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1 CULTIVATING COMMON GROUND April 12 & 13 Breckenridge, CO

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3 OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR STATE OF COLORADO 136 State Capitol Denver, CO Phone (303) John W. Hickenlooper Governor March 30, 2012 Greetings: On behalf of the people of Colorado, is our pleasure to welcome you to the very first Creative Industries Summit. Creativity can sometimes be seen as solitary, but at this summit, we re replacing the image of the single artist alone in his loft with the scene you will see around you the masterpiece that appears when talented people come together and work on cultivating March 30, common 2012 ground. Your collaborative work is exciting and inspirational. Greetings: Your work means more to our communities than just an aesthetic. It means new businesses, more jobs, and a revitalized economy. Beyond the economic benefit, your On behalf creative of the work people is of at Colorado, the center of is our what pleasure makes us to welcome human. The you arts to the define very who first we were, Creative who Industries we are, Summit. and what we will be. Creativity Thanks can sometimes to all of you be for seen being as solitary, part of but this at summit, this summit, and for we re everything replacing you the do to support, image of promote, the single and artist grow alone Colorado in his loft as a with premier the scene creative you hub! will see around you the masterpiece that appears when talented people come together and work on cultivating common Sincerely, ground. Your collaborative work is exciting and inspirational. Your work means more to our communities than just an aesthetic. It means new businesses, more jobs, and a revitalized economy. Beyond the economic benefit, your creative John work W. is at Hickenlooper the center of what makes us human. The arts define who we were, who we Governor are, and what we will be. Thanks to all of you for being part of this summit, and for everything you do to support, promote, and grow Colorado as a premier creative hub! Sincerely, Summit Agenda Governor s Art Awards John W. Hickenlooper Governor Workshops Presenters Exhibitors Performers Breckenridge Arts District Fueled By.. Notes Thank you

4 Agenda The Colorado Creative Industries Summit 2012 is an inaugural event of artist-entrepreneurs, owners of creative sector businesses, nonprofit cultural workers and emerging creatives coming together to explore the central theme, Cultivating Common Ground. Thursday, April 12th 10:00a-12:00 Registration/visit exhibitors/april 13th workshop sign up 12:00p-1:15p Buffet lunch and welcome by Elaine Mariner, Director of Colorado Creative Industries and Breckenridge Mayor John Warner followed by keynote speaker Matt Morris Columbine A, B 1:15p-1:30p BREAK 1:30p-2:00p Large group work session with Birgitta De Pree Columbine A, B 2:15p-3:15p Small group discussion break-out sessions All rooms 3:25p-4:25p Large group feedback session with visual recorder Heather Leavitt Martinez - Columbine A, B 4:30p-6:30p Visit exhibitors, networking and cash bar cocktail reception & hor d oeuvres with musical performance by Rojos Calientes and caricature portraits with Brooke Howell Columbine A, B, C 6:30p-8:00p Dinner on your own 8:00p-10:00p Breckenridge Arts District Summit reception in the Arts District at Washington & Ridge Streets Friday, April 13th 7:45a-8:15a 8:15a-9:15a 9:15a-9:45a 10:00a-11:00p 11:15a-12:15a 12:30p 2:00p Buffet breakfast Columbine A, B Creative entrepreneur panel discussion facilitated by Alyson Stanfield and featuring: Scott Aller, Kirsten Stoltz, Steve Urbano, and Ellen Winkler Columbine A, B Visit exhibitors Columbine A, B Workshops All rooms Workshops All rooms Governor s Art Award buffet luncheon Columbine A, B, C 2 2:00p-3:00p Visit exhibitors Columbine A, B

5 The Governor s Art Award The annual Governor s Art Award recognizes a Colorado town or city for their collective efforts to enhance their community and their economy through strategic use of the arts. Carbondale Mayor Stacey Patch Bernot and Lafayette Mayor Carolyn Cutler will be presented with the awards, which are original oil paintings by artist John Lintott of Fruita. The art selection panel chose Lintott for his vivid landscapes and use of light, saying one feels they can step into his paintings. The artworks will hang in public locations in the respective cities, and a third painting by Lintott will hang in the lobby of the Governor s Office. Colorado Creative Industries, a division of the Office of Economic Development and International Trade, annually convenes a panel to review nominations. In selecting Carbondale and Lafayette as the recipients, the review panel cited each city s detailed plans for making the arts central to economic and community development. They were impressed with both towns commitment to public art and their efforts to support and promote their artists and creative entrepreneurs. The other nominated cities were Aspen, Durango, Greeley, Lone Tree, Louisville, Mancos, Parker and Westminster. Friday, April 13 12: Buffet Lunch in Columbine Room with music performed by Lee Avenue 1:00 1:10 Welcome by Elaine Mariner, Colorado Creative Industries Poetry Out Loud Colorado winner, Samuel Opoku 1:20 1:45 Governor s Art Award Nominations Elaine Mariner Introduction of winning artist, John Lintott 1: Governor s Art Award Winners presentation with video showing the winning communities, Carbondale and Lafayette. Unveiling of artworks and acceptance of awards by Mayor Stacey Patch Bernot, Carbondale and Mayor Carolyn Cutler, Lafayette Winning artist for the Governor s Arts Award John Lintott!! For John Lintott art has always played an important role in his life. While a student at Colorado State University he pursued painting as a career, Art has always been my love, and it has become the driving force in everything I do. I ve always viewed art as a type of therapy that balances life and gives me the opportunity to continue learning with a passion. Graduating in 2001 with his BFA and a concentration in painting, John has painted seriously ever since. johnlintott.com 2: Lee Avenue performs

