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ARTIST PLAYGROUND: 6A Death & CO

DATEStart: 18 February 2020 @ 10:00 am
End: 18 February 2020 @ 12:00 pm
EVENT TYPERecurring Experiences
LOCATION6A at Death & CO
1280 25th St
Denver, CO 80205 United States
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The Artist’s Playground is a space for our members and extended community to come together, mingle, create, and learn more about all the creative characters that make Denver special. Join us, grab a glass, and bring a friend!

private performance in 6A featuring Takal honoring Patagonia.

 Look for a lightbox with a familiar symbol. 

You will be among friends.

Beverage Partner
Local apples, crab-apples, and pears create the base alcohol. During the second distillation, native berries: maqui, murta, and sauco are added. To overcome the hurdle of seasonally-grown herbs, the master distiller’s mother suggested making essential oils from each wild herb varietal in order to capture their essence year-round. A proprietary blend of these essential oils: tepa, laurel, mint, paramela, and canelo are vapour-infused on the third distillation — giving the spirit a truly unique flavour and viscosity. All ingredients are sourced in Patagonia within 100 square miles of their water source. 
 
Performance Workshop
Join us at The Ramble Hotel this Tuesday night for happy hour from 5-7pm for the next edition of Artist Conversations to meet some of the Founders of a new and upcoming local adventure destination: Everland – an Eco-Retreat and Immersive Art Playground located on 145 pristine acres just south of Denver.  The Founders will be sharing some poetry and also be giving us an experiential tutorial on how to use Tribal Markers: non-toxic water based sweatproof markers that make body adornment easy, colorful, and accessible.   
 
Sophie has been body painting for 11 years for private events, parties, and festivals.  She uses a variety of different body paints in her work but loves the ancient beauty and clean lines tribal markers provide.  She is the Program Director at Everland and loves facilitating workshops, being outside, and new adventures with her 5 year old, Peter.  She loves watching people learn this new skill and the immediate 1-1 connection this type of interaction provides.  She teaches an intuitive form of working with the markers you will not want to miss out on! 
 
Jonny Angel Jenkins is the main visionary and founder of Everland.  A super connector, community leader, burner, and poet, Jonny loves to travel the world and make big dreams a reality.  He is putting together an incredible team of builders and makers from many walks of life to create tiny houses, ewok villages, tree houses, yoga decks, and immersive art experiences in a sustainable landscape for all to enjoy and return to their childlike heart of wonder and play.  Jonny also works in real estate and lived in Asia for years before moving to Denver to start his life’s work: Everland.  
 
Join us for a beautiful event at The Ramble Hotel for exclusive access and conversations with these two incredible individuals.  Find out what it takes to get a project like Everland off the ground and into our world and surprise yourself with your innate ability to create impressive designs with Tribal Markers! 

 

“They were enjoying the happy hour that seldom comes but once in any life, the magical moment which bestows youth on the old, beauty on the plain, wealth on the poor, and gives human hearts a foretaste of heaven.”
-Louisa May Alcott

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