Showing posts from March, 2013

OY!Improv Spontaneous Creativity for Teens April 14

Just in from B'nai Havurah Colorado Reconstructionist Federation Denver, CO… OY!Improv helps teens discover their inner creativity in a unique, interactive two-hour workshop. Join in the experiences of improv (improvisational theater) and creative dramatics techniques, games, and exercises blending spontaneity with Jewish spice. Explore and interpret our Jewish spirit in a fun, compelling, and engaging session, based on improvisational scenarios. OY!Improv is directed and produced by Cherie Karo Schwartz and Pam Roth O'Mara.

Cherie Karo Schwartz is a storyteller, author and teacher (BA in Literature and an MA in Developmental Theatre). Using storytelling and improvisation in her performances, workshops, and residencies, she has shared stories and creativity with thousands of people of all ages for four decades across the USA and abroad, including Israel, Canada, and Turkey, working in Jewish and other sacred and  secular settings. She is the author of three books (includin…

SoHa CO Preview Sat, Mar 30 – Wed, Apr 3

Highlightsof arts and cultural events in and about SoHa Colorado from Tuesday, Mar 12 through Saturday, Mar 16 2013. Alwayscheck for updates and details on the SoHa Calendar listed on the navigation bar, below the SoHa Happenings in Colorado®Journal title. 

Sat Mar 30, 2013
Self-Guided Walking Art Tour @ Museum of Outdoor Arts
DEADLINE Mar 31: Call for Artists @ Tri-Lakes Views
Contemporary Traditions: Botanic Art and Illustration @ PACE Center
Tattered Cover Storytimes @ Highlands Ranch
Denver Beginner ScreenWriters @ Highlands Ranch Tattered Cover Bookstore

Sun Mar 31, 2013 - Happy Easter & Happy Passover!!
Self-Guided Walking Art Tour @ Museum of Outdoor Arts
DEADLINE Mar 31: Call for Artists @ Tri-Lakes Views
Contemporary Traditions: Botanic Art and Illustration @ PACE Center

Mon Apr 1, 2013
Self-Guided Walking Art Tour @ Museum of Outdoor Arts
Contemporary Traditions: Botanic Art and Illustration @ PACE Center
Family Story Time @ Castle Pines Library
ACC String Orchestra @ ACC Community Ed…

DEADLINE Mar 31 | Tri-Lakes Views Call for Entries

DEADLINE Mar 31 | Tri-Lakes Views Call for Entries… Entries accepted January-March each year. Call for Entries: Tri-Lakes Views announces a Call for Entries for its annual outdoor public art exhibit entitled ARTSites. ARTSites is a year long outdoor sculpture on-loan exhibit displayed in the Tri-Lakes area of Colorado. Tri-Lakes is the region north of Colorado Springs encompassing the municipalities of Monument and Palmer Lake as well as unincorporated northern El Paso County and is home to over 50,000 people. The juried exhibit will be installed in June and be on display for one year. Artists selected for the exhibit will receive a $300 honorarium.
Artists should submit digital images on a CD of all entries. Written material accompanying the images should include: name, address, city, state, zip, phone # and e-mail along with a website, if appropriate. Give the name of each piece submitted, material, size,and value. Pieces must range between 3ft and 8 ft tall and be suitable for out…

Rescheduled: Southern Suburb Writers Workshop | Sat, Apr 6

From the Southern Suburb Writers Workshop… Do you like writing? Do you have aspirations of getting published if only you could get that novel finished? Do you want feedback and helpful critiques on your story? Well this is the group for you! Join a dedicated group of writers every other Saturday at Panera Bread to read and workshop that fat stack of papers you call your baby!
When: Sat, April 6, 2013 @ 2:00p - 4:00p | originally scheduled for Sat, Mar 30
Where: Panera -  9233 Park Meadows Drive, Lone Tree, CO | We'll be in the Panera atrium. I'll have a Meetup sign.
Good to Know: We'll be workshopping pieces by Sharon and Ron. Please bring with you a pen and a print out of the writing exercise below to read to the group.
Writing Exercise: Write a scene in 1,000 words or less for a story that takes place at Easter Brunch at the dinner table or in the kitchen during preparations for the meal with two characters who are are angry at each other but not addressing their conflict …

Try Improv for an Evening | 2-Hour Workshop April 19

You’ve been talking about “trying it” – improv acting that is. Here’s your chance – a two-hour workshop at the South Suburban P&R Lone Tree Rec Center. Grab a friend and join us for the some improvised fun. Pam Roth O'Mara,  performer, director of OY!Improv, and author of Suggestion Please: Denver’s Secret Improv Culture, is your coach for the evening.
When: Fri, April 19 @ 7 – 9p
Where: Lone Tree Recreation Center, 10249 Ridgegate Circle, Lone Tree, CO 80124
Cost: $18/district; $20 non-district
Good to Know: Registration required; no experience necessary.
Registration code & workshop title: 460804 | Friday Night Date Night Art Series: Improv Acting
Call to sign-up: 303.483.7065.
Questions? Iris @ 303-708-3513 |

Come with a friend or a group and get to know other adults. Dress in comfortable clothing; meet new people or bring the special someone in your life to this unique, artistic experience. All materials included.

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Sheridan Rec Center Hosts Art Show

South Suburban’s Sheridan Recreation Center is hosting the Sheridan Middle School Art Show, featuring artwork from selected Sheridan middle school students. When: 3/21 – 4/12Where: Sheridan Recreation Center, 3325 W Oxford Ave, Denver, CO 80236 Good to Know: Sheridan’s Creativity Lab is open to art show attendees for free during the art show.Questions?| 303-761-2241Visit the Partners that make SoHa Happenings in Colorado® Journal possible. Say, "I saw you on...SoHa Happenings in Colorado®Journal"

Lone Tree Arts Center Announces 2013-14 Season

From the Lone Tree Arts Center: “One of the common themes [that our audience enjoys]:  American musicals with great scores were at the top of each list. As a result, LTAC will be presenting South Pacific in Concert (a dynamic way to focus on the music and artistry of the singers) and a full production of Big River, a sweeping and familiar musical based on Mark Twain’s Huck Finn. After last year’s Home for the Holidays success, LTAC team members were flooded with requests to bring this Lone Tree original show back. This year, in conjunction with Starkey Theatrix, LTAC will revive the show, with director Paul Dwyer joining the artistic team. While the framework for the show will remain the same and some of the most popular performers will once again be featured, Home for the Holidays 2013 will also include new acts and performers to keep the show fresh. Other theatrical productions will include the Colorado premiere of Handsome Little Devils’ Squirm Burpee: a Vaudevillian Melodrama, as…