Join us for a three-part one-day-only event opening with a performance by Laura Goldhamer, music by Chimney Choir, and a film screening of “Right to Rest” followed by a Q&A with director Sarah Megyesy.
6:00pm — Laura Goldhamer
7:00 pm — Chimney Choir
8:00 pm — Right to Rest screening
$15 — Adults
$10 — Students/ Military/ Seniors
Laura Goldhamer will be opening the night with a performance. Laura’s music is a synthesis of Americana, folk, and avant-garde and is often performed on instruments of her own invention.
“Chimney Choir combines folk harmonies, ambient electronics, and swirling textures of rhythm and melody into a style of music that is not easy to define. They began in 2011 with a guitar, banjo, mandolin, and suitcase drum and have since toured the country extensively, recorded and released five recordings, and developed layers of electronics, live looping, and percussion.”
“The Right to Rest,” is a new Denver-focused documentary, is a tribute to the people experiencing homelessness and their supporters who together built a community of tiny homes as an alternative to shelters and a step toward permanent housing.