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This Month’s Newsletter: May 2020

The SteamPlant Event Center and Scout Hut remain closed for public events, but like most everyone we are striving to create new offerings through online programming and providing recommendations of cultural arts to the community. Until we are given a green light to open our doors again, the staff is working diligently to make improvements to the SteamPlant venue, both inside and out.  We will continue bringing you a variety of cultural and educational offerings via online programs and experiences during this time. As the community begins to open up, we hope you will support local businesses in any way that you can during this time in a safe and healthy manner. We want to see everyone’s smiling faces when we welcome you back to the SteamPlant!

ONLINE GALLERY EXHIBIT: Paquette Gallery Arts feat. Cody Oldham Now thru May 31

A new virtual offering, the Paquette Gallery Arts store allows you to browse the Paquette Gallery exhibits and purchase desired items online. Through May 31, we are highlighting the remaining artwork of our featured artist from March, Cody Oldham. Cody is a fifteen year old wildlife and landscape painter, who first exhibited at the SteamPlant last year. He has been painting since he was eleven years old. Check out the works of this talented young artist and look for announcements for future online gallery offerings! Learn more >>

ONLINE WORKSHOP: Introducing Yourself Online with Grace and Authority May 20 & 21 2:00PM MDT

Registration is required-Flexible payment options available. Join public speaking coach Gigi Rosenberg in a special 2-art virtual workshop that will help you improve your profession presentation– online and off. In this workshop, you will discover:

  • The 2 most important things to include in your introduction.
  • Tips for looking and sounding your best on camera.
  • How to connect with a virtual audience when you can’t see them.
  • The one thing you should always do when you’re introducing yourself online.
  • How to know when to end your introduction. Learn more >>

VIRTUAL CINEMA: RBG Live Q&A Wednesday, May 20 6:00PM MDT

The documentary film RBG further cemebted Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s legal legacy while becoming an unexpected pop culture icon. JOin the film’s directors Betsy West and Julie Cohen for a live, virtual Q&A with moderator Melena Ryzik from the New York Times. Learn more >>

VIRTUAL CINEMA: Doc Series from Magnolia Pictures Weekly $5.00

A new virtual cinema series that consists of four films, each opening on a Friday, witha live Q&A the following Wednesday. 10% of ticket sales will be donated to a charity of filmmakers’ choice and another portion will go to the SteamPlant’s film programming budget! Now playing – RBG for info click HERE
Opening 5/22 – LIFE ITSELF for info click HERE

Learn more >>

ONLINE EVENT: Chaffee for Chaffee Friday, May 22 6:00PM Facebook Event

Chaffee for Chaffee is a series of events created to fund relief for full-time Chaffee County creatives and small businesses. The event will present one of a kind mini-concerts from some of Chaffee County’s most talented musicians, demonstrations by Chaffee County artists as they share their art and unique commercials from many local businesses. Viewers will be able to donate online to the relief fund during the event. Learn more >>

VIRTUAL CINEMA: Someone, Somewhere On-going $10.00

In this Parisian bitter sweet romance from Cedric Klapisch, warehouse employee Remy (Fancois Civil) and research assistant Melanie (Ana Girardot) have never met, but they live parallel lives: they reside in neighboring apartment buildings, ride the same subway route, and are troubled by bouts of insomnia and depression. Klapisch spins a delicate “what-if” tale, exploring our increasingly hermetic modern urban life. French with English subtitles. Learn more >>

ONLINE TRAVELOGUE: Salida Circus in Palestine Wednesday, May 27 6:30PM Facebook Event

Salida Circu is happy to present its most recent international project helping to establish a circus training program in Palestine. Join Joe Lobeck, Natalie Keller, and Rami Khader as they discuss the inspiration and complications of circus programming in Palestine especially amongst the coronavirus pandemic. The pre-recorded presentation will premiere on the SteamPlant Facebook Page. Learn more >>

VIRTUAL CONCERT: From My Life: Musical Mementos Sunday, May 31 3:00PM Facebook Event

Walden will present a virtual concert of solo piano works titled “From My Life – Musical Mementos” by Walden’s Artistic Director and Concert Pianist Jo Boatright. Jo will perform works by Chopin, Brahms, Schubert and Ravel. This “LiveStream” event will be in lieu of our regularly scheduled chamber music program. During the concert, donations will be accepted for the Chaffee County Community Foundation’s Emergency Response Fund. Learn more >>

VIRTUAL CINEMA: Leonardo: The Works On-going $12.00

Leonardo’s peerless paintings and drawings will be the focus of Leonardo: The Works, as every single attributed painting will be presented in Ultra HD quality. Key works include The Mona Lisa, The Last Supper, Lady with an Ermine, Ginevra de’ Benci, Madonna Litta, Virgin on the Rocks, and more than a dozen others. Learn more >>

VIRTUAL CINEMA: Van Gogh & Japan On-going $12.00

“I envy the Japenese” Van Gogh wrote to his brother Theo. In this little known story of Van Gogh’s art we see just how important his study of Japan was. The film travels not only to France and the Netherlands, but also to Japan to further explore the remarkable heritage that so affected Van Gogh and made him the artist we know of today. Learn more >>