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ArtPOP 2017: October is Arts Month in the Pikes Peak Region

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ArtPOP 2017, presented by the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region and the Pikes Peak Art Council ArtPOP 2017, presented by the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region and the Pikes Peak Art Council

All month long the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region and the Pikes Peak Art Council present Arts Month with live musical performances, art installations, interactive art experiences, dance performances and more.

Sunday, October 8 - Visit the Garden of the Gods Visitor and Nature Center for the interactive art exhibit, Heather Oelklaus' Ancient Chatroom. Visitors will find two antique typewriters stationed twenty feet apart face one another, connected by a long fabric loop. You're encouraged to type on the piece, resulting in a scroll of found poetry.

Admission is free to the exhibit open from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

More information: peakradar.com - Heather Oelklaus' Ancient Chatroom


Tuesday, October 10 - Come out to Divide for the Relax into Awareness by De Lane Bredvik exhibit from noon to 3 p.m. Visitors will find an on-site, exterior barn installation designed to facilitate mindfulness. The location is the Installation Site, 1028 E. Lake Dr, Divide, Colorado. Admission is free.

More information: peakradar.com - Relax into Awareness by De Lane Bredvik


Thursday, October 12 - At the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum you'll find the On the Map Off the Map: Remembering Forgotten Spaces participatory slideshow from Marina Eckler. The event explores locations significant to audience members, drawing from the digital poeticism of Google Maps and historic layers of Colorado Springs.

Admission is free for the event taking place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

More information: peakradar.com - On the Map Off the Map: Remembering Forgotten Spaces


Saturday, October 14 - Facelessness at the Penrose Library provides guests access to a sound and movement-based sculpture from Cole Bennett draws a second look from passerby, bringing attention to the correlation between mental illness and homelessness.

Admission is free for the event from noon to 1 p.m.

More information: peakradar.com - Facelessness


Find more information on events this month during ArtPOP 2017 - peakradar.com
 

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