Chit Chat: Controversial Art & Bees
February 12, 2019 | 7:00 PM
GOCA Education Studio
Dan Boyd (UCCS Senior VAPA major) & Kristin Heggem (Landscape Architect)
Dan Boyd will talk about a controversial art exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, and Kristin Heggem will chat all about bees. Sure to be a sweet and salty mashup!
ChitChat is a series of mash-up talks on contemporary culture and DIY topics. Each program features two speakers, hands-on and participatory learning, and a whole lot of lively conversation. This program sparks diverse discussions on contemporary life-specifically in the Pikes Peak Region-and features some of the most interesting minds in Colorado Springs. We are in our 5th season of this popular series; join us and reserve your seat today!
ChitChat tickets include snacks + beverages, two speakers, lively conversation, and more fun than you can shake a stick at.
About the Speakers
Dan Boyd is a senior theatre major at UCCS. He has performed all over the United States in places such as San Diego, New York, Boston, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Philadelphia. He also recently directed Romeo & Juliet here at UCCS. He is currently the Senator of the Arts in the Student Government Association. As the Senator of the Arts, he is a proud member of the GOCA Advisory Board, Theatreworks Advisory Board, and Ent Center Programming Board. After graduating in May, he plans to attend Grad School for a Masters in Arts Administration.
Kristin Heggem is a landscape architect, specializing in residential landscape design. She established her business, KHLA, in 1990 and has completed over 400 projects. Most are in Colorado, but also in California, Connecticut, Delaware and Hawaii. She’s a member of the national professional society, ASLA, and is licensed to practice in Colorado and California. She has received the distinguished ASLA Honor award and more recently, the 2018 HBA “Best Outdoor Entertaining Space”. Her projects have also been published in Trends Home & Architecture magazine and Colorado Patio & Landscape magazine. Kristin is an enthusiastic gardener and certiﬁed backyard beekeeper, and is a member of Pike’s Peak Beekeepers Association.