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Pearl Street Arts Fest Artist Invitational

2024 BIPOC Artist Invitational 

In 2024, the Pearl Street Arts Fest is launching a new BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) Artist Invitational, featuring five remarkable local artists, including: Louise Cutler (Fort Collins), Adderly Grant-Lord (Lafayette), Corinne Trujillo/Aiko Szymczak (Denver), and Latasha Greene (Denver).

All 105 Pearl Street Arts Fest artists represent a range of diverse mediums and artists of all ages, geographies, and identities. The Downtown Boulder Partnership is committed to advancing the conversation about diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging, and justice, and believes that this commitment requires creating intentional, inclusive programming. We acknowledge that the art world has historically excluded and marginalized BIPOC artists, often overlooking their profound contributions and unique perspectives. This invitational is part of our ongoing efforts to address this legacy of non-inclusion by bringing together emerging and established artists to amplify underrepresented voices, promote equality, and emphasize the importance of diversity in the arts.

Invitational booths are located in the heart of the festival on the 1300 block of the Pearl Street Mall. Take a moment to get to know the invited artists below before visiting their booths at the festival.

Louise Cutler

Booth #1322

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Adderly Grant-Lord

Booth #1326

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Corinne Trujillo & Aiko Szymczak

Booth #1323

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Latasha Greene

Booth #1325

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