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March 2021

Inspiration of Geometry: Drawing a Rose Window.

March 13, 2021 - March 20, 2021

In this unique class, a rose window design from Chartres Cathedral in France will be drawn using only a compass and a ruler. Two Saturday classes via Zoom from 1PM to 4PM thru Colorado Free University. See their website for more information. The rose window design is based on the thirty-four uppermost rose windows in the nave, transepts and ambulatory sections of Chartres Cathedral in France that was built mostly between 1194 and 1220. The construction begins with a circle,…

Categories: Arts and Culture, Lectures and Classes
Website: www.freeuregistration.com/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=1960D,

Talia Carner – “The Third Daughter: A Novel”

March 18, 2021

Join JAAMM as we welcome award-winning author Talia Carner (“Jerusalem Maiden”) to discuss her latest novel, “The Third Daughter,” about the little-known history of sex trafficking of young Jewish women between Eastern Europe and Argentina. Event Time: 7:00p.m. – 8:00p.m. Ticket Price: $12.00 *Virtual Event

Categories: Lectures and Classes
Website: watch.eventive.org/jaamm/play/5f6b934e6a90bd0076de140d,

April 2021

Denver Center for the Performing Arts Acting Classes for Adults

April 5, 2021 - May 31, 2021

Whether you want to give acting a try, need to polish your performance, or nail an audition, let our experts sharpen your acting chops with short-term and multi-week classes. Spring session begins April 5. No experience required.

Categories: Lectures and Classes, Performance and Theatre
Website: www.denvercenter.org/education/adult-acting-classes/,

Denver Center for the Performing Arts Voice Over Classes for Adults

April 5, 2021 - May 31, 2021

Don’t get tongue tied! Whether you want to be the voice of a commercial or need to make an effective presentation, polish your skills with the DCPA. Our voice over classes for adults take your delivery from good to great. Spring session begins April 5. Single day and multi-week classes available. No experience required!

Categories: Lectures and Classes, Performance and Theatre
Website: www.denvercenter.org/education/adult-acting-classes/,

Denver Center for the Performing Arts Public Speaking Coaching for Adults

April 5, 2021 - May 31, 2021

Need to add a little polish to your Zoom call? Hone your public speaking with our customized, personal coaching. Refine your presentation and deliver in confidence whether from the boardroom or your home. Private coaching available year-round.

Categories: Lectures and Classes, Performance and Theatre
Website: www.denvercenter.org/education/private-coaching/,

Sand Creek Regional Greenway Partnership Native Plant and Pollinator Virtual Workshop

April 27, 2021

Without the help of pollinators, our lives would be fruitless…literally! Join us April 27th, 2021 form 6pm to 7pm, for week one of our four week virtual workshop where you will learn how to be a champion for native plants and pollinators. In week one, Amy Yarger of the Butterfly Pavilion, will give pointers on how to identify the many insects that pollinate flowering plants, their ecological interactions with plants, and how to create healthy pollinator habitat in your own…

Categories: Lectures and Classes, Nature and Outdoors
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Your Life, Your Story An interactive workshop on storytelling and resilience led by author Sarah Elkins

April 28, 2021

Untangle unhelpful stories with Author Sarah Elkins, author of Your Stories Don’t Define You. How You Tell Them Will: Storytelling to Connect, Persuade, and Entertain. Join us for this one-hour interactive workshop on April 28, 7:00- 8:00 p.m. KGNU presents a one-hour interactive workshop via zoom, led by Sarah Elkins, author of Your Stories Don’t Define You. How You Tell Them Will: Storytelling to Connect, Persuade, and Entertain, to learn how to tell your story and journey navigating the pandemic…

Categories: Charity Event, Lectures and Classes
Website: www.kgnu.org,

May 2021

Amy Fish – “I Wanted Fries With That: How to Ask For What You Want and Get What You Need”

May 20, 2021

Join JAAMM as we welcome author Amy Fish to discuss her humorous self-help book, “I Wanted Fries With That: How to Ask For What You Want and Get What You Need.” Time: 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Ticket Price: $12.00 *Virtual Event

