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Meeting Packet - Boulder Arts Commission - 04/21/2004 BOULDER ARTS COMMISSION AGENDA April 21, 2004 5:30 p.m. Boulder Public Library CALL TO ORDER APPROVAL OF MINUTES DISCUSSION ITEMS Swear in Commissioner John Decker Election of Officers Approval of final report for Colorado Mahlerfest Arts Liaison Work Program MINI-GRANTS Miriam Paisner (Video) Boulder Cuba Sister Cities Organization Interweave Dance Theater (Video) Kathleen Spencer Johns (Slides) %--Women's Wilderness Institute Charles Mortimer Julie Wolfrum Cha Cha Friends of the Colorado Music Festival Bent Lens Cinema Lyric Ensemble (CD) Jessica Gonacha (Color prints) Ford Hofferberth (Script) Boulder Public Library Children's Program Sharon Lange (Audio Cassette) Vhim Raj Kumar Rai ADJOURNMENT CITY OF BOULDER, COLORADO BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS MEETING SUMMARY FORM NAME OF BOARD/COMMISSION: Boulder Arts Commission *DATE OF MEETING: 4/21104 NAME/TELEPHONE OF PERSON PREPARING SUMMARY: Donna Gartenmann, x4113 NAMES OF MEMBERS, STAFF AND INVITED GUESTS PRESENT: Commissioners: Patti Bruck, John Decker, Michael Smith, Ginger Zukowski Staff: Liz Abbott, Donna Gartenmann, Tina Walker Guests: Cha Cha, Jit Gurung, Kimberlee Hand, Kate Hennessey, Ford Hofferberth, Madeline Holland, Mary Jane Holland, Sharon Lange, Daniel Morimoto, Melanie Newton, Miriam Paisner, Vhim Rai, Erin Rooney, Kathleen Spencer Johns, Alexis Vitale, Alison Yoder WHAT TYPE OF MEETING CIRCLE ONE X REGULAR SPECIAL QUASI-JUDICIAL ; OUTLINE OF AGENDA (USE ONE ADDITIONAL PAGE IF NECESSARY): WHAT WAS DISCUSSED, TABLED; WHAT ACTION WAS TAKEN; PROVIDE VOTE TALLY OF ANY VOTES TAKEN: Approval of Minutes: Unanimously approved as received Swear in Commissioner John Decker Election of Officers: Patti Bruck, Chair and Ginger Zukowski, Vice-Chair Approval of Final Reports: Colorado Mahlerfest and Christian Marcus Lyons - unanimously approved. Mini-Grant (Attendance is required) Miriam Paisner: Awarded $600.00 for Hula concert at the Dairy Center for the Arts - 3 to 1, Decker voting against Boulder Cuba Sister Cities: $590.00 for Cuban children's art exchange - Unanimous interweave Dance Theater: $600.00 for dance performance at Irey Theater - Unanimous Kathleen Spencer Johns: $600.00 for "Face to Face", a visual art exhibit at UMC Gallery - Unanimous Women's Wilderness Institute: Proposal did not include letter of intent from a venue. Failed for lack of motion. Charles Mortimer: No one in attendance. No action taken. Julie Wolfram: Failed for lack of motion. Cha Cha: $600.00 for Eccentric Garden Tour and Exhibit - Unanimous Friends of the Colorado Music Festival: $600.00 for Young People's Concert - Smith abstained Ben Lens Cinema: No one in attendance. No action taken. Lyric Ensemble: $600 for "Distinctly Dvorak" concert - Unanimous Jessica Gonacha: No one in attendance. No action taken. Ford Hofferberth: Film project. Vote was 2-2. Motion failed. Boulder Public Library Children's Program: "The Great Art Caper" summer reading and arts education program - Unanimous Sharon Lange: Failed for lack of a motion Vhim Raj Kumar Rai: $600.00 for Nepalese Festival on the Pearl Street Mall, May 8 - Unanimous. Adjournment: 8:45 .m. ATTACH BRIEF DETAILS OF ANY PUBLIC COMMENTS LIMIT TO ONE PAGE : TIME AND LOCATION OF ANY FUTURE MEETINGS, COMMITTEES OR SPECIAL HEARINGS: May 19, 2004, 5:30 p.m. Main Library, Boulder Creek Meeting Room .,THIS FORM MUST BE SUBMITTED WITHIN FIVE DAYS FOLLOWING THE MEETING. SEND TO: CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE FOR WEEKLY INFORMATION PACKET April Projects In an effort to keep Commissioners informed of the arts related issues I am working on, I have put together a list of April's schedule. Boulder Arts Showcase: Boulder Creek Festival - May 29, 30, 31. 