Get up-close and personal with top Denver-native creatives about making it in music, art and fashion this Thursday.
The Guerilla Garden Presents:
HOW TO MAKE IT IN AMERICA
3821 Unit A Steele St.
Denver, CO 80205
Jolt - The Guerilla Garden Studios & Gallery
Deca - Producer & MC
Ratha Sok - RAWH Expressions Streetwear
The Guerilla Garden is one of Denver's most creative venues. It's a collaboration of artists from various disciplines: graffiti, fine art painting, video, silk screen printmaking and sculpture. This is the space where big ideas are born...
Two years ago Jeremy Silas Ulibarri [a.k.a. Jolt] founded the Guerilla Garden and his mission statement was simple: to build a creative space where local artists could collaborate with other local artists.
Jolt accomplished this exceedingly well, making the Guerilla Garden one of Denver’s premier creative venues. He did this by leading a team of Denver’s most talented young innovators.
Deca is a producer and MC who has had a large following in Denver since his first solo release, Top of the Line Bottom Feeder during which time he was a heavy hitter in Life Crew, Denver's Hip Hop community collective. He's self-released 3 solo albums, has spent time in LA and is now performing monthly at Bowery Poetry Club in New York City where he lives.
Ratha Sok is a entrepreneur and artist. His passions quickly developed into the desire to build and manage a successful business. It wasn't until his late teenage years that Ratha was given the tools to create and grow his own company. In a few short years, Ratha has become an entrepreneur who is unafraid to take those seemingly impossible leaps in his career. He has the ability to help people discover their passions and empowers them to follow their dreams; as such, he has brought together a strong, well-rounded group of individuals that make up Rawh Expressions. Together, combined with Ratha's artistry and set of marketing and interpersonal skills, Rawh Expressions has become an asset to the community at large.
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