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WELCOME Director’s Note This year’s theme is SUPER.NATURAL, celebrating the forces that are greater than us, yet can provide guidance: forces such as astrology, the occult, tarot and dreams. The last 10 years of GITNB have been pretty super natural as well. The people that show up and integrate into this process enrich our lives, and walk away enriched. The audiences give love that helps fuel the volunteer models, many of whom are stretching far outside of their comfort zone. The money that has been raised has birthed Rosybelle, our mobile maker bus and provided creative opportunity for so many youth in our valley. Ten years go by quickly when you are having fun and fun has been my experience with this show. Other words that come to mind are: creative, artistic, friendship, confidence, transformation and team work. This is not a solo experience. Thank you for making the SUPER. NATURAL so natural!

What is happening at Carbondale Arts? Our mission is Building Community Through Art and we take this seriously. Carbondale Arts (CA) has been an intrinsic part of the Carbondale community for over 44 years and we are deeply involved in issues such as affordable housing, economic development and education in our schools. Known for events like the Carbondale Mountain Fair and this show, we find ways to bring people together to keep our community thriving. Our home is The Launchpad, located in the core of the Carbondale Creative District. We share our space with Dance Initiative, The R2 Gallery, The Artique and the Betty Jane Schuss Memorial community gardens. Stay connected with us throughout the year by signing up for our newsletter or becoming a member at Use #GITNB18 on social media.

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The Faboo Designer Challenge A total of $1,000 in prize money will be awarded by Faboo. Green is the New Black designer lines are assessed by a panel of judges for the following awards: $500 for Best Overall Collection, $100 for Best Emerging Designer, $250 for Most Fashionable and $150 for Most Original. We want to thank The Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design for their participation in this show as designers, as well as all of our fabulous judges. Faboo is a woman’s clothing store, located in Basalt, and dedicated to high fashion and community. Faboo has supported this show for four years and believes that we all are beautiful creatures who deserve well-made, unique clothing to cover us!

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10 Years of Love + Creativity Green Is the New Black Fashion Extravaganza was started in 2004 by Amy Kimberly. It brought together a combination of fashion and talent with a theme of “The Fashion of Politics”. After all, it was an election year. The show continued in that vein for another year, always near Halloween, which inspired the audiences to dress up as well. The show took a break for a few years, trying to find a home and a tribe of folks to take it to the next level. That tribe appeared in 2008 and Kimberly jumped on the chance to add a sustainable fashion element to a Summer of Music concert. Shortly thereafter, the Carbondale Rec. Center opened and the rest is history. “The show that we know today really started when the Rec. Center was built,” explained Kimberly. Having the bigger venue allowed the Roaring Fork creative community to think big. It provided a larger runway and stage, a projection screen, lights and more audience. The idea behind the show

was to promote sustainability in the environment and connection to the earth through a creative process that involved design and artistry. Today it has evolved into an experience that involves dance, projection mapping and a team of creatives that utilize their talents to design a professional show of New York caliber. “In the beginning I did everything,” explained Kimberly, “from setting choreography, to finding models, to downloading images off the internet with help from Basalt High School students and projecting them as a backdrops. I even held my hand over the projector when I didn’t want the image to show. It was fairly primitive.” It did work and audiences loved it. The show took a turn in 2011 when Deborah Colley walked into the Carbondale Arts office. While the show had had some dance, Colley utilized movement to further the theme and create a connecting thread. Working with a core group of

dancers, Colley added a dimension that had been missing. Today, she is the Operations Manager of Carbondale Arts and helped start Dance Initiative, a local nonprofit dedicated to dance. In 2012, designer Laura Stover began as a model in the show, but quickly took over the reigns as overall stylist and visual artist. No longer did Kimberly need to work with old fashioned projectors and

images. The new team reached out to Alchemy Audio Visual who expanded the opportunities for expression. Stover remains a strong force in the Carbondale Arts matrix as the Design and Marketing Director. Over the 10 years, the show has worked with 600+ volunteer models, 250 designers, numerous artists, approximately 60 dancers and raised over $100,000 for arts education for youth.


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What Is Happening in the Carbondale Creative District (CCD)? The CCD is overseen by Carbondale Arts. The district is governed by a committee consisting of nonprofit, business and creative leaders. Over 200 creative businesses can be found in Carbondale. You can learn about them and all the exciting enterprises and events happening in the district at




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Big Project Update: The Rio Grande ARTway This spring, folks traveling along the Rio Grande Trail in Carbondale will notice two new parks in the works, as well as added creativity throughout the one mile stretch of the trail from Snowmass Drive to Hwy. 133. This is the Rio Grande ARTway, a creative placemaking project spearheaded by Carbondale Arts. The first park ready to go is DeRail Park, sponsored by the Carbondale Rotary Clubs. DeRail will have a focus on the railroad history, as well as a shelter and a table built by local master woodworker, Marty Schlein. Another park in the works is the Latino Folk Art Garden. It will host a story sculpture, hammocks and a mosaic table, as well as a pepper garden. This park has been helped by grants from Live Well Garfield County and the Colorado Health Foundation. Soon to come will be an arch created by a team of metal workers in the valley and designed by Olivia Pevec, as well as the Youth Art Park. This project is a great place to get involved in community. For updates go to

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THANK YOU This show is a huge production of love and energy. The models and dancers have put countless hours into rehearsals. A BIG thank you to all of them!

Special Thanks

You make our world go ’round! Brian Colley Shawn Tonozzi The Third Street Center The Town of Carbondale The Sopris Sun Eric Brendlinger and crew KDNK Radio Dos Gringos Sue Drinker Peter Gilbert Drinker Durrance Graphics Peppino’s Pizza Marble Distillery Pan and Fork Restaurant Roaring Fork Beer Company Dana Ganssle Ellis Dandelion Inn Gina Cucina Grin and Wear It Terri Ritchie


Cool Brick Studios Wagner Rents Dance Initiative Sopris Liquor & Wine Aspen Public Radio Evan Cree Alta Otto Chris Erickson Mona Lisa Fourth Dimension Angela Cuniff Model Team

Stage Design Corey Summers/ Summers Design James Gorman

Gift Bag Sponsors Gina Cucina Olga’s Organics Ruby’s Chocolates Two Leaves and a Bud Carbondale Clay Center Ruby Bukhalter Ruby Alpine Bank

Lighting Design

The CA Board

Loren Wilder

Jody Ensign Regna Jones Kat Rich Seth Goddard Elizabeth Hanke Sarah Murray Eden Keil Allyn Harvey Katy Parr Janice Barker

The Lovely Cocktail Servers Jennifer Lauckhart (Crew Leader) Kelly LeMere ALee Russel Delia Bolster Hattie Johnson Karen Grey Rebecca Segal Mallory Yacullo Melissa Elzey Vanessa Gilbert Hannah Thimsen Jessica Jones Collette Newell Wendy Stewart Vanessa Gilbert Tricia Mines Lindsay Gurley Kelly Ducharme

The Dessert Reception Thanks to all the businesses and individuals who supplied us with sweetness! Village Smithy Whole Foods Sunshine+Moons Sweet Coloradough Claude Van Horton The Creamery

Thank You to anyone we inadvertently left off this list. We appreciate everyone’s assistance in putting on this incredible event.

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The years hold so many memories especially of all the fabulous folks who have participated. The themes allow us to connect with the story and connect that story to our world. Here’s 10 years of love in a short theme overview. We’d love to hear if you have a favorite! 2009 - Green Is the New Black

Fashion Extravaganza Debut 2010 - The Rites of Spring 2011 - A World of Fashion 2012 - Back to the Future Photographers throughout this program are: Jane Bachrach, Mark Burrows, Brent Moss, Renee Ramge, Beth White and Hamilton Pevec

2013 - Myths + Legends 2014 - Down the Rabbit Hole 2015 - Underground 2016 - Transformation 2017 - SHE 2018 - Super.Natural



Special thank you to Bill Laemmel who’s the only model that has appeared in all ten shows. Wendy Stewart is a close second with nine consecutive years of participation.

Thoughtful design & personal attention through a collaborative process





F OR KIDS I N OU R COM M U NITY WWW.DANCEVALLEYDANCE.COM Join Aspen Youth Center & Stepping Stones of the Roaring Fork Valley for an all day dance party benefitting kids in our valley on April 14, 2018 at the Carbondale Rec Center. More information at

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This production takes a tribe to create. We thank all those who have dedicated so many long hours and amazing creativity to the project. Director: Amy Kimberly Director of Dance: Deborah Colley Projection Design and Stylist: Laura Stover with help from Wylie Chenoweth and Hayden Zigurs (animation); Hamilton Pevec and Rachael Gillespie (videography) Model Coordinator/Assistant Stage Manager: Pam Williams and Katie Walker Stage Manager: Regna Jones Audio Visual: Alchemy AVSC Lighting Design: Loren Wilder Projection Mapping: Evan Gaspar Set Logistics & Design: Corey Summers, James Gorman, Loren Wilder

Hair and Makeup Stylists: Brittany Sutherland (Glow Skin Therapy); Jessi Hinker, Jenna Wano & Julie Metalo (Jul Beauty); Lance Diehl, Nathan Stowe, Danielle Masias, Jessica Wurtsmith and Mikela Bealka (Lance Michael Salon); Molly Douglas and Peter Wampler (Narcissus Salon); Brittany Marin; Corina Jones; Kayla Burrell; Nicole Nelson; Lily Nichols.


