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Denver Arts & Venues Releases Reports on Denver’s Creative Economy and Colorado Music Industry: Reports Show Initial Impacts of the COVID-19 Crisis
Aug 10 -
Denver Arts & Venues, in partnership with Colorado State University, today announced the release of two reports related to the effects of the COVID-19 crisis on Denver’s creative industry: 2020 City of Denver Creative Economy Report with Initial Impacts of the COVID-19 Crisis, and, along with Colorado Creative Industries, Initial Impacts of the COVID-19 Crisis on the Music Industry in Colorado and the Denver Metropolitan Region.
Jul 28 - Venues
Denver Arts & Venues, together with 10 local fitness studios and cultural arts organizations, presents a diverse lineup of classes includes dance, cardio, boot camp, high-intensity interval training, meditation and sound healing, barre, yoga and more.
Denver Arts & Venues Presents How to Be an Anti-Racist Organization - Part of the IMAGINE 2020 Speaker Series
Jul 27 - Events & Programs
Denver Arts & Venues, in conjunction with Bonfils-Stanton Foundation and The Equity Project LLC, is pleased to present IMAGINE 2020 Speaker Series: How to be an Anti-Racist Organization, a virtual panel discussion taking place Monday, Aug. 3, 1-2:30 p.m.
Denver Arts & Venues Announces 2020 Youth One Book, One Denver Selection: A past favorite returns with a film adaptation coming soon
Jul 13 - Events & Programs
Denver Arts & Venues is pleased to announce the 2020 Youth One Book, One Denver (YOBOD) selection, bringing back a favorite from years past. “Upside-Down Magic” published by Scholastic, Inc, from hit authors Sarah Mlynowski, Lauren Myracle and Emily Jenkins, chronicles the misadventures of nine-year-old Nory and her oddball friends, who prove that upside-down magic definitely beats right side up. The book also reinforces that not only is it okay to be different, but that we can also celebrate those differences.
Jun 30 - Venues
A hallmark of Colorado summers for many includes a visit to Red Rocks Amphitheatre, which will once again play host to the eighth season of Yoga on the Rocks, a new Quarantine 15 Challenge fitness series and the return of SnowShape. The amphitheatre has also launched a brand-new website and mobile app for a world-class digital experience featuring original content with prominent artists.
Denver Public Art Seeks Qualified Colorado Artists for Multiple Public Art Projects at Carpio-Sanguinette Park / Heron Pond
Jun 30 - Denver Public Art
The City of Denver’s Public Art Program seeks to commission one or more Colorado artists or artist teams to create original works of art for the Carpio-Sanguinette Park / Heron Pond. The total public art budget for the park is $250,000 USD, and the art selection panel would like to commission several works of art with individual budgets of between $50,000 and $125,000. Qualifications will be accepted through Monday, July 27, 11:59 p.m.
Jun 5 -
In times like these, we look to artists, creatives and cultural workers to help us grieve and express the range of emotion that comes with addressing injustice. We count on artists to process our communities’ heartbreak, heal our collective wounds, voice the inequities we witness, and create a hopeful vision for a better world. We look to our artists to create spaces where healing can happen.
May 19 - Denver Public Art
The City of Denver’s Public Art Program seeks to commission a Colorado artist or artist team working with sound and/or light for the High Line Canal Underpass at South Parker Road and East Mississippi Avenue in the Washington Virginia Vale Neighborhood. The budget for this commission is $50,000 and qualifications will be accepted through Monday, June 22, 11:59 p.m.
Five Points Jazz Festival Announces Virtual Festival this May, in Partnership with Rocky Mountain Public Media
Apr 29 - Events & Programs
Denver Arts & Venues is pleased to announce a partnership with Rocky Mountain Public Media (Rocky Mountain PBS, KUVO JAZZ and THE DROP) to present the Five Points Jazz Festival virtually on TV, radio and online in lieu of the annual day-long event in Denver’s historic Five Points neighborhood.
Apr 27 -
The Denver Commission on Cultural Affairs (DCCA) is seeking candidates for open commission positions to oversee the 1% for public art program, serve as trustees of Denver’s cultural plan, IMAGINE 2020, advise on arts and cultural issues and act as ambassadors to the community.
Mar 16 - Venues
All events at City-owned venues, including Red Rocks Amphitheatre (and Visitor Center), Denver Coliseum, Colorado Convention Center, Bellco Theatre, Denver Performing Arts Complex and the McNichols Civic Center Building, have been suspended through June 1. Additionally, McNichols Civic Center Building will be closed to the public through June 1.
Se han suspendido hasta el 26 de mayo todos los eventos en lugares de propiedad de la municipalidad de Denver, incluyendo el Anfiteatro Red Rocks (y su Centro de Visitantes), el Coliseo de Denver, el Centro de Convenciones de Colorado, el Complejo de Artes Escénicas de Denver y el Edificio del Centro Cívico McNichols. Además, el edificio del Centro Cívico McNichols también permanecerá cerrado al público hasta el 1 de Junio.
Las entradas para espectáculos cancelados se reembolsarán en el punto de compra.
Mar 5 - Denver Public Art
The City of Denver’s Public Art Program seeks to commission an artist or artist team to create a signature work of art for the future improved Riverfront Open Space along the South Platte River at the National Western Center (NWC) campus in Denver.
This project presents an opportunity to enhance the experience for visitors to the Riverfront Open Space. The selection panel seeks a sculptural or architecturally-integrated artwork that demonstrates an authentic connection between people and the South Platte River and tells the story of the area - historically, agriculturally, socially and ecologically.
Mar 5 -
The Denver County Cultural Council is seeking applicants with active community involvement at the neighborhood level and professional, volunteer or advocatory experience in an art, cultural, scientific or historical organization. Applicants should have a citywide perspective and be willing to commit at least 15 to 20 hours per month to the cultural council during the annual grant application review period, from April through June.
Jan 31 -
The City and County of Denver is pleased to announce an open call for three new Denver Public Art commissions. Projects total nearly $900,000 in funding.
Jan 13 - Events & Programs
Applications are now being accepted for food trucks, food tents, nonprofit booths, corporate booths, artisans, sponsorships and premium vendor spaces for the 2020 Five Points Jazz Festival May 16.