Use the real tools and techniques that paranormal researchers employ to observe, study and fake ghostly visitations. Record EVP’s (electronic voice phenomena) and analyze your results for messages from beyond. Then, use a variety of analog and digital trickery to make your own spirit photographs. Space is limited; registration required.
Learn several ways to use yarn to make useful and decorative items: learn basic embroidery stitches on a burlap, the traditional art of “spool knitting,” as well as how to weave yarn with soda straws. Space is limited; registration required.
Monday, July 1, 10- 11 am & 1:30-2:30 pm
Learn several ways to use yarn to make useful and decorative items: learn basic embroidery stitches on a burlap, the traditional art of “spool knitting,” as well as how to weave yarn with soda straws. Space is limited; registration required. Please visit our online calendar to register.
Kids and families are invited to the Armory to explore the art of movement in this hour-long workshop with one of Denver’s premiere performance groups. Join Cleo Parker Robinson Dance to move creatively and celebrate the expression of dance. No registration required.
The chile ristra is a common – and useful – decoration to hang outside of your home. Gather with friends and neighbors to learn about this tradition, and make a chile ristra to spice up your cooking and home décor. Appropriate for adults. Space is limited; online registration required.
Learn all about the process of making a good cup of coffee, from the farm where it’s grown to the moment it fills your favorite mug. The experts from Huckleberry Coffee Roasters will guide you on a coffee taste test and brewing workshop. Appropriate for adults. Space is limited; online registration required.
Designer Cris Edwards of Sankto Empirical will guide you through a meditative look at plants and vintage garden ephemera, culminating in a beautiful botanical collage to keep and display.
Take turns using Oculus Go headsets for guided meditation and nature exploration during this introduction to virtual reality. During breaks, participants are encouraged to journal, take a walk outside, or visit another environment using video and audio explorations.
Did you know that more than 2 billion people around the world eat insects? Learn more about entomophagy, a sustainable form of high-quality protein, and stick around for some snacking. Appropriate for elementary aged kids.
Due to increased demand and limited space, registration is now required for this program. Please speak with a staff member for more details.