9th and Canyon Civic space: Staff representative on committee to select qualified organizations to build on the civic space site. Convention and Visitors Bureau (monthly): City arts representative. Subcommittee member working on the creation of a Tourism Master Plan. City Liaison responsible for negotiating the annual CVB contract. Dairy Center for the Arts (monthly): City representative to the Dairy Board. Member of the executive committee. Secretary to the Board for 2004-2005. Completion of Broadway underpass public art: Working to get PR on the new plaza seating area. The artists will be working on site. Children's Library summer reading program: Working with Library staff on arts projects related to the reading program. Packaging Meetings: Meeting with businesses, arts organizations and the Convention and Visitors Bureau to put create packages for Boulder visitors. CU Art Gallery (monthly): City representative on the CU Art Gallery board. Soundtrack Space: Working with BVSD art teachers to exhibit student art work in the civic space in the back of the Soundtrack building across from the Dairy. Sister City Sculpture Project: Continue working with the Sister City Alliance and the University to design a sister city sculpture. Funded by the BAC. Sinton Park: Working with Parks staff to look at redesigning the park adjacent to the Dairy. Leadership Boulder: Organized and hosted Arts Day for the Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Boulder. (Received RAVE reviews?) Millennium Hotel New Year's Eve Arts fundraiser: Collaborating with the Millennium Hotel and Boulder County Arts Alliance to put together a gala New Year's Eve event to kick off a fundraising campaign for the arts. Corporate Arts Trust: Ongoing meetings with members of the arts community to look at the feasibility of an arts trust. Live/`Vork Space for artists: Met with local land owners interested in building affordable live/work space with Boulder artists. Boulder Magazine: Interviewed for the upcoming edition. The article will focus on the BAC economic study. Cultural Master Plan: Met with a consultant to review the current draft. Consultant will revise and assist with design. Theater Meeting: Met with Don Berlin and other theater members to discuss ways to promote the theater community. 28`h Street Banners: Review Communication Arts designs for 28`h Street banners, a collaboration with the Convention and Visitors Bureau Boulder Public Library Staff meeting: Presentation to Library staff informing colleagues on the role of the BAC, Dance Bridge and Boulder Arts Resource. Conference Center: City/arts representative on a task force focusing on a Boulder conference center. Dairy Center renovations: Working with Mollie Fager, Dairy Director and the City Manager on adding a second story to the Dairy. The Shopping Center formerly known as Crossroads sculpture project: The sculptures displayed in Crossroads are being given to the City for an indefinite period of time. I am working with the Parks Department to find a location to install the pieces. The tentative site for placement would be along the walkway between the Library and Municipal Building. Copyright © 2004 The New York Times FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 2004 Tessa Victoria in "StrangeLands." DANCE REVIEW Experimenting With Exercises i In Ballet Idioms Of the Future' By JENNIFER DUNNING Ballet Builders was founded to identify promising choreographers and to give them a chance to work. Two of the seven choreographers who presented pieces in a program w , - on Saturday night at Florence Gould "43f Hall went further, experimenting t with the vocabulary itself and with partnering. matched partners in "Enveloped," a An excerpt from Robert