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A Wild Gourmet Workshop: Foraging the Wild Edible

* This class takes place at Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield, C-470 and Wadsworth *

Become the ultimate locavore as we explore the tasty world of wild edibles. Discover how to locate, identify, harvest and prepare the wild plants growing all around you. Learn how to make tasty teas, artisan drink mixes, nutritious salads and gourmet additions for pastas, soups and side dishes. Plant foraging walk, cooking class and wild lunch with handout and recipes included.

Instructor: Susan Evans

Price: $58, $54 member, includes $25 materials fee

Special instructions: Class will be held outdoors with shade provided for cooking and dining; please dress appropriately.

Curator Conversations: Stories in Sculpture

Stroll through the Gardens with a curator to hear a behind-the-scenes perspective to uncover connections and narratives within the Stories in Sculpture: Selections from the Walker Art Center Collection exhibition. Enjoy this unique experience to view the exhibition with the insight of a curator. This one-hour tour deepens understanding of the sculptures, the artists and the development of the exhibit.

Stories in Sculpture: Selections from the Walker Art Center Collection is organized by the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis.

 

Price: $17, $10 member

 

Special instructions: Tours are outdoors; dress accordingly for the weather. Water, sunscreen and sunglasses are recommended. Please bring booking confirmation. Meet guide in the lobby of the Boettcher Memorial Center after entering through the Gardens main entrance.

 

Notes: Prices include admission to the Gardens. Tours with low registration are subject to cancellation.

Easy Drawing in the Gardens

Make drawing easier with a simpler, logical, structural approach. Learn basics of perspective, composition control, and methods to capture forms through simplification and reference points and lines. This approach is very sculptural in nature; you begin large and basic, finishing with details. Using this method will make drawing easier and more fun.

 

Instructor: Mitch Caster teaches drawing at the Art Students League of Denver, and before that, at Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design. He started his career as a news artist and courtroom illustrator. Mitch now works as a fine artist and shows his paintings in galleries in Colorado, New Mexico and Texas.

Price: $44, $36 members

Grow Your Own Art Supplies and Eat Them Too

 

Join the Denver Botanic Gardens in a workshop with the artist! This workshop relates to artworks in the exhibit Raw, Cooked and Fermented. Viviane Le Courtois presents the processes of growing, fermenting and cooking plants that can be used both for drawing and cooking. The workshop focuses on using plants to make art year round. Growing up with limited art supplies, she used cut flowers in the garden to make paint, fermented and wove plants, cooked and gardened. All these actions are part of life and interconnected. The workshop mixes indoor and outdoor growing tips, observation drawing, other experimentation with plant materials, and ends with a cooking and degustation session using the plants.

 

Price: $65, $58 member, $10 materials fee included

 

Instructor: Viviane Le Courtois

 

About the instructor: Viviane Le Courtois creates process based and conceptual installations since 1989. She used 181 pairs of shoes-sculptures with the action of walking since 1991. In 2004, she invented the process of etching with Kombucha. Her art often intrigues visitors by connecting art to everyday life. Viviane received a Diplôme National Supérieur d'Expression Plastique from the Ecole Pilote Internationale d’Art et de Recherches in Nice, France in 1992. After extensive travels in Asia and a fellowship from the Korea Foundation, she moved to the US in 1994 and completed an MA in Art History at the University of Denver in 2000. She was awarded a Mastermind in Visual Arts in 2009 and a residency at RedLine from 2008 to 2011. She has exhibited in Europe and across the US. Over the last 6 years, her works have been seen locally at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, the Boulder Museum of contemporary Art, Redline, the Biennial of the Americas. She recently exhibited at the Donegal Regional Cultural Art Center in Ireland and completed a creative residency at the Denver Art Museum. She has spent the last 16 years as an art instructor and curator including at the University of Colorado in Denver and at DAVA (Downtown Aurora Visual Arts). She co-founded Processus, a shared space for artists with Christopher R. Perez in 2014.

For more information, visit www.vivianelecourtois.com and www.processusartlife.com

 

 

Photographing Sculpture

Find the best vantage points and opportunities to photograph this seasons Stories in Sculpture art exhibition at Denver Botanic Gardens.

When photographing artwork we photographers are torn between faithfully rendering the work, or re-interpreting the work to our own creative ends. In this class we will try both approaches to see how our personal vision can visually redefine someone else’s original work of art. We will venture out into the gardens to capture images in the beautiful evening light.

 

Instructor: Scott Dressel-Martin, official photographer of the Denver Botanic Gardens

Price: $44, $36 members

Special Instructions: This class will begin inside and then move out into the Gardens.

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