Music/DJ: Josh Paigen Wardrobe Mistress: Kether Axelrod, Laura Meyers Videography: Drinker Durrance Graphics Box Office Coordinator: Alta Otto Libations Manager: Evan Cree and Shawn Tonozzi Dessert Reception: Kristen Levey Designer Challenge Judges: Shelly Safir Marolt, Melanie Finan, Darlene Ritz, Katrina Byers Cocktail Crew Coordinator: Jennifer Laukhart

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PROGRAM PRE SHOW: SOPRIS SOARERS Choreographers: Stacy Everson & Carrie Vickers Aerialists: Liza Mitchell, Carrie Vickers, Jenna Wirtz, Sue Van Horton, Devon Blanke Music: In The Beginning by Desert Dwellers, Elements by Lindsey Sterling, Isle Of Skye by Welder, Crystallize by Lindsey Sterling, mixed by DJ Paper

THE ECLIPSE Choreographer: Meagan Londy Shapiro Dancers: Alexandra Jerkunica, Becca Rogers, Carolyn Yates, Deborah Colley, Jennifer Campbell, Meagan Londy Shapiro, Megan Janssen Aerialists: Jacqui & Elyssa Edgerly Projections: Editing by Laura Stover Music: Interlude by Yosi Horikawa, The Canyon Wants To Hear C Sharp by Andrew Bird, Monster by Caravan of Thieves, and other sound effects mixed and edited by Deborah Colley Designers: Spirit Walkers by Mary Hertert, Foxy Moron Apparel × Larkspur Deane, Akomplice, StreetLore



Choreographer: Carolyn Yates Dancers: Alexandra Jerkunica, Jennifer Campbell, Becca Rogers Aerialists: Jacqui & Elyssa Edgerly Projections: Animations by Wylie Chenoweth. Editing by Laura Stover Music: Critical Pressure - part ii by Ran Bagno, Stars by Yosi Horikawa, edited by Deborah Colley Designers: Maria Rodina, Carbondale Mystics by Robert’s Re-Creations, Morgan Walsh Studio, The Palm of the Goddess by Isabelle DeLise and Stella Doble, Zzyzx Couture for Explored Exposure

THE OCCULT Choreographer: Deborah Colley Dancers: Elizabeth Tolan, Ian Oeser, Deborah Colley, Becca Rogers, Megan Janssen, Meagan Londy Shapiro Projections: Videography by Rachael Gillespie, Hamilton Pevec and Laura Stover. Editing by Laura Stover. Music: A Witch Stole Sam & Banished by Mark Korven, Wrap Your Arms Around Me by The Knife, and other sound effects mixed and edited by Deborah Colley Special thanks: to Becca Shank (model), Maria Rodina (production

Don’t have time to shop after the show? Check out our Designer Trunk Sale at The Birds Nest Gallery in Aspen on Saturday, March 10 from 2-5 p.m. The Birds Nest Gallery is located at 409 S. Hunter Street in Aspen. Featured designers are: DCR Studios, Maria Rodina and Kendra Lizotte.

assistant) and Meghan Gillespie (witch’s headdress) Designers: Native Moon by Ironic Native Dilemma and Brother Josie,


SOPRIS THEATRE COMPANY Season Producers Connie & Jim Calaway


Book by Joe Masteroff, based on the play by John Van Druten and Stories by Christopher Isherwood Music by John Kander • Lyr ic s by Fred Ebb D I R E C T E D





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FABOO, Studio Rand, The Curtain Project by Irene Skupsky, No Refuse by Nikki and Rob Miller, Rachael Gillespie with Jewelry by Adam & Taylor, Laura Stover



TAROT & THE TWINS Choreographer: Carolyn Yates Dancers: Alexandra Jerkunica & Carolyn Yates Projections: Editing by Laura Stover Music: Letter by Yosi Horikawa, edited by Meagan Shapiro Special thanks: Tanell Lavendar (costume alterations)