Sher- duet for a child of the earth and a Machherndt's " Strangel-ands," set piquant ballerina who seemed to to music by Arvo Part, was per- have lost her way but found her man, formed with a haunting solo in which at least for the moment. Ms. Lohse, a taut, stretched ballet body crum- who teaches at Ballet Tech, choreo- pled frequently and without warning graphed the duet, which was set to in between bursts of determined music by Radiohead. Peter Snow race-walking. Tessa Victoria was brought a quiet grace to Tracy Kyle funny and poignant in a crisp yet Present's "They still live on an intensely emotional performance full extremely simple elegiac solo of of quick shifts of dynamics. Mr. Sher- mourning set to music by Karl Jen- i Machherndl, a former principal kins. Salim Gauwloos, a Broadway I dancer with the Dutch National Bal- dancer and music-video choreogra- let and Bavarian State Ballet, is a pher, settled for pretty classicism in choreographer to watch for. his new "Spring," set to music by A man and a woman were insepa- Albinoni and performeb ably by Jan- rable in Davis Robertson's "unequi- elle Abbott and John Byrne. Heidi librium," danced to Bartok string Cruz, who performs with the Penn- music. They often moved as one sylvania Ballet, settled for a jazz- body, but with gestures like a small dance workout in "The Glistening," a push of a flexed foot or the smoothing dance for six that was set to music of a hand on a thigh suggesting that by Jazzanova. there was a good deal more going on And the excerpt from Kathryn Po- than a pas de deux. The performers sin's "Seven Last Words From the were Mr. Robertson, a powerful, Cross," danced to religious music by coolly sensuous former break dancer James MacMillan, was a mystifying- who went on to perform with the ly misguided effort from an experi- Joffrey Ballet, and an amusingly im- enced choreographer. Christina Fa- pudent Valerie Madonia. gundes was an imperturbable Mary Deborah Lohse and Cornelius and Momchil Mladgnov danced her Brown were the enjoyably mis- woebegone son, Jesus. Media Release Contact: Christian Marcus Lyons Author Phone: 303/447-2448 Email: CMarcusLyons@hotmail.com March 22, 2004 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Boulder Author Takes Top Honors In Creative Non-Fiction (Boulder, CO) Boulder author Christian Marcus Lyons won top honors in creative non-fiction this week from Pikes Peak Writers for his work Digging Holes In A Lake: A Sort-Of Memoir. The award, to be given out Saturday, April 24, 2004, at an annual conference in Colorado Springs, is his first major prize. Digging Holes In A Lake tells the story of a young man who struggles against not only his inner demons, but those of his family, as well. In the chilling opening chapter, he writes: "The first thing Ilearned as a child was that my mother wanted me dead. I spent the next twenty-nine years of my life trying to fulfill her wishes. " From a troubled childhood to life on the streets in Boulder, through a deadly fight for his soul against drug and alcohol addiction during which he inadvertently killed his best friend, Digging Holes In A Lake is a harrowing account of self-destruction and a triumphant tale of survival against the worst possible odds. Christian Marcus Lyons teaches creative writing in The Writers' Salon at the Boulder Public Library. He's author of numerous short stories, poems, and essays, and has been published in New Yorker Magazine, The Bark Magazine, and Babel Magazine. His essays appeared in "Pull The Trigger," an essay anthology. His screenplays with award- winning collaborator Karen Albright Lin, are under consideration by Barry Sonnenfeld (Men In Black) and Academy AwardOO -winning writer/director James Cameron (Titanic). Lyons is currently at work on a novel series