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Wednesday, August 28, 2013
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Friday, August 2, 2013
Friday, July 12, 2013
Skill in doing or making something, as in the arts; proficiency.
a visual art considered to have been created primarily for aesthetic purposes and judged for its beauty and meaningfulness, specifically, painting, sculpture, drawing, watercolor, graphics, and architecture.
The Denver Handmade Alliance is joining forces with the Metropolitan State University of Denver’s Center for Visual Art to bring you the 5th Annual Art by Craft Exhibit and we want you to enter!
The Art by Craft Exhibit is a collection of works that are created with or explore traditional craft techniques and concepts in the form of fine art. We are asking you to explore a craft based medium in the context of fine art, in other worlds elevating a medium traditionally known as craft to the level of fine art. Pieces can be in a variety of mediums, but must directly relate to craft in some way.
The Denver Handmade Alliance and the Center for Visual Art are curating the exhibit with the aim of showcasing the art of local and regional handmade artists.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for an application, or with any questions. Applications must be submitted by August 1st at the latest.
The Denver Handmade Alliance
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Come support the launch of the Denver Fashion Truck! Denver Fashion Truck offers a variety of goods that include local made fashion, small works of art, vintage and modern gifts.
Fashion trucks are and emerging industry first starting in Boston. Denver Fashion Truck is helping to pioneer this industry in Colorado!
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
This workshop is a unique opportunity to get advice from very knowledgeable and successful handmade vendors. A rare chance to inquire into the market application process and learn how to be successful once you’ve been accepted!
Don’t miss this great opportunity!
New to selling at markets and fairs?
Ever wonder why you weren’t accepted to a market?
Thinking about starting to sell at out of state fairs?
Looking to increase profits?
There will be small groups lead by accomplished vendors and a question and answer panel with Kim from Sweet William Market and Dani from the Denver Handmade Homemade Market, along with jurors from other markets as well!
Tomorrow nights workshop is a unique opportunity to get advice from very knowledgeable vendors. A rare chance to inquire into the market application process and learn how to be successful once you’ve been accepted!
The workshop is free to all Denver Handmade Alliance members.
Not a member?
Not a problem!
Join the D.H.A. at the workshop for just $10.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Thursday, April 25, 2013
The “Better Block” project is a community revitalization effort that temporarily demonstrates how to improve
a public space with pedestrian and public infrastructure mixed with art, culture, pop-up businesses and street
life. For one day, the project will install pedestrian improvements, create seating areas, provide landscaping and
street furniture, incorporate art into the public space, provide live music, and more. Better Block aims to create
quick, inexpensive, high-impact changes that lead to permanent solutions for areas in Denver.
Building on the 2012 success of Better Block Jefferson Park, WalkDenver along with community partners is
working on the 2013 Demonstration. The target area for this project is 24th Street between California and
Welton Streets and Sonny Lawson Park in the historic African American community of Five Points in Denver.
While designated as a Pedestrian Corridor in the North East Downtown Area Plan, 24th Street and adjacent
historical Sonny Lawson Park have been neglected and present conditions are substandard and unsafe. Better
Block project will aim at low-cost improvements to the quality of the built environment that will result in an
inviting and vibrant public space essential to the social and economic health of the community. Many of the
improvements introduced during the event will become permanent amenities in the park.
The event program includes life music, ballet performance, gardening demonstrations, story time, walking tours,
bike rides, food trucks, tennis, yoga, dance walking, youth marketplace and much more!
To view the video of 2012 Better Block go to:
WHO: WalkDenver along with Denver Arts and Venues, Volunteers of America Colorado Chapter, Kentwood
Properties, Additional Postage Required and community partners.
WHEN: May 11th, 2013 (10AM – 5PM)
WHERE: 24th Street between California and Welton Streets and Sonny Lawson Park in the historic Five Points in
WEB – http://betterblockfivepoints.com/
Thursday, April 25, 2013
Spring Horseshoe Market
Saturday, May 11th, 9 am-4 pm
4345 W. 46th Ave, in the parking lot behind Olinger Moore Chapel, Free admission.
An outdoor market featuring over 115 Colorado artists, crafters and vintage collectors–food trucks, interactive crafting and more! Rain, snow or shine.
For more information go to http://www.horseshoemarket.com