The Boulder Artist: Episode 9

Julie Rothschild

Julie Rothschild explores movement via dance and art made of fiber and steel. We discuss the evolution of her work and her exhibit on display, as well as collaboration, being a newcomer in Boulder, materials, metaphors, and minimalism.

Body at Work exhibit at Bus Stop Gallery March 2024

Boulder Arts Week April 5-13, 2024

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Get informed, inspired, and involved. The Boulder Artist is about those making an impact, both with their work and with the lives they lead as creatives. But it’s also about culture and community here in Boulder, Colorado, how place informs our arts, and vice versa. Brought to you by the NoBo Art District, hosted & produced by Communications Designer, Becca Saulsberry (she/her), recorded in the Madelife Sound Studio, music by Hank Church, and mastered by Connor Weisburg. Listen every month.

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