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Boulder Theater, May 6: Titans of Tech Panel; yoga teacher John Friend; Top Chef Hosea Rosenberg; music via Paper Bird @ “Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis.”
On Wednesday, May 6th, elephantjournal.com’s “Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis” at the historic Boulder Theater is honored to host Top Chef Hosea Rosenberg, famous yoga teacher John Friend, Titans of New Tech including Gwen Bell (bio), Jeffrey Kalmikoff of Threadless, Brad Feld, Micah Baldwin of Lijit; music by Paper Bird.
Please note: due to scheduling, Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche will not be present.
In addition to our capacity crowd of 750, “Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis” (see promo from recent show here) is broadcast via the elephant journal website (http://www.elephantjournal.com), and featured on YouTube, Waylon’s column on Huffington Post, Vimeo as well as the VIP guests’ web sites themselves. In the past, Waylon has interviewed such luminaries as Dr. Deepak Chopra, Alice Walker, Dr. Andrew Weil, Richard Freeman, Rabbi Zalman Shalomi-Schacter, Anne Waldman, John Perkins (Confessions of an Economic Hit Man), Byron Katie, Seane Corn, Bill McKibben, Paul Hawken, Treehugger’s Graham Hill, Chris Sharma, Sharon Salzberg, Natalie Goldberg, Robert Thurman (see video here from last show) and Amy Goodman and featured music with Flogging Molly, The Motet and Nawang Khechog.
“Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis” includes an EcoExpo before and an afterparty. Interludes include a dance via Boulder Ballet,an “ecofashion” show featuring prAna, videos via Mito Media, music with Cara Baker and our resident “Paul Schaffer,” DJ Camren Von Davis. Ecofashion show: styling courtesy Urban Pearl Salon and (eco) makeup courtesy Jen Murphy. Our set is provided by Ryan Batch of DWR. Videos and video production by Alex King and Mito Media.
Update: Great post via gwenbell.com, one of our featured Titans of Tech.
Update: Even the makeup at our ecofashion show is green:
Afterglow Cosmetics Featured at Eco-Fashion Show in Boulder, CO
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Boulder, Colorado is going green. On Wednesday, May 6th at 6:00 p.m., ElephantJournal.com’s “Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis” will be held at the historic Boulder Theater. The event will include appearances by America’s Top Chef, Hosea Rosenberg, renowned yoga teacher, John Friend among many other notable names. “Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis” will include an eco-expo, before and after party, music and much more entertainment with the highlight of the evening being an eco-fashion show courtesy of prAna with makeup by top makeup artist, Jen Murphy. Showcased on all of the models will be the bio-active, organic make-up line, Afterglow Cosmetics.
“You can’t really have a green, eco-fashion show using anything other than Afterglow Cosmetics”, says Boulder make-up artist, Jen Murphy. “Afterglow is the cleanest organic makeup line available that actually performs on a professional level.”
In collaboration with Urban Pearl Salon, who will be doing hair, Jen Murphy will be creating makeup for all of the models that evening using only Afterglow Cosmetics. Kristin Adams, founder of Afterglow Cosmetics is proud to have her line featured on the models. Kristin Adams says, “Eco-Fashion is about sustainable beauty on every level. We work hard to formulate the cleanest, bio-active makeup available and are excited to celebrate environmentally conscious beauty at the ‘Walk the Talk Show’.”
Afterglow Cosmetics offers a full line of bio-active, organic infused make-up. The company was founded in 2004 by Kristin Adams, who pledges to create products that respect women’s bodies and the earth. Afterglow Cosmetics’ complete line of organic make-up is hypo-allergenic and non-comedogenic. As an early signer for The Breast Cancer Fund’s ‘Campaign for Safe Cosmetics’, Afterglow Cosmetics’ are always paraben free, phthalate free, bismuth oxychloride free, nano free, perfume free, mercury free, gluten free, soy free and talc free. Afterglow Cosmetics are made manufactured in the USA and are cruelty free certified by PETA and Leaping Bunny.
For more information contact: Leila Belcher at leilaljbpublicrelations.com / 1.303.345.1805
Update: In a salute to “the mindful life,” Boulder ArtDistrict will perform “Roll Out.” A meandering spectacle in honor of alternative transportation, this lively traveling performance piece will grace the alleys, sidewalks, and bike lanes of downtown Boulder, proclaiming the commencement of elephantjournal.com’s “Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis” featuring Top Chef Hosea Rosenberg, John Friend, Paper Bird, Brad Feld, Threadless and Boulder Ballet. ArtDistrict offers this participatory artwork as a playful means by which to engage the community in dialogue and reflection regarding our nonsensical dependence on motor vehicles.
ArtDistrict will also install “Good TV,” a site-specific work setting the stage for “Walk the Talk.”
Sponsoring “Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis” at Boulder Theater, May 6
We would like to invite you to be a part of this exciting event.
There are several sponsorship levels at which your business may participate, each with its own price structure—and benefits:
1st tier sponsorship: $1,000
1. Table and banner at event (table is $200 value)
2. Thanked publicly at the event
3. Inclusion of eco-friendly materials in VIP/Guest schwag bag
4. 2 VIP tickets (with Walk the Talk Show’s featured guests)
5. Logo (and link, where applicable) displayed prominently on all publicity
(dedicated ads in Onion and elephantjournal.com, ad listings in all other local papers, flyers, custom posters, email blasts)
6. Banner at Boulder Theater with 800 in attendance
7. Logo placement at beginning of four distinct videos, which will be viewed thousands upon thousands of times on Huffington Post, elephantjournal.com, vimeo and youtube for all eternity
8. Sponsor name on marquee and ticket
2nd tier sponsorship: $500 includes the first six of the above list.
Table space alone: $150 ($100 for nonprofits).
If any of these seem beyond what you are able to do, we are happy to discuss options—we hope to keep our events accessible and inclusive. We sincerely hope you will take advantage of this opportunity. You may contact myself, our staff and publisher Waylon Lewis at [email protected] I look forward to hearing from you.
Todd Mayville – Coordinator