The MakeFrisco community arts group is bringing light to the winter season starting on Saturday, February 26 with FrozenFrisco, an ice luminary display at the Frisco Nordic Center. The display will engage the community through public art and bring creativity and continued hope to the winter season.
Join us for the FrozenFrisco opening reception from 5:00pm – 6:30 pm on Saturday, February 26. The opening reception will kick off the Summit Nordic Ski Club’s Eat, Ski & Be Merry ticketed event, which is a candlelit ski from bonfire to bonfire with snacks, desserts, and beverages along the way.
Saturday, February 26, 2022
Frisco Nordic Center
616 Recreation Way
Frisco, CO 80443
About the Exhibit
MakeFrisco is returning to the Frisco Nordic Center with this community art project, where this exhibit was first launched in February 2020. This outdoor exhibit will include a frozen “living room” with ice seating and tables and the work of community artists who will express their own singular take on ice as a medium. The exhibit will remain as long as weather conditions allow.
MakeFrisco is a collection of artists, craftsmen, and art-minded community members, that includes painters, a photographer, a milliner, a coffee roaster, a landscape architect, musicians, a guitar maker, a carpenter, sculptors, and illustrators — all based in Frisco. This group has a mission of bringing the community together around art, specifically by implementing three concepts that support this intention: community art projects, art and exhibit spaces, and commissioned art.