6 Workshops-Friday, April am-11.00am Lupine Room Columbine C Columbine A&B Iris Room Mount Elbert B Mount Elbert A 11.15am-12.15am Columbine A&B Columbine C Marketing (for) the Creative Mind An interactive workshop addressing marketing and PR. You will leave energized, inspired, and freshly loaded with practical ideas for marketing more effectively. Film Finance Discussion This workshop addresses film makers who are interested in learning more about financing and packaging narrative films including measures involved in budgeting an independent production to become a successful commercial film. Social Media: Its more than what you had for breakfast What if you tapped into the true power of social media to open up interest-based dialogues and make discoveries while building meaningful relationships? Web Workshop featuring Creative Industries, Crowd-Sourcing and Social Media Join the ColoradoCreates team in a panel discussion about art, media, the Internet and how crowd-sourcing is changing the way we talk about, write about and promote Creative Industry. Where s the Money? This discussion panel will help educate you on different sources of funding available to creative entrepreneurs including a micro lender, government loan provider, local funding source, and the small business development center. Not your Typical Public Artists Hear from several artists who share their artwork in public spaces but break the mold of a traditional public artist. Social Media: Its more than what you had for breakfast What if you tapped into the true power of social media to open up interest-based dialogues and make discoveries while building meaningful relationships? Business Planning for Creatives: Essential Principles In this workshop you will experience how to write a business plan as a creative. Multi-sensory methods will take you through the basics and leave you with insights as to the next action you can take to develop your business. Kimberly MacArthur Graham Kevin Kowalczyk Donald Zuckerman Paul Berry LeVar Battle Leanne Goebel Melissa Kelly Jared Petsche Kelly Manning Justin Vause Amber Boyer Alex Dempster Ginger White Brunetti Jil Rosentrater John McEnroe JOLT Lucy Lynn Paul Berry LeVar Battle Pat Senecal Heather Leavitt Martinez 4

7 Iris Room Mount Elbert B Mount Elbert A Lupine Room Creative Districts A Strategy for Greater Prosperity in the Creative Industries Hear more about what makes a vibrant and sustainable creative district and how creative professionals can benefit. Law for the Creative Arts: Contracts, Intellectual Property and Protecting Your Rights! This workshop will cover some basic legal concepts that apply to everyone in the creative industries. Learn about the law so you can protect yourself and profit from your work. How to Keep your Mojo Flowing? Be inspired by fellow creatives stories that have kept their motivation alive. Learn how to get back to the creative side after dealing with the business side. Approaches to Documentary Film Making The presenters will discuss the different approaches one can take towards making a documentary film. Each presenter will discuss their documentary filmmaking style. Elaine Mariner Jack Pappalardo Maruca Salazar Cheryl Opperman Michael Varnum Curtis Killorn Dave Ratner Jil Rosentrater Danielle Brooks David Griggs Maxine Mitch Dickman donnie l. betts Daniel Junge Lisa Hartman

8 Presenters Matt Morris- Keynote Speaker Denver native, songwriter and recording artist, Matt Morris music is filled with diverse moods, styles and topics that reflect Matt s devotion to living and writing about a meaningful life. Morris award-winning musical career has been shaped by several unique collaborations, from singing nationally and internationally with his father, Gary Morris, to performing Hallelujah with pop sensation Justin Timberlake on the Hope For Haiti Now Telethon in His songs have been recorded by Timberlake, Christina Aguilera, Kelly Clarkson, Reba McIntyre and Mary J Blige. Presently, he is writing with Gwen Stefani, Michael Franti, Keith Urban, Lady Gaga, Sara Mclachlan, Mary J Blige, Cher and many others. Scott Aller, Business Development Manager/Entrepreneur, 5280Live/Ticketmaster Scott Aller toured nationwide as drummer and business manager for the Boulder Acoustic Society while developing the arts consulting company 5280 Live Live is an advocate for leveraging music, art, and culture as economic development and marketing tools for businesses and municipalities. They have been responsible for music/art program development for organizations like the Denver Theatre District, Downtown Denver Partnership, and Southwest Airlines. His endeavors led him to work on national entertainment industry initiatives with Ticketmaster as a Business Development Manager. 5280live.net James Bailey, Freelance cellist and producer Dr. James Bailey returned to the creative world in 2010 after 25 years as a financial advisor with Merrill Lynch. Previously he was the cello professor at the University of Northern Colorado. Bailey performs in both the classical and jazz world, either as a soloist or as a member of his band, Zuri. Bailey produces the Dazzle World Music series, the Mercury Cafe World Music Dance Party series, and a new music house concert series. His passion for presenting live music also includes collaborations between music and other arts - dance, poetry and photography. dazzlejazz.com LeVar Battle, Digital Social Attaché/Scribe LeVar Battle is a writer, Community Curator and Digital Strategist. His work embraces communication as it relates to the every day. LeVar s writing and strategies offer a confident, accepting, and approachable cadence that prompts people to stop, listen, and engage. Battle has worked in industries such as: marketing and advertising with a focus on digital community building. As a communicator, his unique experiences have been instrumental in his efforts to pioneer diverse, digital frontiers for various companies. levarbattle.com Paul Berry, Social Media Manager, The Gazette Paul Berry is the Social Media Manager for The Gazette in Colorado Springs. A selfdescribed dork, Paul works with internal and external clients to help them leverage social media to deliver relevant content that builds customer relationships and drives viral traffic. In addition to his clients at the Gazette, he is a regular guest instructor for social media workshops and consultant for local non-profits. Gazette.com 6

