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Opening Reception: “Place Matters” Art Exhibit

Place Matters: An exhibition that explores real and imagined places and their role in our human experiences
Co-curated and produced by Mizel Museum and Denver Arts & Venues

Exhibit is open from October 23-December 31, 2014
Opening reception: October 23, 5:30-7:30 PM
Artist talk: November 17th, 5:30-7:30 PM

Participating Artists:
Monica Aiello
Adam Bateman
Melissa Furness
Paul Michel
Michal Ronnen Safdie

Thanks to Participating Galleries:
Space Gallery, Gildar Gallery, Plus Gallery, Svper Ordinary Gallery, Andrea Meislin Gallery



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Denver Arts Week! Free Guided Tours of Babi Yar Park

Enjoy a free guided tour of Babi Yar Park. The only one of its kind in the U.S., Denver’s Babi Yar Park memorializes the thousands of Jews, Roma, Ukrainians and others killed at the Babi Yar Ravine in Kiev, Ukraine, during the Holocaust. Bring your friends and family and experience a tour led by a professional museum educator.

Offered as part of Denver Arts Week.

RSVP for a Free Guided Tour of Babi Yar Park

Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014. Two tours available: 10 am and noon. Tours last approximately one hour, depending on group size.
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People, Place and Thing: Shadow Boxes for the Modern World

Part of the Museum’s New Potchke and Pastries Series!

Join Scott Lyon, the lead artist of the Mizel Museum’s core exhibit, for a fun evening creating your own version of his famous shadow boxes. Bring cherished mementos, photographs, etc., and receive a kit to make your own shadow box along with Scott’s original wood cut embellishments. $36, materials and pastries included.

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What on Earth?! Investigations of Human Impact on Our Home Planet

Part of the Museum’s New Potchke and Pastries Series!

Investigate our impact on Earth from the vantage point of space with cutting edge teaching artists Monica and Tyler Aiello. Explore the theory that we have entered a new geologic period, the Anthropocene, marked by human impact on Earth and its systems. Learning will be hands-on through art-making!. $36, materials and pastries included.

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