Supporters, Partners, and Venues
Atlas Center for Media, Arts and Performance at the University of Colorado at Boulder
Film Studies Program at the University of Colorado at Boulder
Contributing Artists & Works
Links to exhibited artists and works can be found on the corresponding Festival and Tour Archive pages in our navigation bar to the left.
2010–2015: The primary venue for Sans Souci for the years 2010 through 2018 is the Black Box Theatre at the Atlas Center for Media, Arts and Performance at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
2009, 2013-2015: The Dairy Center for the Arts is a cultural arts complex in Boulder, Colorado, founded in 1992 and housed in the historic Watts-Hardy Dairy building. It features dramatic theater, live music, dance performances, and visual arts. Screenings for the 2013 through 2015 Festival Events are presented in the Dairy's Boedecker Theater. The Dairy's East Theater was the primary venue for our 2009 Festival.
2004–2008: Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, BMoCA, originally called the Boulder Arts Center, was founded in 1972 to showcase and promote the visual arts in Boulder, Colorado. The museum is committed to providing local and regional artists, as well as recognized artists, with a significant venue. It is housed in an historic warehouse that now includes three galleries and a 100-seat black box theater. BMoCA hosted Sans Souci in the years 2004 through 2008.
2011, 2013 & 2014: Canyon Theater at the Boulder Public Library is the venue for the City's Film Series.
2008 & 2010: Founded in 1989, the mission of Highways is to cultivate art that expands the frontiers of aesthetic traditions.