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Mindfulness in Greek Tragedy

Naropa’s MFA Theater Cohort Stages Anne Carson’s ‘An Oresteia’ By Selena Milewski Photography by Tyler Rost and Jackquelyn Hilliker “Why does tragedy exist? Because you are full of rage. Why

Review: of 4 Women Artists

  Chinn Wang & Libby Barbee, Alexis Clement, Terri Bell On view from 3/9 – 4/20 // Nalanda & White Cube // 6287 Arapahoe Ave.   Libby Barbee reveals her

Student Gallery: Fall Retrospective

We can’t help but feel a good amount nostalgia mixed in with the relief and triumph at the end of each semester. Here’s a re-cap of the amazing art on

Charli Ornett at the Paramita Gallery

Charli Ornett is a local Boulder artist, working with encaustic mixed medium since 2001. Her work is shown internationally and held in private collections. Her piece “Going is Knowing” is


  Experimental / Versatile / Fierce / Celebration FEAT. Friday Night * Bonte Lane Path of Kindness- singing bowls, recorded track & rap w/ Pamela Rosenthal * Mihaito- weirdos doing

Reflection: Collaborative Theater-Making

This particular practice of creation and the philosophy behind it have perhaps been the most profound bits of wisdom I’ve attained in my six and a half weeks within this community.

Under Construction: Photo Essay

By Alexis Pokorny Hi! I’m a first year student in the MFA Theater: Contemporary Performance at Naropa. I am working on Under Construction, a production featuring the 2nd year MFA ensemble,

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