Creative Minds…it’s an ART thing!
Cameron Burns, Partner/Vice President of Watermark Advertising will be presenting “Market with a magnet NOT a sledgehammer”. He will be speaking about what inbound marketing is and how important it is to engage, attract and delight your potential clients. Marketing is more than ads and billboards…it’s about the journey.
Open to the public.
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as the featured non-profit at
Thursday-Saturday | August 15-17th | 6:30-8:30pm | Conservatory Green
The Phantom Tollbooth is the story of a bored young boy named Milo who unexpectedly receives a magic tollbooth that transports him to the Kingdom of Wisdom, once a prosperous but now troubled place because two kings are fighting over which is more important — math or literacy. Milo acquires two faithful companions and goes on a quest to find the two exiled princesses, Rhyme and Reason, so that he can restore balance to the kingdom. In the process, he learns valuable lessons and finds a love of learning.
We will also have food trucks available at this free event!
Food Trucks Available:
Em's Ice Cream
Hapa Hawaiian Shave Ice
Amazing Tasty Eats
Hot Brat Philly Eats
Joyce Neilson is the featured artist at Peak to Peak, 9735 E. Colfax, Denver, CO for the month of July.
Joyce Nielsen is a relatively new member of Stapleton Artists. She lives in Park Hill, is a retired sociology professor who has become a full-time artist. Current exhibits include: A Contemporary Collage Show at Health Sciences Library Gallery, CU’s Anschutz campus, through September 2019; Jazz Squares, Mask series, and Recovered Writings series on display at Prism Workspaces, 999 Vallejo, Denver; some work at Elements in Larimer Square; Bank of the West, Aurora; and Park Hill Hub, Colfax & Ivanhoe. Her work is mostly abstract and mixed media, with emphasis on texture via collage, lines and mark-making.
Artist reception: July 25th from 4:00-6:00
Creative Minds…it’s an ART thing
will feature a presentation, “101 Things to do with Acrylics” by member, Lelija Roy. It will be at the MCA Cube, 8371 Northfield Blvd, Suite C, Sunday, July 21st at 2:00 pm. This event is open to the public.
Victoria Kwasinski will be back to talk about “what jurors look for” at the Cube MCA, 8371 E Northfield Blvd, Denver, CO 80238. Open to the public.
Stapleton Artists Members only are invited to a demonstration on “How to Successfully Photograph Your Work” at Katy Tartakoff’s Photography studio, 8246 Northfield Blvd #2520, Denver, CO 80238.
– APRIL 30th – Tuesday. High res (300 dpi) image and artist statement of 70
words or less (written in the first person) for booklet. For returning artists - let Lin know if you
would like to use last year’s artist statement. Remember to title your images with: SOS Your
initials _ underscore and then the title of your image. Example: Lin’s image called Patience
would look like this. SOSLC_Patience
Email to Lin at TourCoordinator@StapletonArtists.org
Open Studios artists notified of acceptance into show.
On Wednesday, March 6th at 7pm, The Cube will host Mike Holtby as he presents: Storytelling through Photography. Holtby will have just returned from an assignment with the Jimmy Nelson Foundation, photographing the Hadzabe trip in Tanzania; one of the last hunter-gatherers whose population numbers just a few thousand. He will also show photos and video clips of his experience with the initiation of young men into the crocodile culture in Papua New Guinea. Holtby has traveled to forty-two countries and has focused his photography on indigenous cultures and wildlife.