TACAW

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    Make a wish, TACAW! It’s your birthday!

    The Arts Campus at Willits (TACAW) is celebrating its first birthday with a big cake, an even bigger party and, even better yet, an invitation for everyone to join in the festivities on Sept. 23-24.

    Ryan Honey, TACAW executive director, provided a few milestones for the Year One scrapbook: more… read more →

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    TACAW to feature Songwriters’ Round

    The Roaring Fork Valley is rich with entertainment opportunities. The Valley supports a wealth of options in music, drama and the fine arts. One venue in particular has proven to be a dependable option for a varied selection of live entertainment: TACAW (The Arts Campus at Willits).

    On Sept. 1,… read more →

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    Basalsa is back!

    This year, the celebration is partnering with The Buddy Program for a family-friendly day of dance.

    “Bring your kids, bring your friends, bring your grandparents, bring mom and dad,” said Kathryn Sansone, The Buddy Program’s development director.

    The event was founded in 2008 to promote cultural diversity in Basalt. Photographer… read more →

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    ¡Basalsa está de regreso!

    Traducción por Claudia Pawl

    Este año, la celebración se asocia con el Buddy Program para lograr un día de baile familiar.

    “Traiga a sus hijos, traiga a sus amigos, traiga a sus abuelos, traiga a mamá y papá”, dijo Kathryn Sansone, directora de desarrolloread more →

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    Y La Bamba trae raíces latinas al TACAW

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    Y La Bamba, liderada por la cantautora y guitarrista Luz Elena Mendoza, se presenta en The Arts Campus at Willits (TACAW) el 12 de agosto. La banda, con sede en Portland, Oregon, interpreta música indie-alternativa basada en raíces latinas tradicionales, con Mendoza, mexico-americana de primera generación,… read more →

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    Y La Bamba brings Latin roots to TACAW

    Y La Bamba, led by singer-songwriter and guitarist Luz Elena Mendoza, performs at The Arts Campus at Willits (TACAW) on Aug. 12. The Portland, Oregon-based band plays indie-alternative music grounded in traditional Latin roots, with Mendoza, a first-generation Mexican American, singing in Spanish and English.

    Since TACAW’s opening in September… read more →

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    TACAW presents 'good challenges' with MANAUS equity programming

    On July 26, Adriana Alvarez, Ph.D., will present the second installment in the Equity Speaker Series at The Arts Campus at Willits (TACAW).

    The series is an initiative of MANAUS’ Equity Action Project and, according to the website, “is a seven-week, anti-racism and race equity andread more →

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    The ins and outs of ‘OUTSIDE/IN’

    By Raleigh Burleigh

    Sopris Sun Editor

    The pandemic saw the whole world turned inside out. In terms of performance arts like dance, this happened quite literally with companies taking their work outdoors to keep audiences safe. Now, with the outside turning in again, “OUTSIDE/IN” chooses to meld… read more →

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    5Point Summer Film Series

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    5Point Adventure Film Festival and TACAW present an exclusive screening of the critically acclaimed documentary, FIRE OF LOVE. Katia and Maurice Krafft loved two things – each other and volcanoes. For two decades the daring French volcanologist couple roamed the planet, chasing eruptions and documenting their discoveries. Director Sara Dosa…

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    Sustainable buildings sprouting in Willits

    On Thursday, June 30, Amanda Poindexter helped organize a tour of the electrical buildings in Willits for both U.S. Green Building Council members and the general public.

    After a brief meet and greet, the tour explored two buildings. The first was The Hub, which is primarilyread more →