2017 WORKSHOPS
 

 

Saturday, November 4th

9:00 – 9:50 AM Star Hall Songwriters in the Round featuring Grammy award winning songwriters Don Henry and Jon Vezner, the DonJuans, with special guest Nina Gerber. Singer songwriter and Moab Folk Festival board member Cosy Sheridan will moderate this inspiring session.

 



 


Saturday, November 4th

10:00-10:50 AM Star Hall Interview with Tom Paxton A not-to-be missed conversation with Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winning singer-songwriter, Tom Paxton. Interviewer, Chris Sealy, is a 25-year career reporter and videographer based in Denver, Colorado.

Saturday, November 4th

10:30 AM Grand County Public Library Princess Fearless: Fiercely-Flavored Folk Music For Families. This sassy modern princess serves an interactive musical instrument buffet. Bring your family to learn about rhythm and harmony. Treat your ears to banjo, guitar, ukulele and fiddle. Leave ready to conquer your fears and take on new adventures.

 

Sunday, November 5th

8:30 -11:00 AM    CommuniTea Garden located at 100 West and Walnut Ln.

Permaculture in Action: Working Together To Upcycle Our Impacts

Join the Resiliency Hub for a fun-filled morning focused on the art and craft of upcycling underutilized resources. Enjoy fresh brewed tea and a tour of the CommuniTea Garden site. Learn about our project history, innovative water management, native plants & pollinators, and see our upcycled projects, including the Native Bee Hotel [2016’s Folk Festival workshop project]. Drop by anytime during the morning to join in on an upcycled craft. Families are welcome!                                      For more information, contact Resiliency Hub by email resiliencyhub@gmail.com, or call us at (435) 260-8931.

Sunday, November 5th

9:00 – 10:30 AM Star Hall   Movie showing: The Shopkeeper

From indie musicians fighting to earn a living to music lovers sorting through a dozen streaming services, the acts of creating and listening to music have undergone a fundamental change. Musician and first-time filmmaker Rain Perry confronts a big issue by telling a small story - of the longest continuously operating recording studio in Austin, TX and the shopkeeper who runs it, Mark Hallman. With humor, heart and a killer soundtrack, featuring Ani DiFranco, Iain Matthews, Tom Russell, Eliza Gilkyson and many more, The Shopkeeper determines to find solutions that will work for artists and fans.