https://www.kgnu.org/metroarts/3/1/2019 – MetroArts – March 1, 2019 Michael Deragisch in an interview with Veronica Straight-Lingo
NoBo OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED as a “creative district”
On March 21, 2017, the Boulder City Council delivered a declaration officially recognizing the NoBo Art District as a “creative district.” The declaration acknowledges
- Importance of culture in the history of Boulder
- Contributions artists make to social and economic vibrancy
- Advantages that creative districts have for communities
- Honors the many people in north Boulder who have banded together to support artists
The NoBo Art District, and other cultural leaders in north Boulder, look forward to collaborating with city departments, especially the Community Vitality Department and the Office of Arts and Culture, on the opportunities a formal creative district can offer.
Expedia’s Most Artistic Towns In America – The NoBo Art District has been featured in a yearly article for travelers looking to explore the most artistic communities in America. First Friday Art Walks received a special shout-out! February 12, 2018.
Happening Highlights – by Aimee Heckel | Travel Boulder: The Ultimate Guide, Arts & Culture, May 3, 2017
Inside Boulder News – by Ashley Prill, News Anchor | Producer, BOULDER 8 TV, Boulder Arts Commission Grants, August 11, 2016
– NoBo Art District is a 2016 Boulder Art Commission –
Boulder could double grants to local artists under new cultural plan
by Erica Meltzer, Daily Camera, April 9, 2015
This Friday’s NoBo Art District Studio Tour features a unique verbal twist.
by Robin Noble, The Boulder Source, March 30, 2015
Enlivening North Boulder with an added emphasis on art
by Robin Noble, The Boulder Source, March 19, 2015
The Light Fantastic featuring Andy Schultzman
by Robin Noble, The Boulder Source, March 11, 2015
Inaugural Boulder Arts Week strives to ‘build community’
by Kate Jonuska, Daily Camera, March 20, 2014
2014 could be a big year for Boulder’s art scene
by Erica Meltzer Camera Staff Writer, January 2, 2014
Tiny libraries in front yards across Colorado inspire love of books
by Colleen O’Connor, The Denver Post, April 30, 2013
NoBo’s First Friday will be a group effort,
Daily Camera, January 26, 2013
NoBo becoming a shopper’s paradise
Dally Camera, November 30, 2012
Bookworms have reason to rejoice,
Daily Camera, September 23, 2012
Artist tries to capture ‘heightened color’ of dreams
Dally Camera, April 27, 2012
NoBo Nite Out, First Friday art tours staging a comeback
Dally Camera, April 2, 2010
In Boulder, head Uptown, not just uphill
New York Times, December 1, 2010
“Metro Arts” KGNU, March 20th, 2014
Veronica Straight-Lingo talks with NoBo Art District’s president Annette Coleman, Marco Martinari, Joe Howard about poetry and art and the 2015 Art Speak.
“Metro Arts” KGNU, March 20th, 2014
Veronica Straight-Lingo talks with NoBo Art District’s president Annette Coleman and Susan Erickson PLACE Project lead they introduce the PLACE project to the community.
“Metro Arts” KGNU, February 7th, 2014
Veronica Straight-Lingo talks with NoBo Art District’s president Annette Coleman, Helen Brader, and Diane Stum Fekete about the NoBo Art Districts Group Show, featuring over 70 artists in a show titled: Red, Rouge, Rojo at the First Congregational Church. Mary Horrocks of the Dairy Center talks about Melt a kickoff to the First Friday events in Boulder featuring three visual art offerings.
“Metro Arts,” KGNU, December 6. 2013
Veronica Straight-Lingo talks with NoBo Art District’s president Annette Coleman about becoming an official Art District at the Boulder City level and about current programs in NoBo.
“Metro Arts,” KGNU, April 19. 2013
Veronica Straight-Lingo talks with NoBo Art District’s presidentAnnette Coleman about installing the Little Library, Reading In Spires, by Christie Slater & Jonathan Davis of Tinker Art Studio.
“Metro Arts,” KGNU, April 5, 2013
Veronica Straight-Lingo talks withAnnette Coleman , Lisa Michot and Tiffany Miller Russell about what’s happening on First Friday, April 2013 in the NoBo Art District.