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Fun for the Fourth!

2016-06-24

We are in full summer swing! As always in Colorado, I find there is too much to do. Between the farmer’s markets, summer concerts, hikes, and more, it is easy to miss an enjoyable summer activity. So here is a (small) list of what is coming up amongst our SCFD organizations for Independence... Read More ⇒


It's that time of year again...

2015-11-06

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 ⇒


Denver Art Museum Now Free for Kids

2015-03-26

This week, the Denver Art Museum announced that general admission for visitors ages 18 and under will be free every day! “Free for Kids” will also include free youth group and field trip visits and include a new transportation fund for these trips. All special exhibits will be $5 for... Read More ⇒


Joan Miró at the Denver Art Museum

2015-03-24

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 ⇒


2015 Free Days at SCFD Organizations

2014-12-23

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 ⇒


Donation to the Denver Art Museum that puts Denver on the Map

Megan Garn | 2014-01-14

The Denver Art Museum just announced that it has received their largest donation ever today, from a man named Frederic C. Hamilton. Hamilton, a pioneer in America’s oil industry in the late 1960s, not only serves as Chairman of the Hamilton Companies he helped create, but also serves as the... Read More ⇒


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... Read More ⇒


Georgia O'Keeffe opens at the Denver Art Museum Sunday!

Erica | 2013-02-08

The Denver Art Museum is on a roll! Last fall audiences were thrilled by Becoming Van Gogh and now this spring DAM will wow audiences once again with Georgia O'Keeffe in New Mexico: Architecture, Katsinam, and the Land.  O'Keefe is typically known for large format flora representations, but... Read More ⇒

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