Enjoy this class on making accordion books in the workshop space nestled inside Denver’s oldest bindery. Our paper maven, Gail Lindley, teaches this bookmaking form; you’ll have a backstage view of the workings of a major bookbinding operation and take home a beautiful book you made yourself. $15 materials fee (all materials and supplies included). Registration required and will open on Wednesday, March 21.
Please register online or call 720-865-1206. http://denverlibrary.org/fresh#bookmaking
One woman’s jewelry is another man’s harbinger. Former Secretary of State Madeline Albright wore elaborate brooches to broadcast messages to colleagues and the press during her diplomatic career. Her collection of pins is now the focus of a traveling show and a book from Harper Collins titled Read My Pins. The Denver Art Museum exhibits her collection this month and kicks off the show with a fun Untitled event. Fresh City Life will be on hand to bang out fresh buttons that you can wear to let the world know whether to approach with caution or step up and smile.
Directed by Arthur Hiller. Starring Shelley Long, Bette Midler.
One of the funniest female buddy movies ever made. The oddball pairing of Shelley Long and Bette Midler turned into box office gold; their chemistry is undeniable – whether they are fighting over a man or trying to save the United States from an environmental terrorist. 100 minutes. Rated R.
If you are intrigued by lace knitting and love all things Parisian, this is the workshop for you. We’re making a beautiful shawl with a very Paris motif and each week students will receive a portion of the instructions. The designer herself will be creating our weekly handouts; and on the last night, we’ll have a special presentation from one of our teachers on the proper method for blocking and finishing lace. This is a basic lace pattern, so it’s a good project for intermediate skill level knitters.
In celebration of the Curious Theatre debut of the play about artist Mark Rothko entitled Red, we're all going to paint a Rothko. Well, we're going to try and along the way we’ll learn how Rothko approached his art; we'll also explore some of his techniques for building depth in his mysterious and meditative paintings. This workshop will be taught by Denver's mastermind artist Jimmy Sellars. All paintings will be displayed at the library for the months of April and May, and then you'll have it back for your home gallery. $15 materials fee (all supplies and materials provided).
Level B2 Conference Center (please enter from the west entrance only)
You made it into a lifeboat! Congratulations! Let's have brunch. Fresh City Life is marking the anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic on April 15, 1912 with a memorable celebration. Enjoy a brunch buffet served up with beautiful music from a string quartet and several of our favorite local actors presenting staged readings of survivors' tales. Our *Carpathian brunch catered by Whole Foods Market; proceeds benefit Fresh City Life - adult cultural programming. For tickets and additional info, go to dplfriends.org or call 720-865-2054.
Twelve hot designers. One cool runway. Witness the miracle of the Modern Age. The unsinkable Molly Brown is a 'daughter' of Denver; and she made her big splash in Denver society after she survived the sinking of the Titanic. This year's Frock Out, Denver's biggest independent fashion designer showcase, salutes the 100th anniversary of the Titanic's fateful maiden voyage. It will be a night to remember! Ticket sales for this spectacular evening benefit Fresh City Life - adult cultural programming. For tickets and additional info, go to dplfriends.org or call 720-865-2054.
Fresh City Life is proud to present this very special violin concert: Kailin Yong makes music with the intention of promoting peace and building cultural bridges. Born and raised in Singapore, trained at the Vienna Academy of Music, Kailin has dedicated the last ten years of his life to exploring folk music from around the world and finding commonality amidst cultural differences. He was the recipient of the Daniel Pearl Memorial Violin for his work to foster peace and cross-cultural understanding in the world. http://denverlibrary.org/node/2094
Denver’s loveliest songbird, Marta Burton and her talented musician husband, Jeff Hooton will be bringing the Irish! Our great Schlessman Hall will be filled with the familiar sounds of Irish folk music and a lighthearted ditty or two. All to put you in the spirit of St Patrick’s Day and Erin Go Bragh! http://denverlibrary.org/node/2094