Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Denver Modern Home Tour

Denver Modern Home Tour

October 25 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

| $20
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DATE: Saturday, October 25, 2014
TIME: 11:00am – 4:00pm
COST: $20 Online in advance, $25 Day of
LOCATION: A link to the tour homes’ locations will be posted here
TRANSPORTATION: Self-driving, Self-paced
Advance tickets are on sale through FRIDAY, October 24 AT 8:00 PM for $20 each. Tickets purchased after that time MUST be purchased at any of the tour homes beginning at 11:00 am on October 25 for $25 each. Children 12 and under are free.
Tickets get you into all homes on the tour.
Advance tickets WILL NOT BE MAILED. You MUST pick up your advance tickets at any of the three WILL CALL locations on the day of the tour (October 25, 2014) beginning at 11:00 am. Will call locations will be announced as soon as the home lineup is finalized.

See more info here.

Monday, September 08, 2014

Monday, June 02, 2014

Pecha Kucha Night Denver Volume 23: City Build Edition

PechaKucha Denver CityBuild Edition 

June 19th | 6:00 - 10:00 PM

At Skyline Park |  Between 15th and 16th on Arapahoe.
 
Join PechaKucha Denver and CityBuild Denver June 19th from 6pm-10pm in Skyline Park...for our first ParkchaKucha!

Start summer off right by enjoying live music and fantastic speakers. Don't forget to bring your own cold beer and a picnic to make it a complete summer experience. Speakers begin promptly at 8:20pm. Stay tuned for more speaker details.

This event is free, but registration is requested. Volume 22 registration filled up in 30 hours, so please register early.

A big thanks to the folks at CityBuild Denver and the Downtown Denver Partnership for making this fabulous event possible. 


Thursday, April 17, 2014

Pecha Kucha Night Denver: Clyfford Still Edition (Volume 22)

1959 Throwback at the Clyfford Still Museum

May 1st | 7:00 PM

At the Clyfford Still Museum | 1250 Bannock St.

Presenters Include:
Susan Schulten
Department chair & professor of history 
University of Denver
 

Bud Coleman
Department chair & professor of theatre  
University of Colorado, Boulder 
 

Lindsey Feitz
Postdoctoral teaching fellow in the gender & women’s studies program
University of Denver

Stephen E. Nash
Department chair & curator of archaeology
Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Darrin Alfred
Associate curator of architecture, design, & graphics
Denver Art Museum

Michael J. Henry
Executive director
Lighthouse Writers Workshop

Dean Sobel
Director
Clyfford Still Museum

Victoria (Tori) Eastburn
Director of Education & Programs
Clyfford Still Museum

Join us at the Clyfford Still Museum for an exciting line up of speakers that provide a contextual backdrop for the exhibition, 1959: The Albright Art Gallery Exhibition Recreated.

Event starts at 7, but doors open at 6 and there will be hors d'oeuvres before the speakers start. This event is free, but space is limited to 100 people. Registration opens Monday, April 14, 2014.

Login first thing Monday morning the 14th to get your seat! If you register and are unable to attend, please notify us so we can open additional registrations.

A big thanks to the folks at the Clyfford Still Museum for asking us to a part of this wonderful exhibition. 

Friday, February 07, 2014

In the inbox today:

Converge for Big Hearts 

February 15th | 8:00 PM

At Converge Denver | 3327 Brighton Blvd.
Presenters Include:
John Maikowski | Converge Denver
Brandon Serna | Thin Air Culture
Katy Gevargis | Architectural Designer & Artist 
Benny Kaplan | Wafflich
Stay tuned for more speaker details!
 
Join us at PechaKucha vol 21 to listen to some of the big hearts of Denver talk about making an impact right here in our city and around the world.

Join us afterwards to mingle with our fabulous speakers! Registration is required as space is limited to 150 people.

A big thanks to the folks at Converge Denver for hosting this event and to Katy Gevargis for the wonderful poster design. Thanks guys!
  

Saturday, January 18, 2014

Collaboration

A well written article on the value of recognizing collaboration in Architecture, and a constructive look into how we actually work in this day and age: