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Mummified Robots by Les Sunde
Mummified Robots by Les Sunde

Trash Becomes Treasure

The Lincoln Center’s current Art Gallery exhibition, Rescue and Redemption, features 5 talented and imaginative artists who rescue objects from the junk heaps of society and turn them into beautiful and interesting pieces of art.

The artists, Bob Coonts, Erick Johnson, Susannah Mira, Lee Somers, and Les Sunde, are featured in this exhibition for their admirable ability to create beauty from the residue of modern culture. Objects rescued from the trash find redemption and rebirth becoming treasures at the hands of these artists. Tractor blades become parts to a fantastical flying boat; rubber and cork gaskets become a gracefully undulating mobile, and piano parts become body parts to a new breed of wild animal.

In addition to exhibiting their unique and diverse artworks, all five artists have been challenged to create a new art piece from the remains of defunct pianos from the popular Fort Collins public art project “Pianos About Town." The resulting artworks from this challenge will be on display in the exhibition.

Rescue and Redemption runs through June 2, 2012 in the Lincoln Center Art Gallery and Lobby.

Admission is always free. Gallery hours are Tuesdays through Fridays 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., Saturdays noon to 6 p.m., and evenings of performances.

Click here to visit the Art Gallery webpage for more information.

 


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2012-2013 Season Line-up Announced

We've announced our 2012-2013 Performing Arts Season line-up! On tap for this season...passion, energy, talent and award winning offerings - everything from established crowd-pleasing favorites like Tap Dogs, The Ten Tenors and Disney's Beauty and the Beast, to exciting, edgy and interesting new productions like Traces, a hip modern take on circus-like acrobatics, and Intergalactic Nemesis, a mash up of a radio drama and a live action comic-book. You're sure to find something for all your diverse entertainment tastes!

Single tickets go on sale to the general public August 7! But you don't have to wait! You can become a season subscriber now and secure your tickets before the public on sale date - just choose any one of our series packages! Don’t forget our Pick 5 option...make your own series from any five, or more, of your favorite shows.

2012-2013 Lincoln Center Shows By Series:
(Click on the show titles below for more info.)

Showstoppers Series: Tap Dogs, A Chorus Line (National Tour), Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (National Tour), Traces (National Tour), The Midtown Men - Featuring 4 Stars from the Original Cast of Jersey Boys*

Anything Goes Series: Shaolin Warriors, Natalie MacMaster, Intergalactic Nemesis (Live Action Graphic Novel)

Dance Series: Ailey II, Russian National Ballet Theatre, Smuin Ballet

Imagination Series: Black Violin, Adam Trent Magic, Street Beat

Classical Music Series: Miró Quartet, Nobuyuki Tsujii (2009 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition Gold Medalist), Borromeo String Quartet

Special Events: Capitol Steps, Acoustic Africa, Sinbad, Christmas with the Celts, Rock of Ages (National Tour, mature content), Mark Cohn, Paco Peña, The Ten Tenors, Nobodies of Comedy

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*Not a performance of, not affiliated with, the show Jersey Boys


Figaro, Figaro, Fiiiiiigaro!
You know the tune, but have you seen the opera?


Opera Fort Collins will close its 2011-12 season here on our main stage on June 1st with one of the greatest comic operas of all time, The Barber of Seville.

Figaro, Seville’s favorite barber, gets everyone in a lather as he helps Count Almaviva (initially disguised as a poor student) win the object of his affection, the beautiful Rosina. Unfortunately, this delectable ingénue is kept securely sequestered by her sleazy guardian Doctor Bartolo and oily music master Don Basilio. So the barber and the “student” must infiltrate the household in order to reach her. A series of identity changes, duplicity, subterfuge, close shaves – and even bits of shrewd manipulation by Rosina herself – set the stage for sharp-edged comedic chaos as Figaro devises ways to bring the young lovers together.

Sung in Italian with English supertitles, The Barber of Seville features some of the most delightful music ever written for the stage. A classic Rossini score, virtuostic singing, and an energetic cast of established national and local emerging artists make this a not-to-be-missed event.

A pre-opera talk will be held 45 minutes prior to the performance.

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