Denver Weekend Rundown: Oct. 11-13
Looking for things to do in Denver this weekend? The RedPeak staff has your back. Here’s a list of our top picks for Oct. 11-13.
Indigenous Film & Arts Festival This 10th annual event, presented by the International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management, kicks off tonight with a reception at the Republic Plaza Building for the art exhibit Connections: Indigenous Art of the World. A concert by Navajo Radmilla Cody follows.
Matt Shepard is a Friend of Mine Though Matthew Shepard’s brutal murder made headlines in 1998, this documentary −directed and produced by his friend Michele Josue− tells the story of his life through interviews with family, friends and teachers. Tonight’s screening at the Denver Performing Arts Complex includes a performance by singer-songwriter Randi Driscoll and will be followed by a Q&A with Josue.
The Denver Handmade Homemade Market Shop more than 30 local businesses, artisans and entrepreneurs selling a variety of products, from produce and baked goods to handmade jewelry and ceramics. Members of the Denver Art Society will also be showcasing their art.
Dance & Text Counterpath will host choreographers Aynsley Vandenbroucke and Lauren Bakst, and writer Claudia La Rocco for an inquiry into the convergence of dance and text. This site-specific performance explores the relationships inherent, but not always overt, in these separate forms.
Run the ‘Rocks 5K This race, which benefits the American Lung Association in Colorado, takes runners through Red Rocks Park in Morrison. Live music is performed all along the route to help participants stay motivated.
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