The two-story, 2,700- square-foot Black Box Studio performance space, located in the basement level 2 of the ATLAS Building, is designed to provide digital technology for interdisciplinary performances that combine musicians, dancers, visual artists and technology, visiting artists, Web casts, interactive audio and visual performances, student and faculty video production, and creative digital cinema.
Boulder Box Set is a Heartland Chapter Emmy Award-winning music/entertainment series that features performances captured live in high definition at the ATLAS Institute’s Black Box theater at the University of Colorado in Boulder.
The audio and video recording is state-of-the-art. The artists that are showcased – including the well-established and up-and-coming – share original material representing a wide variety of musical styles. Many of these artists have Colorado roots or other strong connections to the Rocky Mountain region. All have talent that is not to be missed.
The premiere of the ATLAS Boulder Box Set music/entertainment series, which featured folk/rock musicians Andy Hill and Renée Safier, was recognized with a prestigious Heartland Chapter Emmy Award for Daniel Mercure, who was the Rocky Mountain PBS post production director of the show.
The two-story, 2,700 square-foot Black Box performance space, located in the lower basement level (B2) of the Roser ATLAS Building on the University of Colorado Boulder campus, provides the latest in digital technology for performing artists who combine multimedia technology with interdisciplinary dance, theater, music and film or video productions.
In this state-of-the-art environment, students, faculty and visiting artists seamlessly merge traditional art forms with 21st century technology – including multiple HD video projectors and projection surfaces, live video, and a high-end multi-channel sound system and lighting system that are able to provide tremendous flexibility and subtlety – depending on the needs of the artist/producer.
In addition to presenting live performances to theater audiences, the Black Box facility also functions as a sound and video recording studio. It is equipped with a wide array of HD cameras, video/sound recording equipment and software.
Ian Cooke, who is a cellist, pianist, singer and songwriter who has been voted Best Avant-Pop performer by Westword Magazine for three years, will perform at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13, in the ATLAS Black Box theater as part of the Boulder Box Set series.Cooke has appeared in SPIN magazine, Finished #1 in the Denver…
The Denver-based rock group The Congress will perform a one-hour set for a taping/recording as part of the ATLAS Boulder Box Set series at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 12, in the Black Box theater. Seating is limited and first-come, first-served. Audiences are advised to arrive at least 15 minutes early. Note: Views of the band…
Since the band’s formation over 5 years ago, Paper Bird has been playing it’s joyful blend of folk, roots, and americana to delighted audiences across the country. Their unique sound is a combination of a dynamic and energetic rhythm section intertwined with effortless and ﬂowing harmonies.