Events Calendar for the Roaring Fork Campus
This fun, interactive workshop is designed to accommodate all levels from beginner to pro. Listen and discuss 3 basic song forms, hone your own ideas, and collaborate with others to emerge from the weekend with at least a completed chorus or verse as well as the tools to complete many more songs in the future. No instruments or music experience necessary. Jill Cohn is an accomplished professional musician who holds degrees in both music performance and music business, and she has been teaching and performing successfully for many years.
Faculty: Jill Cohn
Meets: F, S,SU • September 9, 2016 – September 11, 2016
Refund Date: September 7, 2016
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A Resume for Immortality
Written and performed by Gary Ketzenbarger. Directed by Brad Moore
Everyone has heard the expression, “A river runs through it.” In A Resume for Immortality it’s Tai-Chi that runs through it: Tai-Chi as an embodiment of Taoism in action, which is celebrated in this piece as a way of life. Of course, the actual life depicted is the author’s own, but that’s only to illustrate the redemptive value of Tai-Chi itself. Performed for the United Solo Festival, the world’s largest solo theatre festival, entering its seventh season in 2016.
Performance dates: Sept. 16 & 17 – 7:00 p.m.; Sept. 18 – 2:00 p.m.
Introduces the social, religious, economic, and cultural development of the Anasazi. Major ruins, excavation sites, and laboratory facilities in the Four Corners region are explored.
This course focuses on the cultural and natural history of the Grand Gulch region of Cedar Mesa in Utah. Discussion topics include the prehistoric use of the region by Paleo-Indian, Archaic, and Anasazi populations and historic use of the area by the Utes and early archaeologists. Natural history and cultural ecology topics include canyon formation, flora and fauna of the canyon region, and management of the area. This backpacking learning adventure is expertly guided by archaeologist/anthropologist Sandy Jackson, MA and ecologist Dr. Jim Campbell. Students must provide their own food as well as camping and backpacking equipment. A pre-trip will take place Oct 1, the trip runs Oct 11-16, and the post-trip meeting is Oct 22. A non-refundable fee of $149 pays for trip transportation, camping fees and backcountry permit.
Faculty: Sandy Jackson & Dr. James B. Campbell
Meets: S, T,W,TH,F,S,SU • October 1, 2016 – October 22, 2016
Refund Date: October 4, 2016
Credit Hours: 2.0
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