Showing posts from August, 2011

Art in the Park Winners Announced

Please join us in congratulating Parker Art in the Park Winners : Best of Show: Yelena Sidorova - painting (2D) Best Body of Work: Susan Kelly - stain ed glass 3D: 1st - Lee Thormahlen, 2nd - Susan Engel, 3rd - James Healy 2D: 1st - Kathy Sheeter, 2nd - Pam Nicholson, 3rd - Gerd Anton Photography: 1st - Bert Fukuda, 2nd - Steve Schwartz, 3rd - Ronald Beller      Questions ? Parker Artists Guild [ ]   You learned about this artistic milestone here! SoHa Happenings in Colorado eZine, of course!

SoHa Person of Interest :: Lisa Hardman, Contributing Editor

Welcome Lisa Hardman, a new member of the SoHa Happenings Internship Program . She's covering arts and culture in and about SoHa - of course! - interviewing SoHa artists and performers. And, boy does Lisa know SoHa! A recent graduate of the Arapahoe Community College Creative Writing program, she’s lived in Highlands Ranch for 16 years. When asked about her creative endeavors, she said, “I’ve been published online with Literary Mama and wrote a series of articles detailing my adventures as a nontraditional college student for Fastweb, a scholarship search engine.” Two of her essays have been published in motherhood anthologies, and she’s a prose editor for a women’s literary magazine. My gosh, Lisa, you are multifaceted – an author, poet, musician, collage artist, and you enjoy attending cultural arts events throughout the state. “I’m looking forward to covering the arts and culture region that is SoHa,” she added.   Your saw her where? SoHa Happenings in Colorado eZine, of co

SoHa Author's Book Details Denver Improv Scene

SoHa author, Pam O'Mara is working feverishly to meet the Fall publication date for her book, Suggestion Please: Denver's Secret Improv Culture.   The book, which focuses on Denver’s unique improv community, is based on dozens of interviews with improvisers, audience members, producers, instructors, coaches, students, and people who just really like improv theater.  When asked about her approach to the book, she said, “I’m letting the story unfold -- just like an improv scene should and hopefully does.” Pam fell in love with and became addicted to improv the first time she tried it. “I started doing improv in 1971 when I was 16. There’s no getting it out of my system.” What you should know: (An IOU for) a copy of the book is a silent auction item at the Avenue Theater’s Fundraiser  on Fri 8/26. Ms. O’Mara will be talking about her book at the Mizel Arts and Culture Center ’s JAAMM Festival in late October. The book is dedicated to the person who t