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!
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.
SUNDAY, MARCH 25 – Muriel Bloch, one of France’s greatest Jewish storytellers comes direct from the Grand Boulevards of Paris to dazzle our adult audience with treasures from her magnificent and eclectic eye into the shtetls of Europe to the steppes of Mongolia. This program is in partnership with Rabbi Severine Sokol and Neal Sokol. […]
Volunteer Docents Needed Outgoing individuals with an interest in art, culture and education are invited to become volunteer docents for the Mizel Museum’s new exhibit. Docents are non-paid community members who will meet and greet visitors and be available to answer questions and lead short tours. They will be trained by one of the Museum’s […]
SEE THOMAS FRIEDMAN
to see New York Times Columnist
and Pulitzer Prize Winning Author
Sunday, October 26, 2014
Seawell Grand Ballroom, Denver, CO
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