Briefs for July 21
Perry-Mansfield students will get master classes
Dance students at Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts Camp will be treated to master classes with a unique group of guest artists — The Bang Group, led by choreographer David Parker.
David Parker and The Bang Group is a contemporary dance company based in New York City, Using dance rhythm as a new dramaturgy, Parker draws his movement language from tap dance, vaudeville, silent film comedy and modern dance.
In addition to master classes for the students, The Bang Group will give a lecture and demonstration at 2:15 p.m. Monday in Perry-Mansfield’s main studio. The public is invited to the lecture/demonstration, which will include several repertory pieces such as “Slapstick,” a duet for two men dressed neck to ankle in black Velcro suits. Anyone interested in attending the lecture/demonstration should call Perry-Mansfield at 879-7125 to reserve space.
Artists wanted for Strada D’Arte Event in August
The Steamboat Springs Arts Council is calling for artists to participate in the Strada D’Arte event Aug. 6 and 7. Strada D’Arte is a traditional form of Italian street painting. For the Beaux Arts Festival, artists will design and decorate a concrete square using ground pastel chalk. Interested artists should call Dona Steele at 879-9038.
Mammograms, treatment funds are available
The Yampa Valley Breast Cancer Awareness Project has funds available through the end of the year to help pay for mammograms or breast cancer treatment for women who cannot afford such services. Call 879-1632.
Support group forming for people with bowel problem
An informal support group is being formed for people who suffer from irritable bowel syndrome. The group will focus on treatment, proper nutrition and cures. Those interested should call 871-4774 Monday through Friday.
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