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May 2 - Venues
Denver Arts & Venues is pleased to announce summer art exhibitions at McNichols Civic Center Building.
Leang Seckon: Prophecy (first floor, through May 31)
Electric Chaco (first floor, July 17-28)
Translating the Building (first floor, Aug. 2-25)
Making Faces (Boettcher Cultural Pavilion, second floor, through Aug. 25)
Of Places and Spaces (third floor, through Aug. 25)
McNichols Civic Center Building spring exhibitions showcase Colorado photographers, Denver Fashion Week
Jan 29 - Venues
Denver Arts & Venues is pleased to announce two new art exhibitions at McNichols Civic Center Building.
Dec 28 - Venues
Following the successful programming of the Breaking Barriers Festival during Deaf Heritage Month in September, Denver Arts & Venues, The Denver Office of Sign Language Services and ImaginASL are pleased to present Beethoven’s Nightmare at Studio Loft in Ellie Caulkins Opera House Friday, Jan. 4, 7:30 p.m.
May 8 - Venues
Colorado’s most famous outdoor venue, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, announces today that Stranahan’s® Rocky Mountain Single Malt Whiskey has been named the “Official Whiskey of Red Rocks Amphitheatre” in a partnership that will provide exclusive marketing rights at the world-famous entertainment site and national historic landmark.
Mar 21 - Venues
A new music hall, rehearsal and recording space, commercial development, expanded retail, and an arts high school campus are elements of a redevelopment vision for the performing arts complex presented by Mayor Michael B. Hancock and Denver Arts & Venues Thursday. The vision, dubbed “The Next Stage,” was delivered by
Aug 20 - Venues
McNichols Civic Center Building will close its doors for construction on Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015 as the building prepares for operational upgrades as well as implementing a new front courtyard offering better connectivity to Civic Center Park and universal access to the building. Arts & Venues staff will vacate the
Aug 4 - Venues
Red Rocks Park and the Mount Morrison Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camp today were designated National Historic Landmarks by the National Park Service and Department of the Interior. The designation recognizes sites that possess exceptional value and quality in illustrating or interpreting the heritage of the United States.