Categories: Lectures and Classes
Website: watch.eventive.org/jaamm/play/5f6cc05b73c85c3492b112bf,

September 2021

Origami

September 7, 2021

Sip and Fold. A Sake and Origami Extravaganza! Learn to fold origami dinosaurs on the Sept 7th class with a little help of a pro! All materials to make origami are included with ticket price for the instructional. Seats are limited though so this is a ticketed event! Sake available for purchase at the bar as well as sushi and other japanese cusine. This event will run from 6:30pm to 7:30pm

Categories: Arts and Culture, Lectures and Classes
Website: www.eventvesta.com/events/8245,

Insights & InPerson ~ Connections

September 14, 2021

Join Gregorio Ramon Alcaro for a virtual tour of Casa Mayan at Auraria to celebrate Auraria, the once thriving neighborhood. Join Gregorio Ramon Alcaro for a virtual tour of Casa Mayan at Auraria to celebrate Auraria, the once thriving neighborhood. Auraria was home to the largest community of Hispano and Mexican Americans in Denver. However, in 1967 the city of Denver voted into law the Urban Skyline Renewal Project which proposed Auraria as the site of a new college campus…

Categories: Lectures and Classes
Website: www.historycolorado.org/node/56634#event=insights-inperson-connections-a-virtual-tour-of-casa-mayan-at-auraria-with-gregorio-ramon-alcaro;instance=20210914120000,

DCPA Education Acting Classes – Fall

September 20, 2021 - December 1, 2021

From acting and improv to Broadway choreography and audition techniques, our classes encourage students of all ages to build confidence, creativity and collaboration — valuable skills for lifelong success. No experience necessary. For anyone who wants to be on the stage, the screen or anywhere in between, DCPA Education is the place to be. From acting and improv to Broadway choreography and audition techniques, our classes encourage students of all ages to build confidence, creativity and collaboration — valuable skills…

Categories: Kids Camps and Classes, Lectures and Classes
Website: www.denvercenter.org/education,

October 2021

The Japanese American Experience in Colorado

October 6, 2021

Join University of Denver in hosting a 4-week lecture on Japanese American Experience in Colorado. Join University of Denver in hosting a 4-week lecture on Japanese American Experience in Colorado. Gil Asakawa and Dr. Bonnie Clark will be leading the sessions that follow the lives of Asian descendents from the 1880s through the current day in Colorado. This webinar is part of University of Denver’s Enrichment Program.

Categories: Lectures and Classes
Website: www.historycolorado.org/node/56634#event=the-japanese-american-experience-in-colorado;instance=20211006183000,

InSights & InPerson: Scott Levin discusses Hate, Extremism and Insurrection

October 7, 2021

Scott Levin will explore the rise of hate and extremism in the United States, from antisemitism and Islamophobia to hate directed at Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, people of color, the LGBTQ+, immigrants and other minority communities. Scott Levin will explore the rise of hate and extremism in the United States, from antisemitism and Islamophobia to hate directed at Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, people of color, the LGBTQ+, immigrants and other minority communities. This program will explore the danger…

Categories: Lectures and Classes
Website: www.historycolorado.org/node/56634#event=insights-inpersonconnections-scott-levin-discusses-hate-extremism-and-insurrection;instance=20211007190000,

Bold Women. Change History. Gitanjali Rao

October 11, 2021

Scientist. Inventor. TIME Magazine Kid of the Year. Meet innovator, changemaker, author, and STEM education promoter Gitanjali Rao. At age 15, Gitanjali was named TIME Magazine’s first-ever “Kid of the Year.” Scientist. Inventor. TIME Magazine Kid of the Year. Meet innovator, changemaker, author, and STEM education promoter Gitanjali Rao. At age 15, Gitanjali was named TIME Magazine’s first-ever “Kid of the Year.” Her bold thinking about using technology to help solve global problems has resulted in Tethys, a device that…

