Two eccentric dogs muse about the realities of being a canine. For the GoPro 3D Hero 90 seconds in 48-hours contest.
Crazy Wisdom Films in Association with Ferry Boat Films
Director — Michael Conti
Writer — Danny Ferry
Voices — Danny Ferry & Melvid Ferry
The Owner — Catherine Carelli
Dogs — Zephyr & Delilah
Art — Dan Ericson aka The Signtologist
Music — Scott Joplin, The Entertainer, 1902
3D VERSION GRAB YOUR RED AND BLUE GLASSES
ArtReach is having its annual fundraiser, Dine & D’art, at Mile High Station on Saturday. Co-chairs Lark Katchur and Joe McCormackhave planned an evening that builds to a grand finale when guests line up and dart for the photograph, painting, sculpture or piece of jewelry of their choice.
Each donated item has a $400 minimum value.
Denver-area artists that have contributed to the event include Peggy Atkinson, Tadd Moskal, Todd Reid, Eric Matelski, Scott Ramsay, Eddie Mize, Jennifer Yoswa and Janelle Anderson.
In addition, Daphyne Reiff will be given the 2012 Ginger Merelli Special Event Award. It is presented annually to a special event volunteer whose leadership, commitment, creativity, and passion for volunteering on special events, have made a long-term and indelible impact on a nonprofit organization. The late Ginger Merelli volunteered with ArtReach for 15 years, working on various fundraisers and serving on the agency’s board of directors.
Daphyne Reiff has had leadership roles in several area nonprofits, including ArtReach and Families First. The award carries a $1,000 stipend that will be donated to the charity of Reiff’s choice. Previous recipients areJamie Angelich, Jack and Rita Schuster, Ryta Sondergard, Marilyn Dana, Mary McNicholas and Susie Buckly.
Dine & D’Art tickets are $400 per couple and include dinner. They can be purchased at www.artreachdenver.org or by calling 303-433-2882, ext. 226. Dress is black-tie and tennis shoes.
Established in 1974, ArtReach provides access to experience arts and culture for people of all ages who
struggle with physical, mental and behavioral or severe economic challenges. ArtReach programs annually
serve more than 77,000 individuals and families in our community. ArtReach reaches disadvantaged people
through maintaining over 350 innovative, long-term partnerships between diverse art (local art agencies and businesses) and community agencies (social service agencies, public housing, long-term care facilities, parks and recreation departments, and schools). ArtReach is funded through local and state government and foundation grants, corporations, membership fees and individuals.
Pat and Griff givin’ us the low down on this weekends events, with an edit of the So-Gnar Crew tearin’ it up and setting features at Mad River Mountain.http://www.vimeo.com/35408250
So-Gnar Planning Live Screen Printing Project at SIA After Party
SIA, touted as the largest, most concentrated and authentic trade event in the snow sports industry in the world, is next Thursday through Sunday in Denver. One of the best after parties will be at Snowdown — a live concert and brand-show-off event. Local merch maker, So-Gnar, in planning an urban street art photobooth and live screen printing with Apolllo Ink.
Six local artists, including Andrew Hoffman, The Signtologist, Captain Safety, Dave Sheets, Steve Cummings and Pat Milbery, will get a puzzle piece shape. It’s up to them to fill their puzzle piece with art of their choosing. Those 6 puzzle pieces assemble into one comprehensive design. The six solo-artist designs, along with the comprehensive design, will be screened and available as free posters at the event. Come quick because quantities will be limited.