9 donnie l. betts, Owner, No Credits Productions and Black Radio Days donnie l. betts is an Emmy Award winning filmmaker and a four time CABJ award winning radio journalist and Broadway performer. He has many notable theatre performance credits including Ma Rainey s Black Bottom and Joe Turner s Come and Gone. betts theatre directing credits includes over 30 productions. His documentary film, Music is My Life, Politics My Mistress: The Story of Oscar Brown Jr., was screened at film festivals worldwide and was a winner of eleven Best Documentary and Audience s Choice Awards and was aired on PBS plus other stations nationwide. nocredits.com Amber Boyer, Senior Loan Officer, Colorado Lending Source Amber Boyer is a senior loan officer with Colorado Lending Source, Colorado s notfor-profit, small business financing expert. Amber has been with Colorado Lending Source since Prior to joining the team at Colorado Lending Source, Boyer worked as a loan processor in Hawaii. Amber grew up in Littleton and graduated from Colorado State University with a degree in Business Administration and a concentration in finance. coloradolendingsource.org Danielle D. Brooks, Communications Professional, Performance Poet, RhapsoDee Entertainment Group, LLC Danielle D. Brooks is a dynamic performer and communications professional with over fifteen years of experience in stage production, poetry open-mics and competitions. In 2009, Brooks founded RhapsoDee Entertainment Group, LLC with a mission to facilitate workshops/forums that empower and inspire creative minds of all ages. As the owner of RhapsoDee Entertainment Group, Brooks works with a host of artists who collaborate to conduct seminars, workshops and performances in arts and culture. RhapsoDee.com Ginger White Brunetti, AICP, Deputy Director Arts & Venues Ginger White Brunetti managed Create Denver and the inaugural Doors Open Denver project and served as the program and marketing manager for the Cherry Creek Arts Festival. She is currently consulting with Colorado Creative Industries on its new Colorado Creative Districts program and serves on the boards of Physically Handicapped Actors and Musical Artists League (PHAMALY) and the Denver Theatre District. She is a certified urban planner from the American Planning Association. artsandvenuesdenver.com Jane Chaney, Arts Advocate & Director, Gunnison-Crested Butte Tourism Association Jane Chaney began her career in the hospitality industry in Vail, Colorado from Before that she worked in various positions at the Walt Disney Travel Company, the Hilton Hotels Corporation, the Orlando World Center Marriott, the Orlando Convention & Visitors Bureau and for Grand Lakes Orlando, a $584 million dollar project that consisted of the 1500 room JW Marriott Hotel, 582 room Ritz-Carlton Hotel, The Ritz-Carlton Spa and The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club. Chaney and her husband moved to Crested Butte in 2003 when she accepted her current position with the Gunnison-Crested Butte Tourism Association. GunnisonCrestedButte.com Alex Dempster, Colorado Housing & Finance Authority, Commercial lender Alex Dempster is the lead contact for CHFA s credit enhancement products and is responsible for overseeing the Secondary Market loan purchase program. He is a business loan analyst, commercial real estate underwriter and assists manufacturers and nonprofits with small issue tax-exempt bond transactions. Dempster holds both an MBA and a Bachelors degree in Economics from the University of Denver and is a certified Economic Developer through the International Economic Development Council. He currently volunteers with ArtReach Denver. chfainfo.com

10 Presenters Birgitta De Pree, Actor and Theater Educator Birgitta De Pree is a professional actor and theatre educator whose work includes performing, writing, directing and teaching. She received her M.F.A. from the National Theatre Conservatory and is a founding director/producer of the Manitou Art Theater. De Pree works extensively as an artist-in-residence throughout Colorado. themat.org Mitch Dickman, Producer/Director, Listen Productions Mitch Dickman formed Listen Productions out of a deep passion and dedication to create art that promotes communication and makes a positive impact on society. Mitch is currently finishing up the feature documentary Hanna Ranch. Other feature films include DNC Mediamockracy, a hybrid play/documentary that received The Westword Award for Best Example of Theatrical Relevancy, and the narrative feature film A Test of Wills. Mitch has worked on a number of feature films, commercials, television shows and various media related projects. hannaranchmovie.com, listenproductions.com Maryo Gard Ewell, Creative Industries Consultant, CCI Maryo Gard Ewell has worked in the community arts field since a summer job in 1967 that hooked her. She has worked for local arts councils in Connecticut, and state arts councils in Illinois and Colorado. Currently she is co-managing Colorado Creative Industries Creative Districts program. When she s home, she serves on the boards of the Gunnison Arts Center and the Community Foundation of the Gunnison Valley. coloradocreativeindustries.org Beth Flowers, Executive Director, Director, Beet Street/Arts Incubator of the Rockies Beth Flowers has 20 years of executive level experience with non-profits, political organizations, governmental agencies, broadcast media, and the arts. Flowers left as Project Director for Downtown Development at the St. Louis Development Corporation in 2002 and moved to Fort Collins to write a novel. She was lured back to non-profit management and hired as the Station Manager for KRFC in Flowers was subsequently hired by Beet Street as a consultant in 2009 and then permanently in February 2010 as Project and Development Director and now leads the organization as Executive Director. Beetstreet.org Susan Fries, Creative Community Builder & Collaboration Coordinator, Executive Director of Pueblo Performing Arts Guild (PPAG) Susan Fries has worked tirelessly to promote and develop the arts in Pueblo. As the Executive Director Fries has guided, informed and worked intimately with a variety of local creative industry non-profits, business, and co-ops in various stages of development. She has been on the forefront of connecting the dots between local arts programs and positive economic impact. Fries, in addition to her professional work, is an active volunteer in her community, including: Destination Pueblo, All Pueblo Reads, Colorado Humanities, Song of Pueblo: an Oratorio, and more. PuebloPAG.org Leanne Goebel, Art Writer, Critic, Journalist and Cool Hunter-in-Chief Leanne Goebel is the editor and curator of ColoradoCreates.com. She is a 2009 NEA International Arts Journalism Fellow in the Visual Arts and a 2007 Creative Capital Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant Recipient. Raised in Morrison, Goebel s first career was in marketing and public relations with a small religious publishing company based in Denver. Her second career, following a car accident 8

