As part of Month of Photography Denver’s biennial celebration of fine art photography, Mizel Museum, Denver Arts & Venues, and the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) presents, From Dead Serious to Great Fun. The exhibition, featuring the photography of Philippe Halsman and current members of ASMP, will be curated at McNichols Civic Center Building […]
Coming soon to McNichols Civic Center Building!
December 24 8:00 pm at the Mercury Cafe
On view October 23 – December 31
Join Hal Aqua and the Lost Tribe, singer/songwriter Rabbi Joe Black and special guest Sandra Wong at the Fourth Annual Christmas Eve Klezfest at the Mercury Cafe, 2199 California St, Denver. Wednesday December 24th at 8:00. Doors open at 7:00.
Learn to paint at the Mizel Museum Tuesdays and Wednesdays. There’s an artist in all of us. Discover yours with help from Boris Shoshensky, professional artist, professor and resident art instructor at the Mizel Museum. All skill levels are welcomed. Bring a friend and paint together! Click for info.
The Mizel Museum is excited to present The Power of Place, a universal theme for people of all backgrounds, with particular significance within Jewish culture. Programming includes: Thomas Friedman, a new Museum display, a new exhibit tour, an art exhibit downtown, and essay contest and more!
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