November 24, 2001
FINE CRAFT 2001 CLOSES TODAY
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSThe Steamboat Springs Arts Council’s Fine Craft 2001 ends today at the Depot Art Center. As with many of the annual art exhibits displayed at the Depot Art Center, a variety of crafts coat the walls and floor space in the main gallery.
Fine Craft 2001 exhibits local, regional and national artists working in ceramics, wood, fibers, metal, paper and basketry to create an exhibit of 44 pieces. Call 879-9008 for more information.
CAN’T GET ENOUGH TURKEY?
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSYampatika and Partners in Interpretation will offer a Wee Naturalist schedule for the winter. A “Gobble Up” seminar is 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday at the Humble Ranch to learn more about turkeys both homegrown and wild. Call 871-9151 for more information.
CLASS EXAMINES HANDEL’S “MESSIAH”
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSThe Alpine Enrichment Program presents “Handeling the Messiah” with conductor, and campus dean, Robert Ritschel at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Bryan King Room, 300 Bogue Hall, at Colorado Mountain College Alpine Campus. Ritschel will provide musical examples and answer questions.
TAKING BETTER PHOTOS IN WINTER
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSPhotographer Karen Schulman hosts a photography workshop beginning Thursday; enrollment is limited. The class will meet for seven Thursday sessions and one Saturday field trip. Cost is $250 plus film and processing.
Learn how to deal with winter weather conditions and photography in northwestern Colorado while sharpening technical skills and expanding creativity. Call Schulman at 879-2244 for more information.
LOCAL ARTS COUNCIL LOOKING FOR ENTRIES
STEAMBOAT SPRINGSThe Steamboat Springs Arts Council is accepting slide entries for Winter Works 2002, to be held Jan. 18 through Feb. 24 at the Depot Art Center in Steamboat.
The theme for this exhibit is “Wordplay.” Artists are asked to interpret the theme in any form, ranging from the literal to abstract. Winter Works 2002 is a juried exhibition, with cash awards given. It is open to all media, except video and installations.
The entry deadline is Friday. All work must be for sale. The SSAC will retain a 25-percent commission.
The show judge, Susan Shatter, received her bachelor’s degree at Pratt Institute in New York, her master’s at Boston University, and attended the Skowhegan School of Sculpture in Maine. She is currently teaching at the National Academy of Design in New York. For show prospectus, please send a self-addressed stamped envelope to SSAC, PO Box 774284, Steamboat Springs, CO, 80477.