which takes place in the fictional town of Eternity, Tennessee. Digging Holes In A Lake: A Sort-Of Memoir is his first full-length creative non-fiction work, and was made possible in part by a grant from the Boulder Arts Commission, an agency of the Boulder City Council. Contact the author through his website: http://www.christianmarcuslyons.com T-~ ~-~-8 IT~,T-T 004 The Dance Bridge is proud to present the first Dance Month Celebration in Boulder! For years, the official "National Dancc Week" has been held at the end of April, with events organized to "heighten the awareness of dance and its contributions to our culture." Here in Boulder, we decided to go one, maybe two steps further by celebrating with an entire month of events.Various local dance artists, companies, teachers and schools are offering open classes, rehearsals, lectures, story hours, art exhibits, parades and performances. The events schedule below will help introduce both the novice as well as the experienced dance participant to the many faces of dance in our area.All activities are open to the public, and we invite your participation (no experience necessary). Just check the listings for details or contact Mary Wohl Haan, Dance Bridge Coordinator at 303-441-4391 r or haanm@boulder,lib.co.us. Join in the dance-it's good for mind, body and spirit! Events are listed in chronological order. All events take place in Boulder unless designated. A Reaching for the Light/Carol Cardon , lob BOULDER PUBLIC LIBRARY GALLERY: CELEBRATING DANCE Opens Friday April 2 with reception on Sunday,April 4 from {j 2-4 p.m. Art work, posters and photographs donated by local individuals in the Boulder Community. Free! Open during regular library hours. BOULDER PUBLIC LIBRARY DISPLAY CASE (on the bridge) showcases information and memorabilia from local dance artists, companies and schools. March 19 - May 2. °e! Open during regular library hours. DANCE BRIDGE MEETING: Aqua TangolDvora Kanegis MOVING TOWARDS EXCELLENCE A Choreographers Forum and Video Discussion, Friday,April 2, 12 - 2 p.m., Moulder (.;reek Meeting Room, Moulder Public Library WWW. ci-its-reso u-rce . o-rg oi n ce and repeated on Saturday. April 24, I I a.m. - I p.m. at the MOSAIC MOVEMENT ARTS: Mcadows liranch Library, 4800 Baseline Rd. Using I_iz. Lerman's FACULTY PERFORMANCE MOSAIC. PIECES Critical Response Process book as it guide, we view the video Friday,April 2, 8 p.111.arul Sunday, April 4,2 p.m.; "Full Moon/Aries work of otlier dance artists as we begin to develop langaaage for Dance Party with live music by Heartfire, Saturday, April 3 at 8 giving and receiving feedback on our own creative work. Each of p.m. Mosaic Moveartcnt Arts, 1844 55th St. 303-402-9777, or these introductory sessions acquaints participants with the expressyourself@indr,t.com . proccss. For information, contact Mary VUohl Haan, Coordinator at 303- 11- 091 or haanmdhouldcr.lih, co.us. MULTICULTURAL DANCE WORKSHOPS With Shireen Malik, Middle Fastern Dance (Belly dance). 5auardav, BOULDER BALLET PRESENTS PREMIERES April 3, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. at Community Dance Collective; 2020 B Fcaturing dynamic new works by Artistic Directors Ana Clairs. 21st St.; Barefoot Flamenco, Saturday, April 10 from 11 a.m. - I p.nr. Peter Davison and friends. Opening Night Show and Gala - Friday, at Community Dance Collcetive; Flamenco (with shoes), Saturday, April 2,7 p.m.; Wine, Cheese and Jazz in Dairy lobby immediately April 17, 11 a.m. - I p.m. at Kakes Studios, 21 15 Pearl St.; and following 9:30-11:30 p.m., Dairy Center for the Arts, 2590 Walnut Hawaiian Dance ('Hula), Saturday, April 24,11 a.m.