11 and mild brain injury involves the two things she loves most writing and the arts. Goebel is a member of the International Association of Art Critics, the Society of Professional Journalists and the National Arts Journalism Program and serves on the board of Arts for Colorado. coloradocreates.com David Griggs, Public Artist David Griggs is a Denver-based artist with over 45 commissioned works of art throughout the United States. Primarily a designer of architecturally integrated, site-responsive public art, his work is installation-based, engaging the audience with visual intimacy and physical interactivity. For the last 20 years he has been selfemployed as a public artist, for percent-for-art, public art, and private commissions. Recent commissions include projects for Anchorage, Las Vegas, Madison and Santa Fe. Currently Griggs is a consultant for the design and integration of artwork into Denver s Light Rail system. artsoup.com, Lisa Hartman, Producer, Photopia Productions LLC Documentary filmmaker Lisa Hartman is an award winning producer with over two decades of experience creating broadcast programs, training films, special event videos, commercials, and promotional videos. Her 2012 documentary, U.S. Health Care: The Good News, premiered February 16th on PBS member stations nationwide. Hartman was a producer for The Art of Teaching the Arts for Annenberg Media, produced and directed multiple educational programs for K 12 teachers, and created, produced and directed News for Kids for KCNC and NBC. Hartman lives in Denver, Colorado, with her husband the cartoonist Ed Stein. Jolt of The Guerilla Garden Art Studios, Public Artist, muralist, gallery owner, fine art painter Jeremy Silas Ulibarri [a.k.a. Jolt] founded the Guerilla Garden in 2010 to build a creative space where local artists could collaborate with other local artists. Jolt accomplished this exceedingly well, making the Guerilla Garden one of Denver s premier creative venues. The Studio works on the understanding that collaboration leads to innovation, which is why their artists work with design professionals. These diverse talents give the Guerilla Garden the advantage by housing both the artists and the engineering professionals, allowing the vision to be translated into architectural materials. As a perfect metaphor Jolt sees himself as a gardener, adding color to urban landscapes. GuerillaGarden.blogspot.com, GuerillaGarden.com Daniel Junge, Documentary Filmmaker Daniel Junge is an Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker and two-time nominee. His first feature-length film, Chiefs, won the Grand Jury Prize at the Tribeca Film Festival and Iron Ladies of Liberia was aired with over 50 broadcasters worldwide including PBS and the BBC. They Killed Sister Dorothy won the Audience and Grand Jury Prizes at the South by Southwest Film Festival and was broadcast on HBO and received a 2010 Emmy nomination. The Last Campaign of Governor Booth Gardner was nominated for an Oscar for Best Documentary Short in Recently, Saving Face, won the 2012 Oscar for Best Documentary (Short Subject).. jungefilm.com Kevin Kowalczyk, Social Media & Events Manager, Layer Cake Creative Kevin Kowalczyk has been in the marketing and events industries for over a decade. Kowalczyk has worked at major venues in the Denver area including Red Rocks, the Pepsi Center, Fillmore Auditorium and Mile High Stadium. He worked on high profile events during the 2008 Democratic Convention including the after party for Presidnet Barack Obama at Mile High Stadium. Recently, Kowalczyk has been assisting small businesses increase their online presence through social media, blogging and online marketing with Layer Cake Creative Marketing. GoLayerCake.com