Designers: The Fourth Dimension Men's Apparel & Accessories with Shields by Lucy Roginski and Shoes by 5028, Designs By M, Mona Lisa with headdress by Alexandria Basso, Kendra Lizotte, Late for Breakfast, Stratify by Thomas Mack, Arcana by Ananda Banc & Dena Barnes


Improvisation Choreography & Dancer: Deborah Colley Projections: Laura Stover with Animations by Wylie Chenoweth Music: U lisi by Laboratorium Piesni, Critical Pressure - part i by Ran Bagno, edited by Deborah Colley Special Thanks: Chris Erickson (box construction) Designers: L’FINA field + forest, Autumn Teneyl Designs, Elisabethan With Jewelry From Refinery, Threads and Alchemy by Kathryn Griest and Sarah Peterson with accessories by The Cirque Cyclery, A Cautionary Tail by Sherman Chastity Couture

DREAMS Choreographer: Dana Ganssle Ellis Dancers: Alexandra Jerkunica, Becca Rogers, Carolyn Yates, Deborah Colley, Jennifer Campbell, Megan Janssen, Meagan Londy Shapiro, Ian Oeser, Hamilton Pevec Projections: Animations by Hayden Zigurs. Videography by Hamilton Pevec and Laura Stover. Editing by Laura Stover. Music: Evocation & Mana by Ran Bagno, edited by Deborah Colley Special thanks: Deborah Colley (model) and Maria Rodina (production assistant).


Designers: All the Things You Love to Hate, AVL Designs, VictoryMae by Amanda Simmons, Jan Eagers, MDFashions - Aspen, DCR Studios

TOTALITY & LIGHT Choreographer: Meagan Londy Shapiro Dancers: Alexandra Jerkunica, Becca Rogers, Carolyn Yates, Deborah Colley, Jennifer Campbell, Megan Janssen, Meagan Londy Shapiro Aerialists: Jacqui & Elyssa Edgerly Projections: Editing by Laura Stover Music: Toms by Ran Bagno, The Canyon Wants To Hear C Sharp by Andrew Bird, Amazing Grace by SoundFORMovement, Starlings by Yosi Horikawa, mixed and edited by Deborah Colley in collaboration with Meagan Londy Shapiro





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DESIGNERS (listed in order by scene)


THE ECLIPSE Spirit Walkers by Mary Hertert

Mary Hertert supported by Spirit Moves Art, Scavenger Designs at 13 Moons Ranch, Carbondale, CO.

Foxy Moron Apparel × Larkspur Deane

This line has been inspired by Marie Antoinette and Vivienne Westwood--a blend of Pop meets Rococo. Wear Art Be Art.


Akomplice is an art movement. We are characterized solely by the love inherent in each individual moment. Our philosophy is simple: Evolution Through Innovation.


StreetLore tells a story! It is uniquely designed urban wear that is versatile and in vogue, bridging the gap between vintage and modern day.


One of a kind, made-to-order clothing and unique designs. Quality craftsmanship, unique designs and hand embellishments.

Carbondale Mystics by Robert’s Re-Creations

A magical reinterpretation of the elements made sustainably.

Morgan Walsh Studio

Using the ancient traditions of felting, sewing and metalsmithing with sustainable/recycled materials, Morgan’s designs explore the spiritual in nature and the exuberance of being alive.

The Palm of the Goddess by Isabelle DeLise and Stella Doble

Studio Rand | 720.308.0105

Zzyzx Couture for Explored Exposure

The Curtain Project by Irene Skupsky

Willow, string, found objects, wires, feather, stone. Darkness, light, shadow, balance. Contrast, color, magic, movement.

Pieces created out of up cycled clothing structures and recycled cardstock paper. Studio Rand specializes in ceramics, photography, and other sculptural design works.

Janelle Pietrzak is a designer, and fashion/fine art photographer. The headdresses are original and the garments were created using custom and repurposed items.

I am a proud native Coloradan and a current student at Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design focusing on modest fashion.

No Refuse by Nikki and Rob Miller

THE OCCULT Native Moon by

Ironic Dilemma and Brother Josie

Clothing and accessories made with the environment in mind.


FABOO sells unique, flattering, comfortable European and domestic designs. Our goal is to promote personal styling and honesty in dressing women of any body shape focusing on the best quality and affordable pricing.

8 million tons of plastic are dumped into our oceans yearly. How can we change it? This question drives us to make unique fashion from the unconventional.

Rachael Gillespie with Jewelry by Adam & Taylor

The line is a mix of jumpsuits, jackets, and lingerie. Using new and recycled scraps of velvet, naturally dyed fabrics, leather, and upholstery fabric.

