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April 25-28, 2019

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Thursday – 4.25.2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

Student Film Program

1:00 – 3:00 PM

Carbondale Rec Center
FREE for Students and Teachers
Presented by: Glenwood Orthopaedics

More information or to bring students to the festival, please contact: tracy@5pointfilm.org

 

Van Life Rally | Festival Kickoff

4:00 – 7:00 PM

Carbondale Rec Center
Wander in, open to the public
Presented by: Outdoor Research 

Help us kick off the weekend with Carbondale’s 7th Annual Van Life Rally. Check out this growing exhibition of tricked-out, live-able vehicles, and meet some new friends in the Rec Center’s back parking lot (ya, back there…)

Stop by the Chaco DIY Creation Station on the Rosybelle Bus to create your own art, jewelry, or custom creation using Chaco sandal straps and other materials. No experience necessary. All art supplies provided.

Join our partner Tincup for a special tasting of their delicious whiskey.

Food, Libation, and Tastings
Community Art-venture on Rosybelle Mobile Maker Bus
Guest Artists — Live Music by Sleepy Justice

 

Pin-Up Show—A Community Art Installation

All Weekend Long

Outdoor Research Community Lounge @ the Rec Center
Guest Artists—YOU!

Take time to share, like and post,…but not on digital platforms, that’s right, put down your phone, pick up a pencil, a pair of scissors, or bring something you already have from home (a printed photo!) to contribute to our community Pin-Up Project and Show. If you can physically pin it, tape it, glue it, write it, draw it—then you are invited to add to the large, community “bulletin board” throughout the weekend. It’s a living breathing, collective visual expression of the people who are sharing in this festival experience. And that means you. Rosybelle, the Mobil Maker Bus, will be stocked with supplies, prompts, and creative vibes!

 

Dream Project Reception

6:00 – 6:45 PM

Carbondale Rec Center | OR Community Lounge

Huge Thanks! Timbers’ Resorts, Alpine Bank, Amore Realty, Colorado Office of Film, Media & Television, POSS Architecture, 2757 Design+Build Co.

And Special Thanks to Paradise Bakery

Come meet this year’s Dream Project Recipients! Turns out following a dream involves women’s health, instruments to follow your passion, and a little rocket science…

 

Local Late-Night

10:00 PM – 12:00 AM

Batch Tasting Room

Thank your Roaring Fork Brewing Company for hosting us in your tasting room (and for fixing up some late-night, grilled cheese!), we will see you after the films!

Friday – 4.26.2019

5PT Confluence Podcast — Safety Third

11:00 AM – 12:15 PM

Thunder River Theatre
Open to the Public
Presented by: Duck Tape then Beer + Chaco

More fun than a powder day. Riskier than leaping from a mountain. Weirder than a week on the playa. Paddy O’Connell and Elizabeth Nakano take you on a wild traverse of the ideas that define the outdoor community and the stories behind them. No topic is taboo. Safety Third, ideas forged from adventure.

Special Guests: Hosts Paddy O’Connell and Elizabeth Nakano; special guests Jen Zeuner and Anne Keller (Life of Pie), Rob Prectl ((people) of water)

 

5PT Confluence Discussion — We Can Change the World, Here’s How

12:30 – 1:30 PM
Complimentary Brown Bag lunch provided

Thunder River Theatre
Open to the Public
Presented by: Gregory Packs

Hear from filmmakers, athletes, and community leaders about what motivates them to live the lives they lead, compels them to do their work in the world, and why. Join us for a lively discussion on parenting and the outdoors, finding your “tribe,” and building communities of acceptance and inclusivity.

Special Guests: Chris Kalous (moderator, The Enormocast podcast), Deva Shantay (True Nature Healing Arts), Karen Grey (Waldkinder Adventure Preschool), Jen Zeuner and Anne Keller (Life of Pie), Rory Bosio (The Movement)

 

5PT Confluence Discussion — Backbone POV: Gig Economy

2:00 – 3:30 PM

Thunder River Theatre
Open to the Public
Presented By: Backbone Media and Chaco

Join Backbone Media and Chaco for a lively discussion on the Gig Economy and how pursuing your passion and working side ‘gigs’ is the norm in modern America. Whether manifested by pursuing a passion and turning it into a professional career or side hustles like AirBnB, Lyft or Uber, the gig life is a growing part of American culture. With no age requirements and low barriers to entry, recent studies show how ‘gigs’ are rapidly growing from 34% of the current workforce.

