Showing posts with label Dan Harlan. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Dan Harlan. Show all posts

05 October 2014

Dave Attwood interviews Dan Harlan

From Screencast:
DAS-September 24th, 2014 Dan Harlan 
This week Dan Harlan joins Dave and Angel and talks about his early start on stage, his contribution to the elastic band magic and his latest project, revamping, revising and modernizing the classic Tarbel Course In Magic for the new generation of magicians.

Read more and listen to interview.

31 March 2013

Rounding the Western rings in April

Confirm details about dates and locations by visiting each club's website.  


CityClubEvent(s)
Calgary, ABRing 66 (Calgary Magic Circle, Les Brocklesby Ring)Dan Harlan lecture
Edmonton, ABEdmonton Magic Club- n/a
Winnipeg, MBThe Magic Club of WinnipegDan Harlan lecture
- A Family Day of Magic
Vancouver, BCRing 92 (Vancouver Magic Circle)- n/a
Vancouver, BCSAM 95  (Carl Hemeon Assembly)- n/a
Victoria, BCRing 183 (Victoria Magic Circle)   - Annual General Meeting
 
Please leave a comment or e-mail me about corrections or omissions.

12 March 2013

Winnipeg: Dan Harlan lecture

From Magic Manitoba:
Apr 18
Dan Harlan Lecture
Read more.
 
I had the pleasure of seeing Dan lecture a number of years ago, in the basement of a North York deli.  I still remember the moment he had me make the final tear in his demonstration of Starcle.  Very magical!  And despite the "inscription" on the cover of his lecture notes, I have referred to them often!

06 February 2012

Toronto: Dan Harlan lecture

From Morrissey Magic:
Dan Harlan Lecture March 28th 8PM 2012

World Famous for his Unique Magical Creations, Dan Harlan travels the globe performing and teaching incredible magic. One of the most innovative modern magicians, Harlan’s cutting-edge miracles are coveted by discerning connoisseurs of fine magic done well.

Read more and buy your tickets.
I had the pleasure of seeing Dan lecture a number of years ago, in the basement of a North York deli.  I still remember the moment he had me make the final tear in his demonstration of Starcle.  Very magical!  And despite the "inscription" on the cover of his lecture notes, I have referred to them often!