ArtSkool debuts with a workshop that highlights one of the first art mediums: Mud!
1. Existing at or from the beginning of time, primeval -- the primordial oceans
2. (esp. of a state or quality) Basic and fundamental -- the primordial needs of the masses
While it's unlikely that the first sea creature to give land a try looked back at its tracks and noted the artistic pattern they made in the mud -- clay was and remains one of our primordial materials for making art.
This time around our travels take us to the darker side of the city.
Are you ready for the seamier side of your favorite city? The Akashic Books city noir series combines two of my favorite things: noir mysteries and great cities. Each anthology features original stories (by authors such as Lawrence Block, Stewart O'Nan, Pete Hamill and Michael Connelly) set in a "distinct neighborhood or location within the city."
Are you ready to take your knitting to the next level? Join us for Beyond the Basics Knitting on Thursday, May 12 at 6:00 p.m. at the Bear Valley Branch.
This class will guide you through the mysteries of checking gauge, help you with pattern reading skills, and teach you how to pick a project and match the correct needles and yarn. Increasing and decreasing will also be demonstrated. This class is suitable for new knitters looking to take on a challenge or intermediate knitters looking to learn some new skills. Bring yarn and needles to practice your new skills!
Want to Outsmart Investment Fraud? Join Fresh City Life My Branch and learn the basics of safe investing!
Representatives from the FINRA Investor Education Foundation will teach you the basics of safe investing in this educational presentation. Learn what questions to ask before making investment decisions, how to verify if an investment product or professional is legitimate, how to identify and report investment fraud, and common fraud tactics and how to avoid them. Look for the class nearest you:
Making the decision to have a child is momentous. It is to decide forever to have your heart go walking around outside your body. ~Elizabeth Stone
I love my child dearly. It has been the hardest, most frustrating, most joyous, and most rewarding thing I've ever done. Some days it is nice to know you aren't crazy and your experiences aren't unique. The following books have brought me some comfort and laughs:
Are you ready for summer? While the kids are doing DPL's Summer of Reading Program, adults can have fun and learn at the library all summer long, too! Summer's not quite here yet, but these upcoming Fresh City Life My Branch programs will give you a taste:
Learn to make (and sample) creative Summer Salads at Schlessman on Monday, May 9 at 6:30 p.m. If you're tired of iceberg lettuce, this class is for you! Cool off mealtime while keeping it healthy with these salads that will introduce more veggies into your diet and that your whole family will love!
May 6 - September 28, 2011 Central Library Western History Art Gallery - Level 5
Presented by the Telecommunications History Group, Inc. and the Denver Public Library.
From Smoke to Text displays how telecommunications changes our lives and world. The show, created by The Telecommunications History Group, Inc., guides viewers from smoke signals and invention of the telegraph in the 1800s to smart phones and the internet today.It asks viewers to envision “What’s Next?”