Something exciting is happening in the heart of Central City, CO: the opening of the new venue, The Scarlet, located at 130 Main Street. On Friday, Oct 14, the 7 Healing Stars Oneness Center, Colorado Concerts and Feyline present international musical performers Govinda and Kaminanda and Special Guests, and features an art installation by Denver-based artist Dorothy Tanner.

Each event at The Scarlet will offer Hypnotherapy, Reiki, yoga, and massage, and feature live painters. Refreshments include healthy snacks, cold-pressed organic juices, kombucha, beer, Colorado wine, and expresso coffee. The event is from 8 pm to 3 am. Pre-sale tickets are $20 and can be purchased online at: For more information, call 720-333-6209.

An hour’s drive from Denver and adjacent to the City of Black Hawk, The Scarlet, a former casino which had been vacant for the past 10 years, will be hosting music concerts, keynote speakers, forums, conventions, workshops, retreats and world-renowned artists.

Downstairs at The Scarlet, Dorothy Tanner’s the Lumonics Mind Spa can be utilized for relaxation and meditation, utilizing the benefits of light and sound and multi-sensory stimulation on one’s well-being. The Mind Spa is available to everyone on event nights, and includes a pyramid installation equipped with special goggles in which you close your eyes to see colors and shapes created by your own mind.

The 4 floors of The Scarlet are a work in progress by Dorothy Tanner, who began the installation downstairs with the mind spa, hanging luminal wall sculptures by her late husband, Mel Tanner (1925-2003) and includes some of the early light sculptures co-created by The Tanners. Additional Lumonics atmospherics and video are created by Tanner/Billard (Tanner Studio associate, Marc Billard).

The Oct. 14 event at The Scarlet coincides with the upcoming exhibit of Dorothy Tanner at the Museum of Outdoor Arts (MOA) in Englewood, CO. It is a group show entitled Reinventing the Image which is opening on Saturday, Oct. 15 (reception 6pm-9pm) through Dec. 23. Dorothy’s installation is called Reinventing the Image with Light and includes many of her latest light sculptures.
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