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Co-founder, Mimi, with white skin, red hair, wearing dark-rimmed glasses and a white top teaching a crowd of children and adults movement exercises in a park with tall green trees.

Advancing Health Equity Through the Performing Arts

Who We Are

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What We Do...

Dandelion Arts Collective is an arts-in-health organization dedicated to increasing health equity and public health promotion through performing arts education. We believe that the performing arts can be used to foster health equity and social justice. We are a woman-owned, non-profit organization that uses theatre, movement, music, and many other performing arts modalities to promote mental health and well-being. Our mission is to create a platform for self-expression and to provide a safe space for communities to explore the human experience. Join us in our mission to create a better tomorrow, today.

Who We Serve...

We serve Northern Colorado families, children, young people, and adults in schools, community centers, libraries, art spaces, public health events, and more. 

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Why Dandelion?

Throughout history and in many cultures, dandelions have long been a symbol of hope, resilience, nourishment, growth, and healing. Through music, movement, creative expression, storytelling, visual art, and more, Dandelion Arts Collective aims to bring those same elements to communities across the North Denver Metro area. 

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Join Our Collective

Are you interested in bringing us to your community?

 

Are you a parent or educator experiencing a need we can help support? 

Are you an artist looking to support public health through your practice? 

Connect with us to learn more about our community partnerships

Co-founder, Kristel, with white skin, dark curly hair, wearing a black top, pink tutu skirt, and Minnie Mouse ears stands between two white men who are actors in a play. They are on a stage underneath a large sign that says "Hot Dogs."

The Month's Events

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Community Partners 

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