Please join us at CREEC’s annual event next Thursday, September 17.

Come hang out with us on Thursday, September 17 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Artwork Network Gallery, 878 Santa Fe Drive in Denver.

It’s not too late to get your ticket for this great event! 

In addition to the usual (short, we promise!) speeches, mingling, snacking, and schmoozing, we’re proud that this year’s celebration will feature:

Fading Scars by Corbett O'Toole book coverCorbett O’Toole, who will discuss her latest work Fading Scars: My Queer Disability History. Plus, event attendees will have the opportunity to buy their own copy of the book and have it personally signed by the author!

 

 

ADA Image Project by Mary Lou Mobley book coverMary Lou Mobley, whose new photography book, The ADA Image Project, will be available for sale. We are also giving away one copy of this beautiful book as a door prize.

 

 

Lucent Immersion painting by Tracy Pristas Tracy Lynn Pristas (who created Lucent Immersion, left), Silvana LaCreta Ravena, and Ana Maria Botero, whose “Vivid Visions” exhibit of bold, large-scale abstract paintings is currently on display at Artwork Network Gallery.

 

Mike Fitzmaurice playing the bass Brian Mullins playing the mandolinMusic duo Mike Fitzmaurice (left) and Brian Mullins (right), who will play a variety of acoustic tunes on the upright bass, guitar, and mandolin.

 

 

Individual tickets and Student/Under 30 tickets will continue to be available for purchase until Wednesday, September 16. We have a limited amount of ticket scholarships available; please email sbreene@creeclaw.org for more information.

To purchase a ticket, please visit www.creeclaw.org/event.

Thanks and hope to see you there! 

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