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Are You an Artist?


The Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) in Denver recently announced a plan to offer self-declared artists complimentary memberships. This could prove vital to artists creating in the Denver metropolitan area. Contemporary art is to artists what groundbreaking research is to scientists. An opportunity... Read More ⇒

It's that time of year again...


Alright everyone. Now that we are beyond the candy and costumes, it is time for the most wonderful time of the year.  It's Denver Arts Week! That magical week that comes once a year, bringing artistic joy. This year, the arts and cultural merriment will last November 6-14. It all starts... Read More ⇒

City Park Jazz begins its summer concert series!


City Park Jazz, a Denver-based nonprofit organization, is now in its 29th season of free concerts in the park! Through June, July and August, Sunday concerts at Denver’s City Park will be held at the bandstand by the Pavilion. Concerts take place from 6-8 PM, rain or shine. The artists and... Read More ⇒

Denver Botanic Garden’s New Summer Exhibit is Open


The Denver Botanic Gardens hosts a summer artist exhibit with sculptures in the garden. Last year’s exhibit was the wildly successful Chihuly. This year’s anticipated summer is exhibit is now open! Deborah Butterfield: the nature of horses opened on May 23. Many people will recognize her... Read More ⇒

Explore the Outdoors at the Bluff Lake Nature Center


Bluff Lake Nature Center is the largest wildlife refuge in Denver, offering four distinct habitats on 123 acres: grasslands, wetlands, forest, and the lake. The area has a diversity of wildlife that is rarely found so close to urban areas of Colorado. Visitors can walk and jog on trails while... Read More ⇒

Joan Miró at the Denver Art Museum


The Denver Art Museum opened an exciting new exhibit this week titled Joan Miró: Instinct and Imagination. Miró (1893-1983) is a Catalan artist who grew up in Barcelona, Spain. His work includes paintings, sculpture and drawings, and is often linked to Surrealism. This exhibition of... Read More ⇒

41st Annual Denver March Powwow is One Week Away!


On the weekend of March 20-22, the Denver March Powwow will be held at the Denver Coliseum. This exciting event features competing dancers and drum groups, and will also have tribal storytelling, hip hop presentations, booths that sell authentic American Indian arts and crafts, and delicious Fry... Read More ⇒

Visit Museo de las Americas’ New Spring Exhibit and Monthly Events


Museo de las Americas, in collaboration with The History of Colorado Center, presents their spring exhibit, CHICANO. The exhibit features art produced from the Chicano Movimiento in the 1970s. Featured artists include: Carlos Fresquez, Delilah Montoya, Daniel Salazar and Francisco Zamora. Chicano... Read More ⇒

Clyfford Still Museum Offers Free Fridays in 2015


Clyfford Still Museum Offers Free Fridays in 2015   In appreciation of the citizens who support the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SFCD), and in the spirit of community engagement, the Museum will offer free admission on select days throughout the year. This year,... Read More ⇒

2015 Free Days at SCFD Organizations


2015 Free Days at SCFD Organizations One special feature of SCFD organizations is the ability to offer free or reduced price days throughout the year. Every month there is a free day offered at an organization (sometimes more than one!). The biggest organizations, the Denver Art Museum, Denver... Read More ⇒

SCFD Organizations Host New Year’s Celebrations for Kids!


SCFD Organizations Host New Year’s Celebrations for Kids! The Children’s Museum and WOW! Museum are both hosting daytime New Year’s Eve celebrations that start early, so that kids can celebrate the New Year too. WOW! is hosting two daytime celebrations on December 31 that include... Read More ⇒

Museum of Contemporary Art’s New Exhibit Opens This Week


Museum of Contemporary Art’s New Exhibit Opens This Week A new six month exhibit that will be located throughout the entire building of MCA Denver is opening this Thursday. “Myopia” by Mark Mothersbaugh, best known for being a musician in the band Devo, features his art from the... Read More ⇒

Happening Now: Biennial of the Americas


Downtown Denver celebrates North, Central, and South America is this invigorating festival from July 16 through September 2, 2013. Highlights of the celebration include public symposiums, clinicas, dynamic cultural programs, events, and exhibitions.  For more information on the plethora of... Read More ⇒

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