Linderos al Aire

Boundaries exist in nature, in humanity, in our individual and collective lives. This production is a playful reflection on individual and collective space — an approach from the childhood perspective of growing and finding teaching and wisdom in nature. Families will delight in this beautiful bilingual production that brings stories of these boundaries to life with dance, music and puppetry.

30 minutes
KidsFringe, Family-friendly, Puppetry, Storytelling
RiNo Art Park Community Hub
1900 35th St, Denver, CO 80216

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Parallel Artistic seeks to spread contemporary art while delivering artistic performances and experiences that elevate the success of an organization's existing event, mission, or campaign.

Born in Santiago, Chile, Álvaro Lorenzo Martínez Gómez has dedicated his life to creating and sharing art. His early formation was based in differential education. Ever a dancer, Lorenzo developed himself in choreography, design, and art direction thereafter. This background has lead to his specialty of teaching dance, theater, and social skills to children through the disciplines of dance. Martínez carries an advanced degree in art direction from Universidad Mayor as well as several other certifications having to do with this field.

Adolfo Romero  is a multifaceted artist from Chile (visual artist, musician, poet and cultural arts project developer). Currently, residing in Denver, Colorado, he is active in the local art and music community. His visual works include a series of mediums that are always searching for symbolic relationships between the human psyche, and its origins in the social world and history. In 8 years of living in Colorado, he has positioned himself as one of the most outstanding emerging Latin artists. He has exhibited at the Denver Museum of Arts on several occasions and has also created several murals and other art pieces for the Santa Fe Arts District of Denver. In the same area, he work as the Music Director at Su Teatro. You can find his artwork as part of Children’s Museum Marsico Campus Denver. One aspect of his work is puppetry, collaborating with some projects for carnivals in Chile and Colorado. 

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RiNo Art Park Community Hub

1900 35th St, Denver, CO 80216

Entrance: The Community Hub is at the north end of the RiNo Art Park (1900 35th St.)

Parking: There is a parking garage one block away at the corner of 36th and Delgany St. and parking at the 38th and Blake St. light rail station as well as street parking

Accessibility: The Community Hub is wheelchair accessible; there will be an ADA restroom trailer near the Community Hub

Admission: You must show your ticket confirmation or purchase a ticket at the venue; all seating is general admission, audiences will wait in a queue before entry to the show