A Fall Preview by Gwen Gray We’ve bid adieu to summer, but fear not: fall and winter have so many creative, inspiring and invigorating cultural events coming our way that we’ll hardly give summer a parting glance. Here are eight organizations bringing us can’t-miss museum, science, and cultural events around Denver and Boulder this fall […]
An article by Gwen Gray Tucked away between the highly trafficked Flatirons hiking trails and the buzz of the University of Colorado campus is an old, imposing, stone house that the Boulder History Museum has called home for 27 years. Inside are carefully curated relics from the museum’s collection of 45,000 artifacts, as well as rotating exhibits […]
By Robin McNeil The Tesoro Cultural Center is many things. Primarily, it is one of the best organizations that I have seen devoted to preserving not only Colorado’s history, but the history of the Southwest, Spanish, early American pioneers, Mexican, Native American, African American, and early European cultures. They accomplish this with their Historic Lecture […]
by Theresa Anderson Art Students League Denver From Monday, November 4, through Saturday, November 9 (during Denver Arts Week), the Art Students League of Denver is holding an open house where members and new prospects may sit in on as many classes as they’d like FOR FREE.* Click to see the schedule of classes. […]
by Bloice Davison Some exciting events and interesting exhibits are happening now through February 24, 2013, at many metro-Denver-area museums. They include an open house, a candlelight walk, a Molly Brown-era high tea, gingerbread-house-making workshops, and much more; here are the dates, times and locations of those upcoming events and exhibits. Check them all out as […]
A preview article by Ruth Carver The Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado brings a unique mélange of tastes and flavors to audiences in the bleak midwinter...