Wordhorde - Creation and Presentation of Spoken and Written Word

Courses

Wordhorde is a group of students who enjoy the creation and presentation of spoken and written word. Troupe members have majors ranging from communication to graphic design or from business to psychology. Our troupe travels across the state of Colorado performing in towns such as Carbondale and at local coffee shops in the Gunnison area.  Wordhorde hosts multiple events in a variety of venues. We have annual semester events, including a Halloween party, and host well known poets like Kenneth Arkind and Buddy Wakefield. We enjoy new faces and the more the merrier!  Feel free to contact us through our president to find out more information or ask any questions.

Participation is open to anyone who wants to join in the celebration.

Co-Presidents: Jennifer Cirkovic  and Brett Nielsen

​Vice President: Jay Ytell

 

Faculty AdvisorDouglas Jones

Upcoming Events

Fall 2016 WordHorde Schedule

All Welcome!

For open-mic nights: Bring poetry, fiction, or nonfiction. Deliver a theatrical piece, or some music. For five minutes the mic is yours. Or, just sit back and get inspired. (Click on names of one of the officers above to send an email to check on final locations.)

 

SEPTEMBER

1. Th, September 1: Open-mic (location TBA). 7 p.m.

2. September 28: Open-mic (location TBA). 7 p.m.

 

OCTOBER

1. October 13: Open-mic (location TBA). 7 p.m.

2. Th, October 27: Halloween Masque Fundraiser (location TBA). 7 p.m.

 

NOVEMBER

1. W, November 16: Annual Fall Slam @ Gunnison Arts Center. 7 p.m.

 

 

 

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