Briefs for Friday, Oct. 31, 2003
Strings’ Steiner has last day
Today is Sheri Steiner’s last day as the director of development and marketing, fund-raising and advertising for Strings in the Mountains. She has been in the position for almost six years.
It will take three people to replace Steiner.
Jody Patten will take over marketing and advertising. She can be reached by calling 879-5056, Ext. 107. Sandy St. Clair will be in charge of development and fund raising. She can be reached by calling 879-5056, Ext. 104. Andrea Erickson can be reached for general information calls at extension 100.
Best of luck to Steiner in her next adventure.
The second annual Bust of Steamboat fund-raiser earned more than $20,000 to pay for mammograms, biopsies and other costs associated with breast cancer in Routt and Moffat counties. Last year, Bust of Steamboat raised $15,000. The highest bid of the night was $1,265 for a body cast designed by Rachel Small.
New gallery wants local art
The Sleeping Giant Gallery, at 624 Lincoln Ave., is looking for work by local artists. All styles and media will be considered for exhibition, and shows will be scheduled monthly. Submit slides by calling Jill Bergman at 736-0621. Deadline for entries is Nov. 24.
Ride Snowboards and ArtLink are looking for artists to enter the second annual “Snowboard Art 2: A Graphics Competition” scheduled for exhibition in February.
The grand-prize design will be printed on five limited edition Ride snowboards. The grand prize winner will receive a $1,000 cash prize and one of the limited-edition Ride snowboards decorated with the design. The remaining four boards will be used for fund-raising purposes for the Surfrider Foundation’s Snowrider Project, a national outreach program that seeks to educate snow-sport enthusiasts and Alpine communities on the interrelationship between the mountain and coastal environments and promote watershed stewardship.
The competition is open to all artists working in any two-dimensional medium designed to fit the official snowboard template. The Intent to Enter deadline is Dec. 17. Details are available at
The design competition will be held and exhibited in Steamboat Springs. An awards presentation will be held in February.
New exhibits at Tread of Pioneers
The exhibits “A Century of Valley Vows: A Community Exhibit” and “Foundations of Steamboat: The Gossard Family” are now on display at the Tread of Pioneers Museum. The exhibit traces the traditions, people and attire from weddings in Routt County from the past century.
Print workshop, gallery open
Riverhouse Editions, a fine art print workshop and gallery, is open by appointment, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Call 871-1559 or 870-8944.
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