2725 Rocky Mountain Ave # 200, Loveland, CO
Founded by Roy Guthrie, as African Art Promotions Inc. in 1970, Chapungu Sculpture Park has pioneered the promotion of Zimbabwe Stone Sculpture (Shona Sculpture) and has built up the most important permanent collection of this work in existence.
Since 1978, the Denver Film Society (DFS) has worked to promote film as both an art form and a civic forum. As the only nonprofit theater in Colorado, we’re dedicated to engaging both our members and the general public in a lifelong relationship with film.
The Denver Film Society, a 501(c)(3) cultural arts organization, operates the Sie FilmCenter, the organization’s year-round cinematic home, presents the annual award-winning Denver Film Festival in November and a series of Niche mini-festivals throughout the year.
The Denver Film Society’s mission is to develop opportunities for diverse audiences to discover film through creative, thought-provoking experiences.
The International Film Series is Boulder’s first arthouse series and has been locally programmed since 1941. Our main venue is Muenzinger Auditorium, located west of Folsom Stadium (400 seats). Our secondary venue is the Visual Arts Complex Auditorium, located north of the Euclid Autopark and downstairs in room 1B20 (200 seats).
We provide ushers at every show and actively discourage texting and other cellphone abuse during screenings. We never show more than three trailers before the film, if any at all. We never show ads. We screen as many films as possible on celluloid and have reel-to-reel projectors operated by experienced professionals, which grants us access to rare and archive prints from all around the world. Unlike most theaters, we do not make money from concessions and prefer to maintain a quiet venue, free from distractions where the focus is always on the film itself.
Visitors have an unprecedented opportunity to see The Wildlife Experience art collection in its entirety. Search for Essence includes more than 100 wildlife paintings and sculptures by internationally acclaimed nature artists, such as Robert Bateman, John Banovich, John Seerey-Lester, Morten Solberg, Kent Ullberg and Bart Walter, as well as renowned artists from our region, including Gerald Balciar, Kenneth Bunn and Veryl Goodnight, are shown together in the elegant 7,000 sq ft gallery. The contemplative environment hosts reading and rest areas to ponder quotations by the artists that inspire concern and appreciation for the natural world, or provide insights to the artists’ philosophies and motivations.