McNichols Civic Center Building opens two Summer exhibitions with new installment of McNichols Project

Jun 23 2017

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McNichols Civic Center Building is pleased to announce two new exhibitions opening Friday, June 30, 7:30 p.m. at McNichols Project: The Wild West Project.

McNichols Project: The Wild West Project
Denver Arts & Venues, in partnership with Two Parts, brings the second installment of the 2017 McNichols Project Series. Each event in the 2017 three-part series will explore a different era. The June 30 event celebrates culture of Wild West via frontier-inspired drinks, food, music and decor. The McNichols Project promises a unique event where old west grit meets with new west flash. Tickets are $30 and on sale at

Second Floor Exhibit (Boettcher Cultural Pavilion): Diversity in the Wild West: Buffalo Bill Posters
Through August 27
2017 marks the 100-year anniversary of William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody’s death in Denver. In honor of this centenary, Denver Arts & Venues highlights the diversity in his Wild West shows by borrowing from the poster collection of the Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave in Golden.

Third Floor Exhibit: Inclusion: Diverse Voices of the Modern West
Through August 27
In this exhibition, Denver artist Rochelle Johnson has brought together a group of Colorado artists to explore themes of complex connections of racial identity through artistic expression. Underrepresented in the mainstream art scene, the diversity of these artists shows what true inclusion can look like.

Visitors may also view the exhibitions Saturdays and Sundays, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at no cost. 

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