Arvada Center Blog
The Arvada Center has been nominated by one of our patrons as one of Colorado’s best businesses in the all-new A-List competition. From now through September 21, 2007, Denver’s 7 will invite viewers to go to www.TheDenverChannel.com/alist and vote for their favorite businesses from among the nominees. The winners will be announced the week of September 30.
So now it’s your turn to vote. Click on the image below and let the rest of Colorado know that the Arvada Center is “A” on your list.
Takashi Nakazato is one of the most celebrated of contemporary Japanese potters. Mr. Nakazato graced the Arvada Center by visiting our ceramic studio and practicing his art. Check out some of his work by clicking HERE. Takashi Nakazato creates traditional Japanese ceramics, including crocks and urns not confined to any specific purposes of use as well as plates, bowls, tea utensils, and wine vessels used as dining and drinking utensils in homes and restaurants, moreover, he has been eminently successful in imbuing this pottery with a refreshing modern flavor, striking individuality and new aesthetic freedom.
Mr. Nakazato is joined and assisted by two acclaimed artists: Etsu Noguchi and Kazu Oba.
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Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes to cast a major musical? Well, Rod Lansberry and his crew auditioned over 40 talented Actors and Actresses today. Here’s a taste of what it takes to be considered for a part in this “fabulous” show.
(Yep, Neil was wearing hot pink pumps, but you probably couldn’t see them due to all of the rigging line and gaffers tape. LOL =)~
KATV’s Feature on the Auditions: