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Take in Some Art... For Free!

2013-04-02

The arts give us insight to beauty, form, and expression of emotion, and our own inner creativity-  and this weekend admission is free to two of the Denver metropolitan area's best art museums!  Mark your calenders- both the Denver Art Museum and the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art have free free admission this Saturday, April 6.

Currently on view at the Denver Art Museum is Georgia O’Keefe’s in New Mexico: Architecture, Katsinam, and the Land, which showcases the artists works produced in New Mexico.  The Denver Art Museum will be open from 10am to 5pm Saturday. While your there, check out the Canaletto painting recently found in the museum's storage.  Don't forget to visit the museums expansive collection of native american and western art.  

For something a little less conventional and a little more quirky visit the Museum of Broken Relationships on view at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (BMoCA).  The museum is open from 11am to 5pm and is always free on Saturdays!

IMG_0975Image courtesy of the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art

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