12 Presenters Melissa Kelly, Graphic Designer, Artist, ColoradoCreates.com Born at the Air Force Academy, Melissa Kelly studied at the University of Colorado in Fine Arts, Massachusetts College of Art in Illustration, and finally received her Bachelo s in Fine Art in Communication Design at Metro State in Denver. Kelly has a talent for publication design and collaborating with fellow writers and designers on multiple magazine projects in her free time. She aspires to be part of a design A-Team that eradicates bad design and in the name of good solutions and currently works with ColoradoCreates.com. krop.com/fauxkingcreative Curtis Killorn, Arts Advocate, Designer, Illustrator Curtis Killorn was born and raised in California and has lived most of his life in the mountains of Salida, Colorado. He attended four years of art school and moved on to freelance, including teaching an Illustration class to students in the state prison. Killorn has always worked as an artist in many fields but mostly in publishing. Curtis says, This last year has been the most challenging of my life so far. It has also brought the most creative connection and implementation ever. salidasteamplant.com Natalie La Scala, Digital Media Artist and Educator Natalie La Scala is a Denver based artist and educator focused on Digital Media and Film Production. Currently a faculty member at the Art Institute of Colorado, La Scala teaches in the Digital Filmmaking and Video Production Department in all aspects of Media Production. During her undergraduate and graduate studies her interests were rooted in cinematography and content creation. Upon relocating to Colorado in 2004, La Scala has focused her work on Digital Asset Management and content delivery over multiple platforms. She strives to create content people can use while sharing the experience. Heather Leavitt Martinez, Visual Recording Artist Drawing on walls whenever possible, Leavitt Martinez is the retired co-founder of Arts Perspective magazine and continues to support artists and the arts communities of Southwestern Colorado. In addition to being a fine art photographer represented by Open Shutter Gallery, she has had the opportunity to work with artists in all phases of their career by writing and publishing their work, holding exhibition and programming positions at non-profit arts centers, and has recently expanded her passion by offering the Art Career Theorem, a visual facilitation tool created to help artists navigate their creative path. When she s not fueling the flame of artistic passion, she has a full-time career as a graphics specialist at Korn/Ferry International, a talent and leadership consulting agency. Heather is also a member of the International Forum for Visual Practitioners. HeatherMartinez.com. Lucy Lynn, Yarn bomber, Ladies Fancywork Society Lucy Lynn is a member of the Ladies Fancywork Society who has been bringing a feminine touch to the tough world of street art since 2007 by hooking up Denver s street signs, seedy corners, and sunny benches with a little bit of ladylike crochet. The Ladies work has received awards at the American Arts Conference, been commissioned by the Denver Office of Cultural Affairs and been featured in The Denver Art Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and galleries and periodicals across the globe. They believe in taking ownership of our surroundings, and putting skirts on the world is their way of doing it. Look for their work on a street corner near you. LadiesFancyworkSociety.com 10

13 Kimberly MacArthur Graham, Marketer, Publicist, Artist, Layer Cake Creative Founder and principal of Layer Cake Creative, a marketing and PR firm, Kimberly MacArthur Graham has over twenty years of experience in public relations and communications focused on the design industry and arts nonprofits. With two degrees in the arts and experience as a working artist, she brings genuine appreciation for the arts and creative process to her marketing and PR expertise. Among MacArthur Graham s client list is Cleo Parker Robinson Dance, Design Council of the Denver Art Museum, Denver Office of Cultural Affairs, Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, and design firms such as Humphries Poli Architects and klipp. GoLayerCake.com Kelly Manning, State Director, Small Business Development Center Network Kelly Manning oversees the operational management, strategic planning, and financial planning of a $3.5 million federal and State funded program. Since Manning began with the Colorado SBDC, she has successfully created and implemented numerous new initiatives to assist the growing needs of small business entrepreneurs: Veterans programs/conferences, Women s Conferences, Emerging Industry programs/services, Creative Industry programs/services and strategically moved the SBDC Network to a performance based program. She has a Masters in Communication with a Certificate in Dispute Resolution from the University of Denver. coloradosbdc.org Elaine Mariner, Director, Colorado Creative Industries Elaine Mariner is the director of Colorado Creative Industries (CCI). CCI promotes supports and expands Colorado s creative sector to drive economic growth, increase jobs, and enhance our quality of life. They also provide financial and professional assistance to creative entrepreneurs, arts organizations, schools and municipal agencies. Mariner is a frequent presenter on the role of artists and creative entrepreneurs in economic development and downtown revitalization. Her current board and advisory roles include the Colorado Scenic and Historic Byways Commission, Downtown Colorado, Inc., Colorado Main Street Program, Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Colorado Nonprofit Association and Arts for Colorado. Mariner holds an MBA from the University of Colorado at Boulder. coloradocreativeindustries.org Maxine, Yarn bomber, Ladies Fancywork Society Maxine is a member of the Ladies Fancywork Society who has been bringing a feminine touch to the tough world of street art since 2007 by hooking up Denver s street signs, seedy corners, and sunny benches with a little bit of ladylike crochet. The Ladies work has received awards at the American Arts Conference, been commissioned by the Denver Office of Cultural Affairs and been featured in The Denver Art Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and galleries and periodicals across the globe. They believe in taking ownership of our surroundings, and putting skirts on the world is their way of doing it. Look for their work on a street corner near you. LadiesFancyworkSociety.com John McEnroe, Artist, Manager of Slaughter House 5 John McEnroe was an undergraduate student at Kansas University where he studied under artists David Vertacnik and Roger Shimomura. McEnroe earned his MFA from Ohio State University and assisted Maya Lin in constructing the permanent installation Ground Swell. This was followed by work with Todd Slaughter, Dublin Artist Malcolm McClay and John DeAndrea in Denver. McEnroe has several public works in the Metro area and participated in the Denver Art Museum exhibition Embrace! He is represented by the Robischon Gallery, is the director of the DENMI 2012 Project, and manages Slaughter House Five. johnmcenroeart.com

