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Friday, April 12

7:30 pm

Tickets: $22 adults, $18 students/seniors

Moon Theatre Company is proud to present Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's iconic comedy You Can't Take it With You, the 1930s screwball comedy that follows the antics of the Sycamores, a family of self-contented eccentrics who live together in a rambling old house. 

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Opening Reception & Artist Gallery Talk:
Friday, April 12, 5:30 pm – 8 pm

Free Admission

Gallery Talk presented by Amelia Furman.


In a continuing series that links historic themes with artistic interpretation, Amelia Furman, using her hallmark technique of layered images obscured through the veil of memory, presents a series of new work that addresses the theme of power, as both a logistical struggle and a theoretical concept.

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Opening Reception:
Friday, April 12, 6 – 8 pm

FREE ADMISSION

This exhibit presents a variety of quilts and related objects drawn directly for the Loveland Museum’s historic collection. Also included are examples of contemporary quilts created in Loveland courtesy of the Studio Art Quilt Associates.

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Join us for our grand opening and play with pastels. 443 E 4th Street. Artwork is a collection of illustrations by Amanda Finch from her book Into the Dark Night Sky. Pegasus is a quiet small coworking space by day and offers by appointment transformational life strategy services, Classical Feng Shui and horse-human connection services and energetic to help you to expand out to greater possibilities. 970 217 8129. 

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Loveland CreatorSpace will display work by Elza Simpson and Al Snyder and facilitator Stephen 
Beaton will be giving a laser class. 

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Independence Gallery expansion. 

Come meet our new artists and see the changes! 

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Artworks Loveland is proud to feature "Stripped: Fractured Landscapes" by Madeline Wilson as we celebrate and participate in the Month of Photography. Wilson contemplates the threatened existence of the locations she captures through the lens. The compilation of photographs are deconstructed and reconstructed to recreate new fractured landscapes addressing the impermanence that human’s physical impact on the environment has created through climate change and radical manipulation of natural resources. Wilson emphasizes the effect of humankind on nature in these works, and the ever-changing visuals that exist in the environment. @monthofphotography

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Swim, fly, ride, hike, run and explore through colorful worlds of local student-artists as they interpret motion though art. Support Loveland and Berthoud’s youth artistry and celebrate National Youth Art Month with the annual Thompson School District Student Art Show. Displaying artwork of students in grades Kindergarten through 12th, the show features two- and three-dimensional works of art from the areas of photography, jewelry, ceramics, sculpture, collage, painting and drawing.

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