Paige Berry as Georgia O’Keeffe tramps around Ward, CO in 1917. “Cordially, Georgia O’Keeffe” screens April 1st.
Boulder Arts Week is a happening time in the creative community and we’re jumping in with our monthly schmoozer and featuring the work of women. The event is free of charge, but buy some music!
We don’t have a lot of wall space for flat art. Instead, we’ll be entertaining with some music and short movies.
615 to 715pm-ish: Multi-media music and video by Laurie Dameron. Learn about Laurie and her music http://www.lauriedameron.com/
The Whistle Stop FILM Festival – WSFF presents “Cordially, Georgia O’Keeffe” about the artist’s visit to Ward, Colorado will screen between music sets.
745 to 845pm-ish: Music by Cindy Brandle. Check out her music and background https://www.reverbnation.com/cindybrandle
We’ll have some snacks and drinks. Invite 100 of your closest friends!
The Whistle Stop F.I.L.M. Festival chugs into Salt Lake City with a screening of “Aging Gratefully” Join the facebook page by clicking on the image.
“Aging Gratefully: The Power of Community” screens in Salt Lake City, Utah as the opening event for the Aging Better Together conference on May 19th.
What happens when 25 senior citizens – the subjects of “Aging Gratefully: The Power of Community” (TRT 51min) – decide to form a cohousing community?
Watch the 16min preview version is to give an idea as to the story.
Silver Sage Village in North Boulder, Colorado provides insights from six neighbors about their experiences and perspectives about growing old together. Everyone is over 50 years of age.
Book a screening by calling 303-910-5782 or send an email to Boulder Community Media