Special Guests: Penn Newhard (moderator), Hilary Byrne and Sophie Danison (The Quiet Force), Pete McBride (Into The Canyon), Josh Weichhand (Chaco)

 

Intro to Watercolor Painting Workshop

3:45 – 5 PM

Thunder River Theatre
Presented by: Chaco
Guest Artist — Sarah Uhl

Join us for an imaginative introduction to watercolor painting. No experience necessary. All art supplies will be provided. *Limited space available for the first 10 people to show up!

 

Gallery Reception + Happy Hour

5:00 – 6:00 PM

R2 Gallery | Launchpad
Guest Artists — Will Gurley and Bobby Martin
Open to the Public
Community Partner: Carbondale Arts
Special tasting by  Tin Cup + Buckel Family Wine + Breckenridge Brewing

Carbondale Arts presents “National Parks Development” by artist Will Gurley, as well as “Settle Down In A Town Where Nothing Burns”, by artist Robert Martin, with an artist reception for both shows to the public on Friday, April 26, from 5-6pm at the R2 Gallery inside The Launchpad.

Gurley’s solo show “National Parks Development” is a parody about the development of the natural world, showing alternative uses for the National Parks, turning these national treasures into recreational and commercial facilities. The works will investigate and explore the shortcomings of modern development and humanities disregard and commodification of nature.

Martin’s solo show “Settle Down In A Town Where Nothing Burns” showcases the artist’s transition from his earlier sculptural practice to his current work with painting in a retrospective. His dioramas are carved from a variety of woods using hand and power tools. Martin’s narrative landscapes generally combine personal history, shared stories, and roadside observations.

Saturday – 4.27.2019

 

Choose Your Adventure

8:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Locations Vary
Open to the Public

  • ROARING FORK RIVER CLEANUP
  • FUN RUN
  • BIKE RIDE
  • PLEIN AIR PAINTING ON RED HILL
  • FLYFISHING CLINIC
  • RESTORATIVE MOVEMENT + MINDFULNESS

Adventure is for everyone. Let’s get out and play together!

 

21st Annual Fryingpan River Cleanup

8:30 AM – 12:00 PM

Lions Park, Basalt
Open to the Public
Community Partner: Roaring Fork Conservancy
Special thanks to Chaco

Help clean up one of the most beautiful stretches of river in the country! Volunteers of all ages welcome! Join us for a FREE breakfast before cleaning up a section of the river. Prizes for: Best of Trash, Most Toxic, Most Useful, Most Unusual Trash, and Best Photo.

PARTICIPANT INFORMATION

Breakfast and registration starts at 8:30am at Lions Park and the Midland Spur side of Basalt Town Hall. Teams of 5-6 people are arranged, assigned a section of river, and head out to clean up around 9:15am. Entries of trash for prizes must be registered at Lions Park by 11:30am. Winners will be announced at 11:45am. Must be present to win.

More details at: http://www.roaringfork.org/events/fryingpan-river-cleanup-april-27/

 

Group Run

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Runs on Red Hill and Road

Meet @ Independence Run and Hike
Open to the Public

Community Partner: Independence Run and Hike
Presented by: Jaybird
Guest Athletes: Rory Bosio, Jeff Colt, and YOU!

Come join Jaybird for a community group run up Red Hill. Experience some of the Roaring Fork Valley’s classic single track on a 4 mile loop, topping our with an iconic view of Mount Sopris. Led by local trail runners in conjunction with Jaybird and special guest, Rory Bosio, from THE MOVEMENT (screening during Friday’s film session). The group will meet at Independence Run and Hike and Dos Gringos at 9am to depart shortly thereafter.

 

Group Bike Ride

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Local Mountain Bike Trails

Meet @ Aloha Mountain Cyclery
Open to the Public

Community Partners: WhyCycles, Revel Bikes, Aloha Mountain Cyclery
Guest Athletes: Jen Zeuner, Anne Keller, and YOU!

