Join us for an evening of discussion about art and the city! We believe art is worth talking about, especially with good people and great themes. Denver’s own Kaladi Coffee will supply the fuel for our conversations, along with Bumble Tea to sooth our souls. Nibbles and conversation provided by us!
2555 Walnut St.
Denver, CO 80205
Armando Martinez, Photographer
Shana Cordon, Photographer
Geoffrey Shamos, Art Historian and Development Director, RedLine Contemporary Art Center
Hadiya Evans, from the Denver Public Library Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library
March 7th, 7pm to 9pm
Seating is limited, so please reserve a ticket in advance. The recommendated contribution is $12, but the event is pay-what-you-can: http://bit.ly/2lZusO1
Salon: Exploring the Collage City
This month, photographers Shana Cordon and Armando Martinez give us a fantastic display of images which are about the urban experience, about real life in real cities. Despite the best efforts of planners, cities remain places which evolve organically, which shelter a multiplicity of ideals, and which never quite develop as predicted. Let’s talk about what this means, theoretically and practically, as we move into an urban future.
Our salons are an opportunity to enjoy art in an intimate setting, along with talks and discussion. They’re learning opportunities, but also chances for all attendees to share their ideas, thoughts, and experiences. Most importantly, we’re there to talk about the art, and art’s importance in the world today.
Please note: because this is a forum for people to discuss ideas, hear new perspectives, and potentially change their minds, video recording and streaming are not permitted during the salons. Though photography and social media is always welcome! Please tag #FeralFactory.
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All are welcome, but every Feral Factory event is a safe zone for race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. No jerks, though. Don’t be a jerk. Jerks are right out.