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Art, Innovation, and the Power of the Sun

July 20th, 2021|

Paul Soldner loved the sun. The pioneering ceramist, teacher, founder of Anderson Ranch Arts Center, inventor (of Soldner pottery equipment, among a dozen patents), and self-taught green builder employed the sun’s power, energy, light, and symmetry in both his artwork and in the design and construction of his home [...]

Green Gigs: How a Performing Arts Center Can Be Net Zero

May 13th, 2021|

The Contemporary, currently a work in progress, will be Colorado's most energy-efficient and lowest carbon-emitting performing arts center. It was a near miss and chance encounter that started The Arts Campus at Willits on its Path to Zero. But as the arts organization winds up construction on its [...]

Full Throttle Ahead for Father-son E-sled Team

April 7th, 2021|

Greg and Connor Hoffman have been spending a lot of time in their garage lately. But not on your average father-son garage project. On a Sunday in early February, Connor, a Basalt High School sophomore, was painstakingly placing hundreds of battery cells into a large, slotted container. It was [...]

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