Laura Stover 132 Midland Ave, Basalt

Participating in the Trunk Sale i the show on Friday and Saturda


Late for Breakfast

With an essence of mystical and a mix of sweaters. I have created a sustainable line made 100% from old sweaters!

Stratify by Thomas Mack

One-off upcycled denim creations locally thrifted, handcrafted, and designed for the streets. Instagram: @thomasmackdesigns

Arcana by Ananda Banc & Dena Barnes

TAROT & THE TWINS The Fourth Dimension Mens Apparel & Accessories with Shields by Lucy Roginski and Shoes by 5028

Located in Glenwood Springs. Locally sourced and mindfully produced clothing. We set the bar for progressive evolution in men’s fashion and accessories.

Designs By M

Unique handmade art presented in clothing.

Mona Lisa

Mona Lisa Ladies Unique Boutique serving you since 1998 something for everybody, all occasions and more.

Kendra Lizotte

Kendra is a local artist and clothes designer with interests lying with re-purposing vintage fabrics of all kinds.

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Ananda Banc and Dena Barnes have teamed up this year to create a line inspired by the major arcana cards of the tarot. This line is made from up-cycled materials sourced from thrift shops, donations and their lifelong collection.

PHENOMENA L’FINA field + forest

The comfort of Nature & Farmers: Eucalyptus, Beech, Hemp, Silk, Merino, Cork Oak. From Nature … Beautiful Style … Healthy We … Happy Me.

A Cautionary Tail by Sherman Chastity Couture Designed to protect and defy, Sherman's elegant figureskimming, steel-constructed body armor becomes an eye-opening response to sexual harassment in a misaligned culture.

DREAMS All the Things You Love to Hate

Designed and created by Delia Rose Bolster

AVL Designs

AVL Designs presents "Cocktail Hour", a collaboration between Anna Vo and Haley Long that aims to create unique, chic pieces from up-cycled fabrics.

VictoryMae by Amanda Simmons

VictoryMae is a upcycle textile company. Our focus is vintage and antique garments, bead and ribbon work from around the world. |

Autumn Teneyl Designs

Jan Eagers

Eco chic fashion for the bohemian woman. Handmade in Denver, Colorado.

Elisabethan With Jewelry From Refinery We’re crazy about recycling! Since 1996, we’ve been making exceptional garments from all of the post-consumer fabric we can get our eager little mitts on.

Threads and Alchemy by Kathryn Griest and Sarah Peterson with accessories by The Cirque Cyclery

Using reclaimed fabric, this team has created a line inspired by Spanish design with a dash of punk that evolves with shifting elements.

Patternmaking is a very powerful tool to utilize to achieve ZERO FABRIC WASTE. Additionally choosing a precious fiber insures increased garment longevity.

MDFashions - Aspen

Michelle Dunn (MDFashionsAspen) works locally in beautiful Colorado creating apparel, jewelry, and artwork. Striving to donate to charity with a love for giving back.

DCR Studios

Fashion is a celebration. Artwork in this collection by Juliette O’Brill.



Alexandra Jerkunica Becca Rogers Carolyn Yates Deborah Colley Jennifer Campbell Munn Meagan Londy Shapiro Megan Janssen Ian Oeser Elizabeth Tolan Hamilton Pevec


Elyssa Edgerly Jacqui Edgerly Liza Mitchell Carrie Vickers Jenna Wirtz Sue Van Horton Devon Blanke

Adam Lavender Ali O’Neal Allison Murnane Amy Wittenberg Angela Anderson Anna Abdelaal Bill Laemmel Bill Shepherd Caroline Iles Carrie Vickers Christine Helling Cyndi Heckman Dålene Barton Deborah Colley Dena Barnes Drake Timroth Emily Marshall Gregory Albrecht

Hannah Mink Jennifer Johnson Jenny Bouchet Jim Harris Jonathan Nicolodi Justice Bouchet Karina Mendoza Kat Rich Katie Alderson Katy Parr Laura Stover Lisa Manzano Liza Mitchell Lizzy Love Madalyn Buchanan Maria Sabljak Marina Skiles Marissa Meinema

Michael Gorman Morgan Troy Neely Natalie Rae Fuller Nick Forbes Nikki Miller Patti Sundermann Paul Kimpling Paul McQueeney Rachael Gillespie Robert Weinhold Salvador Cruz Sarah Overbeck Shannon Collins Stephanie DiBacco Sue Van Horton Terry Jo Kearns Tanell Lavender




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