Fall 2017 / Spring 2018

Block Party 2017Block Party – August 24, 2017

This year’s Block Party featured Edison and CU Denver alumni band Wildermiss. We were proud to be sponsors for this fabulous back to school event, also featuring lots of fun entertainment such as a climbing wall, live dinosaur, food trucks, a polaroid photobooth, and more!

Thank you to everyone who attended!

Artofcooking2017Art of Cooking – September 14, 2017

CU Denver Students went to Cook Street School of Culinary Arts to cook some delicious Southeast Asian Street Food. We had a blast making spring rolls, chicken curry skewers, and crispy fried bananas!

The chefs were amazing and taught us wrapping skills, knife skills, and of course tasting! We can’t wait until next semester’s Art of Cooking, so if you missed out this time, we hope you’ll join us in the Spring!

art of costuming updatedArt of Costuming – October 3, 2017

Students learned from local costume & prop industry entrepreneurs about the intricacies of cosplay and where to begin. What’s more? R2D2 & BB8 came to visit!

Following the panel, students wandered the pop-up museum (costumes included Darth Vader & Arya Stark), talked to the panelists one on one, made their very own wands, & experienced the real-time voice changer built by Jim Shima, who has worked on recent Star Wars films.
Thanks to everyone who attended & especially to our speakers: Karl Brevik, Alyson Ridge, Jim Shima, Patrick Gillies, & Ginny DiGuiseppi!

Diwali Milkshakes (1)Masterpieces & Milkshakes – November 6, 2017

This year’s Masterpieces & Milkshakes was all decked out for the Hindu festival of lights, Diwali! Students enjoyed mango lassis and chai lattes while working on some truly festive elephant masterpieces.

Thanks to Little India for providing the beverages, and to Pinot’s Palette for the helpful instruction. We can’t wait until the next one!

RENT-2017Theatre Nights: Rent – November 14 & 15, 2017

CU Denver Live! offered discounted tickets to students for the 20th anniversary tour of Tony Award winning musical, Rent! The show featured incredible dancers, urban set design, and unforgettable songs by Jonathan Larson addressing the HIV/AIDS crisis of the late 20th century and LGBTQ rights.

We also had a special soiree before the musical at Backstage Coffee where students were able to relax and connect.

Thanks to everyone who attended and made this possible!

 

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