Join us at Tundra, July 28 & 29, Denver

Image is a triptych. In the first and third spaces are mountain tops. In the center are two dancers performing.
Image is a triptych. In the first and second spaces are mountain tops. In the right space are two dancers performing.
Text says "Tundra, July 28 & 29, RiNo Art Park, dance, music, art. Below are a set of logos.

Tundra features artists from Authentic: Grooves and Alpine Artist Collection. These two evenings of performances, sponsored by RiNo Art Park, will feature new works from both companies, live music by local musician Jesse Hunter, an immersive art installation that features floral arrangements by Meant to Bea floral, beverages by Rowdy Mermaid, and we will be there tabling with community science projects (including the Colorado Pika Project) you can do to protect the wildlife in the southern Rocky Mountain region!

Tundra is an exploration of the tundra and high alpine ecosystems, which will both be significantly impacted by climate change. The purpose of this work is to reframe the misconception that these are cold, frozen, lifeless places disconnected from human existence. On the contrary, these environments are teeming with life, in constant motion, and never-ending transition – from moving rocks and shifting glaciers to curious pikas burrowing deep in the snow. 

When: Friday, July 28 and Saturday, July 29, 7:00 pm
Where: The Truss House, 1900 35th St, Denver, CO 80216
Registration: Children under the age of 6 years old do not need a ticket. Everyone else can get theirs here!

The image is divided into seven vertical stripes. In the first, third, fourth, fifth, and seventh are images of mountain peaks. In the second and sixth are people dancing. Below the images, text says "tundra"