Come join us for a community group mountain bike ride starting at Aloha Mountain Cyclery and Dos Gringos. Experience some of the Roaring Fork Valley’s classic trails. Led by local cyclists in conjunction with WhyCycles, Revel Bikes and Aloha Mountain
Cyclery and special guests, Jen Zeuner and Anne Keller, from Life of Pie (screening during Friday’s film session). The group will meet at 9am to depart shortly thereafter.

 

Plein Air Painting and Hike

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Red Hill

Meet @ Thunder River Theatre
Limited to the first 20 participants

Presented by: Chaco
Guest Artists: Sarah Uhl, and YOU!

Join Carbondale-based artist Sarah Uhl for an immersive art workshop in the great outdoors. Meet at Thunder River Theater to collect art supplies and attend an artist demo, then relocate to Red Hill (one mile from Theatre) and hike to vista points to paint with watercolors. Please come prepared to drive or bike to the Red Hill trailhead from Thunder River Theater. No experience necessary. All art supplies provided. Bring a backpack, water bottle, and blanked if you want.

 

Fly Fishing Casting Clinic

11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Carbondale Rec Center

Meet @ Rec Center Gazebo

Community Partner: Roaring Fork Valley Fishing Club

Want to learn the basics of fly fishing? Learn how to cast a rod, read water and find out what fish eat?! Come join the Roaring Fork Valley Fly Fishing Club a group of fly fisherman and women interested in promoting the sport of fly fishing through community events and classes. No experience necessary. All ages. All supplies provided.

 

5PT Confluence Conversation —Reflecting On The 5 Points: Purpose, Respect, Commitment, Humility & Balance

10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

True Nature Kiva
Open to the Public
Community Partner: True Nature Healing Arts

Come join 5Point’s Executive Director, Regna Jones and Jeremy Jenson (Adventurepreneur Playbook Podcast), and festival guests in a thoughtful and philosophical conversation about the 5 points—purpose, respect, commitment, humility, and balance, and how these align with one’s personal, professional, and spiritual life and growth. Followed by movement, mediation, and breath work with Deva Shantay.

 

Saturday | Youth Adventure Program

For the Young and Young at Heart

11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Carbondale Rec Center
Tickets: $15 | FREE < 12

Adventure is ageless.

 

Ice Cream Social & Picnic | Community Art + Activities

12:30 – 2:30 PM

Carbondale Rec Center | Outdoor Research Lounge
FREE Ice Cream
Special Thanks to Whole Foods

Put your feet up. Catch up with some friends. Enjoy delicious ice cream. Maybe, make some pin-up art. Bottom line, you are invited to come together and enjoy!

 

5Point Confluence—The Art of Business

1:00 – 2:00 PM

Thunder River Theatre
Open to the Public
Presented by: Chaco

Join us for a free-ranging panel discussion with professional artists and creatives about the business side of art. Come for insights about working for yourself and with brands, building your audience, and the tensions between creativity and commercial enterprise.

Special Guests: Becca Cahall (moderator, Duct Tape Then Beer), Will Gurley (Visual Artist & Industrial Designer for Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen), Derek Johnston (Photographer & Head of Photography Department: Colorado Mountain College), Jess Kilroy (Musician & Activist), Douglas Miles Jr. (Apache Skateboards), and Sarah Uhl (Artist & Painter)

 

Gallery Reception + Happy Hour

5:00 – 6:00 PM

Thunder River Theatre
Open to the Public
Presented by: Chaco

 

Local Late-Night

After Party | Big Air. Big Hair.

10:00 PM – 12:30 AM
Tickets: $10 at the door | FREE for Passholders

The Way Home
Guest DJ: David Kodama
Presented By: Outdoor Research
Special Thanks to: Tin Cup + Buckle Family Wine
Late-night bar menu and drink specials available!

Get your booty on the dancefloor and get down with DJ David Kodama. Come together and celebrate the moment. Costumes, big hair, and smiles all around.

Sunday – 4.28.2019

Ceremony Awards

5:00 – 5:30 PM

Best of Festival

People’s Choice

Hayden Kennedy 5Point Award

Best Cinamatography

Pure Joy

Most Inspiring

Creative Excellence

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