14 Presenters Cheryl Opperman, President, Opperman Photographics, Inc Cheryl Opperman is a nationally acclaimed nature photographer who has traveled worldwide to capture spectacular images of nature, wildlife, and indigenous cultures. Widely published, she has a list of clients and credits which include The American Humane Association, The Denver Post, the National Geographic Society, and the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. She was featured as a leading female nature photographer by Outdoor Photographer Magazine in Opperman has presented to schools, camera clubs, the Intermountain Regional Headquarters of the National Park Service, and the North American Nature Photography Association. cherylopperman.com Jack D. Pappalardo, Esq., President, Art District on Santa Fe Jack D. Pappalardo is a practicing attorney and a member of the Create Denver advisory board. Since 2004, he has been President of Denver s Art District on Santa Fe (the Art District ), a nonprofit with a mission to promote awareness around Santa Fe Drive in Denver as a unique art and cultural district with over 60 creative industry members and a hugely popular First Friday art walk. Pappalardo and his wife have owned and operated Georgia Amar Fine Art gallery & studio on Santa Fe Drive since ArtDistrictOnSantaFe.com Jared Petsche, Digital Media Specialist, State of Colorado A Native Coloradan, Jared Petsche is a graduate of Colorado State University with a Bachelors of Arts in Philosophy and a minor in History. Since graduation he has worked in the film industry, state government and with the surrounding Denver communities many non-profits. Petsche can be found at the Colorado State Capitol working in the Senate as the Digital Media Specialist. He continues to do freelance photography and production work and dreams of starting his own media company in the near future. Dave Ratner, Attorney, Counselor, Advisor and Partner, Replin, Rhoades & Ratner Dave Ratner s career in the arts began on the road, hauling gear and selling merchandise for a band from Boulder. After working as a manager for bands and then starting his own management agency, he went to law school and now specializes in helping artists and business owners navigate the complex world of contracts, licensing, and negotiations. Ratner works with creative individuals and entities in all aspects of the creative industries. He is a partner with Replin, Rhoades & Ratner, advising creative and general business clients on trademark, copyright, and small business law. replinrhoades.com Jil Rosentrater, Manager of Art in Public Places, Colorado Creative Industries Colorado s public art statute sets aside one-percent of capital construction costs on eligible state buildings for the acquisition of artwork for publicly accessible spaces. Over the past five years Jil Rosentrater has managed twenty-six public art projects for the state of Colorado worth more than $7 million involving contracts with 51 artists. She convenes administrators who manage public art programs throughout the state several times each year and manages Creative Capitol Exhibits at the State Capitol. She has juried a variety of exhibits around the state including the International Snow Sculpture Championships in Breckenridge the last two years. coloradocreativeindustries.org 12

15 Maruca Salazar, Executive Director, Museo de las Americas The Museo de las Americas is a 20-year old institution that promotes Latino Art from ancient to contemporary in the heart of Santa Fe Drive Art District. Maruca Salazar holds a Master Degree in Education with emphasis in art and culture and an M.A. in Latin-American Literature. For thirty years she served as educator and arts administrator for Denver Public Schools, spending 23 years in the classroom and seven years as the Central Office Arts Coordinator for the district. Advocacy, arts education and culture are her passion and her expertise. museo.org Pat Senecal, Entrepreneur and Artist s Business Coach, Pastel Artist Pat Senecal has spent 20 years as a business coach and is currently applying business principal strategies to a course entitled: Business Planning for Creatives. It uses interactive techniques, one-to-one coaching, as well as visual recording and diagrams for retention and was expressly written for artists and sponsored by the Small Business Development Center in Durango. She is dedicated to the success of each person s goals, having served individuals in sole proprietorships to executives at Fortune 500 companies. As a pastel artist, Senecal s work is displayed throughout the country. PatSenecal.com Alyson Stanfield Alyson B. Stanfield, of Golden, Colorado, is an art business consultant for artists, galleries, and organizations. Her work is distinguished by extensive experience working with viewers of art, in addition to working with art and artists themselves. She founded ArtBizCoach.com in 2002 to help artists promote themselves and build their businesses. artbizcoach.com Jill Stilwell, Cultural Services Director, City of Fort Collins Jill Stilwell has been with the City of Fort Collins Cultural Services Department for 15 years. She became director of the Museum in 1998 and promoted to the Director of the Cultural Services Department in Stilwell has extensive experience with cultural administration, planning, budgeting and in working with the community on initiatives to forward the goals of the Department and arts and culture in general. She currently has oversight on two major capital projects: the renovation of the Lincoln Center and the new Fort Collins Museum of Discovery. In 2011, Fort Collins was the winner of the Governor s Art Award. fcgov.com Kirsten Stoltz, Curator and Cultural Producer, M12 Art Collective Kirsten Stoltz is a curator and cultural producer whose focus is primarily on interdisciplinary arts programs for public space. Previously, she worked as Associate Curator for the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. In 1999, Stoltz was nominated as the emerging arts leader in Santa Fe, NM where she was Director and Curator of the Center for Contemporary Art. As the programming director for M12, Stoltz s role is as community facilitator, project administrator as well as in-house critic and evaluator of aesthetic appropriateness. m12studio.org Bob Studinger, Ed. D., Composer, SoundScores Bob Studinger, Ed.D., has been in the business of music all of his professional career. He has composed for nearly all styles of music including scores for TV, radio, films, and major orchestras for 30 years. He has been honored as Broadcaster of the Year award for Best 60 second Radio Commercial, and has received numerous regional Emmy awards for music scores of televised documentaries. Studinger has composed and arranged for various major and regional symphony orchestras, ballet companies and is the owner of SoundScores studio. soundscores.com

