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Coming Soon: “From Dead Serious to Great Fun”, Month of Photography Features

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 […]

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Get Creative with our Charmed: Create! Workshops

These Sunday afternoon workshops enable adults to engage in hands-on art making and discussions led by distinguished teaching artists. We will focus on the theme of The Power of Place as a way to jumpstart your creativity and ability to innovate in your professional and personal life. Click for more!

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Denver Collects: Behind the Scenes of Art Appreciation and Collecting

Join us for this series of approachable and engaging programs focused on art appreciation and collecting. At the end of the series, you’ll have a better understanding of how to interact with art, how to seek out artwork that speaks to you and how to start an art collection – one piece at a time.

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Miryam Brand Holocaust Education Film Project

Miryam Brand Holocaust Education Film Project

OCTOBER 15-17 – Traveling to Denver area schools in October, The Last Flight of Petr Ginz is a film about an extraordinary young Jewish boy from Prague who perished in the Holocaust. The film is in large part based on Petr’s diary, which was mysteriously discovered 60 years after it was written. Dr. Terry Hynes, […]

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