary events. It’s happy hours with dance parties, Drag Brunch with a Vogue dance break and a plated dinner with circus performances throughout the meal. Movement, Music, Commitment, Community.”
Pocket Moss Party
June 2 at 7pm
Alpine Artist Collective presents a celebration of earth and movement with dinner, dance and a DJ. Continuing our exploration of the arts and the environment, our first ever AAC fundraising event includes sustainably-sourced food, new AAC merchandise release, audience inspired dance, raffle prizes, exciting company announcements, and groovy music to unlock your inner alpine artist. Come experience the collective!
Created in collaboration with Authentic:Grooves
An exploration of the tundra and high alpine ecosystems, which will both be significantly impacted by climate change. The purpose of this work is to reframe the misconception that these are cold, frozen, lifeless places disconnected from human existence. On the contrary, these environments are teeming with life, in constant motion, and never-ending transition–from moving rocks and shifting glaciers to curious pikas burrowing deep in the snow. Our goal is to have the audience walk away with a deeper connection to the tundra, a newfound appreciation of how climate change in the mountains will affect us down here in the front range, and a better understanding of why we should protect this ecosystem.
The Bristlecone Project
Wolverine Farm Publick House
A collaborative arts event featuring dance, photography, music, and poetry.
The Bristlecone Project was started in June of 2020, in the early early days of the Coronavirus Pandemic. We wanted to explore how humans and bristlecones, two of nature’s most adaptable species, found resilience in times of catastrophe. Especially considering that our greatest crisis, climate change, has starting to bear its teeth. As artists, who were greatly impacted by the pandemic, The Bristlecone Project helped us find a way to move forward, without hiding the scars, losses, and mutations we’ve acquired in the process.
Requiem for a River
Presenting Denver Dance Festival
Freeform Dance Festival
Celebrating the life of the Danube River, one of the most polluted rivers in Europe. While it is nearly unrecognizable today, Johann Strauss managed to capture its character perfectly in his masterpiece, The Blue Danube.
CKCP Climate Classes 2022
Hannah Kahn Dance Company Studios July 2022
Want to support important environmental work? Great, then come DANCE! 50% of all donations will be donated to a featured environmental non-profit that is focused on climate justice and intersectional environmentalism! (The rest goes toward space rental and supporting future classes).
National Water Dance 2022
April 23, 2022
Livestream on Facebook and Instagram
National Movement Choir bringing awareness to important water issues. Learn more here.
New American Gothic
A Collaboration Between Arts and Agriculture.
National Water Dance 2020
Site-Specific dance performance, live-streamed in 2020 from Eldorado Canyon State Park in Boulder, CO.
Premiere: November 2019
An environmental dance film seeking to inspire water conservation in Colorado and beyond.
Suspended due to COVID-19