movement

Reflections by New Americans

Reflections by New Americans

Picture Me Here (PMH) is a storytelling program for refugees, immigrants and others who have been displaced. Multimedia skills are taught as creative tools for self expression, social engagement, community building, leadership, and integration. Projects are based on a variety of themes, including migration, memory and place. PMH Fellows are artists are from a variety of countries (Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Brazil, Ukraine, Nigeria and Congo), engaged in a year long creative media and storytelling fellowship organized and operated by Picture Me Here. The opening reception, titled “Dear Younger Me: Postcards from New Americans to Their Younger Selves”, is free and open to the public. Join us at Colorado Photographic Arts Society on Friday, July 27th from 600pm-900pm to celebrate this work!

Follow the Arts in Society Instagram page for some behind the scenes shots by both PMH Fellows and Teaching Artists, July 20-27th and visit picturemehere.org for more information.

Tara Rynders Brings Movement to Rose Medical Center

Tara Rynders Brings Movement to Rose Medical Center

A new project led by longtime nurse and acclaimed dancer/choreographer Tara Rynders, entitled "The Clinic" is in the works. Local dancers offering movement and dance classes to the hospital personal at Rose Medical Center and the surrounding community next spring in Denver.