Angie Dickinson Mickle

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Angie started her recording career in 1983 as an assistant engineer at Pierce Arrow Recorders in Evanston Illinois after studying Sound Engineering at Columbia College Chicago under legendary engineer Malcolm Chisholm. Angie worked as an announcer at several radio stations before starting Avocado Productions in 1986. Over the years, through Avocado Productions, Angie has offered audio services from Music Production and Tracking, Audio Transfer and Restoration (specializing in Wire Recordings), Studio and Location recording, and more recently as a Stage Tech and Live FOH engineer for Naropa University and the Colorado Chautauqua Auditorium among others. She has consulted for several churches, has been guest lecturer at University of Colorado Denver and has been a guest artist/consultant at The Denver School of the Arts. She has also been involved in several live theater productions, both in Illinois and Colorado. Angie is a member of Association for Recorded Sound Collections, where she services on the Technical Committee. She is a member of AES and Soundgirls, and a former member of The Recording Academy (Grammys).

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Naropa Campuses Closed on Friday, March 15, 2024

Due to adverse weather conditions, all Naropa campuses will be closed Friday, March 15, 2024.  All classes that require a physical presence on campus will be canceled. All online and low-residency programs are to meet as scheduled.

Based on the current weather forecast, the Healing with the Ancestors Talk & Breeze of Simplicity program scheduled for Friday evening, Saturday, and Sunday will be held as planned.

Staff that do not work remotely or are scheduled to work on campus, can work remotely. Staff that routinely work remotely are expected to continue to do so.

As a reminder, notifications will be sent by e-mail and the LiveSafe app.  

Regardless of Naropa University’s decision, if you ever believe the weather conditions are unsafe, please contact your supervisor and professors.  Naropa University trusts you to make thoughtful and wise decisions based on the conditions and situation in which you find yourself in.