- I p.m. St.Tickets: $50.Additional performances of Premieres on Saturday, Cornniunity Dance Collective. No experience necessary liar any April 3, 7 p.m. and Sunday,April 4, 2 p.m.Tickets: $15. Boulder workshops. Contact shireen@Lisa.net or 303-499-4669. Ballet 11 "An Afternoon of Repertoire" Orr Saturday,April 3, 3 p.m. S 10, Dairy Dance Space. PREMIERES + Boulder Ballct 11 Package BANTABA WORLD DANCE AND S20. Information: 303-449-9291 or ww•w.boul(l(-rartsacademN-.org. MUSIC HOSTS BALADI NIGHT Middle Eastern belly dance performance and open dance party; SPEAKING OF DANCE PRESENTS STAIRCONCERT. Saturday,April 3, 8-1 1 p.m. with live music. S5 at the door, UP AND DOWN, THE PHASES OF THE EARTH proceeds benefit Boulder County Safehouse. Bantaba, 691-B S. Friday,April 2.6 p.m. and 7 p,m. and Silt urday,Apri1 10. 11:45 a.m. Broadway, 303-499-6484 or www.cl:uacingcircle.com. and 12:45 p.m. Original live music by Jesse Manno.Art Students League of Denver, 200 Grant St. in Denver. Free! For information DANCE PARADE 303-722-0902 or Nvvvw spcakingofclance.org. With Carmen Nelson, Shireen Malik. and members of Samba Den De and Friends. Sunday,April 4 bcginning at noon; meet in front of BOULDER PARKS & RECREATION: Arapahoe St. entrance to the library. W01 walk along Boulder DANCE CLASS PERFORMANCES Crcek Path and cross over to the downtown malt. F.vcryone Saturday. April 3, 2 p.m. at the Band Shell, Central Park (Broadway welcome to join in this celebration of Dance Month! Come and Canyon Blvd.). Free. Contact Sylvia lenscn at 303-413-7256 for dressed fora parade. Bain/snow (late on Sunda):,April 11. more information or rain/snow (late. LEMON SPONGE CAKE CONTEMPORARY DANCE CENTER r Offers one free ballet class throughout the month of April for first ti time adult StuclentS to the LSCCB Dance Center, Dairy Center for S the Arts, 2590 Wahrut St.13c annin to achanccd ievcl classes available. Contact 1.SCCBDC at 303-545 2298 or danceClemon spongecake.com. - BANTABA WORLD DANCE AND MUSIC HOSTS AFRO-SALSA NIGHT Featuring live music of Adjci Abankwah and his Afro-pop band Charlie Sounds. Friday, April 9,941:30 p.m. $5 at the door. j~ Location: 691-13 S. Broadway, Boulder, 303-499-6484.AndTango Milonga - Social Tango dancing, Saturdays,Apri1 10 and 24. I lostcd tr. g; h}' Dance of the 1leart, 8:30-9:30 p.m. beginner class $10, followed by dance part}' 9::i0 late, $7. Call 303 -499-6484 for details. u. wwwAincingcircle.com. KIM ROBARDS DANCE: PROFESSIONAL COMPANY OPEN REHEARSAL Friday,April 9 from 5:30-7 p.m. at KRD studio, Galleria, Performing Arts Center (1 ith and (urtis), Denver. 303-825-4847 or krdC«) kintrobardsdance.org for information. BOULDER PUBLIC LIBRARY: DANCE-RELATED Tango Reflections/Dvora Kanegis CHILDREN'S STORY HOUR, Sauarday,April 10 from 10:1 a.m. Children are welcome to come in costume and ready to vviggic.Mso "Discover Dance" Displays, fiction and non-fiction dance related books. Check April Library Calendar for specific weeks at www.boulder.lib.co.us. HELANDER DANCE THEATRE AND SOUND CIRCLE: CELEBRATE SPRING With David Wheeler, shakulacki; one performance only. Saturday, Flock GoddessJCarol Cardon April 10 at 2 p.m. at the Dairy Center for the Arts, Boulder, 2590 Walnut SL-Tickets: $10 adults, $8 children, at Boulder Body Wear i► or at the door. Call 303-473-9438. COLORADO DANCE ALLIANCE Monthly hoard Meeting on Wednesday,April 14, 7 p.m. at Motions, 2060 South University Blvd., Denver. 303-331-2457 for information. CU CONCERTS ARTIST SERIES, t 1 CARTH FAGAN DANCE PRESENTS GRIOT NEW YORK With live music on Thursday, April 1.5 at 7:30 p.m. in Macky Auditorium. Tickets: $15-47, discounts available. 