An arty party not to miss! Art & Soul is the ASLD annual gala, with live music, food, battling artist demonstrations, drinks and interesting people! Proceeds benefit the programming and community of the Art Students League of Denver.
Art Students League of Denver 200 Grant Street Denver, CO 80203
Magnolia Street Art Space Grand Opening and "Emerge" Pop-up Art Exhibit POSTPONED (see below)
Grand Opening Celebration: Friday January 12 from 6 - 9 pm
Pop-up Exhibit Dates: January 11 - 27, 2018
Postponement of Magnolia Street Art Space Grand Opening
Due to unforeseen construction delays, the Magnolia Street Art Space Grand Opening has been cancelled for January 12, 2018, and will be postponed for now. We are in the process of resolving the delays and will send out a new press release once we have been able to reschedule the event.
About the Magnolia Street Art Space Grand Opening
A grand opening celebration is planned for the new Magnolia Street Art Space! The space is finished, artists are getting settled in and a pop-up exhibit, entitled "Emerge," representing work from more than 20 artists will be part of the celebration. There will be food, music and fun! Don't miss this great opportunity to view some fantastic art and to take a look at this beautiful new art space.
About "Emerge," an invitational group pop-up exhibit
"Emerge," the pop-up exhibit that will be a part of the Grand Opening celebration is being curated by former Ice Cube Gallery members Karen Roehl and Ron Gerbrandt. It will display a diverse collection of art by local artists including: Kevin Weckbach, Richard Rodriguez, Elizabeth Rouland, Larry Pritchard, Kate Woestemeyer, Tiffiny Wine, Dustin Hardgrove, Vanessa Garcia, Clyde Steadman, Michael Gadlin, Stephanie Hartshorn, Karen Roehl, Ron Gerbrandt, Susie Hyer, Ann Gargotto, Andrea Kemp, Terri Bell, Jon Koenigsberg, Julie Anna Lewis, Terrell Tumlinson and Josh Frye.
Tour with local muralist Josiah Lopez up and down Santa Fe Art District to discover the rich history embedded in between the streets. First meet at Museo de las Americas for the final walk-through of Las Hadas exhibition to say good-bye to the vibrant and energizing work.
Museo de las Americas 861 Santa Fe Drive Denver, CO 80204 303.571.4401 http://museo.org
Meet other local female artists, but instead of TELLING us what kind of artist you are… SHOW us! Bring your dancing shoes, your monologues, your paintings or photographs, or even your guitar and have 1-2 minutes to highlight your work among community supporters and future collaborators. What:
About Athena Project
Athena Project is a professional group of artists dedicated to supporting and expanding women's artistic contributions to the Denver stage and the wider community. Athena envisions a world where women’s voices are powerfully expressed and recognized for artistic merit in the community. Athena Project's mission is to empower women and strengthen the Denver community through developing and showcasing women and girls' artistic contributions, while inviting new audiences into the creative process. Each Spring, Athena Project produces an Arts Festival that includes theatre, dance and music highlighting the contributions of women artists. In the Fall, we produce a Premiere Production which is selected from one of the plays workshopped during the Festival. Girls Create, is our summer intensive where we highlight various art forms in a week long camp culminating in a final performance to be shared with friends, family, and the public. This program empowers girls to lead and effect change in themselves and others through creative learning. Rounding out our annual events are Pop Up music, dance, fashion and theatre performances around the city as well as Visual Art Shows.
Art Students League of Denver 200 Grant Street Denver, Colorado 80203 303.778.6990
Not to toot our own horn but, this season of Black Sheep Friday is going to be absolute bananas. That's right. B.A.N.A.N.A.S. You're going to learn everything you never knew you've always wanted to know. And do everything you never knew you've always wanted to do. We're talking magic making, Spanish curse words, X-rated crafts, evil spirit thwarting and, wait for it, Hibachi.
Block 7 Arts is conveniently located just south east of Alameda & Wadsworth at 445 S Saulsbury St in Lakewood's Belmar Shopping District. There is free parking in the garage with entrances on both the north and south end of the block as well as paid parking on the street.