This is my 2nd year to play in Beet Street’s Streetmosphere Program that puts artists in the midst of the crowds throughout Old Town Fort Collins. And wow, it has grown!
|Link to Fort Collins Life-Times|
|Dulci-Bro, photo by Tim Van Schmidt|
Beth Flowers, Beet Street’s director, said the numbers match my experience: “Our interns are doing counts of people and interactions. Well over 100,000 people have stopped and interacted with Streetmosphere artists this summer!”
Local artist, Tim Van Schmidt, stopped by last night and snapped this photo, including it in his Fort Collins Life-Times, “more news-less paper” site. Click my picture and it check-out.
|Streetmosphere 2010, photo by Kaitlin Winter-Eulberg|
|Sandwich Board at each location|
Tim is a gifted poet and award-winning visual artist who is drawn to music and landscapes and has posted what has caught his eye in Fort Collins. He also writes insightful and thoughtful reviews about his experiences in musical venues.
I have one more slot this weekend–1-4 pm Sunday afternoon beside Ingredient (SW corner of Mountain and College Avenue.) If you’re in the neighborhood, come on by. If not, take a look at the links above and the photos here and you’ll get some of the flavor.
|2010 Mugs’ corner|
|2010 Austin’s Corner, photo by John Drege|
|Galax Mountain Dulcimer, Cache Bank corner 2010 photo by Kaitlin Winter-Eulberg|