The paintings, ranging from the 1400s through the late 1800s, tell the stories of the personalities and events that shaped a nation over the course of five centuries.
“Take your pleasure seriously,” was the motto of Charles and Ray Eames, a husband-and-wife midcentury design team.
Near life-size museum-quality reproductions of Michangelo’s ceiling frescoes in the Sistine Chapel in Rome will be exhibited at Stanley Marketplace this summer.
Dr. PJ Parmar laughs as he looks around Mango House, located in a 56,000 square foot building at 10180 E. Colfax that used to be a JC Penney’s. Mango House, now the home of six food-court style restaurants, offers ethnic dining you won’t find under one roof anywhere else in metro Denver.
From the most technologically advanced photographic analysis of the Mona Lisa ever undertaken to kid-friendly desktop catapults, life-sized “cars” and a flying machine, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science exhibit, Leonardo da Vinci: 500 Years of Genius, offers something for everyone.
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“The essence of my work is seeing people who haven’t been seen—people we might not notice,” says painter Jordan Casteel. “I want viewers to see their humanity and be empathetic. To know that everyone has a story: a past, present and future.”
The East High senior was named a 2019 Merit Winner in Songwriting by the National YoungArts Foundation in January. The Foundation selects promising young artists from a pool of applicants from 44 states.
Tucked behind the Lowry Town Center, the Eisenhower Chapel at 293 Roslyn Street is reminiscent of a Norman Rockwell painting.
Written on the Land: Ute Voices, Ute History at the History Colorado Center brings the story of Colorado’s longest continuous residents into present-day Colorado.