We're hosting a free workshop on March 8! Bring your friends and introduce them to our classy (pun intended) community.
Spring ahead to summer! Applications for the Young Writers Summer Camp are due on March 15.
Saturday, December 14, 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
@Lighthouse, 1515 Race Street
Space is limited. Complete this application to attend or call 720-635-1833.
WHAT WILL WE BE DOING?: Through dialogue, writing, and a Story Circle process, you will have an opportunity to share one of your stories of taking action for civil and human rights, or the impact of that legacy on your life. During the Storied Session you will create a short written text of your story, an audio version of your story, and add a photo that you bring (or piece of art you create) for the final piece that will be uploaded to the All Together Now mosaic on www.Cowbird.com, showcasing the whole body of work. The end result will potentially be hundreds of stories sharing and enlivening our collective legacy of civil and human rights. More details here.
Exhibition Dates: October 11 to November 22, 2013
Ekphrasis (\ˈek-frə-səs\ from Greek, literally, description) has enjoyed a long relationship with visual art that has developed into a contemporary art form of its own. Ekphrastic works of poetry and prose do more than just describe, but converse with visual artwork in a way that explores and expands the relationship of words and images. This exhibition celebrates the rewarding interplay of visual and literary art as selected artists and writers collaborate.