Events

Saturday, September 25

We are beyond thrilled to finally announce the return of the Bluebird Music Festival! After over a year of isolation, loss, and division, what we will need...

Join the official CU road tailgate and get ready to cheer on Karl Dorrell’s team. The CU Spirit Squad, Chip and campus leadership typically make appearances...

18th century beaded saddle

Horses are not just an animal–they are a way of life in the Rocky Mountains, Great Plains, and American Southwest. A new online exhibit at the CU Museum,...

Virtual Event

The Leeds School of Business welcomes you to join us for our Fall Leeds Preview Day! We are excited to welcome prospective students and guests to campus to...

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Apples are abundant this year and the Boulder Apple Tree Project is ready to add to the 700 trees already tagged and measured! How many more trees will we be...

Taught by Erick Mueller & Eric Bruno, entrepreneurs and award-winning professors at the Leeds School of Business, this two-day short course will impart a...

Take a deep dive into the natural products industry in this highly interactive two-day intensive workshop lead by Heather Kennedy, an instructor at Leeds and...

Tenderfoot Trail picture from All Trails

Come join Trail Buffs with City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks to celebrate National Public Lands Day 2021! We will be helping restore the old...

Designed for students looking to break into the finance industry, our Financial and Valuation Modeling Boot Camp will bridge the gap between academics and...

Professor Argrow

Aerospace engineering professor Brian Argrow will present "Games of Drones!" This show illuminates unmanned aircraft design. Students will explore concepts...

This six-hour course covers everything from burns and broken bones to choking and heart attacks. This course also includes adult, infant and junior CPR and...

Join us for a SpikeBall Tournament on the Quad. There will be prizes and snacks available.

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Kate Petley: Staring into the Fire brings together a new body of work composed of abstract photographs and works on canvas. Petley’s will to transform and...

A closeup of an anatomical illustration.

How does Hydrogen Man, a woodcut made by Leonard Baskin in 1954, relate to an illustration of the circulatory system from Andreas Vesailus’ 1555 anatomical...

Photo of a pink, glass human skull.

Tim Whiten: Tools of Conveyance surveys 40 years of Whiten’s works on paper and objects related to his mark making practice. His pictorial language of...

Creative (Climate) Communications: Productive Pathways for Science, Policy and Society, Maxwell Boykoff

Conversations about climate change at the science-policy interface, and in our lives, have been stuck. During this CU on the Weekend lecture, Professor Max...

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Virtual Event
Orchard of apple trees with spring blossoms in both pink and white.

Join Sam Van Aken, Associate Professor in the School of Art at Syracuse University, as he discusses The Open Orchard is an expansive new work on Governors...

The stars of tomorrow are on stage today at CU Boulder. The students of the College of Music present works old and new for their degree-qualifying recitals....

Find a yoga practice that supports your physical, mental and emotional well-being. This class will show you how yoga can help you develop clarity,...

The end of the summer pool party event will feature 3 live DJ’s and a heated pool. You won’t want to miss it!

Friday and Saturday nights, from 7 p.m. to close. Enjoy the fun of bowling with black lights, colored lane lights and color pins. It’s the ONLY Extreme...

Enacting climate is in the spotlight. CU Theatre & Dance partners with Climate Change Theatre Action 2021 in New York City to produce ten brief climate plays...

Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema (SSFDC) screens an eclectic selection of the season’s best dance cinema shorts from around the world. From the highly...

Saturday, September 25