First Fridays

Exhibit in the Sanctuary Gallery: Reflections: Arts for the Soul

Reflections: Arts for the Soul is the current exhibit in our sanctuary gallery. It features the work of 15 different local artists working in nine different art forms. Reflections will run through April 24.   Reflections is part of Boulder Arts Week! Friday, March 25: Gallery Open Come enjoy Reflections between 5:00-8:00 pm. Open gallery, […]

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Come See Community Healing in the Sanctuary Gallery!

First Church’s Arts for the Soul Committee, in partnership with the NoBo Art District, invite you to come and enjoy the latest art show in our sanctuary gallery, Community Healing. There will be a First Fridays open gallery/receptions on Friday, December 3, from 5:00-8:30 pm.. Masks are required. If you don’t have a mask, we’ll […]

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Boundless Joy Exhibit in the Sanctuary Gallery

Have you noticed Boundless Joy, an exhibit of fiber art currently hanging in our sanctuary gallery? The exhibit is presented by the group, Boundless Fiber Artists, a 10-year-old critique and design group. Each piece in this exhibit is technically a quilt and has its roots in a long tradition of domestic and demonstration quilting. Techniques […]

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Exhibit in our Sanctuary Gallery: Art as Medicine: Artists in Recovery

First United Methodist Church of Boulder is pleased to offer a gallery space in our sanctuary as part of our church’s Arts for the Soul program. Curators Barbara Olson and Richard Saxon, both artists-in-residence and church members, bring fantastic exhibits by local artists to our sanctuary walls.   The current exhibit, Art as Medicine: Artists […]

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A Kid’s Soul Photography Exhibit Opening Friday, May 1, 6–9 PM

The Arts for the Soul committee of First United Methodist Church of Boulder is proud to present our new art exhibit space in the sanctuary, and the debut of its first art show featuring photography by artist-in-residence Richard Saxon. The show, titled A Kid’s Soul, contains pictures of children, many photographed in our church, doing […]

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