Categories: Lectures and Classes
Website: www.historycolorado.org/node/56634#event=bold-women-change-history-gitanjali-rao;instance=20211011190000,

November 2021

Anderman Photography Lecture: Evan Whale

November 9, 2021

Take a deeper look into the work of photographer Evan Whale and his experimental techniques. Photographer Evan Whale utilizes experimental techniques and, at times, combines media to create pictures composed of vibrant colors, bold forms, dynamic lines, and palpable textures. Whether using people, the California landscape, or his own home as inspiration, Whale’s work explores the idea of abstraction in photography and blurs the line between fact and fiction. Evan Whale holds a BA in Photography from Bard College and…

Categories: Lectures and Classes, Museums
Website: www.denverartmuseum.org/en/calendar/anderman-photography-lecture-evan-whale,

Lowry Speaker Series Presents: An Evening With Lisette Clemons

November 11, 2021

The Lowry Speaker Series will welcome Lisette Clemons this Veterans Day. A CO native, teacher, and wife of Dean Clemons, USAF (Retired), Lisette will talk about the Arlington Lady mission and life on Lowry Air Force Base in its final years. As a military wife, Lisette had the pleasure of being with our fine men and women in uniform. She has volunteered with many organizations that support military families, and her greatest honor is being an Arlington Lady. The Arlington…

Categories: Lectures and Classes
Website: lowryfoundation.org/event/lowry-speaker-series-lisette-clemons/,

Class Struggle in the City

November 16, 2021

The character of a city has historically been in line with the kinds of work that happens in it: steel in Pittsburgh, finance in New York, oil in Dallas, and real estate in Denver. The character of a city has historically been in line with the kinds of work that happens in it: steel in Pittsburgh, finance in New York, oil in Dallas, and real estate in Denver. The stories of these metropolises are intertwined with the life of their…

Categories: Lectures and Classes
Website: www.historycolorado.org/node/56634#event=class-struggle-in-the-city;instance=20211116190000,

InSights & InPerson Connections: Explore the Map Collections of the Denver Public Library & History Colorado

November 17, 2021

Join History Colorado’s Curator of Archives Shaun Boyd and Denver Public Library’s Senior Special Collections Librarian Craig Haggit for a lively, fun exploration of their institutions’ map collections. Join History Colorado’s Curator of Archives Shaun Boyd and Denver Public Library’s Senior Special Collections Librarian Craig Haggit for a lively, fun exploration of their institutions’ map collections. Both collections feature thousands of maps covering very similar areas, from the explorer’s trails documented before Colorado became a state, through water and geographical…

Categories: Lectures and Classes
Website: www.historycolorado.org/node/56634#event=insights-inpersonconnections-explore-the-map-collections-of-the-denver-public-library-history-colorado;instance=20211117120000,

January 2022

Bold Women. Change History. Joy Harjo

January 19

United States Poet Laureate. Author. Performer. United States Poet Laureate. Author. Performer Join us for an evening with the United States Poet Laureate, Joy Harjo (Muscogee). As the first Native American to hold the position, Harjo broke barriers and became only the second poet laureate to serve three terms. Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Harjo is an internationally renowned performer and writer of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. She is the author of nine books of poetry, several plays and children’s books,…

Categories: Lectures and Classes
Website: www.historycolorado.org/node/56634#event=bold-women-change-history-joy-harjo;instance=20220119190000,

InSights & InPerson Connections: The Training and Deployment of the 10th Mountain Division in World War II

January 20

Join us with Dr. Chris Juergens, the Anschutz Associate Curator of Military History at History Colorado, as he discusses the training and deployment of the 10th Mountain Division in World War II. Join us with Dr. Chris Juergens, the Anschutz Associate Curator of Military History at History Colorado, as he discusses the training and deployment of the 10th Mountain Division in World War II. While most western armies had a tradition of mountain and ski troops, the US Army needed…

Categories: Lectures and Classes
Website: www.historycolorado.org/node/56634#event=insights-inperson-connections-the-training-and-deployment-of-the-10th-mountain-division-in-world-war-ii;instance=20220120180000,
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