Category Archives: Community Announcements

Apo 2013 Community Art Fair & Town Hall Meeting UPDATE

**********UPDATE 2/26/13********** The Community Art Fair happened at the Fusion Factory on Saturday, 2/23,  but was sadly cancelled on Sunday due to blizzard conditions!  (see the original official announcement ). Thanks for all who showed this weekend, including all the artists below!  What fun it was, and getting a little taste of what’s in store for Apogaea […]

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Temple Grant Awarded for Apogaea 2013

It is with excitement that we announce the winner of the Temple art grant for Apogaea 2013! The Apo Board has approved the Art Committee’s choice to award art grant funding to the Temple of Transubstantiation.  Read below for a description of the conceptual design.  Also, check out the links at the bottom of the […]

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Second Round Grant Cycle Open!

The SECOND round of grant applications is open for grants of $300.00 or less. Apogaea funds all types of powerful and unique art including sculptures, theme camps, sound camps, performances, workshops, mutant vehicles, and more! Before filling out an application, read the most current information about Art Grants for instructions, deadlines, and guidelines.   SECOND ROUND APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY FEBRUARY […]

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2nd Annual Apo Community Art Fair 2013

Date: February 23-24, 2013 Time: 1pm – 5pm Location: Fusion Factory 3563 Walnut St, Denver, CO   Are you interested in or dedicated to improving the Apogaea experience? Engage community members as an artist to demonstrate your project concept, get funding, solicit volunteers/materials/works spaces etc! If you’re not currently involved in any art project, come out […]

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Board Member Position Opening

Hear hear, Apogaeans! Are you interested in becoming integrally involved in Apogaea?  Do you love the event and want to implement your ideas for improvement?  Do you have strong leadership abilities and a passion for the local burner community? This is a call for applications for a one-year, one-Apo board member position (through September, 2013). […]

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2013 Theme Announced!

After receiving a whopping 135 submissions from you lovelies, 38 Ignition members voted. The 2013 Theme is…   Alchemy Thank you, WBird, for your winning idea! In her own words: “Magic, illusions, perceptions, art, we all make alchemy, hopefully with the intention of creating “true gold”, which is the highest vibration.” “any magical power or process of transmuting a common substance, usually of little value, into a substance of greatvalue.”  – dictionary.com“

Welcome the new Apogaea 2013 Officers

The officer elections for Apogaea 2013 are complete! Please welcome this year’s officers: President: Kingpin Vice President: April ‘Glitterati’ Menegazzo Secretary: Matt ‘Duney Dan’ Clinton Treasurer: Steve Merager A special thanks to our out-going officers for their time donation. This year, 3 out of 4 of our retiring officers are also retiring from their full […]

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Apo 2013 Theme Contest Open

It’s time to start thinking about the Apogaea 2013 theme! Do you have an idea? Tell us about it! From now until midnight on September 30th, submit you ideas to info@apogaea.com. The final theme will be voted on by Team Ignition. We thank you for your participation.

Call Out: Officer Elections Open

Now that we have our three-year term Board members elected, it’s time to elect OFFICERS (President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary). All Officer positions are one year.  Please find details on job requirements near the end of this post. Board Members are distinct from officer positions. It is not required that the President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary […]

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Welcome the Apogaea 2013 Board of Directors

  The votes are in and counted. Fifty four Ignition members voted. Joining us for Apogaea 2013 planning, please welcome our three newest members of the Apogaea Board of Directors: Michael Jay Yancey Steve Merager Matt ‘Duney Dan’ Clinton Thank you to our outgoing board members, all three of which completed their full 3 year […]

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