303-492-8008. Pre-concert conversation with David Capps, Professor of Dance at 6:45 p.m in Macky Room 102, CU/Boulder Campus. FREQUENT FLYERS PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS WE SWING, WE SWANG, WE HAVE SWUNG Friday/Saturday.April 16, 17, 23,24 at 8 p.m., and Sunday, April 18 T and 25 at 2 p.m. Dairy Dance Space, 2590 Walnut St.Tickcts: $16 adults, $13 seniors and kids 12 and under. Information: 303-245-8272. CU DANCE CONCERT Thursday and Friday, April 15/16 at 8 p.m., Saturday, April 17 at 2 p.m. Original choreography and performance by CtJ dance majors. Trey `t'heatre, University Theater Building, CTJ/Boulder Campus. Tickets: 303-492-8181. L.sGAS AND MUSIC- MOSAIC DOWNTOWN BOULDER ARTS ACADEMY ARTIST ENCOUNTERS Saturday,April 17, open classes, mini performances. Cali for details With David Korevaar on SaturdayApril 10, at 4 p.m. in the Dairy 303-402-9777. All month at Mosaic Movement Arts Studio, "Bring a Recital Hall, 2590 Walnut St. Tickets: $6.50 Academy Students and Friend to Dance;" you and your friend get discounts on classes all Family; $12 General Admission. 303-449-9291. www.boulder month. 303-402-9777. artsacademy. org. BALLET NOUVEAU COLORADO TAPS ARE TALKING PRESENTS WOMEN IN TAP PRESENTS AT THE SPEED OF DANCE Thursday, Friday, Satu rday, April 8-10 at 8 p.m. and Saturday, April Spring concert of contemporary ballet, Friday/Saturday, April 16 10 at 2 p.m. at the Lakewood Cultural Center, 470 S.Allison Pkwy, and 17,8 p.m., and Sunday,April 18, 2 p.m., at The Lcgacy Theatre, Lakewood, CO.Tickets: $23.50, Box Office: 303-987-7845 or Legacy High School, Broomfield, CO. Tickets: $ 16-18. Call www.woiiienintap.com. 303-466-5685. BLUE MOON DANCE COMPANY: HANNAH KAHN DANCE COMPANY PRESENTS SPRING FOR WARD THAW/NEW DANCES FOR SPRING With work by Ying Chang, Pat Connelly, Yuki Ojika, Julius Reinante Friday/Saturday, April 16 and 17 at 8 p.m., and SundayApriI 18 at and Alison Yoder, and Seth Gustaf:son.Thursday - Saturday, April 8- 3 p. m. at the Cleo Parker Robinson Theatre, 119 Park Avenue West, 10 at 8 p.m. in the Carsen Theatre, Dairy Center for the Arts, 2590 Denver.Tickets: $15 adults, $12 students, children, seniors and Walnut St.Tickcts: $8 at door, $5 advanced. Call 303-443-3262. Colorado Dance Alliance members. For information or reservations, call 303-789-4181. LIVES LIVED IN DANCE: AMERICAN HERITAGE DANCE/CALICO Fr SOOTS PATHWAYS With Jim Barnett. Free dance/fihn interview series honoring the labyrinth on Sunday, April 18, 12 noon, on the Library lawn, north legacies of our dance mentors. Friday,April 9, 7 p.m. in the of the Peace Garden on Boulder Creek. 45-minute performance Charlotte York IreyTheater,Theatre/Dance Bldg. CiJ/Boulder followed by 15-minute audience participation, walking the mpus. Hosted by.1int LaVita and presented by Third Law Dance labyrinth. Sponsored by NatureMoves and Ritual Garden Theatre. Information and updates: 303-938-8656 or www.third Collective. Contact Melinda Harrison at 303-442-3026. Rain/snow law.org. date is Sunday, March 25. FREE BODY MOVES DANCE FITNESS CLASS Taught by Emily Wadhams,ThUrsday, April 22, 12-1:15 p.m. Pearl Street Studio, 2136 Pearl St. for information 303-442-7962. LEMON SPONGE CAKE CONTEMPORARY BALLET Friday/Saturday, April 30 and May 1, May 7 and 8 at 8 p.m. and Friday,April 23 offers a free adult ballet class 9:30-1 la.m. followed Sunday, May 2 at 2 p.m. Dairy Dance Space, 2590 Walnut St. Call by an open rehearsal 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Solo performed at the 303-938-8656 for information or log on to www.thirdlaw.org BalletBuilder Showcase in NY plus works-in-progress are performed. i.SCCB Dance Center, Dairy Center for the Arts, KIM ROBARDS DANCE PRESENTS SURGE 2590 Walnut St. For information contact LSCCB at 303-545-2298 Spring Season Performances on Friday/Saturday,April 30 and M,1v or dance(Olcmonspongecakc.com. 1 at 8 p.m., Paramount Theater, 1621 Clenarnn, Denver.Ticket; ) -30. For tickets and information, contact Kim Robards Dance at BANTABA WORLD DANCE AND MUSIC 303-825-4847 or