16 Presenters Steve Urbano, Impossible, Partner and Live Action Director Steve Urbano comes from a legacy of television and film professionals and grew up in animation mentored by his grandfather Carl Urbano of Flinstones and Jetsons fame. Since 2002 when he joined Impossible, a broadcast agency and production company for television networks and corporate clients, Urbano has directed numerous commercials, network promos and documentaries for clients such as the Discovery Channel, Pepsi, and The Sundance Channel. He has worked with notable celebrities and has garnered national credits and honors, including Clio Awards, National Addy s and numerous Telly s. Impossible.tv Michael Varnum, Director Salida SteamPlant Event Center Michael Varnum is the director of the SteamPlant Event Center in Salida and has extensive experience in arts and facility management, including manager of the Stillwater Community Center; manager of Two Rivers Convention Center in Grand Junction and as director of the Poncan Theater in Ponca City, OK. Varnum has served on several arts boards and committees including the Downtown Stillwater Mainstreet Program and the Sheerar Museum board. He was a founding member of the Stillwater Community Band and currently performs with the Alpine Orchestra and CMC Jazz Project. salidasteamplant.com Justin Vause, Loan Officer, ACCION Justin Vause helps entrepreneurs access needed credit and services for their business and develops community relationships for ACCION throughout the state of Colorado. With a Master s degree in International Studies and a concentration in Microfinance from the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver, Vause brings extensive experience, knowledge and passion to his role at ACCION. accionnm.org Ellen Winkler, Designer, Wink Inc & Drumbeat Ellen Winkler is a designer of events, spaces and experiences. Her early career as a civil engineer managing complex projects in heavy and highway construction provided the perfect springboard into the production of action sports, entertainment and consumer marketing engagements such as Red Bull, Verizon, General Motors and Quiksilver. She worked on the award-winning workspace, Battery621 in Denver and as a co-founder of Wink Inc., a video and event production house, Winkler manages offices in Denver and Jackson Hole. Winkler collaborates with a handful of companies creating experiences managing events and designing spaces with identity. winkincproductions.com Donald Zuckerman, Director, Colorado Office of Film, Television & Media Donald Zuckerman was appointed as Director of Colorado Office of Film, Television & Media by Governor John Hickenlooper in May He has helped create film incentive legislation, HB 1286, to increase the current film incentive to 20 percent and offers a bank loan-guarantee program. Previously, Zuckerman produced 18 films including Casino Jack, Beer for My Horses and Broken Bridges. Zuckerman is a law school graduate of the Boston University School of Law and worked for four years as a Staff Attorney for the New York City Legal Aid Society Criminal Defense Division and later maintained a private law practice. coloradofilm.org 14

17 Exhibitors Alyson B. Stanfield art biz coach Alyson Stanfield, , Alyson B. Stanfield is an art business consultant and founder of Art Biz Coach and the Art Biz Blog. She helps artists, galleries, and organizations gain more recognition, organize their businesses, and sell more art. artbizblog.com, artbizcoach.com Arts for Colorado Pam Foster, Chair, Arts for Colorado (AFC) is a membership based nonpartisan, statewide nonprofit 501(c)4 organization dedicated to improving the climate for creative industries throughout the state, facilitating advocacy for Colorado s arts and culture, and preserving and expanding state-level public-and privatesector support for the arts. artsforcolorado.org Art Management and Planning Associates Deana Miller, , Celebrating its 30th year in business, Art Management & Planning Associates, Inc. has helped improve the places where people live, work and play by leveraging arts and cultural assets. They support government agencies, corporations and nonprofit contributions to economic vitality and community development through the arts. Their expertise includes strategic planning for arts organizations and communities, integrating art into spaces and preserving arts and cultural assets. artmanageplan.com Art Institute of Colorado Jim Skeen, , The Art Institute of Colorado has been a leader in art and design education for 60 years. The school offers career-focused Bachelor and Associate degrees and training in the creative and applied arts and culinary arts. The Art Institute of Colorado is located in downtown Denver. artinstitutes.edu/denver Arts Incubator of the Rockies Beth Flowers, , The Arts Incubator of the Rockies (AIR), serves ten states and over 280,000 creatives in the Intermountain West. Based in Fort Collins, Colorado, AIR will provide professional development and entrepreneurial training. AIR serves all creative and community members who want to shift the paradigms about art, money, value, and community. airartsincubator.org, beetstreet.org

