The notorious Sand Creek massacre in Kiowa County, and Colorado's ensuing struggle to reappropriate its memory and legacy, is a blight on the state's history. University of California (Davis) historian Ari Kelman presents his book, A Misplaced Massacre: Struggling over the Memory of Sand Creek, and discusses the massacre, how it has affected the Centennial State, and how Colo
Explore the medieval sketching technique used by Leonardo da Vinci and Albrecht Durer with this demonstration by master artist Tom Mazzullo. Accomplished by dragging a silver rod or wire across a primed surface to achieve a subtle drawing, silverpoint is enjoying a revival after centuries of displacement by graphite.
Get your extreme sports-fix from this athlete-speaker. Known throughout the climbing and extreme-sports world for his climbing feats, free-soloist rock climber Alex Honnold will discuss how he gets his adrenaline rush—from climbing sheer, sky-high monoliths without ropes. Thu 6 p.m.
Do you wish your everyday photos would turn out a little more than mundane? Everyone has an iPhone, now learn to lock the artistic potential in yours. This class will teach you to maximize the potential of your phone ‘s and introduce you to the best apps for the job. You will learn how to create both abstract photos with effects and clear portraits. Sat-Sun 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Get a jump start on your New Years resolution with this intense dance class. Designed to work the non-dominant side of your brain through dance and exercise, this introductory ballet and pole-dancing class will give both your brain and body a boost. Sat 11 a.m.
This guitar building and woodworking class will keep your hands and mind busy. Master craftsman Edward Victor Dick teaches both beginners and more advanced students the basics of woodworking. Starting with the raw materials, you will carve the neck, inlay rosettes, and assemble your own steel-string guitar. Wed 6-9 p.m.
Why buy mass-produced clothes when you can make your own? This workshop teaches the basics of screenprinting. Find patterns from the lounge library or bring your own artwork to create your screens. Bring T-shirts, hoodies, or any items made from flat fabric to print on and leave with up to eight uniquely printed items. Tues 5:30-7:30 p.m.
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