Athena Project is collaborating with Center for Colorado Women’s History to bring a fun, especially curated mobile art event to help celebrate Women’s Equality Day on August 26. The event will kick off with a private breakfast at Center for Colorado Women’s History and we will travel with artists and audiences to the following locations.Athena Project is collaborating with Center for Colorado Women’s History to bring a fun, especially curated mobile art event to help celebrate Women’s Equality Day on August 26. The event will kick off with a private breakfast at Center for Colorado Women’s History and we will travel with artists and audiences to the following locations.
Women’s Equality Day Schedule:
9:00am – Speakers at Center for Colorado Women’s History (CCWH) (private event) 1310 Bannock St, Denver, CO 80204
9:30am – Wendy Woo performs a song at CCWH
10:15am – Meg York Quartet perform at History Colorado (open to the public) 1200 N Broadway, Denver, CO 80203
10:45am – Wendy Woo performs at Molly Brown House (open to the public) 1340 Pennsylvania St, Denver, CO 80203
11:30am – Erica Brown and the Cast Iron Queens perform at Civic Center Greek Amphitheatre/Civic Center Eats until noon (open to the public)
“Our Mission is to showcase the richness and diversity of our tapestry of talents! If being moved is your goal, the Cast Iron Queens are your vehicle!”
“The Cast Iron Queens is the realization of an idea that has always been close to Erica’s heart. The Cast Iron Queens is a vibrant, joyful expression of American Music.”
Meg’s quartet today features her dear friend Tahra (TAH rah EEE sah), her lovely partner Eric (KOH nig), and her son, Arthur Lefebure (LEFF Ah Bure … rhymes with Pure). These performers love eastern melodies and global grooves, and believe that music and dance build bridges from the past to the future by basking in the present. You’re invited to clap or cheer after a tasty solo passage, or move around to the music! You can find out more at You can find out more at www.megyork.com. Thank you!
Meg York is a multi-instrumentalist based in Lakewood. Her music is featured in 5 Rhythms Dance in New York, Warner Brothers and Independent films, and David Taylor’s Zikr Dance Atash soundtrack. Yo Yo Ma’s 2019 Refugee tour. Meg performed in Tony Award winning play Indecent at Denver Center for the Performing Arts, and directs the Tarab Retreat.
As Colorado’s music scene has exploded over the past few years, one of its mainstays has been Wendy Woo. Her energetic personality, musical skills, and spirited songwriting have made her a media and fan favorite. The Wendy Woo Band is a Colorado favorite. WWB is a poly-ethnic, power pop, song-rock, 6 piece band with sweet vocal harmonies and shuddering grooves.