Activities and Workshops

Lafayette Arts & Cultural Resources Department, in conjunction with the Lafayette Cultural Arts Commission and the Public Art Committee, offers a variety of diverse programming. Most of these events are free and open to the public. Some require pre-registration.

Chicanas: Nurturers and Warriors 

Film: “Chicanas: Nurturers and Warriors,” an #IAmDenver documentary film produced by the Denver Office of Storytelling, explores what it means to be Chicana. Featuring some remarkable women who have made transformative political, social, and cultural contributions to Denver, the film chronicles what it is to be a woman born in this country, with strong Mexican and Indigenous roots and a life dedicated to social justice. This sweeping history spans centuries and is told like never before, with personal stories of triumph that are guaranteed to inspire and empower. Translation and interpretation are available on request. 

Registration

Q&A with filmmaker Rowena Alegría and State Historian Nicki Gonzales to follow the film. 

The Conversations Series: Stitching the Geopolitical Quilt to Re-Body Belonging

Artist in residence series with Helanius J. Wilkins and Ryder Turner

Workshop Series: Illuminating your Voice with Ryder Turner

  • Final Workshop - Date To Be Determined
  • Sign-up required. 
  • Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing and shoes.

Belonging Conversation

  • Wednesday, June 22,  6:30 to 8:30pm at The Collective Community Arts Center
  • Sign-up recommended

Choreographic Ritual: Culminating Event, with Helanius J. Wilkins and Ryder Turner

  • Sunday, June 26, 4 to 6pm at Waneka Lake Park

View more details and register today on our activity registration page.

Art Table To Go Kits

Pick up your kit at The Collective Community Arts Center during open hours. Suited for all ages. Most materials included. Some household items may be needed. We are creating new kits - check back soon!

Activity Books

No need to sign up. Stop by The Collective during open hours and pick up one of our beautiful activity books.

Learn about local artists on YouTube

Our Lafayette Arts & Cultural Resources YouTube channel features artist interviews, tutorials, and more.