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Art on the Corner (AOTC) is a year-round outdoor sculpture exhibit displayed in Downtown Grand Junction and is one of the first of its kind in the country. The display is free to the public and includes more than 100 sculptures in a variety of mediums and styles. Established in 1984 by local sculptor, Dave Davis, Art on the Corner has become a cultural icon in Downtown Grand Junction. The program has been recognized and mimicked in communities across...
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As Mesa County Libraries 970West Studio Artist in Residence, Jessica Scriver created illustrations using an encaustic etching technique. The illustrations tell the story of a baby yak that is adopted by a new family and remembers her mother in the cycle of fiber production.
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This collection contains videos that Mesa County Library produced for RMPBS Arts District. Arts District, Rocky Mountain PBS' award-winning half-hour arts and culture series, features local and national artists in pursuit of their artistic passions. All videos can also be found on the RMPBS website.
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A Podcast created by and about Mesa County Libraries. Local events, library happenings and staff curated topics are discussed!
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Join local Colorado poet Al Albrethson as he reads selections of his cowboy poetry.
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Crossing the Divide: The Official Podcast counters a media culture fixated on urbanism as a voice for the Intermountain West, a region consisting of predominantly rural communities and defined by open space, sweeping vistas, big skies and natural wonder. As your guide over the Divide, Gretchen Reist elevates Western voices of the past, present and future who are dedicated to overcoming the unique challenges of life in this boundless stretch...
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Mesa County Libraries 970West Digital Collection visually captures the unique aspects of life in western Colorado. The pieces presented in this fine are collection are curated, owned and displayed by Mesa County Libraries.
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Mesa County Libraries 970West Digital Collection visually captures the unique aspects of life in western Colorado. A favorite pastime of many outdoor enthusiasts, from the novice to the expert fisherman, fly fishing involves skill not only in the river, but also the detailed craftsmanship of flies thoughtfully, specifically constructed for particular fish, seasons, and conditions. This collection features the art of the fly, and features the work...
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The Mesa County Oral History Project began as a joint project of the Museums of Western Colorado and Mesa County Libraries (MCL) in 1975. The Oral History Project collected tape-recorded interviews with pioneers of Mesa County and surrounding areas, and interviews with the children of pioneers. The Central Library housed the duplicate audio cassettes and provided patron access to the histories. The Museum stored the master tapes and kept files and...
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Audiobook of More Musings of a Barrio Sack Boy by Dr. L. Luis Lopez, read by the author. L. Luis Lopez's fourth collection of poems returns to the barrio in Albuquerque where the author grew up in the 1940's and 1950's. Each poem is a glimpse into the neighborhood characters who came and went from the small supermarket where he worked as a 'sack boy'. With great simplicity the poems move from remembered description into small but vital illuminations...
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Audiobook of Musings of a Barrio Sack Boy by Dr. L. Luis Lopez, read by the author. A book of poetry written primarily in English but with some poems in Spanish and Spanglish. The poems describe people and situations in the author's neighborhood in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Often humorous.
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Studio Lounge is a recorded performance featuring local musicians playing at MCL's 970West Studio. Local musicians are invited to play original songs live in the studio, which the library records and stores in the digital archive for library patrons to view on demand.
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Veterans Remember is an ongoing project that seeks to collect and document the memories, thoughts, and experiences of U.S. military veterans who live in Mesa County. The project begins with World War II veterans, and over time, as more interviews are collected, they will be added to this video collection.