krd@kimrobar(lsdance.org, HOSTS A DEEJAYED SALSA NIGHT Open deejayed (lance party, Friday, April 23, from 9-11:30 p.m. COMMUNITY DANCE PROJECT k:vcryone welcome $5 at the door. Sam's 7 p.m. salsa class gets Led by Don Atwood, Saturday, May 1, 10:30 a.m. - 12 noon at the into party free. Bantaba, 691 S. Broadway, 303-499-6484. Peace Park scar the library. Brown bag lunch afterwards. Also, directed improvisations with Mary Wohl IIaan at noon along KIM OLSON/SWEET EDGE walkway near Canyon Blvd. entrance to library. For information, PRESENTS MOVEMENT INTENSIVE contact Don at dancanova@ aol.com or Mary at 303.441-4391. Saturday and Sunday,April 24 and 25 at Mosaic Movement Arts (1844 55th St). Modern technique, Pilates, massage and yoga. For THE SPANISH MUSE details and to reserve a space call 720-530-6704 or kim@swect A multi-media performance event (visual art; music, flamenco edge.ord. dance) based on the poetry of Federico Garcia Lorca on Saturday, May 1 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, May 2, 2 p.m. at Silver Creek High OPERA COLORADO: School in Longmont. Produced by Rhythm Muse Records and THE BARBER OF SEVILLE Flamenco Colorado. Tickets are $8-12; to order call: 303-682-5000. Stage direction and choreography by Doug Varone, Saturday,April 24;Tuesday,April 27; and Friday,April 30 at 7:30 p.m., also Sunday, BAST PRODUCTIONS LTD. May 2, at 2 p.m. Boettcher IIall, 14th St. and Curtis in Denver. PRESENTS AMAYA OF NEW MEXICO 't'ickets through Denver Center Ticket Services, 303-893-4100. Teaching ZatnbrtWorkshops - Barefoot Flamenco and Middle Eastern Dance classes. Saturday, May 1, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. and CITIZEN OF THE EARTH 2:30-4:30 p.m., and Sunday, May 2 from 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. and 2-4 An Art as Action production presented by Red Penguin Records, p.m. at`1'he Core Movement Studio, 1844 55th St., Boulder. Saturday, April 24 at 8 p.m., Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Theatre, Workshops $50 each, discounts for multiple sessions. Contact 119 Park Avenue West, Denver. Collaborative arts performance Maria Mazzaferro at 303-817-8250. Special Concert on Sunday, featuring original works in dance, music, film, circus art, poetry May 2 at 7 p.m. at the D.L. Parsons Theatre in Northglcnn, CO. and visual art from local and national artists working together to Tickets $13 in advance, $15 at the door. 303-817-8250. create social change. Tickets: $12 in advance, $15 at door, available at Boulder and Longmont Brewing Market locations, and online at www.artasaction.org . DANCE THROUGH DENVER Sunday,April 25 at I I a.m. Organized by Paul Fiorino, dancers begin at the pond area of Civic Center Park, north side between Bannock and Broadway near Colfax. All styles, all ages and abilities welcome! (Free parking at meters on Sundays.) No permit needed as long as we keep moving safely and deliberately. Fun! 303-825-7570. CITY OF BOULDER PARKS & RECREATION DANCE CLASSES Open for observation the week of April 2(1-30. Check Recreation Centers for schedule or contact Sylvia Jensen at 303-413-7256 Sponsored by The for details. Boulder Arts Commission, KERI MYERS, BRIANNA TAYLOR an agency of the AND DAVIS BROWN IN SEPARATION ANXIETY City of Boulder Wednesday,April 28 at 7:30 p.m. in Oldc Main Chapel Theatre, CU/Boulder Campus. Free (donations accepted).An evening of electro-acoustic music and modern dance featuring solos and group performances by local emerging artists. For information COMMISSION contact: Kerri Myers at ilsebose@yahoo.com or Brianna`1'aylor at 303-998-1242. THIRD LAW DANCE/ Images on preceding pages used with kind THEATRE PRESENTS BREAD AND SALT permission of Carol Cardon and Dvora Kanegis A new single theme, evening Icngth dance/theater.