Immersive Espresso

Quick Shots of Stimulating Content

Like everyone else, Denver Immersive had to change plans during the pandemic. With our events cancelled and our community looking for ways to make a difference, we started a new online format we called IMMERSIVE ESPRESSO. The goal of each Espresso event was to present a diverse set of ideas in a short format. We loved the format so much, we have added it as a permanent format to the Immersive Denver content offerings. Enjoy a shot of Espresso!

Space Like Never Before was a live discussion about access to space for immersive art and entertainment. Guests in this episode were Jason Shepherd and Tim Sack of, a web service that helps connect people to short term commercial space.

Going Virtual. We interview Kahlil Ashanti of about shifting business models as immersive performers go online.

Portland Rain was conceived and performed at the 2020 Denver Fringe Fest. Join creators and collaborators Christopher Robin Donaldson and Maggy Stacy in this talkback interview about their performance. Portland Rain is available onine: Password: 734

Creativity for the Common Good explores wow to develop and run exciting, interactive public performances that activate around important community issues with Evan Weissman of Warm Cookies of the Revolution

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For professionals, emerging artists and producers, and students interested in learning more about immersive. We publish resources, info about talks and networking events, open calls and opportunities, and more to help make the landscape of Colorado immersive a more equitable place.