This month: 1) The Urban Farm to Host Open House/Free Admission Day; 2) Denver Zoo Celebrates Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Community; 3) Northfield HS Hosts Shark Tank-Inspired Competition, Awards $1,000 Seed Money; and 4) Combat Loneliness: Write to a Senior Citizen
Aspiring artists recognized that studying abroad was essential to their careers, says DAM’s Curator Emeritus Timothy Standring. Art schools in the U.S. weren’t as sophisticated as those in France.
The artist, Ty Gillespie, from Paonia, Colorado, says “Families, children, and housing are the essence of Central Park and my sculpture is about housing and for families.”
After three years of renovation and new construction, The Denver Art Museum will reopen to the public on October 24 with a free general admission day. Director of The Denver Art Museum, Christoph Heinrich, says, “As part of the transformation of the Martin Building, we had a once in a lifetime opportunity to rethink and rehaul each and every one of the galleries.
For centuries, people have marveled at a circle of upright stones standing on the Salisbury Plain outside of Wiltshire, England. How did the massive sandstones get there? What purpose did they serve? Who planted them? Spoiler alert: it wasn’t aliens.
Visitors shared their comments at the moment they exited the Van Gogh Alive event at Stanley Marketplace. A few chose not to comment, but all who did were enthusiastically positive about the experience.
“Can they become like us? Can an Artificial Intelligence [AI] learn to love?” These are the kinds of questions that interest John M. Campbell, Central Park resident and science fiction author.
Four months before Juneteenth was declared a national holiday, Denver City Council, on Feb. 22, 2021, unanimously voted to make it an official commemorative holiday in Denver, to be celebrated on the Saturday closest to June 19. But Juneteenth celebrations in Denver can be traced all the way back to 1953 when businessman Otha Rice, who had a bar in Five Points, started the Juneteenth tradition in Denver.
“How many planets are there with people like us looking up and wondering whether there are other planets with people like them?” asks Chuck Stout, curator for the Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum.
Roger Kahn’s “How Crested Butte Became a Tourist Town: Drugs, Sex, Sports, Arts and Social Conflict,” Zoe Argento’s “Isolation Island: A Pandemic Story,” and Kathryn Haber’s “Fear Less, Love More.”