18 Colorado Creative Industries Elaine Mariner, Executive Director, , Part of the state Office of Economic Development and International Trade, the Colorado Creative Industries sees a future where Colorado is a premiere Creative Economy. We will grow our own creative workforce with a strong brand identity, a Top 10 reputation, and significant and sustained investment in the creative sector where creative entrepreneurs and enterprises will flourish. The mission of CCI is to promote, support and expand the creative industries to drive Colorado s economy, grow jobs and enhance our quality of life. Coloradocreativeindustries.org ColoradoCreates.com Leanne Goebel, Cool Hunter-in-Chief, ColoradoCreates.com is the premier hub for all things cultural and creative in Colorado. Video game design meets contemporary sculpture, runway fashion meets culinary craft, and everything in between collides for a cultural mash-up that will become the source for all that s artistic in Colorado. coloradocreates.com Create Denver Lisa Gedgaudas, or , Create Denver seeks to strengthen the overall health and vitality of Denver by supporting the growth and development of the creative sector, including individual artists and creative enterprises such as film, music, art galleries, art districts, fashion and graphic design. Denver s creative sector consists of more than 2,900 creative enterprises and employs approximately 19,000 people in the city of Denver. The sector includes eight arts districts, more than 120 galleries, 160 performance venues, and approximately 180 film-related businesses. denvergov.org/createdenver Creatives and Business LLC / Neil McKenzie Neil McKenzie, Creatives and Business LLC was founded by Neil McKenzie to bring business skills to the creative community. Neil is the author of The Artist s Business and Marketing ToolBox and teaches the course Artrepreneurship at Metropolitan State College. The company also provides strategic planning and marketing services to artists and arts organizations. creativesandbusiness.com Colorado Small Business Development Center Network Kelly Manning, SBDC State Director, The Colorado Small Business Development Center Network (SBDC) is dedicated to helping small businesses start, grow and prosper in Colorado. The SBDC combines the resources of federal, state and local organizations including private sector and educational institution partners to offer free business consulting and low-cost training to maximize the economic potential of entrepreneurs. coloradosbdc.org 16

19 Performers Since 2007 Rojos Calientes has been Summit County s most exciting, innovative and respected acoustic fusion band, providing a unique mixture of original music. The sound of the band draws from Peruvian and South American folk music, Gypsy Jazz, Bluegrass, Americana and Jam music. With this eclectic mix of influences Rojos has developed a unique sound that absolutely captivates audiences. facebook.com/rojoscalientes es Rojos Calient You know when you hear a song and you say that s me? Somehow the song writer captures a feeling or a notion of what I m experiencing in this life. How do they do that? These guys are good! Chris Murphy, Colorado Music Buzz Simple. Strong. These are songs started on the shores of the Great Lakes. Songs that walked the streets of Chicago with pulsing footsteps and waited under slow waltzing rail stations. Strong Americana with the delicacy of winter yielding to spring. These are the songs we feel, these songs are us. These songs are Lee Avenue. leeave.net Brooke Howell Lee Ave nue Howell took a summer job drawing caricatures 14 years ago. She first appreciated being paid to practice drawing, but over time came to realize the scope of possibility the art form offers. Her subsequent study of illustration at RMCAD was enhanced by the skills she had developed drawing people from life. She has won several awards for unique sculpted caricatures from the International Society of Caricature Artists, and has also added bronze to her list of preferred media. With partner Fred Lunger, Howell won a commission for a public artwork in Denver, installed in Howell continued caricaturing; and launched *LoL* Caricature Company on Denver s 16th Street Mall. brookehowell.com

20 Breckenridge Breckenridge Arts District The Breckenridge Arts District began in 2001 when the Town of Breckenridge partnered with Backstage Theatre Company to renovate the recently acquired Shamus O Toole s Saloon into a small theatre. Currently the district is home to five structures that each share a unique piece of Breckenridge culture. The Arts District of Breckenridge Master Plan was adopted in 2004 as a correlative document to the Town s Master Plan and Development Code. The accelerated build-out of the Arts District Master Plan was recently put on the Town Council s Top Ten Priority List. Riverwalk Center The newly remodeled Riverwalk Performing Arts Center is an integral part of the growing Arts District located across Main Street and the Blue River. A visual connection is proposed from the Riverwalk Center to the arts campus through the use of decorative pavers, street furniture, sculpture and signage that will help to solidify a perpendicular spine from Main Street to Ridge Street. Quandary Antiques Cabin Donated by Jim and Maureen Nicholl s, the Quandary Antiques Cabin was relocated from its original location two blocks down Ridge Street, to the Arts District in The cabin now functions as a small ceramic studio with open studio hours and workshops taught by experienced ceramic artists. Fuqua Livery Stable The rehabilitated historic Fuqua Livery Stable opened in August of The project received $129,000 from the Colorado State Historical Fund for restoration. The Fuqua Livery Stable was presented the prestigious Steven H. Hart Award for outstanding efforts in historic preservation in February The stable is used for ongoing arts workshops and Studio 3, within Fuqua, is leased to local artists on an annual basis. Photographer Carl Scofield is currently the resident artist at Fuqua. Tin Shop In August 2006, the historic Tin Shop became the district s first visiting artist facility. Artists are invited to stay in the fully furnished studio apartment in the upstairs of the Tin Shop and work on their medium of choice for one week to one month in the main floor studio space. Artists are selected based on the quality of their artwork and proposed public participation program. Robert Whyte House The Town was recently awarded a Historic Structure Assessment Grant (HSA) from History Colorado to be completed in The future rehabilitation will convert the Robert Whyte House into a second visiting artist studio. The space is presently rented to local artists on an annual basis. Sculptor Ned Walley is the current resident artist. For a calendar of events: townofbreckenridge.com/arts/arts District

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